Still to be built, Japan's National Stadium, Tokyo, designed by Zaha Hadid, appears to have a retractable roof made of fabric, which will illuminate at night, if cosed.
Oyler Wu's Netscape Pavillion, built by Southern California Institute of Architecture for their graduation ceremony.
From Maharam, Brian Alfred's All Around Us, digitally printed on a fabric made from cellulose, latex and nylon.
Above, plain weave with warp yarns indicated in black and weft or filling yarns indicated in blue. The warp yarns are threaded through heddles on the loom, and rolled on to a beam. Weft yarns are inserted through the shed, formed when some warp yarns are raised and others are not.