Tensile structures offer pleasing aesthetics, are energy efficient, recyclable, eco-friendly, sustainable, and use fewer resources, making them sustainable and cost-effective. Being lightweight and heat efficient, the spaces covered by tensile need less energy. Plus, tensile structures are easy and quick to construct or dismantle. All these factors make tensile roofing and facades a favoured material of architects and builders.

the spaces covered by tensile need less energy

In this article, Katja Bernert, Architect at Mehler Texnologies, Germany, Arun MADAPPALLATH, General Manager, South Asia, Serge Ferrari, and Punit Jhaveri, Director- Strategic Growth at Lucky-Tech Membrane, share their views on the Tensile Industry in India, the material’s new application areas, the design scope offered by tensile when designing an attractive roof for a large or small project, the lifespan and maintenance requirements of tensile roofing, and the USP of their tensile roofing products.

the spaces covered by tensile need less energy

Mehler used in roof structures

Mehler: Proven Expertise in Tensile Fabrication & Application

India is one of the fastest growing markets in textile architecture; in fact, India is showing rapid growth in all sorts of infrastructure construction. This is mirrored in the large number of under-construction and planned airports and railway projects, where tensile structures Read more ...

USP is the unique technology used in the manufacturing of the membrane

Serge Ferrari: Offering an Attractive Roofing Option

The tensile membrane industry in India has been growing steadily over the past few years. India’s infrastructure development projects, such as airports, metro stations, railway stations, bus terminals and stadiums, and sports complex, have been major contributors Read more ...

Tensile structures, roofing, and facades are visible in sport stadiums

Lucky-Tech: Enabling Creative Freedom

India has a significant presence in the global textile industry, including the tensile industry. The Indian tensile industry is expected to continue to grow and develop in the coming years, driven by increasing demand, both domestically and internationally, and favorable Read more ...