Fabric roof adornes mall south of the border

November 01, 2007 |

Fabric-roof manufacturer Birdair recently extended its reach into Latin America, working under demanding deadlines to successfully design and fabricate a tensile fabric membrane and steel cable roof structure for the 73,000-sf Cuernavaca Mall in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Working with the project architect, Marcos Suberville, engineers from Birdair created a series of cone structures using fabric, steel, and cable that echo the local mountains. The resulting interior space showers visitors with abundant natural light.


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