R U interested in Fabric Structures?

It’s been a while since my last blog.

Been busy trying to get Architects, Designers and clients to use fabric structures more often.

Today, The FabricArchitect looks at the letter “R”.

I just came back from exhibiting at both the American Institute of Architects (AIA) convention and the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) and realized how much the letter “R” is used in design.


Shopping Centers and fabric structures? Why of course. What material provides shade, shelter and signage better than fabric? It is used as an awning, umbrella, canopy, facade, pedestrian walkway, etc. The skys the limit.


Image is everything and so is the experience when it comes to resort design. The shade structure over the lounge chairs, the cabana, the porte cochere. All nice words and what better way to create that  vision than with Fabric.


A tent for every home? Maybe not but why not. The outdoor family room, the seasonal tent for a BBQ, the party tent, the gazebo. All great ideas which work in fabric.


Both owner and end user love this! Owners love to use that outdoor space. Customers always want the table outside. Fabric structures solve that on both a sunny and rainy day.

You ready to shop?

You ready to eat?

You ready to play?

The Answer?

Outdoor Living.

Try a fabric structure on your next retail, restaurant, residential and resort experience.

Next week, you will be ready for some “S”.


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