Tensile & Structures
Tensile & Structures
Tensile membrane structures and tensile building envelopes are thin-shell structures. Tensile membranes carry tension with no compression or bending, supported by a lightweight structural system. Most often used for roofs and canopies, tensile structures are capable of creating unique private and public spaces
Type of Tensile Structure Applications
1. Parking Shade
Basically utilitarian, parking shades provide shelter to vehicles. Our wide range of parking shades provide maximum protection as well as provide shelter during adverse weather conditions.
2. Swimming pool shades
Swimming pool shades are a type of canopy or cover used to provide shade and protection from the sun while enjoying a swim. They are designed to cover the pool area, offering a comfortable and relaxing environment while reducing UV exposure.
3. Walkway shade
Walkway shade is a type of shading solution designed for outdoor pathways, sidewalks, or walkways. It can come in the form of a canopy, awning, pergola, or shade sails, and is used to provide shade and protection from the sun, wind, and rain. Walkway shades can be made from various materials, including fabric, metal, or wood, and can be customized to fit the specific needs of the space. The main purpose of walkway shade is to create a more comfortable and functional outdoor environment, while also enhancing the overall aesthetic of the area.
4. Canopies tents
Canopy tents are portable, outdoor shelters that provide shade and protection from the elements. They are typically made of durable, waterproof materials and feature a frame that can be easily assembled and disassembled for convenient storage and transport. Canopy tents come in a range of sizes and styles and can be used for a variety of outdoor activities, such as camping, picnicking, outdoor events, and more.
5. Entrance Canopies
Entrance canopies are stylish and practical structures installed above building entrances, offering protection from weather elements and enhancing the overall aesthetics. They provide a welcoming and comfortable space for visitors while also serving as an opportunity for branding and identity reinforcement. These versatile features are designed to improve the building’s appeal, safety, and user experience.
6. Umbrella shades
Umbrella shades are portable, freestanding shades that can be used to provide shade and protection from the sun, wind, and rain. They typically consist of a central pole, a canopy made of fabric or other materials, and a base for stability. Umbrella shades come in a range of sizes and styles, from small, personal umbrellas to large, commercial-grade shades. They are often used for outdoor dining, relaxing, and recreational activities, and are a convenient and practical solution for creating a comfortable outdoor environment.
7. Awning shades
Awning shades are fixed, permanent structures that provide shade and protection from the sun and other elements. They are attached to the side of a building, and the canopy can be made from various materials such as fabric, metal, or a combination of both. Awnings come in a variety of sizes and styles, from small, window-mounted awnings to large, commercial-grade shades. They are often used to provide shade for outdoor areas such as patios, decks, and balconies, and can enhance the aesthetic and functionality of any building.