Textile Facade - Saving Energy, Comfortable Environment, Nice-looking : MakMax (Taiyo Kogyo Corporation)

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The latest innovation in tensile membrane

is the MakMax Textile Facade; an alternative to traditional building facade with the added flexibility that fabric brings to the architectural design. Create interesting shapes, colours and textures all with the added functionality of all climate weather protection or simple solar control. Used as a modular vertical facade or to create more organic shapes through thoughtful design applications, a building facade can be transformed into an architectural feature or design icon. Simple forms of facade such as window shading applications or digitally printed fabrics create a design feature with added functionality.

Sample Applications

Pleats I.

Pleats I.Pleats I.

Size:
600sqm
Fabric:
PVC mesh
Location:
Saitama, Japan
German Pavilion (Shanghai Expo)

German Pavilion (Shanghai Expo)German Pavilion (Shanghai Expo)

Size:
14,322sqm
Fabric:
PVC silver mesh
Location:
Shanghai, China
UNIQLO Shinsaibashi

UNIQLO ShinsaibashiUNIQLO Shinsaibashi

Size:
1,200sqm
Fabric:
ETFE film
Location:
Osaka, Japan
Kirloskar Brothers

Kirloskar BrothersKirloskar Brothers

Size:
1,400sqm
Fabric:
PVC/polyester
Location:
Pune, India
Bando Model House

Bando Model HouseBando Model House

Size:
1,100sqm
Fabric:
Sky Clear Coat, TiO2-PVC
Location:
Busan, Korea
GS Xi Model House

GS Xi Model HouseGS Xi Model House

Size:
2,000sqm
Fabric:
ETFE
Location:
Busan, Korea
Sanlitun Project

Sanlitun ProjectSanlitun Project

Size:
1,900sqm
Fabric:
PVDF/polyester
Location:
Beijing, China
Architect:
Kengo Kuma & Associates
Houraiken

HouraikenHouraiken

Size:
200sqm
Fabric:
Sky Clear Coat, TiO2-PVC
Location:
Hiroshima, Japan
Photo:
Shinkenchiku-sha

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