General information

  • Location address
    Eivissa Island
  • Location country
    Spain
  • Year of construction
    2005
  • Name of the client/building owner
    Charly Max Club
  • Function of building
    Restaurants & bars
  • Degree of enclosure
    Open structure
  • Climatic zone
    Mediterranean - mild winters, dry hot summers
  • Type of application of the membrane
  • Primary function of the tensile structure
    • Space defining elements

Description

The Charly Max Club in Eivissa Island includes an open air terrace for late night dining. This terrace is now protected by a textile roof.

The roof plan is triangular. Two sides are open to the sea view, and the third is closed by the main building.

Starting from the open sides as horizontal edges, a HP was designed, raised to the out-of-plane point, anchored indirectly to the façade. In doing so, the building closes the raised elevations, and prevents the protected space from escaping towards the sky. In addition, the horizontal borders frame the view, and improve the perception of distance and depth.

The masts are made of double CHS in order to avoid ties, and scalloped edges act as intermediate space, create a smooth transition and increase openness.

The main function of the roof as a night dew shelter is complemented by its eye-catching effect, attracting consumers who can easily recognise the place. At night, the entire roof turns into a beacon of light, providing general diffused warm illumination.

Material of the cover

  • Cable-net/Fabric/Hybrid/Foil
    Fabric
  • Material Fabric/Foil
    Polyester
  • Material coating
    PVC

Main dimensions and form

  • Form single element
    Anticlastic

Duration of use

  • Temporary or permanent structure
    Permanent

Involved companies

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