Chiaroscuro Suspended Artwork

Chiaroscuro is an Italian term that translates as ‘light dark.’ Rising to prominence in the time of the Renaissance, it refers to the strong contrasts used in visual artwork
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Chatswood Public School

Tensile designed and installed Webnet safety barriers as part of the redevelopment of Chatswood Public School for Schools Infrastructure NSW. This included barriers on the rooftop sports courts, and
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University of Melbourne Student Precinct

Tensile provided design and construct services to the new world-class student precinct at Melbourne University. Our involvement included designing and installing external barriers to all the balcony areas on
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Inglis Park Playground

Tensile designed, supplied and installed safety barriers for the Inglis Park playground at Newmarket Randwick, a development built on the site of the former Inglis stables. The architects saw
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Inner Sydney High School

Tensile was engaged to design, supply and install Webnet mesh barriers for the new high-rise Inner Sydney High School in Surry Hills. Designed by architects FJMT Studios and constructed
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Melbourne Conservatorium of Music

The Melbourne Conservatorium of Music has a new home at the Ian Potter Southbank Centre. The multi-storey atrium at the new centre demonstrates how Tensile’s stainless steel cable barriers
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Royal Far West Children’s Charity, Manly – Jakob Webnet Mesh

Royal Far West (RFW) is a children’s charity that works with health professionals, communities, parents and carers to deliver healthcare services to country kids. The new RFW Centre in
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Monash University Learning and Teaching Building

The Learning and Teaching Building at Monash University shows how fall protection can provide safety, without compromising on aesthetics. The project brief required us to design, engineer and install
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The Women’s College Copper Panel Facade

The Sibyl Centre at Sydney University’s Women’s College captures both history and the sense of looking forward in its unique curved copper facade. The facade, designed by m3architecture, depicts
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Dee Why PCYC

Tensile is pleased to have been involved in yet another major project in NSW – the new Dee Why PCYC facility on Sydney’s northern beaches. The facility consists of
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