There is a wealth of material dealing with Frei Otto is now on the internet.

Some links include:

Below are a few of his early cablenet structures - The IL, German Pavilion at Montreal 67 Expo and Munich Olympic Stadium Structures. 
Photo credits: Peter Kneen

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Physical model of the cablenet structure
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Frei Otto developed the free form cablenet roof structure for the striking German Pavilion at the 1967 Montreal World Expo. There was a tensioned fabric skin suspended below the cable net.
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Details of the acrylic sheets showing multiple rubber supports to the cablenet under. Large amounts of expansion and contraction in the sheets lead to a system of flexible rubber gutters between the sheets.
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Munich Stadium Entrance Area
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Munich Swiming Complex
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Munich Stadium Entrance Area
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Frei Otto developed the free form cablenet roof structure for the striking German Pavilion at the 1967 Montreal World Expo. There was a tensioned fabric skin suspended below the cable net.
Expo 1967 Details
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Frei Otto developed the free form cablenet roof structure for the striking German Pavilion at the 1967 Montreal World Expo. There was a tensioned fabric skin suspended below the cable net.
German Pavilion Expo 1967
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Prior to the German Pavilion at Expo 1967, Otto developed a smaller cablenet structure featuring a high peaked central mast. It housed his Institute for Lightweight Structures
Frei Otto IL Building Stuttgart
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Frei further developed the free formed stressed cablenets for the stadia at the 1972 Munich Olympics. The cladding used large flat rectangular sheets of acrylic supported by flexible rubber pads above the cablenet.
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The now familiar saddle shaped anticlastic stressed surfaces which resist both uplift and downward loads. Nowadays seen more with tensioned fabric structures
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Mast details
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Main stadium edge cable
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There are a number of lightweight structures in and around Melbourne.

There are the roof structures at the major sports stadia - Tennis Centre (Rod Laver and Margaret Court Arenas), the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), the Rectangular AAMI Stadium, the Etihad Stadium and the Southern Cross train station.

The Victorian Arts Centre Spire, the Sidney Myer Music Bowl and the nearby Aquatic Centre are other examples.

Smaller tensioned fabric structures can be found throughout Melbourne.

Here are a few examples (images will be added to over time - April 2016).

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