Francois Swart
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Stringent building regulations didn’t cramp the designers’ style. Sharp angles, tall windows, and varied material textures left room to m...

Stringent building regulations didn’t cramp the designers’ style. Sharp angles, tall windows, and varied material textures left room to m...

Portfolio of our latest laser cut projects. - Grace & Webb - Bespoke laser cut screens and panels for luxury architectural and interior projects

Portfolio of our latest laser cut projects. - Grace & Webb - Bespoke laser cut screens and panels for luxury architectural and interior projects

Portfolio of our latest laser cut projects. - Grace & Webb - Bespoke laser cut screens and panels for luxury architectural and interior projects

Portfolio of our latest laser cut projects. - Grace & Webb - Bespoke laser cut screens and panels for luxury architectural and interior projects

My favorite edging - Steel. Its strong, bends, changes color, you can seal, paint it, takes up minimal space, can be recessed or use to create steps. My 3 recommendations, 1- dont use a thin (gage) steel because it will bend when people step on it or to thick that you cant work with it . 2nd if your budget is tight check a local metal shop, see if they have cut scrap pieces you can buy. 3rd hammer the furtherest corners of your edging to be safe.

My favorite edging - Steel. Its strong, bends, changes color, you can seal, paint it, takes up minimal space, can be recessed or use to create steps. My 3 recommendations, 1- dont use a thin (gage) steel because it will bend when people step on it or to thick that you cant work with it . 2nd if your budget is tight check a local metal shop, see if they have cut scrap pieces you can buy. 3rd hammer the furtherest corners of your edging to be safe.