ETFE cushions with an intricate printed pattern form the membrane covering for a large-scale domed roof over a retail hub.
High translucency 2 layer ETFE cushion roof form a roof to Marwell Zoo's Tropical House
Beautiful tensile fabric sails form a statement roof to Renzo Piano's subterranean art gallery
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.
Maximising useable outdoor space with a series of three iconic inverted cone tensile fabric structures.
A giant inflatable apple for the Paralympic Opening Ceremony.
Temporary tensile fabric bridge cladding with a unique waterfall feature.
Five parallel atriums each characterised by a unique fabric sculpture
A single layer ETFE roof and walls form a landmark hospitality venue. The modern bright space has been designed as a temporary venue.
Silicone coated glass fabric canopy over a school technology block provides all weather protection from the elements.
Two gold coloured tensile fabric conic canopies were installed over a bar inside Paddington Station, London.
Two tensile fabric inverted umbrellas were installed at a school offering shelter and shade.
Three of the world's largest ETFE cushion roof lights installed over a conference centre space.
A series of inverted tensile fabric umbrellas relocated to an airport in Trinidad provide ample shade and rain protection.
Three 6m umbrella canopies providing weather protection for a school performance area.
A 24m stretch of retractable canopies providing shade for a row of shops and restaurants.
A temporary installation made up of fabric sails for the 2008 London festival of Architecture was beautiful and colourful.
A fully insulated mobile art pavilion made of fabric and designed by Zaha Hadid.
A modern entrance canopy framed with timber at the offices of the Welsh Central Government is both beautiful and functional.
An ETFE dome and Walkway Canopies at a Secondary School in Swindon create a naturally lit beautiful space usable year round.
A series of inverted cones designed to provide temporary cover for events in a London shopping court.
A double conic canopy in a luxury hotel in Gibraltar offers guests a place out of the sun.
A modern take on the traditional boat house forming the central feature for a water activities park.
A seminar room in a London University Hospital that takes the curved form of a cloud.
A bright red fabric and steel scultpure in central Earls Court, London
A Tensile Canopy for Pool Bar at a luxury hotel in Kenya
An outdoor classroom and play area sheltered from the rain and sun
A series of Brise Soleil Canopies for a school boat house,
A fabric sculpture hanging in the centre of an atrium