Custom Wrought Iron Balcony – Jules Lavirotte Inspired Design – BAL81
- Size – any size, shape, theme
- Style – metals, design, hand carvings, etchings, decorative accents
- Finishes – over 400 colors of hand applied stains and finishes
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Custom Wrought Iron Balcony – Jules Lavirotte Inspired Design
Fine Art Custom Blacksmithing Is Not Welding
Fine Art Custom Stair Railings Are Not Pre Fab Parts, Casted or Drop Forged, Painted or Powder Coated
Custom stair hardware handcrafted at ArtFactory.com in any style and size. Request pricing on your custom stairs railings and balconies by calling 1-800-292-0008.
Built the old fashioned way
“Made in America – Built to last forever”
and craftsmen were proud to sign their work.
Jules Aimé LavirotteJules Aimé Lavirotte (March 25, 1864 in Lyon – March 1, 1929 in Paris), a French architect who is best known for the Art Nouveau buildings he created in the 7th arrondissement in Paris. The first five buildings built by Lavirotte were all in the same part of Paris, the 7th arrondissement. Three were in close proximity to each other, at 3 Square Rapp, 29 Avenue Rapp, and 12 Rue Sedillot. The first two buildings benefited from Lavirotte’s collaboration with Alexandre Bigot, a chemistry professor who imported the technology of making glazed earthenware tiles, which he had seen at the 1889 Paris Exposition. His firm provided the exterior decoration for Lavirotte’s most famous buildings, as well as for works by the other prominent art nouveau architects, Three of his buildings were awarded prizes in the Paris facade competition, which gave prizes to several buildings each year; The Lavirotte Building (1901), at 29 Avenue Rapp, his most flamboyant and famous work, known for its extravagant sculpted portal;
The Ceramic Hotel, 34 Avenue de Wagram, 8th arrondissement (1904), which also featured ceramic decoration by Bigot; and the building at 23 avenue de Messine in the 8th arrondissement (1906-1907). His last two major Paris buildings, next to each other at 23 Avenue de Messine and 6 rue de Messine, were in a more subdued style, with less flamboyant decoration, but with refined craftsmanship and sculptural ornament. They were his last art nouveau works.
Iron Stair Railings & Balusters feature:
- American hand made solid iron fine art stair railings for high end projects
- Hand applied with heat and iron oxide patina finish on all wrought iron products
- Solid hand forged metalwork hardware – no hollow iron or fake castings
- Available in any metals types, stain and patina finishes
- Built in the same hand and materials of the original craft – not reproduction
- Order any size or style hardware custom designed for your big end residential or commercial space
- Request original art or limited edition custom designed stair railings
- All custom hand forged wrought iron stairs are guaranteed forever – backed by over a century of fine craftsmanship
ArtFactory.com, an American manufacturer of fine art master forged stair railings, custom door hardware, wood doors, iron gates, and designer furniture based in Scottsdale, Arizona, and Designs by H.J. Nick, have been designing and building some of the world’s finest furnishings all hand crafted in America since 1913. Most of our clients want a furnishing that has a big WOW factor and timeless elegance. They all want investment value furnishings that makes a proper statement reflecting their personality, or the personality of the environment for which the designer custom furnishings are intended. Call us to discuss your custom stair hand railing design ideas 1-800-292-0008.