In terms of our LSAA Design Awards, a Medium sized Fabric Structure, or tensioned membrane structure) would have a surface area of between 250 and 1000 sqm.

Note that many "Large" fabric structures may be made from individual fabric panels of 250-1000 sqm.

Again, a large Mall covering might comprise multiple conical structures of 250-1000 sqm.

The following articles are in random order:

Mildura Riverfront Performance Venue

Entrant:               Oasis Tension Structures (Australia) Pty Ltd
Location:              Hugh King Boulevard - Mildura VIC
Client:                  City of Mildura Council
Architect:            Jackson Architecture (Melbourne)
Struct. Eng.:        Aurecon (Melbourne)
Specialist:            Tensys Engineering (Australia) Pty Ltd
Others:                A. Nobles & Sons (Australia) Pty Ltd
Builder:                King Construction Pty Ltd
Fabricator:            Atkins Fabrication (Australia) Pty Ltd

  

Jakarta ETFE Canopy

Fabritecture (Designer and Installer)

Location: Jakarta, Indonesia.   Completed: June 2015

Client: Leightons Asia

Team: Denton Corker Marshall, Maffeis Engineering, Fabritecture, Seele Covertex

Dubai Outlet Mall - Entrance Dome

Entrant: Structurflex Ltd
Client: Emirates Engineering Services
Architect: ARENCO
Structural Engineer: Wade Consulting Group
Fabricator(s): Structurflex Ltd

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St Joseph's College Netball Court

Structureflex (Designer / Engineer)

Location: Echuca, Victoria.   Completed: January 2015

Client: St Joseph's Catholic College

Team: Y2 Architects, Steve Huppert, John Killmister (Cert. Eng), Shade Living Pty Ltd, Fabric Solutions (membrane), Thornton Engineering (steel)

Soul Surfers Paradise, Australia 

APPLICATION OF PROJECT:

Hospitality  and Recreation:  The tensile fabric structures  provide  shade canopies  for the patrons of the alfresco dining areas as well as creating  an aesthetic  focal point to the front of the apartment  building  at Soul, Surfers Paradise.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

Two tensile canopy structures were created as part of the $850 million beachfront  Soul development  project in Surfers Paradise. The multi‐level PTFE membrane structures covering the outdoor dining areas were designed to follow the radial lines of the adjacent building and walkways while seamlessly integrating with the surrounding buildings.

The design requirements were:

•  Offer weather protection for patrons

•  To maintain ocean views from all levels of surrounding buildings

•  Create an architectural feature to attract attention to the area

•  Materials and design to allow for minimal maintenance and cleaning

The tensile shade canopies utilise the full benefit of Soul’s alfresco dining areas, highlighting  and capturing  the ocean  views  and  enhancing   the  beauty  of  the  surrounding   natural  environment.   The  result  is  a  striking architectural landmark that attracts attention to the Soul development.

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Blacktown Village Green

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

This project was essentially a weather cover over a public space. During discussions with our sales team at the tendering stage it was clear that the project also had an element of environmental consideration. For this reason we developed a custom design that worked to these constraints.

The purpose according to builders was to create an inviting public recreation area. The architects specified a tensile membrane roof in order to cover the area while allowing natural light to enter the space.

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Hamilton Lake - Verandah Cafe

Entrant:             Structurflex Ltd - Engineering Fabrication Installation
Location:            Hamilton Lake Domain
Client:                Hamilton City Council
Architect:           360 Architects
Struct. Eng.:      Compusoft Engineering
Builder:              Foster Construction
Fabricator:          Structurflex

 

Elizabeth Quay

Fabritecture (Designer and Installer)

Location: The Esplanade.   Completed: August 20 2015

Client: Leightons

Team: ARM Architects, Maffeis Engineering, Fabritecture, Seele, Fabritecture