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Graham Design and Construction
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Green roof garden shed
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Garden shed with green roof. Sedum planting, kentucky harvested poplar, reclaimed windows, and home-made barn door hardware.
How much weight is the roof engineered to hold?
I'm no green roof expert, so take what I say with some skepticism. The goal is to keep your growing medium as light as possible. That's why I used lava rock for the
calculated additional weight for snow load. You'll have to research what kind of growing medium you'll need depending on what you intend to grow on the roof. Our mix was designed to grow sedum plants which like dry soils. As far as the footers/piers, I can't really comment too much on that b/c each part
slab!). And makes sense on the 3/4", I'd assumed that would be required with all the weight; seems like it's basically engineered like spanish tile roof? On the weight calculation - 2500 #s seems low to me? What is the growing medium? I've seen a lot of these designed with slate chunks and 4 inches
“BS11” — Helamin
Janiczek Homes
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Sustainable chicken coop
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Here is an example of a sustainable chicken coop using all recycled material. Also featured is a living green roof.
Chicken coup with a garden roof!
I like the idea of adding a green roof
Love the green roof on this coop!
Living green roof on chicken coop. Would be great for succulents and low-water plants that can survive west Texas sun!
“Roof” — ironfist50
Green Roofs of Colorado
Fishcreek Falls Steamboat
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Green Roof with Succulents / Succulents in
Many people think that a green roof has to be planted with sedum or other succulents because it's impossible or prohibitively expensive to irrigate a green roof. The reality is
Beautiful plant mix, apparently suitable for a green roof.
various species of succulents used on the roof.
Myth No. 4: Green roofs are difficult and costly to irrigate. Many people think that a green roof has to be planted with sedum or other succulents
Myth No. 4: Green roofs are difficult and costly to irrigate.Many people think that a green roof has to be planted with sedum or other succulents because it's impossible or prohibitively expensive to irrigate a green roof. The reality is that all green roofs require irrigation in the beginning while
“techo verde” — bacteria
site lines architecture inc.
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Stealth
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green roof and rain water collection
Green roof = Deer proof garden, insulation, longer lasting roof and recycling of rain water. It is just overwhelmingly an opportunity to make something
A properly designed green roof will also have a root barrier to stop plants from trying to root too deep. This homeowner elected to have his vegetable garden on the roof (perhaps to keep it safe from hungry animals).
There is no evidence to suggest that green roofs are more
A properly designed green roof will also have a root barrier to stop plants from trying to root too deep.This homeowner elected to have his vegetable garden on the roof (perhaps to keep it safe from hungry animals).
“Urban vegetable garden” — Daniel Bowman
Kipnis Architecture + Planning
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Green Roof
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The roof features a green roof area and solar thermal panels. Photo Credit: Kipnis Architecture + Planning
Green Grid - Green Roof System
Kipnis Architecture + Planning “The roof features a green roof area and solar thermal panels. “Green Grid - Green Roof System” “out green roof and solar energy design.”
Plants in planters on the roof will keep the roof cool
I love a well-thought out green roof and solar energy design.
“Kipnis Architecture + Planning “The roof features a green roof area and solar thermal panels. “” — Sonja Sare
TEA2 Architects
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Idaho Retreat - Gate House
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Very whimsical. First good use of a green roof I've seen.
I like the green roof
roof lines and truss
Nice stone, shed dormer roof
Steep roof, rocks, wood
green roof and gray house
exterior green roof...Flair to Roof...Entry roof...Green Roof...teal roof
“front porch pediment” — The Letlow Company, LLC
GreenRoof Asia
Australian International School, Hong Kong
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luxury. Not only does it look beautiful, but it can actually improve your building's efficiency. Richard Cooke of Green Roof Asia says he always puts a drainage layer and filter fleece on the roof before installing a rooftop lawn. "Adding a lawn to your rooftop can act as a second waterproofing layer," he
he says. "A lawn reacts like a sponge, catching rain, and the absorption can actually help serve as an additional protective membrane between your roof and the interior below."
“Organic stepping stones” — Zugai Strudwick Architects
Louise Lakier
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Mixed Use Elegance
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combo of threadleaf Japanese maple and green grasses under it.
Outdoor seating in the garden on a bed of oyster shells. The slanted roof above is a green roof. LL: What advice would you offer to other homeowners?DM: Build your dreams and don't listen to the naysayers. People thought I was crazy. They couldn’t see my vision until it was finally executed, and then
“furniture” — eveross
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