The Brass Workshop manufactured a brass staircase banister with hardwood handrails to the design of Evgeny Bolotny, and installed it in an apartment building located in Kislovsky Lane, close to the Moscow Conservatory in a prestigious central neighborhood.
The staircase was designed as an exclusive element of décor to underscore the elevated status of the housing property and its residents. The architect designed the banister with a width of 16mm, which is in line with the property’s luxury status. In order to minimize the number of welding joints, the Brass Workshop made the staircase banister from sheet brass 16mm thick. All ornaments and cross-bars were cut using the water jet cutting process, and then joined by means of argon arc welding.
All parts were polished, but no patina was applied. The architect opted for the natural golden color of brass to add an extra touch of class to the exclusive apartment house.
The banister was given a nano-coat to protect it from oxidizing and finger smudges.
The handrails were manufactured from hardwood and painted the color the customer wanted.