Search google for the material itself, I believe its architectural use began in the 1950s with John Deere by Eero Saarinen, later Kevin Roche John Dinkeloo & Associates. Dinkeloo is reputed to have been the man. Check out its use on later projects on http://krjda.com/
- also used by KRJDA at Ford Foundation, Cummins Engine Company Components Plant (UK), Richardson-Vicks, Inc. Headquarters.
The sculptor Anthony Caro made much use of the material in the 1970s, as did architect-sculptor Eamonn O'Doherty with his 1985 hooker sails in Galway's Eyre Square http://www.galwayenterprise.ie/photodestination/images/fountain1_JPG.gif
Recent architectural uses include the SchwabenGallerie in Stuttgart by Berlin architects LÃ©on Wohlhage Wernik http://www.graphisoft.com/community/success_stories/leon.html
, Ian Ritchie's Concert Platform, Crystal Palace Park, London http://www.galinsky.com/buildings/crystalpalacepark/index.htm
, Brady Mallalieu's Barra Park Open Air Theatre in London http://www.riai.ie/gallery.html?type=regional&year=2005&item=21
and the amazing, snake-like Natural History Museum in Niigata Prefecture by Takaharu and Yui Tezuka http://www.ad.ntust.edu.tw/grad/think/92modernwork/02/A9213016/A9213016/museum/index.htm