• Close of of the complex bracketing system (dougong) often found in traditional Chinese Architecture.  Similar to flying buttresses, in addition to being decorative, they have an important structural function in helping to support and extend the size of the heavy tile roofs and distributing the weight more evenly onto the vertical column, since walls (with their large door/windows and thin latticework) in traditional Chinese building, were usually non-load-bearing.
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