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<h3>Railings by West 8 + DTAH</h3> Sure, there are cool benches, but what about rapturous railings? The Rees WaveDeck by <a href="http://www.west8.nl/projects/rees_wavedeck/">West 8</a> in downtown Toronto offers a modern take on separating visitors from

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&lt;h3&gt;Railings by West 8 + DTAH&lt;/h3&gt;

Sure, there are cool benches, but what about rapturous railings? The Rees WaveDeck by &lt;a href=&quot;http://www.west8.nl/projects/rees_wavedeck/&quot;&gt;West 8&lt;/a&gt; in downtown Toronto offers a modern take on separating visitors from
Railings by West 8 + DTAH Sure, there are cool benches, but what about rapturous railings? The Rees WaveDeck by West 8 in downtown Toronto offers a modern take on separating visitors from the water: a sleek, yet rounded, railing that doesn’t limit the views of the water and compliments the wood-heavy decks.

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