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 second phase of Daily’s Place in Jacksonville, Florida is now complete: a 94,000 square- foot indoor practice “flex field.” The flex field includes a regulation-sized football field that will make it possible for the Jacksonville Jaguars football team to practice on the field year-round. Five cameras are installed throughout so the team can film […]Rice University Parking Garage Progress
The installation of the tensile mesh facade on the Rice University parking garage in Houston, Texas is underway. Located south of Allen Center, the seven-story, 159,500 sq ft parking garage will be clad in an extremely strong coated PES tensile mesh screening custom printed to realize the architects’ vision. Project architect KieranTimberlake wanted the appearance […]