Derived from crystal construction of diamonds and geodesic domes of Buckminster Fuller, these all-weather structures are astonishingly robust but amazingly light at the identical time.
Designed by Heimplanet, the Maverick grew out of a previous iteration, The Cave, which was similarly structured, eschewing strong poles in favor of an remarkable custom airbeam method.
Produced to stand up to winds of more than 100 miles per hour, each and every part of the all-climate Maverick can be separated from the subsequent chamber when deployed. As a end result, the total structure can be inflated at when but a failure in one particular section does not trigger the deflation of the total.
Far more about the materials: “The airbeams are created with a resistant double-layer construction: an additional airtight TPU (thermoplastic urethane) bladder keeps the air within for a lengthy time. An outer jacket manufactured of a large-tenacity polyester material assures further stability, safety and sturdiness.”