Antoni Gaudi

Batlló No. 2 Door Handle


The Batlló No. 2 is part of a collection of brass doorknobs and door handles by the late Modernist Spanish architect Antonio Gaudí. This one — which is static, with no turning mechanism — 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 No. 2 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: 1.6” W x 3.1” H x 2” projection
Materials: Brass
Fixture type: One screw
Lead time: 1 week for one piece, 6-8 weeks for multiple
Order minimum: None

Ships from: Barcelona, Spain — US customers may be charged import duties for orders over $800
Return policy: None