The Fabric Structures Association (FSA) represents companies providing fabric structures and related products to end users. It is dedicated to increasing the use of fabric structures as a viable building material within the architectural community.

Join FSA today for exclusive benefits not found elsewhere in the industry.

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  • Exposure to the educational sector through the annual FSA Student Design Challenge
  • Provide ready-made, accredited American Institute of Architects (AIA) educational resources to architects to build your business
  • Access to a member directory, industry resources and valuable educational materials
  • Learn more about your market with in-depth research and surveying
  • Complimentary subscriptions to Fabric Architecture and Specialty Fabrics Review publications
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STAY CONNECTED
  • Member pricing on advertising in all IFAI publications and free product listing in Specialty Fabrics Review Buyer’s Guide*
  • Member pricing for exhibiting at and attending the annual IFAI Expo
  • Exclusive member pricing on International Achievement Award (IAA) submissions (temporarily postponed due to COVID-19)
  • Be listed in IFAI’s online membership directory
  • Market research opportunities and access to industry materials to help you make informed decisions for your business
  • Opportunities to collaborate with other IFAI divisions and external partners
  • Member exclusive webinars

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Mission Statement

The mission of theFabric Structures Association is to promote the use and growth of fabric and tensile structures and to represent the interests and concerns of the fabric structures industry. The objectives of FSA shall include, but not limited to the following:

  • To increase the use of fabric structures and tensile structures by increasing the general awareness and by influencing the design, engineering and academic communities.
  • To identify issues of common concern of the members and of the industry in general and take a proactive role in seeking solutions for those concerns (e.g. building codes, standards, general awareness, etc.)
  • To seek relationships with other organizations serving this industry.