GFRP stands for Glass Fiber Reinforced Plastic, which is a composite material made of plastic reinforced with fine glass fibers. The combination of plastic and glass fibers results in a material that is strong, lightweight, and durable. GFRP is commonly used in various industries, including construction, automotive, aerospace, and marine applications.

At just 20% of conventional concrete dome weight, it poses as the perfect solution for Mosque

Reducing the weight of construction materials, such as using lightweight alternatives like GFRP, allows for more efficient structural designs. With lighter materials, structures experience less load, enabling architects and engineers to decrease the number of columns required for support, optimizing space and reducing construction costs.

Here is how it is being constructed in a sequential form, from shaping it as a panel to installing it onto the building

Besides being used as the material to construct dome, it is also applicable for other purposes, one of the most notable one is Singapore Art Museum

The ArtScience Museum in Singapore is a distinctive museum located within the integrated resort of Marina Bay Sands. It is known for its iconic lotus-inspired architecture and its interdisciplinary approach to exploring the intersection of art, science, culture, and technology. The museum hosts a variety of exhibitions and interactive displays that engage visitors in innovative and thought-provoking ways.

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