MATTHEW & KARINE MAYNARD. NASHVILLE, MAIN RAIL, 2009. FORGED, WELDED AND LATHE TURNED PIECES, HAND-FORMED LEAVES, INLAID MARBLE ACCENTS AND BURLED MAPLE COMPONENTS WITH DESIGN DETAILS DONE IN PYROGRAPHY. MILD STEEL, BRONZE, BRASS, BRAZILIAN CHERRY, BURLED MAPLE, COPPER AND MARBLE. WIRE-BRUSHED WITH CLEAR ENAMEL FINISH.
At over 160 feet in length and residing in a large space, the newel posts of this floating curved staircase were designed to be a solid trunk from which the rest of the metalwork could emerge. Surrounding elements within the home were echoed in the details, including copper, brass, stone and wood.