Traditional Post and Bracket Pergolas

Traditional Post and Bracket Pergolas
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Post and Bracket Pergola No. BP12 This large and detailed structure was designed to provide significant shade while framing the beautiful fireplace as a focal point. The arches and peaked top exist in the design of the house and were incorporated into the pergola as lateral stabilizers and as a means of spanning the 18' width, respectively. The posts consist of an assembly of f...More
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Post and Bracket Pergola No. BP2 Our Classic Pergola incorporates eight simple, but elegant curved brackets, 6 x 6 posts and caps and two main beams (beams are generally the longest and largest of the structural pieces and sit on top of the posts). The 2 x 6 rafters that run perpendicular to the main beams are notched to fit over the beams. The end rafters nestle into two conne...More
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Pergola with Privacy Lattice No. BP11 This attractive pergola, a long, narrow structure, establishes a focal point for the landscape. Designed to provide privacy and a place for quite reflection, this latticed pergola was the perfect solution for our client, whose concept we help realize by working in conjunction with her contractor through 3D computer models.
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Post and Bracket Pergola No. BP7 Designed to sit atop a low stonewall this substantial pergola establishes a clearly defined, yet open, outdoor room. Special beams were made to span the 19 feet across the center of the pergola, while "T-rafters" placed 12" on center, help to create shade. The keystone arches provide an attractive framing device and aid in stabilizing this very ...More
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Post and Bracket Pergola No. BP1 This pergola structure provides a respite from the sun, while creating an architectural accent on a large expanse of patio by a pool. The primary design element is the keystoned arch that ties into the end rafters contributing to the lateral stability. At the base of each post is a plinth covering that can be used to hide attachment brackets. Th...More
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Post and Bracket Pergola No. BP3 This pergola has a traditional keystoned arch connecting the posts and supporting the end rafters. The four brackets are perfectly symmetrical with the arches and support the main beams. The sizes of the beams and rafters depend upon the span requirements, which is often dictated by the number of posts desired. This example shows a type of panel...More
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