Industrial balustrade

Industrial balustrades are a balance of finesse and rigidity.
Industrial balustrades must evince strength to survive in their environment, yet they must also possess the flexibility to respond to changes. This seeming conundrum creates dynamic tension in almost every installation. By meeting this challenge, an effective industrial balustrade crisply defines spaces while encouraging visual exploration.

Arden engineers industrial balustrades to both sustain and diffuse the energy of each setting. Arden’s compelling installations in the Motor Oztul Warehouse Offices and the South Side Industrial Warehouse Offices are excellent demonstrations of this engaging balance.

See some examples of our Industrial Balustrades

alt text goes here QIC Corporate Offices
A structure of contradiction and personality is incorporated in this industrial balustrade.
alt text goes here Worley Parsons Corporate Offices
A powerful statement of rawness and minimalisim is captured in this industrial staircase.

Design elements suiting industrial balustrades

alt text S1 - Twin plate stanchions supporting folded metal panels
Utilising folded plate as balustrade infill rather than the more common glass panel provides an opportunity to showcase the potential elegance of powder-coated or painted mild steel
alt text W4 - Winged steel blade stanchions supporting glass panels
The W4 stanchions are an implementation of a toughened glass balustrade solution incorporating the PF10/PF12 Arden system patch fittings on horizontal outriggers