Harry is deeply involved with the design processes at Structurflex and his multidisciplinary input helps us to meld brave design concepts with the practicalities of robust engineering. Watching progress from the drawing board to launch day is a satisfying experience for Harry, as is promoting the extraordinary versatility of tension membrane structures.
Before joining Structurflex, Harry ran his own design consultancy and achieved a degree of national fame for a solar energy design. He holds a postgraduate MTS Diploma in Building Techniques (Amsterdam) and a Diploma Architect IVA SBA (Utrecht). Harry regularly lectures on the use of tension membranes in architecture.
The latest place to see our work is Jacksonville, Florida, at the newly opened Daily’s Place Amphitheater. Daily’s Place seats 5,500 people and is connected to both EverBank Field football stadium and a brand new 94,000 square foot indoor football practice field. The exterior structure of Daily’s Place is formed from 67,000 square feet of […]Tropical Rain Forest in Buffalo, New York
Buffalo, New York is pretty far from the tropics. Structurflex provided the ETFE triple-layer architecture that made it possible to recreate a tropical rain forest in upstate New York. SOUTH AMERICAN CLIMATE EXTREMES INDOORS Structurflex met the challenge of creating the weather extremes of an Amazonian rain forest in upstate New York — a place […]