Entertainment Area Projects
Nautical looking twisted sail recently erected at Akuna Bay Marina. The two posts were mounted on hinges with stainless steel backstay cables and rigging screws pulling the Commercial 95 shade cloth towards the poles, thus creating the twisting effect
Four conicals waterproof structures with king posts suspended on stainless steel cables were constructed for Norths Rugby Club for the opening of the Cabana Restaurant alfresco dining and smoking areas.
A new alfresco shade structure attached to the western side of the main building with views over one of bowling greens. To shade the outdoor dining area from the afternoon sun and reduce the air conditioning costs to the building, … Continue reading
A conical shaped membrane structure covering a new banqueting terrace at the Ryde Parramatta Golf Club. The structure is supported by a central column under the cone with columns supporting the structural gutters around the outside. The membrane is patterned, … Continue reading
A heritage listed building that has been turned into entertainment centre required a structure that could give them a waterproof area without touching the existing building. We designed a rolled arch with a membrane fabric cover made from Valmex FR … Continue reading
Two double coned six column structures with clear blinds for protection from the weather connected to an existing coffee shop.
Two outdoor smoker areas were added to the club. In each case the Valmex FR900 fabric membrane was attached to the existing facade of the club building and stretched with three inclined hinged posts with stainless steel backstays.
Two barrel vault fabric structures were added to the existing restaurant to create alfresco dining areas.
A wedding centre on the top of a five level shopping centre in the centre of the city. The whole structure was shipped on a flat bed container, hauled by hand to the top of the building and erected by … Continue reading