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No matter the weather! Even severe rain and wind cannot stop the installation team from successfully turning this roof in Brest into a green roof. #toitvegetal #greenroof #installation #brest #sedum #sempergreenfrance #greenbuilding #rainingcatsanddogs #roofing #sedumroof #greeninfrastructure #greencity #installationteam

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Mark watering in our latest green roof installation in Newcastle. Connecting man made spaces with the surrounding environment has worked seamlessly with this project 🌝

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Green roof from above at The Oregon Conservation Center. . . . . . #greenroof #oregonconservationcenter #thenatureconservancy #leedgold #pdxarchitecture

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First native plants to move to our green roof~ we’ll be transplanting at sunset each day to let the newbies settle in after the intensity of the sun 🌞 🌵 #greenroof #sustainablefuture #tallerdeterreno #desertlife #offgrid #offgridliving #torote #elephanttree #oceanview #roofwithaview

6 months ago 5
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Come find us at booth 849 at Vancouver BUILDEX. We can talk about the importance of native species for your green roof projects, how to avoid membrane penetrations on your roof and much more! #buildexvancouver #greenroof #vancouver #zinco #thegreenroofexperts #lifeonroofs

16 days ago 5
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I'm so happy to be staying in a hobbit cobin! Built by a professional cob builder Miguel Frazier Elliot, I can't help but notice the similarities between hand building a house out of earth, and making pots out of clay. And it has a succulent green roof! 🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿 He writes in his book Living Earth Structures: "When I'm working, I'm dancing. Dipping my toes into a pile of mud, I begin the stomp, an ancient two step that is part of turning wet Earth into walls with two bare hands and feet. It's a 10 minute dance to turn this earthen mixture into building material-usually done to a background of chants and live drumming music... then I take the squishy clay, mixed with the sand and straw, and begin the real fun of sculpting-kneading, working and forming the wet earth into rounded forms. After days of primal play I will have something that will bring long-term pleasure or comfort-a dome sauna, an enclosed bench, a pizza oven or a little backyard meditation hut. This is COB, a prehistoric building technique taking simple clay soil and mixing it with sand, clay, straw, and water. It may be ancient but my living earth structures have a back to the future quality to them. They are so primitive they are positively hip-the ultimate in sustainable and local construction." 🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿🌿#cobhouse #handbuilthouse #hobbithouse #livingearthstructures #handbuilt #petaluma #california #airbnb #hobbitlife #hobbit #clay #miguelfrazierelliot #clay #clayhouse #clay #sustainableliving #sustainability #naturelover #succulentroof #succulentlover #succulents #greenroof

3 years ago 7
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The Avling Brewery green roof, a project by Zinco Canada, is both a rooftop garden providing fresh produce for the kitchen and a space for educational workshops on growing edible plants year-round! Incorporating a wide variety of edible plants and good soil quality, the garden reproduces a natural ecosystem, attracting bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. So far, the garden has produced purple and green beans, basil, mint, tomatoes, zucchini, beets, radishes, salad greens, oats, and buckwheat! Avling Brewery is hosting a four-part urban farming workshop series to support both seasoned farmers and new ones in their plant-growing adventures, whether on a balcony or in the ground. Attendees will take home hand-outs and garden goodies to help them grow delicious food at home. Link to register is in their bio!

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We are sharing our greenest projects; Kağıthane Cendere Valley, which was an agricultural zone under the Ottoman Empire and later an industrial zone, is today an area of Istanbul that appears to be “forgotten,” its high-rise apartment buildings and squatter areas crossed over by a viaduct. It does remain a rather green space, as opposed to most of the rest of the city. The project aims to preserve Cendere as an ecological corridor with low-rise shopping arcades along the main avenues, semi-open shaded spaces and a whole green roof as a buffer zone between private and public areas. #EAA #EmreArolatArchitecture #İstanbul #masterplan #greenroof #ecological #eaaistanbul

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