Tensile fabric structures, beautifully engineered
Architen Landrell is an organisation with an international reputation at the forefront of tensile architecture innovation. We specialise in employing the principles of structural membrane design to create landmark buildings and iconic features that provide insightful, creative and cost-effective solutions to traditional construction and fit-out design briefs.
With nearly three decades of experience in the industry, an impressive portfolio of award winning schemes and more than five thousand successful installations worldwide, our track record speaks for itself. We pride ourselves on our flexible and resourceful approach to all projects and work closely with our clients to ensure the creation of unique solutions that satisfy all criteria of any particular brief, providing the foundation of trust that is essential for the increasingly adventurous ambitions of our clients and their design teams.
As a business, we have developed a flair and professionalism in the way that we work that ensures clients return to us time and time again. Architen Landrell has consciously developed an organic identity, where the process of lightweight building is seen in its entirety from conception right through to realisation. The company brings together skills from architecture, design, engineering, project management, manufacturing, installation and maintenance to provide a complete and cohesive one-stop service.
Architen Landrell is a multi-disciplinary organisation that has the appetite, enthusiasm and professionalism to create extraordinary architecture. We believe that tensile fabric can achieve unique and striking results, meaning the sky is literally the limit when it comes to dynamism, versatility, scale and dramatic effect.
Eros Snow Globe, Piccadilly Circus, London
The 'World's Largest Snow Globe Over Eros' has pleasantly surprised those in the West End.
Ropemakers Place: Artistic Fabric Screens
Bespoke printed fabric screens block the views of neighbouring buildings - yet allow natural light to enter the atrium.
Serpentine Sackler Gallery
Zaha Hadid's undulating new permanent triple layer tensile fabric structure shows how to update - not upstage a revered building.