The stretch ceilings are membranes made of a shape-memory polymer. The system of assemblage is very simple and consists of a perimeter frame and a sheet held in tension on the profile through a harpoon semi-rigid welded on the sheet itself.
The stretch ceilings are produced with a reduction of 7% compared to the size of the space. Then when heated through a hot-air generator dilate until reaching the perimeter anchoring system (profile).
Once brought to room temperature, the sheet tries to return to its original position but remains hooked up to the coupling system. This system allows the removal and replacement of the sheet for an infinite number of times without altering the properties of the ceiling.
The stretch ceiling can cover any shape and dimension, it is possible to create complex shapes such as vaults and domes. It can cover 50 square meters without vertical suspensions and without suffering deformation due to its weight. It is possible to incorporate any suspension element or interlocking as spotlights or vents.