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Architectural Detail: High/Low Sinuous Handrail

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Architectural Detail: High/Low Sinuous Handrail

June 13, 2011

Admired recently: sinuous wood handrails that hug the contours of the stairwell, adding an organic note to otherwise traditional spaces.

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Above: A staircase by London-based architects 6a in the South London Gallery.

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Above: Danielle de Lange of the Style Files created a similarly appealing handrail in her Netherlands home using a reclaimed branch.

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