These photos are of a contemporary railing utilizing traditional Iron alloy, and with ages old method of blackening and renaissance wax. The designs also called for scale texture to be visible, which in some pieces was natural and for some pieces we had to create intentionally for it to be harmonious.
 Bottom photos are polished stainless…

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Back in the summer, Stein-Houck approached us about the possibility of incorporating Iron in this beautiful Entryway. We huddled with the contractor and door craftsmen and collaboratively came up with an aggressive schedule that would provide installation of complete entry doors in time for decorating for the holidays. All collaboration was done through CAD so…

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We are hard at work on a sleek all-glass stair project with saw tooth stringers. We went through a four-month design and engineering process to come up with this configuration to satisfy the particular needs of the client. Construction of the steel frame in our shop is well under way, as you can see from…

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The Mouse House was originally built as a carriage house around 1900. Olga Hirshorn was the widow of Joesph Hirshorn, who accumulated one of the largest art collections of the 20thcentury and whose collection filled 197,000 sq. ft. in the Hirshorn Museum in Washington, DC. Olga used the Mouse House as her pied-a-terre and fit…

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