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Leather strips. Casa do Conto, a protuguese hotel renovations by Pedra Liquida.

A custom railing, made of oxidized steel and beeswax-coated hemp twine (to prevent fraying), that integrates a clever storage shelf.

Casa do Conto by Pedra Líquida.

Renovation of a pre-war New York townhouse by Julian King Architects, a minimalist steel handrail negotiates the transition between a floor of reclaimed brick pavers and ipe treads that float up the wall.

Name: Casa Do Conto • Year: 2012 • Architect: Fernando Guerra (FG + SG) • Location: Porto, Portugal • Description: "The House highlights Oporto’s XIX century domestic architecture, solemn and vertical, carved by the scars of a time that mediates its decline and rebirth, the memory of the past and the desire for the future, the granite stone of the old facades and the new concrete of staircases and ceilings." — "Casa Do Conto", Europa Concorsi (Retrieved: 27 April, 2014)

Clean, old v. new handrail. This likely doesn't meet a lot of building codes, though.

Casa do Conto by Pedra Líquida

A staircase in Sander Architects' Canal House features treads that were made by folding half-inch steel plate.

Accessories: Macrame Wall Hangings by Sally England in Portland, Oregon: Remodelista