Our Work and Our Expertise are all about Fabric.

Every project is unique, but most fit into one of these categories:

 

Fabric Sculpture for Rent or for Sale

We've designed ten collections of proprietary sculptural fabric shapes (over 100 total) engineered, tested, priced and proven in the fast-paced world of events and exhibitions.

Rental elements are available on short notice from our warehouse stock in Maine.

Purchased elements are quickly made to order, with client-selected fabrics and optional graphics.

Hybrid elements use rental frames and purchased "skins", often with client-specific printed graphics.

Basic shapes (made for sale) Easy shapes like circle flats, rectangles, cylinders and boxes for signage, lighting or projection. These are  quickly made to order.

Custom-Made Projects

We're here to satisfy the desire of owners and designers to incorporate the beauty, practicality and technical capability of fabric in their temporary or permanent environments. 

Design/ Build/ Install We know fabric, and we are able to take responsibility for all fabric elements of a project, from creative to installation. We often function as the general or lead contractor, and we can lead, or  coordinate with, designers and producers of graphics, lighting, projection and sound.

Fabric-ators You have a specific design, and you just need someone to build it. We can do that, too!

Where We're Going

Acoustics
When called for, we incorporate fabrics with acoustical properties into our pieces to help make noisy environments more humane.

Daylighting
Using fabric to control light is not new, but using it in a building’s design phase is. We help in this kind of project by making the functional beautiful.

Lighting
The development of affordable, compact and flexible LED lighting has enabled us to incorporate lighting into fabric structures in new and exciting ways. LEDs can be used to provide unique lighting effects, illuminate graphics, and set the mood of a space.

The Fabric Alliance
Transformit is a founding member of the Fabric Alliance, an association of companies, organizations and individuals whose common interest is the development and promotion of sustainable applications of fabric technology.

Natural Fibers
Most of our fabrics are synthetic and nearly all of the material came from oil. Cotton and other natural materials are not stable with humidity changes, and they stain easily. But we have made projects in organic cotton and they have worked. Demand for natural materials is growing, so we are watching and testing.