Dublin_T2 - Fabric Architecture

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Dublin_T2 - Fabric Architecture
SURFACES
INTERIOR
TENSION
Project: Samsonite
Project brief
During summer months, when the sun was at its brightest, it was
very difficult to view computer screens and the reception area
was hot. In addition to these issues, Samsonite wanted to breakup some of the vast atrium space with colour, while reducing the
‘echo’ effect in the atrium. The challenge was to achieve optimum
placement to block the sun.
Design solution
Fabric Architecture’s Interior Design Team recommended FreeStyle
stretched fabric panels for the atrium. Using specialist software to
determine shade plotting, our Design Team was able to determine
the best shapes, sizes and placement to reduce solar glare.
FABRIC
Samsonite’s UK Head Office
has a large south facing
glass atrium and it became
the perfect canvas for Fabric
Architecture’s internal
FreeStyle stretched fabric
panels.
The result is a pair of bold gold triangles and three quads in black
and white. Panels are lightweight, fire retardant and were easy to
install.
Fabric Architecture
The art and science of tension
SURFACES
INTERIOR
TENSION
FABRIC
Project: Samsonite
Summary
Client: Samsonite
Location: Heathrow, London, England
Fabric Type: Lycra
For more information or to
discuss how we can help
you, call Rob Arthur on
+44 7858 874567
[email protected]
Fabric Architecture Ltd 4 Nexus Brockworth Gloucestershire GL3 4AG
+44 (0)1452 612 800 [email protected] www.fabricarchitecture.com
Company registered in England No. 04119655

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