The Cap-Roux Residence is a 48-unit affordable housing complex in Merignac, a suburb of Bordeaux, France. The exterior facade as well as the walkways between the complex’s two parallel buildings are clad in a tensile mesh with two colors fabricated to create a dynamic design. The tensile facade provides privacy for the residents and creates visual interest in the community. It also provides wind protection and prevents solar gain, contributing to Cap-Roux’s Low-Consumption Building (LCB) and High Environmental Quality (HEQ) certifications.
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On October 26, Structurflex Americas celebrated the grand opening of the Ward Parkway Restaurant Pavilion. Joining the Structurflex Americas team to observe the grand opening were Structurflex New Zealand’s Murray Higgs, Director, and Simon Higgs, Managing Director. The unseasonably warm and sunny day allowed guests to experience firsthand the solar glare and heat reduction provided […]Ward Parkway Center Restaurant Pavilion Grand Opening Scheduled for October 26
On October 26 at 10 am, Ward Parkway Center in Kansas City, Missouri will host the grand opening of its Restaurant Pavilion, featuring five restaurant spaces and a 22,235 square-foot pedestrian plaza. Unique in the region, the pedestrian pavilion will provide patrons with opportunities for outdoor dining, gathering, recreation, and entertainment. To provide guests with […]