Fabric structures have evolved over the years and continue to grow in importance today.
When you have a five-star hotel, you need awnings that stand up to the ocean-side location.
Advanced technology opens door to new design possibilities.
Visitors to the 2012 Summer Olympics had a unique perspective atop the Dome.
Today’s advanced technologies will drive the future of fabric structures.
The low and high cost of insulating fabric structures.
The 17th annual international workshop on architectural membrane structures.
Experienced professionals comment on cost estimating awnings and canopies.
Experienced professionals comment on how much it costs to build fabric structures.
Flexible and economical, air-supported structures fill multiple market niches.
Three quick steps to success.
A student of Otto explains how she teaches the basics.
At the Free University of Brussels, Dr. Marijke Mollaert’s architecture students design and then build their fabric structure.
Architect Roberto Santomauro of Montevideo is publishing a introductory book on tension structure technology.
All of the terms you need to know when working with awnings.
Retractable awnings are an energy efficient solution providing sun control for your clients’ spaces. They help reduce energy costs by giving users the ability to control the amount of sunlight that enters the space. They also add curb appeal to any building, keep interior furnishings from fading and extend outdoor living areas.
The Solair® Pro, Select and Comfort family of retractable awnings from Tri Vantage provides shade solutions for any space. The Solair Pro is a top-of-the-line retractable awning with customizable features, including awning size, fabric, frame colors and motorization options. Solair Select is a midline retractable awning with motorized operation and semi-cassette hood. The Solair Comfort is a basic, manually operated retractable awning for the most budget-conscious client. The Solair Pro, Select and Comfort allow you to offer your clients a generous selection of fabric covers. Select fabrics, such as Sunbrella®, which offers several standard solids and custom stripe options.
Another great retractable awning option is the Solair® Retractable Window Awning, available from Tri Vantage. Designed to fit a variety of window widths and sizes, the Solair Retractable Window Awning provides customized shading options. Users can extend the awning all the way down for complete shade, all the way up for full sun, or any position in between. Complete the look by choosing from hundreds of fabrics, including Sunbrella.
Retractable awnings are a great solution to control the sun’s powerful rays and create a comfortable space that conserves energy. For more tips click here.
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