MacKenzie Engineering, Inc. sought to transform the interior atrium of 100 Market Place in Portland, Oregon, and turned to GuildWorks for their expertise. The challenge was to install a low-profile flat tensile membrane within two meeting cabanas, allowing natural daylight to grace the interiors with minimal hardware, harmonizing with the existing box frames designed by a local framing company.
GuildWorks selected SEFAR Fabric IL-80-OP for the tensile membrane for its superior filtering quality and clean modern aesthetic. Collaborating with the frame builders, our team improved the frame structure's stability, enabling it to embrace the heightened tension required for the installation. This precision allowed for a flawlessly flat tensile membrane surface, while the design of low-profile specialized membrane plates nestled perfectly into the frame's corners, ensuring perfect alignment and tension adjustments.