Tensile Architecture: structural system that predominantly uses tension instead of compression or bending. An example would be a sail shade. Sails are starting to become trendy because they have an aesthetic appeal. Behind the looks, includes serious calculations going on wind loads, tensile strength, curves and deflections. All this influences the choice of fabric that is available.
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