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Fabrics, sometimes referred to as membranes, form the enclosure material for tensile structures composed of cables or supported by air pressure.

Title Datesort ascending Author
Textile Environments and Tactile Interfaces: Responsive Multisensory Architectures for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder Nov 01, 2016 Sean Ahlquist (University of Michigan)
Vegas Altas Congress Center and Auditorium (2016 R+D Awards Citation) Jul 31, 2016
Pure Tension Pavilion (2015 R+D Award) Jul 31, 2015
Intersection of Understanding: The Digital, Tactile and Physical in Fabric Architecture Feb 12, 2014 Anna Kindt (University of Oregon), Amy Fisher (University of Oregon), Erin Fox (University of Oregon), Mark Donofrio (University of Oregon)
Emergent Materials for Security, Energy and the Environment Dec 01, 2011 Blaine Brownell (University of Minnesota School of Architecture)
The Greening of Healthcare: Fabrics Used in Healthcare Facilities Nov 01, 2011 Dayle Laing, Dayle Laing Interior Designs Inc, Walter F. Kean, Clinical Professor in Medicine (Rheumatology), McMaster University