At MOÑITA we put on the market a series of standardised structures that comply with the CTE (Technical Building Code), offering an elegant design, low cost and straightforward installation. These types of small-scale structures known as tensile shade sails can be made in micro-perforated or impermeable fabrics that also create fresh shade.
They are modular structures that can be interconnected to easily cover large spaces. They are made up of a set of poles measuring between 3 and 6 metres wide and a maximum height of 5 metres, as well as micro-perforated or impermeable tarpaulins, with finishes in the colour you choose.
They are made up of a central pole and an upper ring. They are an elegant option for creating shade using structures of different sizes and heights that form a forest of cone shapes.
They consist of a tubular structure with a diameter of between 3 and 8 metres and a maximum height of 8 metres, made up of micro-perforated or impermeable tarpaulins, with finishes in the colour of your choice. If they are made using tarpaulin, all the rainwater is collected in the central pole, before being directed to the soil.