With such a thirst for creativity in our architecture and design spheres, New Zealanders are always looking for innovation and flair in every aspect of their homes – even the smallest corners.
Marcel Eikenaar from Mardeco understands this better than almost anyone. As a leading supplier of architectural hardware in New Zealand, his team has worked hard to ensure architects, designers, home owners and specifiers have access to the world’s best fittings. They have gone another step further of late, introducing two new products to the market – M-Series sliding door hardware, and JNF hardware from Portugal. But what does this mean for designers?
What people look for in their hardware
Eikenaar explains that when it comes to hardware in doors, kitchens and bathrooms, there are several key elements that designers need to focus on – and that the M-Series caters for.
“Hardware is about usability in its fitting, function and the way it feels,” Eikenaar explains. “It has to feel good in the hand, so the ergonomic design and smooth elegant sliding function of the M-Series is essential.”
“It is suitable for both timber and aluminium doors, kitchens and cabinetry drawers, as well as cupboards.”