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Pavilion roof built using Saertex Leo materials

The new building in Madrid breaks up the asymmetric geometry of the external area by shaping the roof like the wing of an airplane.

15th September 2017

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Saerbeck

Construction

The new building breaks up the asymmetric geometry of the external area by shaping the roof like the wing of an airplane. The roof is carried on a concealed steel structure which protrudes over a structural glass façade with no apparent support, giving the impression that the roof is hovering.

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