Frings is the handle of, for example, a drawer or a door. By its activity it invites or prevents you from opening it. The handle is a wire frame. When the wires are wound up you can open the drawer. It is then a firm handle that you can easily grasp. When it opens up, the handle grows bigger and cannot be easily used to open the drawer. When you approach the handle, it might wind up or open up: inviting or preventing you from opening the drawer. What is notable about this work is the direct relation between the behaviour of the handle and its functionality. The way it closes under your hand when you approach it is natural and very supportive behaviour.