148 intensive green roof Staircase Design Photos

Winn Wittman Architecture
Winn Wittman Architecture
Ideabooks2,304
Questions2
green lobby - categorise areas by colour scheme
Stair rail with crome handrail. It's not my favorite but I can live with it. John, how 'bout green windows? Hahaha
frames on this stunning wall of glass becomes even more striking when showcasing a brilliant green.
The green window frames look modern and fresh. They also enhance the view.
A simple coat of kelly green instantly connects this grid of window framing to the landscape and calls attention to the
Color like this fun green is often applied using a polyester powder coating. The process binds better to metal than paint does, forming a skin that tends to be much stronger
“Baie vitrée” — rodecler
Flavin Architects
19 Reviews
Rooftop Oasis
Ideabooks1,520
Questions2
Steel and glass staircase gives the top floor of this row house a loft-like feel and creates access to a modern roof deck on the roof. A glass floor captures natural light and sends it down through the house via the stairwell.
This staircase is on the top floor a Townhouse leading to the roof deck seen on our profile. The staircase is Steel with Glass panels that have a Wood rail.
access to a modern roof deck on the roof. A glass floor captures natural light and sends it down through the house via the stairwell
Rooftop Oasis Steel and glass staircase gives the top floor of this row house a loft-like feel and creates access to a modern roof deck on the roof. A glass floor captures natural light and sends it down through the house via the stairwell.
“INDUSTRIAL STAIRS WITH GLASS RAILING” — markrosso
ROMA | Eco-Sustainable Building Technologies
3 Reviews
Staircase
Ideabooks3,333
Questions7
this could take us to the roof to star gaze
darker..gray, green or black slate not the rust, golden tones
Might blend well with existing wallpaper...hubby doesn't like green so much so not sure!
love the grey green color of these
this slate is lighter than the daltile brazilian green, but maybe too pale?
... or a consistent gray-green tone.
“Gray green tiles” — kfly212
Mediterranean Staircase
Ideabooks56,686
Questions12
earthy. Bold jewel tones, such as aubergine, emerald green, lapis blue and sunflower yellow, are set against earth-toned backdrops to reflect the region's natural hues. Get this look: If you're a little hesitant to cover your walls in intense color, focus on accents. Classic Mediterranean homes have
“Tiles stairs” — dgholmakani
Zeitgeist sonoma
12 Reviews
Petaluma Modern
Ideabooks107
Questions0
a detached two car garage providing visual and acoustical privacy from the busy family life. The walkway roofs are designed to be turned into green roofs, while the main roof is to serve as a roof terrace for further outdoor living. Photosgraphs, Vern Nelson
“dark metal floating staircase with dark metal banisters and handrails, light painted walls” — kiddo323
Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Archives ID
Ideabooks6,378
Questions3
green moss randomly hanging around the walls
unique kind of green. Good job!
garden is that it can be placed in the most unexpected of places. This secret garden nook takes advantage of an old ladder and embellishes with elegant green hanging features.
To roof
“escalera y orquídeas” — Miguel Valencia
Burr & McCallum Architects
Residence in Sugar Hill, New Hampshire
Ideabooks9,615
Questions4
The door solves the problem of a pitched roof
Green door...green color...green barn door
“Puerta” — andreapesantes
Linda McDougald Design | Postcard from Paris Home
17 Reviews
Lake Keowee: Smith Private Residence
Ideabooks2,192
Questions5
With its cedar shake roof and siding, complemented by Swannanoa stone, this lakeside home conveys the Nantucket style beautifully. The overall home design promises views to be enjoyed inside as well as out with a lovely screened porch with a Chippendale railing. Throughout the home are unique and striking
With its cedar shake roof and siding, complemented by Swannanoa stone, this lakeside home conveys the Nantucket style beautifully. The overall home design promises views to
Just the slightest hint of eggshell/green
“stain on shingle banister” — russhopcus
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