Fabritecture ETFE projects combine functionality with aesthetic architecture to create innovative designs that test the parameters of traditional tensile fabric structures. Over the past twenty years, awareness of ETFE and its uses in construction projects has increased. High profile projects such as the Eden Project in the UK and the Beijing Olympic Aquatics Centre (also known as “the Watercube”) have brought ETFE into the limelight.

Today, ETFE is increasingly being specified on a wide range of projects in retail and commercial developments, and sports facilities, particularly stadia roofing.

To learn more about ETFE, visit our Knowledge section

To view our ETFE projects, visit our ETFE Portfolio

Our Projects

Cockburn Aquatic Centre, ARC, ETFE, Fabritecture, fabric structure Cockburn Aquatic & Recreation Centre

Cockburn Aquatic and Recreational Centre in Perth, Australia underwent a $109 million redevelopment in 2016/17, providin...

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14128-jakarta-etfe-2015-fa-42 Jakarta ETFE Canopy

Fabritecture installed the ETFE pillow roof structure covering an internal courtyard. A ‘floating’ canopy made from ...

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14063-elizabeth-etfe-2015-fa-23 Elizabeth Quay

The Elizabeth Quay Ferry Canopy is an innovative fabric architectural ETFE structure with custom printed artwork and an ...

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13307-dockside-pvc-etfe-2014-fa-4 Dockside Pavilion

This unique ETFE venue was installed by Fabritecture to accommodate business, events, and the local community during the...

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Barangaroo ETFE Canopy Sydney 1 Barangaroo South ETFE Canopy

The Barangaroo South ETFE Loggia project was awarded to Fabritecture as part of the development of the new Lend Lease of...

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14153, Warringah, ETFE, 2016, FA 34 Warringah Mall ETFE Atrium

As part of Warringah Mall’s $310 million redevelopment, Fabritecture was contracted for the design and supply of 4 lar...

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