"Fabric Architecture is the ideal method for transforming interior environments, utilizing sculptural shapes and sustainable interior designs that are lightweight, easily transported, made from recycled and recyclable materials, and extremely cost effective. Fabric is simply the most powerfully versatile media for environmental graphics, lighting, acoustics, and space articulation. 


Transformit offers Fabric Architecture solutions in a way that no other company can. Visionary designers, builders, architects, and business owners all over the globe rely on the excellence and expertise of the Transformit team, who have engineered, fabricated and installed my work for twenty-five years.

Temporary or permanent, rented or purchased, stock products or custom-made, our installations are found in events, exhibits, museums, schools, hotels, restaurants, retail stores, lobbies and public spaces, in locations all over the world.

Whatever YOUR environment, we can help you Transformit!"

- Cindy Thompson, MFA, Founder
  • The North Face exhibit features acoustic panels, large format graphics and unique lighting solutions in an award-winning, sustainable exhibit.
    The North Face exhibit features acoustic panels, large format graphics and unique lighting solutions in an award-winning, sustainable exhibit.
  • Moon Rays and Star Drops are suspended overhead in the grand hall of Dubai's Metro station.
    Moon Rays and Star Drops are suspended overhead in the grand hall of Dubai's Metro station.
  • Color-changing backlit tension fabric Clouds are suspended over the employee lounge in Mulvanny G2 Architecure's Irvine, CA office.
    Color-changing backlit tension fabric Clouds are suspended over the employee lounge in Mulvanny G2 Architecure's Irvine, CA office.
  • Large-format image shows Michael Phleps dragging a ball and chain across the bottom of the pool in this exhibit for Speedo. Design by Avalon Exhibits, using a Transformit Pablo wall from the Dynamics collection.
    Large-format image shows Michael Phleps dragging a ball and chain across the bottom of the pool in this exhibit for Speedo. Design by Avalon Exhibits, using a Transformit Pablo wall from the Dynamics collection.