Elevating Campus Spaces: Azure and Zonda Tensile Structures at UWE
Enhancing Campus Spaces: Azure and Zonda Tensile Structures at UWE
Explore how the Azure and Zonda tensile structures by Tensile Fabric Structures Ltd. are revitalising outdoor spaces at the University of the West of England (UWE) in Bristol. Delve into how these innovative installations redefine the landscape of UWE’s campuses, providing functional covered areas for students and faculty year-round.
The Azure tensile structures, installed at UWE’s Frenchay campus, stand as iconic features, offering both functionality and architectural elegance. With their minimalist lines and expansive coverage, these structures create versatile environments for a multitude of activities such as dining, studying, socialising, events, and relaxation.
Azure structures, characterised by affordability and sophistication, feature polyester powder-coated masts and Serge Ferrari 502 PVC-coated polyester fabric. From covered walkways to seating areas, Azures cater to diverse campus requirements. Integrated lights in the columns illuminate the canopies at night, extending their usability and creating a captivating atmosphere after dark.
The Zonda tensile structures, installed at UWE’s Glenside and Bower Ashton campuses, make a bold statement with their minimalist design and vast coverage and are ideal for larger areas. Featuring tensioned PVC membrane canopies, Zondas are ideal for exhibition spaces, event stages, and seating areas.
Strategically placed across UWE’s campuses, Azure and Zonda structures create waterproof covered seating areas for students and faculty. From courtyards to dining spots like Wild Kitchen and Wafflemeister, these structures enhance campus life.
With versatility, durability, and aesthetic appeal, the tensile structures at UWE’s campuses redefine outdoor spaces. Whether studying, dining, or socialising, these structures enrich the campus experience, embodying innovation and excellence in architectural design.