TENSILE MEMBRANE STRUCTURES AT WORLD FAIRS

Nemanja Ranđelović

DOI Number
https://doi.org/10.2298/FUACE220501006R
First page
035
Last page
047

Abstract


World Fairs provide the opportunity for all nations to show their achievements to the rest of the world. In addition to state of the art developments in science, technology and culture, Expos also became the showcase for architecture. The history of application of tensile membrane structures at Expos started in 1958 in Brussels and continues until today. This paper researches the progress of tensile membranes through the structures built for World Fairs.

Keywords

tensile membrane structures, world fair, expo, lightweight structures, tension structures

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