Architecture, BCS students create tensile membrane structures

April 17th, 2015 Comments Off on Architecture, BCS students create tensile membrane structures

 
Building construction science and architecture students designed and constructed tensile membrane structures (tailgating tents) as part of Associate Professor John Poros’s combined Structures II studio course.
The students tested their designs in The Junction and invited faculty and others to join them for an informal review.

Architecture, BCS students create tensile membrane structures (AKA tailgating tents)

April 9th, 2013 Comments Off on Architecture, BCS students create tensile membrane structures (AKA tailgating tents)

Second-year Building Construction Science and third-year Architecture students designed and constructed tensile membrane structures (tailgating tents) as part of their combined Structures II studio course.
The students tested their designs in The Junction and invited faculty and others to join them for an informal review.

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