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ETFE foil roof over shopping centre

How to look after your ETFE Cushion Roof

Written by on 1st August 2016 in ETFE

Unlike traditional fabric structures, ETFE Foil is an extruded material and therefore has a smooth surface. This smoothness reduces the amount of dirt retained on the ETFE foil surface and allows the rain to wash away the majority of bird droppings and dirt.

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Architectural ETFE Foil cushions

ETFE Foil Cushions – What Do You Want to Know?

Written by on 11th July 2016 in ETFE , FAQs

As a specialist in the design, manufacture and installation of ETFE cushion systems, we get asked questions about all aspects of the product, it’s uses, practicalities and benefits.

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London Aquatics Venue

Olympic Legacy: Recycling Fabric

Written by on 17th June 2014 in Materials , Temporary Structures

Two years ago we were putting the finishing touches on the one of the most recognised venues in the new Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, the London Aquatics Centre. Through the financial support of Sport England, today, this venue has been transferred into a world class public swimming pool.

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Ti02: Exciting New Environmental Fabric

Written by Jason Smith on 11th October 2013 in Materials

From yurts made of animal skins, to NASA space suits made of PTFE, fabrics have evolved and changed over time and yet all suffer from some form of environmental build-up.

Architen Landrell is excited to now be designing and manufacturing with the latest in fabric technology:  PVC & PTFE fabrics coated with Titanium Dioxide (TiO2).

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Dramatic Fabric Interiors: Practical Benefits

Written by on 11th October 2013 in Interiors

Introducing fabric to the inside of any space improves the acoustics, helps with solar glare, creates a feature and can be used to define a space. This article will walk you through the benefits of  interior fabric applications.

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Architen Landrell Health & Safety Policy

Written by Stuart Dominy on 11th April 2013 in Health & Safety

At Architen Landrell, our health and safety policy forms the heart of our operations and is integral in all activities carried out. We believe it is our responsibility to ensure the safety, health and welfare at work of all our employees and to prevent all unnecessary risks to the safety or health of others.

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ETFE Foil cushion over exhibition space

ETFE Foil: A Guide to Design

Written by Amy Wilson on 11th February 2013 in ETFE

Introduction:

ETFE foil roofs can be supplied as a single layer membrane supported by a cable net system or commonly as a series of pneumatic cushions made up of between two and five layers of a modified copolymer called Ethylene Tetra Flouro Ethylene (ETFE).

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Tensile Fabric Architecture: An Introduction

Written by on 26th May 2012 in Tensile Fabric Architecture

Fabric structures vary vastly from other forms of building materials. Their lightweight and versatility in shape and structure provides a unique range of dynamic and exciting three dimensional options.

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Standard Structures: Frequently Asked Questions

Written by on 31st March 2012 in FAQs

Architen Landrell is pleased to offer a range of economically priced tensile fabric structures which are easy to specify and order.  Below is a list of common questions we get asked about our Standard Structures.

What fabrics can I have?

We offer a choice of PVC coated polyester and silicone coated glass cloth for all of our structures.

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Welding fabric

Architen Landrell Manufacturing Services

Written by on 24th March 2012 in Services

Architen Landrell has worked in the industrial fabric industry for over thirty years and draws on this experience to offer a wide range of industrial services.

Adopting the same principles of project management, quality and customer service which we offer our architectural clients, Architen Landrell can provide anything from small repairs to large contract cutting and welding projects.

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ETFE Design Brief

Written by James Ward on 3rd February 2012 in ETFE , Design

Brief: To design a feature entrance canopy for a company at the forefront of tensile fabric design demonstrating the uses of ETFE

Click on the download below to read the brief.

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PVC glass sails inside shopping centre

Fabric Sails – Using Fabric Internally

Written by on 22nd May 2011 in Interiors

If you are looking for a cost-effective, quick and easy to install fabric feature in your space that looks great, then fabric sails are the best solution.

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Silicone Glass fabric school shade canopy

Introducing Tensile Fabric Into Your School

Written by on 17th April 2011 in Education

Want to inspire your students to fulfil their potential? Need to give your children a safe and dry place to play or work? How can canopies improve the educational experience at your school?

Stylish school canopies are perfect for providing playground shade, covered external classroom space or an effective walkway canopy between

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ETFE roof over school courtyard

ETFE: an Economical Alternative to Glass

Written by on 9th April 2011 in ETFE

One of the most exciting materials in the design industry Ethylene Tetra Fluoro Ethylene (ETFE) foil has set the construction world alight with the huge range of potential applications.

The most sought after building material of the moment, ETFE foil is a high translucency fabric which is extremely practical and economical.

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Demountable Fabric Structures

Written by on 20th March 2011 in Temporary Structures

Architen Landrell is currently responsible for the installation, subsequent striking, removal from site and storage of a number of tensile structures. All have unique characteristics regarding the type of structure, the installation methodology and the environment in which these structures are erected.

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Common shapes of fabric structures

Basic Theories of Tensile Fabric Architecture

Written by Alex Heslop on 10th March 2010 in Design

Membrane structures rely on double curvature to resist imposed loads efficiently.

Imagine a flat piece of fabric.

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Tensile fabric structures with lighting

Developing Acoustic and Dual Coloured PTFE

Written by Lance Rowell on 10th March 2010 in Acoustic

Introduction

This article describes Architen Landrell’s development of an acoustic liner for a building called Skyscape. This building was built on the Greenwich site in London as part of our Millennium celebrations and is one of the main attractions provided at the renowned Millennium Dome.

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Fully insulated tensile fabric structure

Using PTFE Glass Cloth

Written by on 10th March 2010 in Materials

PTFE (Teflon) coated glass cloth has become established as the highest quality architectural membrane for tensile structures. The material was developed by DuPont in the 1960s and has been used for structures since the early 1970s.

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Tensile Fabric Structures and Performance

Written by Ceri Richards on 10th March 2010 in FAQs

This article will provide you with information on how tensile fabric structures perform in variety of conditions. Today’s fabric structures are built to last.

Wind

A frequently asked question is if tensiles are suitable for windy sites.

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The Materials of Tensile Fabric Architecture

Written by on 10th March 2009 in Materials

When architects and designers approach us with a tensile fabric structure idea, sometimes they know what type of fabric they want, other times, they look to us for direction.  This article provides an overview on the fabrics we design & build with. Today’s fabrics are innovative, allowing you to create iconic spaces.

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Fully insulated tensile fabric roof

Designing a Fully Insulated Tensile Fabric Roof

Written by Lance Rowell on 6th March 2009 in Insulation

It’s now possible to have a beautifully shaped fabric roof while having it perform competitively against other materials, offering excellent U-Values.

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Detailing of Tensile Membranes

Written by Alex Heslop on 5th March 2009 in Design

Load Resolution

Canopies fall into two main types, those that transfer tensile loads into adjoining structures and those containing the tensile loads within their own frame. The first type may generate large lateral loads which may result in the need for additional in existing structures.

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ETFE roof over school courtyard

ETFE: Why this Building Material is Gaining Popularity

Written by on 5th March 2009 in ETFE

Introduction

Ethylene Tetra Fluoro Ethylene – not the sexiest of names, however ETFE foil is fast becoming one of the most exciting materials in todays design industry and has set the construction world alight with the potential it offers.

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