Typically, cabinets that contain fine china have very simplistic, small door knobs (depicted below) to complement their wooden aesthetic. Often, it is difficult to wrap your fingers around this structure because of their size. Most ergonomic handles have a smooth surface with subtle grooves for your hand to settle in. Door knobs are used in standard US homes, however, they pose an issue for handicapped individuals, which is why many buildings have made a switch to lever-handle styles. Rather than focusing on making the handle form to an average hand, I chose to create a handle that had multiple lever arms for additional style.
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