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Tensile membrane facade system by MakaMax Group (project: Horaiken)

Tensile membrane facade system by MakaMax Group (project: Horaiken)

Kirloskar Brothers - MakMax membranas

Kirloskar Brothers - MakMax membranas

MakMax - Shade Structures, ETFE, Tensile & Architectural Membranes, Carparks, Umbrella Structures, Textile Interiors, and Facade - Projects

MakMax - Shade Structures, ETFE, Tensile & Architectural Membranes, Carparks, Umbrella Structures, Textile Interiors, and Facade - Projects

Qingkou Sports Center by Shanghai Taiyo Kogyo Co. Ltd.,(MakMax Group) ETFE film (white) facade for a gymnasium and natatorium.  A PTFE membrane roof structure covers the connecting area between the two structures.

Qingkou Sports Center by Shanghai Taiyo Kogyo Co. Ltd.,(MakMax Group) ETFE film (white) facade for a gymnasium and natatorium. A PTFE membrane roof structure covers the connecting area between the two structures.

megastructure-shanghai-2010-expo | Serge Ferrari Précontraint composite membrane

megastructure-shanghai-2010-expo | Serge Ferrari Précontraint composite membrane

Cable-and-membrane tensile structure / for façades - MakMax Australia

Cable-and-membrane tensile structure / for façades - MakMax Australia

ETFE foil is great. @tensilesystems.com Embedded image permalink

ETFE foil is great. @tensilesystems.com Embedded image permalink

London-based architect Pernilla Ohrstedt partnered with designer Asif Khan and music producer Mark Ronson to design Coca-Cola’s pavilion for the London 2012 Olympic Park. Called the Beatbox, the facade was made from more than 200 inflated and interlocking ETFE cushions embedded with sound, light, and interactive sensor technology that responded to the movements of visitors.  Courtesy Hufton+Crow

London-based architect Pernilla Ohrstedt partnered with designer Asif Khan and music producer Mark Ronson to design Coca-Cola’s pavilion for the London 2012 Olympic Park. Called the Beatbox, the facade was made from more than 200 inflated and interlocking ETFE cushions embedded with sound, light, and interactive sensor technology that responded to the movements of visitors. Courtesy Hufton+Crow

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