The flowing design of these bespoke and contemporary wrought iron railings was inspired by the sweeping curves seen in ironwork from the Art Nouveau period.
The only straight lines in the railings are its support posts. The flowing curves making up the railing were made by heating the steel in a blacksmiths forge then shaping it. When hot, the metal becomes malleable and can readily be forged into the bold shapes used to make these railings.
This page shows how some parts of these wrought iron railings were made.