This contemporary wrought iron Juliet balcony was commissioned for a pair of French windows. The balcony was forged from very large
steel sections (the top
rail is 1.5" square).
The design is understated but subtly detailed. No welding was used to make the balcony. Instead,
all joinery was made with mortise and tenons
and hot punched holes, or by riveting. The finish is galvanised
steel, with an acid wash applied to give the balcony an aged look in keeping with its
surrounding brickwork and oak timber.
© 2015 David Hyde
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