The Royal Burgers’ Zoo in Arnhem, Netherlands, wants to create awareness for mangroves. They created the largest covered mangrove in the world and Vector Foiltec’s Texlon® ETFE covers it – again. Vector Foiltec covered the first mangrove hall, built in 1983*, and the newest is a testament to the positive results. The Royal Burgers’ Zoo […]

The entrance to the Floriade Exhibition in Venlo is covered by a series of Texlon® ETFE canopies. Vector Foiltec worked closely with architects to create an undulating roof with a feeling of being neither inside nor outside, much like a greenhouse.   The lightweight and airy nature of Texlon® ETFE was inspired by and used […]

The Rotterdam Expertise and Exhibition Centre is part of a new initiative to study the construction of ‘floating communities’. Along with the Rotterdam Climate Initiative, the pavilion is the first of its kind built to showcase sustainable construction and responds to the collective objectives of Rotterdam to ensure the city remains climate change resilient in […]

When the privately owned Burgers’ Zoo located the large woods just outside Arnhem first opened its doors to the public in 1913, visitors were amazed. Never before had they seen such exotic animals being housed in large enclosures that tried to replicate their natural habitats. This was a marked difference from how animals were kept […]