2,666 tree growing through roof Home Design Photos

Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Cady Mountain
Ideabooks108
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What material was used for the flashing/banding on the roof? Looks like oxidized steel??
facing/flashing on roof edge, tongue & groove, skylight
tree growing through roof
green roof
“Rusted metal panels” — reedtuc
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Cady Mountain
Ideabooks40
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A tree grows in wood ceiling . . .
tree growing through roof
tree awning...green roof
“siding and soffit textures” — mwrealestate
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Cady Mountain
Ideabooks51
Questions0
tree growing through roof
butterfly roof...green roof
“Long linear style” — jennaulliac
Prentiss Architects
6 Reviews
Cady Mountain
Ideabooks26
Questions0
tree growing through roof
“Built-in and wall become one by using same materials” — fiercegirl
Mary Prince
9 Reviews
My Houzz Tour: Contemporary Earth Friendly Home in Vermont
Ideabooks306
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green ash tree growing through the roof, a wooden deck floor with earth underneath, and a rock in the floor (symbiotic with the tree). The home was built, symbolically, around the green ash tree. A rubber membrane around the tree at the ceiling keeps water and air out and allows room for the tree’s growth
The plant life and large tree. Greenhouse look with out having to be a full blown green house
I've always wanted a room with a tree growing through it! This is totally awesome.
is there a roof?is this all "outdoors"? i like it
green ash tree growing through the roof, a wooden deck floor with earth underneath, and a rock in the floor (symbiotic with the tree). The home was built, symbolically, around the green ash tree. A rubber membrane around the tree at the ceiling keeps water and air out and allows room for the tree’s growth
“lampara” — amparojimenezv
Milieu Design
11 Reviews
Milieu Design
Ideabooks1,067
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use of cylindrical trees in an alee or line of trees to soften a driveway. These beautiful pears will not grow in my zone but perhaps something with comparable elegance of form can be found.
The pear tree would work well in
areas or as allee tree, full sun
Chanticleer pear. Pyrus calleryana, or chanticleer pear, is considered by many to be a good street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas.
Chanticleer pear. Pyrus calleryana, or chanticleer pear, is considered by many to be a good street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit
Tree for Palo side of hill Chanticleer pear. Pyrus calleryana, or chanticleer pear, is considered by many to be a good street tree because of its tendency not to "litter" leaves. It grows in a pyramidal shape, so it's easy to fit in narrow areas. "For the front yard, my favorite kind of allée
“chanticleer pear tree” — sarahleeob
J. Paul Moore Photography
Moss & Moss Lawns
Ideabooks1,282
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mulch under trees with concrete accents
Should encourage the moss already growing up at the
Its low-growing habit eliminates the need for mowing, and the texture of mosses is a perfect foil for nearby flowering perennials and evergreens. Moss needs no fertilizer and very little water once it's established, but it does not handle heavy foot traffic well. If you want to walk through it daily
it does not handle heavy foot traffic well. If you want to walk through it daily, plan to add a flagstone walkway to avoid damaging your lawn. Depending on the variety, moss is adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native to most states. Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss
it does not handle heavy foot traffic well. If you want to walk through it daily, plan to add a flagstone walkway to avoid damaging your lawn. Depending on the variety, moss is adapted to zones 4 to 10 and is native to most states.Growing tips: Plant it in the spring after the last frost, pressing moss
“it looks a lot like grass but isn't.” — stbarrett
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
South Cove Residence
Ideabooks2,804
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creates a series of outdoor spaces which through classic geometry fade away into the more rugged lakeshore. A simple, yet elegant bluestone terrace bordered by perennials and a low stonewall, creates a space for entertaining on the south side of the house. Large trees of 8" and 10" caliper were planted to
It looks like a Syringa reticulata, or Japanese Tree Lilac. Amelanchiers are not very drought tolerant but Syringas are.
What type of tree is in the fore front? so pretty in bloom
That is a Japanese Lilac Tree. The grass is Morning Light Miscanthus....
phase and as the tree reaches its full height and root depth. Also consider the proximity of your house and outbuildings. Avoid planting the tree so close to buildings that it will interfere with the roof or foundation, which would make it a hazard. Next: More Houzz guides to growing trees
“Shade plus blossom” — jhburgett
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