Zaha Hadid's undulating new permanent triple layer tensile fabric structure shows how to update - not upstage a revered building.
To help reduce the solar glare issue from the glazed roof in the new gift shop, we designed and installed three bespoke fabric sails.
A three-layer ETFE cushion roof was installed to create a bright airy space.
A new replacement ETFE roof dramatically improves light transmission, improves acoustics and reduces solar gain.
A three layer ETFE System was chosen because it offers greater insulation, achieving a U value of 1.96.
The original PVC coated polyester fabric had reached the end of its 20 year shelf life - our job was to replace it.
The 'World's Largest Snow Globe Over Eros' has pleasantly surprised those in the West End.
Architen removed the existing 18 fabric canopies and replace them with new, non-branded solid white canopies.
A new twin skin fully insulated fabric roof has been installed over the famous Grandstand Pavilion at Phyllis Court.
The Double Conic fabric structure is perfect for family fun, creating a covered space for children to enjoy rain or shine.
A colourful new performance canopy takes centre stage at CBeebies Land bringing sun and rain protection to children in the park.
Three new Tenara fabric canopies have been installed on the terraces of the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
A 21m long art piece printed on PVC glass fabric installed in the concourse of a hospital creates a space within a space.
Vast atriums with glass ceilings look great but can suffer from solar glare and poor acoustics. Fabric sails are a great solution.
1500m2 of ETFE air filled cushions offer all weather protection over the modern new station.
Currently installing an iconic new 2,000 m2 ETFE roof over the Ayr Central Shopping Centre.
As part of a dramatic interior renovation, we installed a series of 21 colourful perspex louvres (inspired by nature) over a 4 level lift.
Architen designed a series of bespoke aesthetic & functional sails to reduce solar glare to the glazed entrance.