The Contemporary ‘Compton’ Collection

Although people sometimes use the terms “contemporary” and “modern” architecture interchangeably, they technically are not synonymous. Modern architecture refers to the building style of the early to mid-20th century. It featured clean lines with an emphasis on function. Some people viewed the elements that characterised modern architecture as too cold and impersonal. This belief lead to the creation of the contemporary style as is recognised today. Like the modern style, it connects indoor and outdoor spaces, but it adds some personal touches and warmth throughout the living space. Our Chelsea, Compton and Wychbury suite of products, all turned or forged from premium grade solid brass includes quality door handles, door knobs and a range of other accessories, many of whcih are used as the basis for our bespoke design work due to their flexibility.