UNIQUE DESIGN, LASTING CONSTRUCTION
Triodetic framing allows vertical, inclined, or curved glass walls to span further and / or withstand high wind pressures.
Tube framing with the Triodetic joint is economical and quick to construct in any profile desired and any project location.
Triodetic contracts pre-approved local glazing suppliers and installers, and oversees the installation process.
It is now apparent that museums with intriguing geometry attract greater public interest and — more importantly — better attendance.
Design challenges for unique free-form roofs include:
- considering unbalanced snow loading
- geometrical demands for cladding systems
- unrestrained cantilevered column support
The Strong Museum, USA
The JFK Library, USA
Nathan Phillips Square, Canada
Ontario Place Cinesphere, Canada
Pittsburgh Children’s Museum, USA
Shah Alam Mosque, Malaysia
Turtle Dome Michigan, USA
Nelha Solar Station Hawaii, USA
Quebec Heliport, Canada
MacMillan Bloedel Conservatory, Canada