Tensile Fabric Structure
"Tensile fabric" is a term used simply to describe fabric that is under tension, i.e. being pulled in opposing directions. It can take many forms, though its generally based around three shapes: the Cone (or fluted cone), the Double Curve Barrel Vault and the Hypar (or hyperbolic shape).
Our range of Tensile Structures is much lighter than conventional building structure and yet it offers high stability. These Stencil Structures are characterized by having a rather small mass relative to the applied load, which include Tensile Structures, Frame Supported Structures, Air Supported Structures, Air Inflated Structures, Cable Network Structures, etc.