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Pacific Fair Porte Cochere

Fabritecture (UFS Australasia Pty Ltd T/A Fabritecture) -

The Pacific Fair Porte Cochère is a spectacular feature structure which crowns the main entry point for the newly redeveloped Pacific Fair Shopping Centre on the Gold Coast, Australia. The form of the structure was inspired by a “Whale’s Tail”, which is often viewed in the Pacific Ocean (which is only 1km away from the shopping centre).

TECAMAC SHOPPING CENTER

Lonas Lorenzo S.A. De C.V -

The result was an outstanding pair of cones, that concede an entire greeting to the people coming from the capital state (being this located in the entry highway of the city), and a remarkable sustainable new commercial place to work and shop.

Urban Center Guadalajara

FabriTec Structures LLC -

The structure is maximized on the spans and actually working in tension and suspension. Access to the structure was very limited which made it quite a challenge. But clearly the daylighting and up lighting at night set this tensioned fabric structure apart from other shopping centers who use only conventional materials.

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Ciudadela Mall

Dunn Arquitectura Ligera S.A De C.V.

Mall food court covering

Lakeside Village- Fabric Recover

Lawrence Fabric & Metal Structures Inc.

The massive size of the fabric tensile structure is unique for the setting of an open air 47 acre site venue with specialty shops, restaurants and an amphitheater.

Macau Fisherman’s Wharf Jackson Square Canopy

Beijing N&L Fabric Technology Co., Ltd.

Macau Fisherman’s Wharf Jackson Square Canopy is located in Macau fisherman’s Wharf and it is one of the main landscape buildings.

MIT Commencement “Great Sail”

Span Systems Inc

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology has used a version of the “Great Sail” tensile canopy for their commencement ceremonies for many years. It is installed every year to shade and protect the speaker’s podium, the assembled dignitaries, guests and the graduates receiving their degrees. Recently Span Systems re-engineered, re-designed, and fabricated a new version with added strength, stability, and ease of installation to continue this tradition into the future.

Oriental Pearl Tower Outdoor Passage Membrane Structure

Shanghai Taiyo Kogyo Co. Ltd.

A structure near a famous tourist attraction used to protect against the sun and bad weather

Pacific Fair Porte Cochere

Fabritecture (UFS Australasia Pty Ltd T/A Fabritecture) -

The Pacific Fair Porte Cochère is a spectacular feature structure which crowns the main entry point for the newly redeveloped Pacific Fair Shopping Centre on the Gold Coast, Australia. The form of the structure was inspired by a “Whale’s Tail”, which is often viewed in the Pacific Ocean (which is only 1km away from the shopping centre).

San Diego Airport Consolidated Rental Car

Birdair Inc

To design, fabricate and install 16,700 square feet of PTFE fiberglass membrane inverted cones to create coverage and shade for travelers seeking rental cars at the San Diego International Airport.

TECAMAC SHOPPING CENTER

Lonas Lorenzo S.A. De C.V -

The result was an outstanding pair of cones, that concede an entire greeting to the people coming from the capital state (being this located in the entry highway of the city), and a remarkable sustainable new commercial place to work and shop.

University of Queensland Cooling Tower

MakMax Australia

A steel and pvc fabric cooling tower that has a flexible design allowing operation across the range of dry, wet, and hybrid cooling modes. This tower has a modular construction that is easily deployable to remote sites and dramatically cheaper than concrete cooling towers, particularly at small scales.

Urban Center Guadalajara

FabriTec Structures LLC -

The structure is maximized on the spans and actually working in tension and suspension. Access to the structure was very limited which made it quite a challenge. But clearly the daylighting and up lighting at night set this tensioned fabric structure apart from other shopping centers who use only conventional materials.