The Pamar Gem collection, a refined interpretation of furniture handle

Handles and knobs jewel created by Giorgio Vigna for Pamar

The Pamar Gem collection, a refined interpretation of furniture handle

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Pamar considers the design, the cornerstone of its corporate identity, the fundamental element of distinction and construction of identity. Since 1990s, in fact, the company collaborates with the most prestigious names and significant global design studying and experimenting new forms, new materials and finishes to create handles and knobs for furniture strongly characterized, capable to meet in diversified and innovative way the needs of customers.

The handles of the Gem Collection

With the same strictness and passion that marked the search for Pamar in design, the company dealt with the topic of classical, proposing the Gem collection, an original and cultured interpretation of handles and knobs, valuable and precious like jewels, entrusted to the creative hand of a master of contemporary art: Giorgio Vigna. Strong and natural, universal and timeless, shapes always rich in evocative valences: the handles designed by Giorgio Vigna for Pamar call to mind lunar surface, fragments of nature and they are able to give to furniture wealth and personality.
The production hability of Pamar was tested in making serial a collection that expresses strong elements of craftsmanship. Zama has been worked like a precious metal: forged, embossed, made irregular and rough surface.  New and special finishes have been taken to add value and originality to collection and give the handles and knobs a Vintage flavour: from shaded opaque bronze to opaque pewter from old opaque silver to old opaque nickel.
Once Pamar proves to be able to grasp, anticipate and meet the needs of furniture companies that require products with a strong design content, by a sophisticated design, materials and finishing details and not last, products made entirely in Italy and totally guaranteed.

 


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