These curve in counterpoise to the curve of the shell, enhancing the reciprocal nature of the two structures.
they see the power of Brussels as a counterpoise to that of London
the building stands in counterpoise to a Roman temple
The European Union, meanwhile, is patiently assembling the economic girth and institutional confidence to act as the leading counterpoise to Washington.
As Costello's political star rose quickly, the media needed a counterpoise .
Mr Sparrow said the site was the only green space in a largely built-up area and had, until recent ‘unsympathetic’ pruning, been a ‘green counterpoise to the surrounding buildings’.
Michelangelo, Raphael, and Titian pursued the poetics of counterpoise in their art.
From the clerical perspective, the lavish liturgical choir never received the counterpoise of an extended processional approach.
the organization sees the power of Brussels as a counterpoise to that of London
money is a good counterpoise to beauty