The pilaster is an architectural component in classical architecture used to give the appearance of a supporting column and to articulate an extent of a wall, with only a decorative function. It consists of a flat surface raised from the main wall surface, usually treated as though it were a column, with a capital at the top, plinth (base) at the bottom. Pilasters often appear either side of a door frame, a window opening or corners of a building.
Pilasters are regulary used in orangery designs to give the building more architectural significance and presence. They're also useful to divide / frame what could otherwise be an ordinary run of joinery elements.
Our orangery pilasters are available in corner or face (front) variations and constructed in solid Accoya, a leading acetylated long life wood. Pilasters are available as supply only.
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