by Fabian Peters | 5/10/2017
With a textile pavilion, Ben van Berkel, the founder of UN Studio, has demonstrated what we may soon see being used for high-rises. Fabian Peters spoke to the architect about his research.
What is currently being developed for outer space and will soon also be used on Earth – is something that is right up the alley of Arnaud Runge, who researches high-tech textiles for medical applications for the European Space Agency. In interview with Fabian Peters he gives us an idea of his work.
The Millennium Dome in London is one of the largest domes made from textile in the world. Now a spectacular roofwalk leads over the dome.
Travel with UN Studio to Mars to discover new products and new applications for lightweight architecture: We present the highlights of this year’s Techtextil in Frankfurt.
The pavilion that UN Studio and MDT-Tex have designed for the Amsterdam Light Festival is inspired by luminescent fish from the depths of the ocean.