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Darcy Miro and her husband, Lars Weiss, built a four-story town house in Brooklyn. For the banisters and railings around their reading loft, they selected aluminum-magnesium Speed-Rail. They liked the “inexpensive industrial” look it provided, explains Mi

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Dean Kaufman
Originally appeared in A Look at Staircases
on February 1, 2013
Darcy Miro and her husband, Lars Weiss, built a four-story town house in Brooklyn. For the banisters and railings around their reading loft, they selected aluminum-magnesium Speed-Rail. They liked the “inexpensive industrial” look it provided, explains Mi
For the banisters and railings around the reading loft, Miro and Weiss selected aluminum-magnesium Speed-Rail. They liked the “inexpensive industrial” look it provided, explains Miro, and that it seemed “smooth, sturdy, and honest.” The system consists of lengths of pipe and prefabricated brackets that simply slip together and tighten with set screws. www.hollaender.com

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