Waterfall Railing

Easton City Hall railing designed by Jim Toia in 2016.

Nicknamed “Waterfall Railing” by the citizens of Easton, PA, this new 55′ long and 68″ tall, 1/2″ thick aluminum railing articulates the elliptical opening from the first to second floor of Easton, Pennsylvania’s new City Hall. The railing was designed to pierce through the second floor cascading down almost two feet towards the first floor, addressing the Delaware River, Lehigh River and Bushkill Creek that help define Easton’s unique topography.

Toia was selected to design the railing last year. The new City Hall was designed by Spillman Farmer Architects of Bethlehem, PA. The project was led by Architect and Partner Joseph Biondo.