Fabric and light

March 1st, 2015

Getting creative with textiles and architecture. By Lynn Keillor Today’s retail stores are an array of color-popping advertising displays. Most backlit displays are not made of film or some sort of vellum, but of a tightly woven, printed fabric. Eric Tischer, president of Randolph, N.J.-based Verseidag seemee US Inc., takes a close look, running his […]

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Beaming up fabric structures

March 1st, 2015

A vanguard fabric-airbeam-supported structure tops Carnegie Hall. By Carla Waldemar It takes a team to raise a structure—at least in the case of a challenging, vanguard installation atop Carnegie Hall in the center of Manhattan. The renowned, nine-story music auditorium wished to hold its opening night gala under a tent on its rooftop. Installation was […]

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