Our workshop really made the grade with the balustrade and handrail we had to manufacture for this project.
The intricately shaped, light and delicate spindles required a long production process. First the spindle bars were heated, then bent, then joined mechanically at an angle with the aid of specially prepared conductors. The hardest part were the handrail joints where the horizontal and inclined sections met. Every handrail twist is a real work of art. Our engineers found it impossible to work out the tortuous geometry of handrail surface twists in advance, so they did this work manually onsite, basically creating pieces of sculpture. The brass parts were satin finished and waxed.