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Fondation LUMA

Architect Franck Gehry

Studios architecture , T/E/S/S, Myamo, Setec

The Goodman's 3D Facade TOKYO 2020

La flexibilité de la gamme Aero W offre à nos clients une grande flexibilité créative.

Pour la façade de Citymoda notre partenaire italien a choisi AeroW Light pour tendre une FV 381 au dos des cadres en acier cintrés.

Une configuration simple et économique avec un bel effet visuel.

Another new facade renovation project! ​

This is the KLM operations control centre in the Netherlands. The original facade did not age very well, so they opted for a Serge Ferrari product for the new one! ​

This facade offers protection from the sun using our black cherry colour FRONTSIDE 381-3120 product. ​

Many thanks to the outstanding work carried out by our client, Poly-Ned Steenwijk.

posted by Serge Ferrari

by Architizer.com

8 Tensile Façades That Stretch the Limit

NEW !!! FTI INDIA

Because we no longer want to unnecessarily reject tons of CO2 by transporting tons of aluminiums internationally.

Because we no longer want the price of an eco-responsible technique to be vampirised by customs and import tax policies.

Because we want to offer you our product and our know-how close to your projects and at the right cost.

We have completely revised our distribution method by developing a network of licensed producers.

It is with great satisfaction that I can announce that our range of Aero textile facade systems is now available MADE IN INDIA for the INDIAN market.

Feel free to contact Rohnak SHAH FTI India for your projects.

Com­ment les ma­té­riaux tex­tiles mo­di­fient l’en­ve­loppe du bâ­ti­ment ?

SAFRAN - TOULOUSE

TEXTILE FACADE 5000 m2

AIRBUS B55 TOULOUSE

FACADE TEXTILE TRIDIMENSIONNELLE 1000m2

LIGHTWEIGHT BUILDING

Typical goals are to develop structures with the lowest possible weight and to reduce the weight of individual components to a minimum...

Fabrics could be the next big thing in facades

By ANTONIO PACHECO • May 29, 2019

Humans have been using fabric to create shelter for thousands of years. If a set of groundbreaking researchers and designers have their way, however, applications of textile-based architectural elements have the potential to play an important role in shaping the future of enclosures as well.

Credits:

https://archpaper.com/2019/05/fabric-textiles-facadesplus/