Technotense leader takes DIY approach

August 1st, 2022

When Cesar Eloy Pérez founded Technotense  in 2019, he wanted to create a company that would professionalize the industry of designing, building and installing lightweight tensile structures.  “I wanted to change the way structures were made in Mexico,” he says. “There  were a lot of people who weren’t very professional and were making things how […]

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Fabric’s role in revitalizing neglected urban areas

January 1st, 2019

Like other rust belt cities, Detroit began declining decades ago, propelled by a combination of bad luck, bad timing, bad decisions and economic transformations that delivered additional crushing, seemingly fatal, blows. Its condition was such that not so long ago, numerous companies sprang up offering tours of the city’s ruined buildings and factories—a somewhat morbid […]

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