The design of these contemporary and understated railings was inspired by the clean lines of the Art Deco movement.
The railing's uprights pass through square punched
holes. This feature detailing was made by driving a punch through
the steel whilst hot.
The almost fluid metal was pushed to
the sides as the punch moved through it, creating the attractive swellings
around the holes.
This is a traditional blacksmith's way
of "drilling" holes in iron that dates back thousands of years. However, this
method was used here as a design feature within modern and contemporary railings.