Canopy with sidewalls

April 1, 2001

Detail shows attachment of framing to existing building. Sidewalls are held down with ground stakes. The entire assembly is designed to have fabric coverings removed during the cold season. Project data Client: Hohnemann University Hospital, Philadelphia Structual engineer: H.B. Daugherty Fabricator: Globe Canvas Products Fabric: Patio 500/Pro-tec by John Boyle & Co.

Patio canopy and soffit

Detail shows section through a typical truss rafter in this addition to a restaurant outdoor room. Project data Client: Blue Finn Restaurant, Seaville, N.J. Fabricator: Globe Canvas Products Fabric: Ultrashade 101 by Highland Industries

Lateral arm/retractable awning

These awnings are becoming more popular because of their functional flexibility. They are taut and clean, whether open or closed, can cover large deck spaces, and come with the option of a motor. Project data Client: Private residence Fabricator: Queen City Awning Fabric: Sunbrella

Tensile canopy

In Thousand Island Park, N.Y., a home inspired by 1920s-era steamer ships sports canvas deck-covers on both ends. Project data Client: Private residence Canopy designer: Elizabeth Murrell Architect: Steve Taylor Fabricator: The Frame Shop (cover), Steve Taylor Builder (frame) Project manager: V. William Murrell, Fabric Structures Inc. Fabric: Fluorotop 1002 from Ferrari

Tiered, stepped canopy

This project from Miami, Fla., won an International Achievement Award from the Industrial Fabrics Association International. The design utilizes light-permeable and hurricane-resistant textured canopies to provide protection and decoration to the outdoor escalators while preserving the openness of the mall. Project data Client: Rouse Bayside Marketplace Architect: D’Agnostino Izzo Quirk Architects Fabricator: Miami Awning Co. …

Entrance canopy

As the footings for the support posts were done by an independent contractor, each had to be measured and verified to ensure that the canopy would seat properly on its structure. The decorative posts were a challenge because the intersection of the 7.62cm(3-in.) square posts intersected the 3.81cm(1 1/2-in.) square horizontal beams creating complicated 3D …