Archive for February 2018

Join us at the Architectural Digest Show 2018! Get your tickets here!

At the Architectural Digest Show, Compass Ironworks will be showcasing great design, excellent craftsmanship, utilizing 97-100% recycled material and with a durable finish that withstands harsh elements at the shore, yet is 99.99% reclaimable and VOC free. Compass Iron Security will be providing attendees to see cutting edge technology in estate gate access control and automation.…

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Blackened “Wrought Iron” Stair with Beautiful Wood Caprail

A beautiful, flowing stair with grace, elegance and an old look and feel. The stair flows seamlessly, while the metal and wood combo gives more attention to detail, color contrast, and textures. Wood grain with a beautiful blackened metal finish give this client a stair to be remembered. All material was made of “wrought” metal,…

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Beautiful Safety Fence with a Regal View of the NYC Skyline

This new safety fence, overlooking a 100 ft. shear cliff,  does not block the panoramic view of the NYC Skyline at the phenomenal site of the  Chit Chat Diner being built in West Orange. Scheduled to open this spring, this is the second Diner from the company and will be the talk of the town…

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Join us at NJASLA 2018! February 12-13th!

On February 11, 12, and 13th, Landscape architects will convene at Harrah’s Waterfront Convention for the Annual NJASLA Convention. Three days packed with education and networking. Compass Ironworks will be providing expert education on Combating Degradation. The latest findings, methods and insiders tips on finishing metals, from classical paint techniques to contemporary bronze applications. Taking…

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The Bold Beauty of a Bronze Living Finish at the shore

An architect was designing an exceptional shore home and part of the design vision was these beautiful geometric grills, specified in solid bronze. Bronze is not an alloy that is easily welded. And because of the intricacy in design, to do mechanical fastening was virtually impossible. The other challenge was the install of these grills,…

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