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Defining Indoor Light-Filled Spaces Using Webnet Mesh / Tensile Design & Construct

Defining Indoor Light-Filled Spaces Using Webnet Mesh

Webnet mesh can be used to provide a dividing line or partition between spaces where solid barriers are not desired, or in cases where they are not an option.
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Interior Green Facades: What You Need to Know / Tensile Design & Construct

Interior Green Facades: What You Need to Know

Green walls and facades are becoming increasingly popular additions to the exterior of urban buildings. But have you considered creating an interior green facade or wall in your next
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Breathing New Life into Your Building with a Living Wall / Tensile Design & Construct

Breathing New Life into Your Building with a Living Wall

Even the most staid of urban buildings can be enhanced and brought to life with the addition of a green wall.
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Interesting Measures, Facts and Stats on Green Facades / Tensile Design & Construct

Interesting Measures, Facts and Stats on Green Facades

Green facades can provide multiple benefits for a building and its surrounding environment – from cooling and shading to pollution reduction and improved aesthetics. Some of these benefits are
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Architectural Considerations for Green Walls / Tensile Design & Construct

Architectural Considerations for Green Walls

Creating successful green infrastructure needs to start with good design. This is necessary if the green wall or facade is to fulfil its purpose, meet client expectations, and to
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How to Design a Vertical Garden / Tensile Design & Construct

How to Design a Vertical Garden

Adding green infrastructure to buildings often means a green wall or facade, but another option is a vertical garden. From plant trellises, pergolas and hanging gardens, to balcony screens
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Where Art and Light Meet: Enlivening a Harbour-side Laneway / Tensile Design & Construct

Where Art and Light Meet: Enlivening a Harbour-side Laneway

Tensile is collaborating on a lighting and art installation at Steam Mill Lane in Sydney’s Darling Harbour precinct. The project involves the installation of a catenary light system and
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When Tensile Cabling Meets Art with Innovative Rigging / Tensile Design & Construct

When Tensile Cabling Meets Art with Innovative Rigging

Tensile and Innovative Rigging Solutions have been delivering architectural solutions that combine tensile cabling with art and design. The companies are similar in the fact that both Tensile and
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The practicalities of installation – Green Facades / Tensile Design & Construct

The practicalities of installation – Green Facades

The support structure, method of installation and how essential ongoing maintenance will be undertaken need to be considered at the design stage. The support structure Wind and movement pressures
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The Future of Green Facades in Australia / Tensile Design & Construct

The Future of Green Facades in Australia

With the benefits of green infrastructure becoming more apparent all the time, the future for green facades in Australia is looking very promising. Certainly the number of green facades
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