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... where large subterranean buildings are topped with green roofs that ensure that the complex adopts an unobtrusive presence. photo by cai yongjie

wenchuan earthquake memorial museum’ pictured above takes the form of a ruptured landscape, where large subterranean buildings are topped with green roofs that ensure that the complex adopts an unobtrusive presence. photo by cai yongjie

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Mill Valley Cabins par Feldman Architecture

Riefa® Boards are a light weight, organic, economical alternative to a traditional green roof. Riefa® Boards can be fitted directly onto a root resistant, waterproof membrane, then covered in a layer of living vegetation. Riefa® Board can be used in conjunction with many types of vegetation, including sedum, wildflower, chamomile & herbs. A living roof covering has many benefits including energy conservation, extending the life of a roof. http://www.riefagreenroof.co.uk

All about RIEFA Green Roofs

Riefa boards are a new type of green roof substrate. They are a hi-tech fibre board made from organically grown and sustainable natural resources, including rye flour and tree bark. There are some other ingredients in there too, but forgive me if, for re

Bart & Pieter | Tuinarchitectuur - roof garden - 100 m2 - prairie planting

Jardinage balcon- idées fraîches pour oasis personnalisée

When nature conquer rooftop! I love this urban rooftop terrace, a cool place to relax in this world of concrete!

green roofs More jetzt neu! ->. . . . . der Blog für den Gentleman.viele interessante Beiträge - www.thegentlemanclub.de/blog (Roof Top Design)

Living roofs -- also called vegetative or green roofs -- are growing in popularity in the U. See some of the most stunning examples of green roofs in the world.

This Dutch museum is covered in grass and has a rooftop walkway #FredericClad

This Dutch museum is covered in grass and has a rooftop walkway The Biesbosch Museum in Werkendam, The Netherlands, redesigned by Studio Marco Vermeulen

This 8,000-square-foot home is carefully integrated into the surrounding landscape, which includes more than 130 live oak trees. The bedrooms are buried into a hill and beneath a green roof of edible herbs.

Modern Home Built Into a Hillside With Oak Trees

This home is carefully integrated into the surrounding landscape, which includes more than 130 live oak trees. The bedrooms are buried into a hill and beneath a green roof of edible herbs.

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