Green Roofs

1. GENO Haus, Stuttgart, Germany

Genohaus
2. Nine Houses, Dietikon, Switzerland

Nine Houses, Switzerland

3. The Solaire, New York, United States

Solaire

4. Fukuoka Prefectural International Hall, Japan

Fukuoka Prefectural International Hall

5. Historial de la Vendée in Les-Lucs-sur-Boulogne, France

Green roof in France

6. Chicago City Hall, United States

Chicago City Hall

7. California Academy of Sciences, United States

California Academy of Sciences

California Academy of Sciences

8. School of Art and Design, Singapore

School of Art and Design

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6 responses to “Green Roofs

  1. Curiosity

    It is bad enogh having to mow the back garden lawn, let a lone the roof!Tough decision but I think number 4 in Japan is impressive. It almost looks like an overgrown Inca temple.

  2. penny

    @ Anne….It does look like an Incan temple. I like the last one.

  3. Curiosity

    The last one looks very soothing and relaxing but I would hope some sunshine would reach the middle part, although maybe the shade is a good thing considering it is in Singapore.

  4. » dave

    The Japanese building is wonderful, but I agree the Singapore College must be impressive from every angle, probably even from insidex

  5. Happy

    These are fabulous examples which show just how easy to go green. The Japanese bldg is amazing! Love the nine houses in Switzerland. Thanks for inspiration Penny! Enjoyed! :)

  6. Sheila

    Oh I love the 2nd one Pen Switzerland very nice , thanks for sharing.

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