FLEXIIFORM 

BEST CHOICE FOR YOUR BUDGET PROJECT

MEANING OF MEMBRANE STRUCTURE

FUTURE MATERIAL

Membrane structure always referred as Tensioned Fabric Structure (TFS) – an advanced roofing structure that using the polymer textile to be roofing material. Its light weight give designer and engineer freedom of design innovation to experiment with exciting solution for their building. The structures can encourage a wide range of applications from small canopies to huge stadium and for the large scale and span of construction.

KEYWORDS FOR MEMBRANE STRUCTURE

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Frei Otto
A German architecture and structural engineering, who is the world leading authority on light weight tensile and membrane structure.

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Lightweight structure
Using polymer textile to be roof material. It allows designers to innovate exciting experimental solutions for their buildings.

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5th Material
Tensioned membrane material is considered to be the fifth construction element after metal, stone, glass, and concrete.

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Tensioned Only
Tension roofs and facade are those in which every part of the structural element is loaded in tensile force only, with no requirement to resist compression or bending moment forces

THE FEATURES

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Light weight
Tensile force only

No frame support
Recyclable

Only need few key connections

Printable

Encourage creativity

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CREATIVE AND FEASIBLE DESIGNS

Membrane structures is able to apply to a wide range of applications and encourage designers, architects and engineers’s creativity to experiment with exciting shapes for their projects. Our design innovation service we offer this free of charge.
As membrane structure is a custom-made fabric roof structure, our Design & Engineering team gurantees your project is 100% safe and able to comply with local regulations and safety measures. We have in-house highly qualified engineers and architects ready for any challenging projects.

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xinchao@flexiiform.com
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