One of the many unique and valued attributes Elmes brings to the entry door pull market is a philosophy of responding to the needs of modern space with great diversity, without sacrificing craftsmanship. Because the door handle is the part of the room that people encounter first, and each room is different in design and environment, each Elmes entry door pull is designed to be architecturally complete in itself, with the understanding that it is from there that the coordination of the entire space originates. The diversity of the Elmes range and its aesthetic attributes are simply, second to none.
Elmes was founded in 1946. While actively absorbing information regarding American and European building and design in the period after the war, the company boldly pursued advancements in manufacturing. Elmes quickly adopted materials as glass, as well as original colors, in a field of manufactured goods in which, until then, the mainstream had been single colored metals. The number of door handle items has now increased to over 2000 products without comprising on craftsmanship.
Elmes entry pull handles conveys the warmth of the creator and the Japanese traditional sense of beauty while being impacted by Western modern design.