Category: Elastegrity


Elastegrity – An adaptation of the Kenneth Snelson/Buckminster Fuller term “Tensegrity” (meaning a structure consisting of two basic units; tension cables, and compression struts, which operates using “tensional integrity.”) In this case the tension cables (which draw inward in tension) are replaced with elastic wires forced into compression by lacing through the mid points of the struts and terminating at… Read more →