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Shade structures
Tensile architecture

Shade structures

Sun and bad weather protection
Sun and bad weather protection
Freedom of shape
Freedom of shape
Lightweight
Lightweight

Lightweight tensioned structures of various shapes

The light weight and flexibility of composite membranes enable the creation of shade structures in a wide variety of original shapes. They offer user comfort by protecting against bad weather and the heat of the sun.

Ideal for shade structures and open air building roofs

Tensioned structures are ideal for protecting assets (parking lots) and people (pedestrian walkways, park canopies, bus or train stations, covered playgrounds, etc.). They are also suitable for covering open-air structures, such as amphitheaters and sports complexes. 

Lightweight, high performance materials

With its Précontraint technology, Serge Ferrari has developed a wide-range of high performance composite materials, all with excellent stability and proven quality. Serge Ferrari's Flexlight membranes are a perfect example of the company's environmental approach: they are eco-designed and can be recycled via Texyloop.

References
Flexlight™ Xtrem TX30-III Helps Create An Outdoor Oasis at Penn State University
success story
Tensile architecture
Shading
Translucent roofs

Flexlight Xtrem TX30-III Helps Create An Outdoor Oasis at Penn State University

Flexlight
Flexlight
Xtrem TX30-III
Shading
Translucent roofs
United States
State College, PA
Lightweight Manufacturing at Penn State Univsity water tower shade project
Tensile architecture

Water tower shade at Penn State University

Lightweight Manufacturing, Lightweight Design, Signature Structures
United States
Godaddy shade by International Tension Structures
Tensile architecture

Godaddy Tech Center - Tempe, AZ

Inernational Tension Structures
United States
Fiesta Paseo Nodes on Southern Ave from International Tension Structures
Tensile architecture

Mesa Fiesta Paseos - Mesa AZ

International Tension Structures
United States
tensioned structure by International Tension Strucutres
Tensile architecture

Phoenix Symphony Hall

International Tension Structures
United States