An open string having, secured to its face, bracket-shaped pieces which appear to support the overlapping treads.
A flight of open string stairs; one with decorative brackets on the exposed outer string and under the return nosing of treads.
A projecting surface over a window or door that is supported by brackets; provides some shelter or serves as ornamentation.
See eaves bracket.
A deep cornice supported by a series of decorative brackets, often in pairs.
1. A capital extended by brackets, lessening the clear span between posts, often seen in Near Eastern, Muslim, Indian, and some Spanish architecture. 2. Same as bolster, 1.
A metal baluster whose base is bent at right angles and built into the string of a masonry stair
1. Any overhanging member projecting from a wall or other body to support a weight (such as a cornice) acting outside the wall. 2.A knee brace which connects a post or batter brace …
1. Structural elements installed to provide restraint or support (or both) to other members, so that the complete assembly forms a stable structure; may consist of knee braces, cables, …