Creating fabric form and organic shapes indoors, MakMax textile interiors use the ingenuity and flexibility of tensile architecture to accentuate interior designs. Being internal, these textile architecture pieces are not subject to high wind loads or external weather conditions, so designers can be even more adventurous than when designing for exterior structures.
MakMax can help create fabric sculptures and organic shapes with different textures and looks. MakMax textile interiors are also functional and can be used as acoustic ceiling and wall panels, increasing natural light translucency with minimal structural support. MakMax textile interiors have been installed in the Green Void in Sydney’s Customs House; in the Moet et Chandon marquee, Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne; and for the MTV Australia awards.