Haddonstone architectural columns and pilasters are derived from the architecture of ancient Greece and Rome. Columns usually support the entablature of a portico, temple, pavilion, pergola or classical facade.
This impressive range of cast stone architectural columns, half columns, pillars and pilasters are in Corinthian, Doric, Ionic and Tuscan styles of ancient Greece and Rome.
Architectural columns, sometimes referred to as pillars, can be combined with other Haddonstone cast stone architectural elements. Usually built with an entablature, cast stone columns, half columns, pillars and pilasters from Haddonstone can be used to create porticos, temples, pergola, pavilions and follies.