THE NEVADA RANGE COMBINES WOOD AND STEEL TO FORM AN ORIGINAL AND NOBLE ITEM OF FURNITURE.
The collection comprises bollards which may be linked by 1.5-m long intermediary elements to create handrails.
Building flexibility enables handrails to form continuous alignments over customized distances. The metal core of the in-ground mounted uprights comes in 2 versions, either powder-coated steel or brushed stainless steel. The two wider faces are wood-covered.
The matching cycle stand offers real protection for bike frames which are in direct contact with wood.
Rounding off the range, a low rail is proposed for demarcation between grass areas and pathways. Installed in continuous form, its upward-pointing edges prevent children from attempting balancing acts.