Membranes can be used to construct roofs, façades, free-standing buildings, skylights, and accent enclosures. Completely different from other building materials both aesthetically and functionally, it is the combination of uncommon physical and geometric characteristics that make tensile membrane structures iconic.
Tensile membrane structures have a unique visual character and give designers, architects and engineers the ability to experiment with form and create exciting new solutions to conventional design problems.
Membrane materials are suitable application to clad facades using the same technology as tensile fabrics, or, with ETFE films in cushion or single layer form.
Creating fabric form and organic shapes indoors, membrane interiors allows the ingenuity and flexibility of tensile architecture whilst accentuate interior designs. They can function as acoustic ceiling and wall panels.
MakMax Architectural Umbrellas are available in a wide range of shapes and sizes, with structures which are collapsible, portable or permanent modular units.