Antoni Gaudi

Batlló Butterfly Lever Doorknob


The Batlló Butterfly Lever Doorknob is part of a collection of brass doorknobs and door handles by the late Modernist Spanish architect Antonio Gaudí. This one — which has a downward-push lever mechanism but no latching mechanism, and is sold as a set of two with connecting hardware, as shown — was originally designed between 1902 and 1910 for his celebrated constructions in Barcelona: Casa Calvet, Casa Batló, and Casa Milà, popularly known as La Pedrera. In 1978, the Spanish furniture company BD Barcelona began faithfully reproducing the series. The Batlló Butterfly is made from solid polished brass and is engraved with Gaudí's signature.

Customizations: Custom colors and finishes are available but vary in price and minimum order amount, email us to discuss

Dimensions: 2.4” W x 4.1” L x 2.3” projection (each individual handle)
Materials: Brass
Fixture type: One screw
Lead time: 1 week for one piece, 6-8 weeks for multiple
Order minimum: None
Return policy: None


Ships from: Barcelona, Spain — US customers may be charged import duties for orders over $800