Drones can weave tensile architectural structures Share: Calum Lindsay | 3 March 2017 Leave a comment One-minute movie: Swiss architecture firm Gramazio Kohler Architects and roboticist Raffaello D’Andrea have collaborated with ETH Zürich to investigate how drones can be programmed to "weave" simple tensile structures in the air. Read more about Flight Assembled Architecture › Read more: Videos by Dezeen Architecture videos Technology videos Drones One-minute videos Tensile structures Technology Videos Subscribe to our newsletters Your email address Dezeen Debate Our most popular newsletter, formerly known as Dezeen Weekly. Sent every Thursday and featuring a selection of the best reader comments and most talked-about stories. Plus occasional updates on Dezeen’s services and breaking news. Dezeen Agenda Sent every Tuesday and containing a selection of the most important news highlights. Plus occasional updates on Dezeen’s services and breaking news. Dezeen Daily A daily newsletter containing the latest stories from Dezeen. New! Dezeen In Depth Sent on the last Friday of every month, Dezeen in Depth features original feature articles, interviews and opinion pieces that delve deeper into the major stories shaping architecture and design. Dezeen Jobs Daily updates on the latest design and architecture vacancies advertised on Dezeen Jobs. Plus occasional news. Dezeen Awards News about our Dezeen Awards programme, including entry deadlines and announcements. Plus occasional updates. Dezeen Events Guide News from Dezeen Events Guide, a listings guide covering the leading design-related events taking place around the world. Plus occasional updates. We will only use your email address to send you the newsletters you have requested. We will never give your details to anyone else without your consent. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking on the unsubscribe link at the bottom of every email, or by emailing us at [email protected]. For more details, please see our privacy notice. Thank you! You will shortly receive a welcome email so please check your inbox. You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link at the bottom of every newsletter.