Press: Seattle Magazine
"Staircase craftsmanship in the Pacific Northwest has long been a point of regional and national interest. It’s expressed in the work of the Gauge Design Group (formerly Seattle Stair & Design), which has created stairs for the homes of international celebrities as well as for high-profile commercial projects, including the Barneys New York store in downtown Seattle and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation headquarters."
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"Staircases designed by both Dekker’s and Katzoff’s companies are made using a combination of Old World processes, such as joinery (shaping different pieces to interlock with one another instead of using screws, nails or glue), modern materials, such as steel and salvaged wood, and digital fabrication techniques. The resulting sculptural masterpieces are as much works of art as they are functional structures. "
We couldn't agree more.
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