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SEFAR Architecture is a leading manufacturer of monofilament precision and ePTFE yarn fabrics and fabric systems for interior and exterior architectural applications. With comprehensive knowledge in textile architecture, Sefar has cooperated with experienced lighting technicians and polymer experts to develop a new generation of fabrics for the architectural and design community. For more information on SEFAR Architecture’s products and services, call 716-683-4050 or visit www.sefar.us.

University of Birmingham Library Facade Modernized and Optimized with SEFAR® VISION Fabric

University of Birmingham Library Facade Modernized and Optimized with SEFAR® VISION Fabric

The glass façade of the new University of Birmingham library in Birmingham, UK employs the beauty of SEFAR® Architecture's VISION fabric interlayer while benefiting from its daylighting and energy management capabilities. The new library is one of the key features…

Museum Extension at the Tate Gallery of Modern Art Features SEFAR LIGHTFRAME®

Museum Extension at the Tate Gallery of Modern Art Features SEFAR LIGHTFRAME®

Museums offer visitors a visual experience made possible only through ideal lighting solutions. SEFAR® Architecture LIGHTFRAME® effectively and elegantly illuminates the displays at the Tate Gallery of Modern Art, allowing works from Van Gogh to Warhol to shine.The museum's designers,…

SEFAR® Architecture TENARA® Fabric Transforms Courtyard at Hotel Charleston

SEFAR® Architecture TENARA® Fabric Transforms Courtyard at Hotel Charleston

On the northern coast of Columbia lies the port city Cartagena, site of Hotel Charleston. Located within walls designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Hotel Charleston courtyard is now completely covered with a retractable fabric canopy courtesy of SEFAR®…

Expansion at Iceland's Keflavik International Airport Features SEFAR® VISION

Expansion at Iceland's Keflavik International Airport Features SEFAR® VISION

SEFAR® VISION fabric, laminated into the exterior glass façade of a new terminal at Keflavik International Airport in Iceland, adds a striking and sustainable element to the country's growing transportation hub.In 2016, the airport saw nearly seven million passengers, almost…

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