Exclusive, premium architectural hardware collections, brought to you with traditional service, expert knowledge and passion.
“The door handle is the handshake of the building” – Juhani Pallasmaa.
Award Winning Hardware
Two Tease is proud to be Australian distributor of multi-award winning architectural hardware products. Our products are included in a range of awards, including:
The Two Tease success story
Two Tease is a traditional family business with a history deep in Australian building and interior design.
Two Tease owners combine decades of industry experience. They started the Two Tease journey in 2018, with the aim of providing specifiers with the very best in architectural hardware, expanding the choices available to those working in luxury homes and commercial properties.
In October 2018, Two Tease partnered with Jolie Handles from Belgium to bring the craftsmanship of their solid brass, sand-cast cabinet handles and accessories to Australia and New Zealand. Later that year, Two Tease signed an agreement to offer M&T door handles, crafted in solid brass and stainless steel with 15 different finishes including PVD and Titanium black.
Arrangements followed with Belgian premium pivot hinge and concealed hinge innovators Argenta and the Dutch red dot design winning door handle makers Formani. With its superior service, product knowledge and a true passion for these premium exclusive collections, Two Tease quickly became the new favourite in the architectural hardware world.
•   Exclusive premium architectural hardware collections so you can specify the finest and most unique products for your clients
•   Service – our customers are at the heart of everything we do and we support them with good, old-fashioned service and expert product knowledge
•   Product ranges that are just that little bit different – whether it’s the look and feel of solid brass or hard-wearing black PVD or titanium finishes, our hardware and accessories are on a different level from the mass-produced products found elsewhere.
“The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten” – Benjamin Franklin.