Door Pull Handles

Door Pull Handles

Description
Description

Door Pull Handles are the types of handles that are often designed ergonomically to ease the opening and closing of a door. Door Pull Handles are designed to carry out a pulling action by the user and bring doors in the direction of the user. Door Pull Handles can be used and installed on all types of doors like cabinet doors, vehicle doors, as well as interior and exterior doors. Door Pull Handles can either carry out vertical or horizontal pulling actions. Door Pull Handles are made of a variety of materials and finishes like metal, bronze, wood, brass, and porcelain.

History
History

Pull door handles, the kind you grab and tug, have ancient roots, with early examples found in ruins from ancient civilizations. Over time, these handles transformed from mere functional pieces to ornate works of art, especially during eras like the Renaissance. As craftsmanship and materials diversified, the 18th and 19th centuries saw brass, iron, and even glass handles becoming more common. As the world modernized, these pull handles adapted, proving their enduring utility in both homes and public buildings.

Future
Future

Pull door handles are blending functionality with flair. Modern designs emphasize ergonomic shapes and striking materials, like brushed metal or sustainable wood. Many public buildings now use antimicrobial coatings on handles to reduce germ spread. There's also a trend towards minimalist and integrated designs, where handles merge seamlessly with the door. In the tech realm, some pull handles are equipped with sensors, lighting up or vibrating upon touch. As we advance, pull handles will further marry design, health, and tech, enhancing our everyday experience.

Common Questions
Common Questions
Are pull handles accessible?

Door pull handles can be more functional for some people with disabilities than twisting door handles, but it ultimately depends on the design of the handle and the needs of the individual. Pull handles can be easier for people with limited dexterity or mobility impairments to operate, as they do not require grasping and turning motions. They are also less demanding in terms of the strength, coordination and dexterity required to use them.


What is unique about a lift-up pull handle?

A lift-up pull handle is a type of door handle that is mounted on the surface of a door and can be lifted up to open the door. What makes it unique is that the handle is not attached to the door with a locking mechanism, so the door can be opened simply by lifting the handle. Additionally, it’s more accessible for people with disabilities or users with limited dexterity to operate.

Where are pull handles typically found?

Pull handles are typically used on the exterior and interior doors of commercial, industrial, and residential buildings. They can be found on entry doors, restroom doors, and office or bedroom doors. They are commonly used in a variety of settings, including homes, offices, schools, hospitals, and other public buildings to provide an easy way to open the door.

Buildings

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10.75” | 273 mm
1.38” | 35 mm
2.56” | 65 mm
1989
Alexandra Pull Handle
27.300
3.500
6.500
1989.00
0
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Alexandra Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Alexandra Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Alexandra Pull Handle
9.84” | 250 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
2.4” | 61 mm
2010
Beta Lift-Up Pull Handle
25.000
3.700
6.100
2010.00
0
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Beta Lift-Up Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Beta Lift-Up Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Beta Lift-Up Pull Handle
12.4” | 315 mm
.91” | 23 mm
2.32” | 59 mm
2006
Bios Pull Handle
31.500
2.300
5.900
2006.00
0
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Bios Pull HandleView of a Bios Pull Handle in 3D available for downloadView of a Bios Pull Handle in 3D available for download
9.06” | 230 mm
1.97” | 50 mm
2.4” | 61 mm
1972
Boma Pull Handle
23.000
5.000
6.100
1972.00
0
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Boma Pull Handle3D model of a Boma Pull Handle viewed in perspective3D model of a Boma Pull Handle viewed in perspective
12.76” | 324 mm
.94” | 24 mm
2.13” | 54 mm
2007
Diana Pull Handle
32.400
2.400
5.400
2007.00
0
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Diana Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Diana Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Diana Pull Handle
8.78” | 223 mm
1.89” | 48 mm
2.87” | 73 mm
1968
Edison Pull Handle
22.300
4.800
7.300
1968.00
0
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Edison Pull HandleView of a Edison Pull Handle in 3D available for downloadView of a Edison Pull Handle in 3D available for download
9.84” | 250 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
3.03” | 77 mm
1956
Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle
25.000
3.700
7.700
1956.00
0
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Lama Lift-Up Pull HandleView of a Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle in 3D available for downloadView of a Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle in 3D available for download
9.84” | 250 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
2.48” | 63 mm
2006
Link Lift-Up Pull Handle
25.000
3.700
6.300
2006.00
0
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3D
Link Lift-Up Pull Handle3D model of a Link Lift-Up Pull Handle viewed in perspective3D model of a Link Lift-Up Pull Handle viewed in perspective
12.8” | 325 mm
.98” | 25 mm
2.17” | 55 mm
2006
Link Pull Handle
32.500
2.500
5.500
2006.00
0
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Link Pull Handle3D model of a Link Pull Handle viewed in perspective3D model of a Link Pull Handle viewed in perspective
9.84” | 250 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
3.03” | 77 mm
2014
Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle
25.000
3.700
7.700
2014.00
0
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3D
Lotus Lift-Up Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Lotus Lift-Up Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle
9.84” | 250 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
3.03” | 77 mm
2014
Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle
25.000
3.700
7.700
2014.00
0
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Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull HandleView of a Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle in 3D available for downloadView of a Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle in 3D available for download
9.84” | 250 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
2.56” | 65 mm
2010
Planet Lift-Up Pull Handle
25.000
3.700
6.500
2010.00
0
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3D
Planet Lift-Up Pull Handle3D model of a Planet Lift-Up Pull Handle viewed in perspective3D model of a Planet Lift-Up Pull Handle viewed in perspective
7.17” | 182 mm
.83” | 21 mm
1.73” | 44 mm
2010
Planet Pull Handle
18.200
2.100
4.400
2010.00
0
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Planet Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Planet Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Planet Pull Handle
9.84” | 250 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
2.56” | 65 mm
2010
Planet Q Lift-Up Pull Handle
25.000
3.700
6.500
2010.00
0
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Planet Q Lift-Up Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Planet Q Lift-Up Pull HandlePerspective view of a 3D model of a Planet Q Lift-Up Pull Handle
8.15” | 207 mm
1.85” | 47 mm
2.09” | 53 mm
2010
Planet Q Pull Handle
20.700
4.700
5.300
2010.00
0
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Planet Q Pull HandleView of a Planet Q Pull Handle in 3D available for downloadView of a Planet Q Pull Handle in 3D available for download
9.25” | 235 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
2.68” | 68 mm
1991
Polo Lift-Up Pull Handle
23.500
3.700
6.800
1991.00
0
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Polo Lift-Up Pull HandleView of a Polo Lift-Up Pull Handle in 3D available for downloadView of a Polo Lift-Up Pull Handle in 3D available for download
6.81” | 173 mm
1.46” | 37 mm
2.68” | 68 mm
1991
Polo Short Lift-Up Pull Handle
17.300
3.700
6.800
1991.00
0
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Polo Short Lift-Up Pull Handle3D model of a Polo Short Lift-Up Pull Handle viewed in perspective3D model of a Polo Short Lift-Up Pull Handle viewed in perspective
17.52” | 445 mm
1.42” | 36 mm
2.64” | 67 mm
2003
Stilo Pull Handle
44.500
3.600
6.700
2003.00
0
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Stilo Pull Handle3D model of a Stilo Pull Handle viewed in perspective3D model of a Stilo Pull Handle viewed in perspective
Diana Pull Handle
Style and size comparison drawing of the Diana Pull Handle compared to other pull door handle designs

Whether in straight or offset versions, the Diana Pull Handle is extremely eye-catching. This is because of the square parts, clean lines that make it look expensive and high-end. It is made of brass and it has a generous size. This makes it ideal for large doors.

The Diana Pull Handle has a width of .94” (24 mm), height of 12.76” (324 mm), and depth of 2.13” (54 mm).

Set of scaled dimensioned drawings of the Diana Pull Handle viewed from the front, top and side
Whether in straight or offset versions, the Diana Pull Handle is extremely eye-catching. This is because of the square parts, clean lines that make it look expensive and high-end. It is made of brass and it has a generous size. This makes it ideal for large doors.

The Diana Pull Handle has a width of .94” (24 mm), height of 12.76” (324 mm), and depth of 2.13” (54 mm).

Set of scaled dimensioned drawings of the Diana Pull Handle viewed from the front, top and side
Diana Pull Handle
Height:
12.76” | 324 mm
Width:
.94” | 24 mm
Length:
Depth:
2.13” | 54 mm
Overall Height
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Brass
Designer
Studio Olivari
Year
2007

Drawings include:

Diana Pull Handle front elevation, side, plan, door views (front, side, plan)

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Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle
Scale illustration of the Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle compared to other pull door handles

The Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle is easily identifiable by the large lever whose frontal surface is so thin, almost the size of a blade. However, the parts are squared and not round like in the Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle. It was designed by Javier Lopez and made of brass.

The Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle has a width of 1.46” (37 mm), height of 9.84” (250 mm), and depth of 3.03” (77 mm). The combined overall height of the Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle is 11.42” (290 mm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle seen from the top and elevation views
The Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle is easily identifiable by the large lever whose frontal surface is so thin, almost the size of a blade. However, the parts are squared and not round like in the Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle. It was designed by Javier Lopez and made of brass.

The Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle has a width of 1.46” (37 mm), height of 9.84” (250 mm), and depth of 3.03” (77 mm). The combined overall height of the Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle is 11.42” (290 mm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle seen from the top and elevation views
Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle
Height:
9.84” | 250 mm
Width:
1.46” | 37 mm
Length:
Depth:
3.03” | 77 mm
Overall Height
11.42” | 290 mm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Brass
Designer
Javier Lopez
Year
2014

Drawings include:

Lotus Q Lift-Up Pull Handle front elevation, side, plan, door views (front, side, plan)

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Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle
Scale illustration of the Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle compared to other pull door handles

The Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle is made of brass and it has a generous size. The most identifiable feature is the way the lever is round and wide on one end and narrow and straight on the other. This makes it eye-catching and pleasing to touch.

The Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle has a width of 1.46” (37 mm), height of 9.84” (250 mm), and depth of 3.03” (77 mm). The combined overall height of the Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle is 11.42” (290 mm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle seen from the top and elevation views
The Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle is made of brass and it has a generous size. The most identifiable feature is the way the lever is round and wide on one end and narrow and straight on the other. This makes it eye-catching and pleasing to touch.

The Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle has a width of 1.46” (37 mm), height of 9.84” (250 mm), and depth of 3.03” (77 mm). The combined overall height of the Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle is 11.42” (290 mm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle seen from the top and elevation views
Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle
Height:
9.84” | 250 mm
Width:
1.46” | 37 mm
Length:
Depth:
3.03” | 77 mm
Overall Height
11.42” | 290 mm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Brass
Designer
Gio Ponti
Year
1956

Drawings include:

Lama Lift-Up Pull Handle front elevation, side, plan, door views (front, side, plan)

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Edison Pull Handle
Scale illustration of the Edison Pull Handle compared to other pull door handles

The way the Edison Pull Handle offsets on one end makes it look chic and expensive. It was designed by Sergio Mazza and Giuliana Gramigna and is made of brass. The parts are round. In addition, it is of perfect size (not too small and not too large).

The Edison Pull Handle has a width of 1.89” (48 mm), height of 8.78” (223 mm), and depth of 2.87” (73 mm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Edison Pull Handle seen from the top and elevation views
The way the Edison Pull Handle offsets on one end makes it look chic and expensive. It was designed by Sergio Mazza and Giuliana Gramigna and is made of brass. The parts are round. In addition, it is of perfect size (not too small and not too large).

The Edison Pull Handle has a width of 1.89” (48 mm), height of 8.78” (223 mm), and depth of 2.87” (73 mm).

Pair of dimensioned illustrations of the Edison Pull Handle seen from the top and elevation views
Edison Pull Handle
Height:
8.78” | 223 mm
Width:
1.89” | 48 mm
Length:
Depth:
2.87” | 73 mm
Overall Height
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Brass
Designer
Mazza & Gramigna
Year
1968

Drawings include:

Edison Pull Handle front elevation, side, plan, door views (front, side, plan)

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Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle
Style and size comparison drawing of the Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle compared to other pull door handle designs

What you will love in the Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle is the way the front surface of the lever is slim, almost resembling a blade, straightforward design, generous size, and sharp edges. It was designed by Javier Lopez and made of brass. The parts are round.

The Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle has a width of 1.46” (37 mm), height of 9.84” (250 mm), and depth of 3.03” (77 mm). The combined overall height of the Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle is 11.42” (290 mm).

Set of scaled dimensioned drawings of the Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle viewed from the front, top and side
What you will love in the Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle is the way the front surface of the lever is slim, almost resembling a blade, straightforward design, generous size, and sharp edges. It was designed by Javier Lopez and made of brass. The parts are round.

The Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle has a width of 1.46” (37 mm), height of 9.84” (250 mm), and depth of 3.03” (77 mm). The combined overall height of the Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle is 11.42” (290 mm).

Set of scaled dimensioned drawings of the Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle viewed from the front, top and side
Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle
Height:
9.84” | 250 mm
Width:
1.46” | 37 mm
Length:
Depth:
3.03” | 77 mm
Overall Height
11.42” | 290 mm
Weight:
Area:
Materials
Brass
Designer
Javier Lopez
Year
2014

Drawings include:

Lotus Lift-Up Pull Handle front elevation, side, plan, door views (front, side, plan)

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