Traditional Turf Farmhouses in Skogar, Iceland

Traditional Turf Farmhouses in Skogar, Iceland. 30 Amazing Places on Earth You Need To Visit Part

Back to Nature. Neglecting that once a year weedwack = Christmas trees sprouting from the roof.

Beautiful Norwegian Foliage-Covered Green Roofs Norwegian Grass roof homes – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

The Sami turf house church in Staloluokta, Sweden.

This is possibly the only turf church in the world in the style of the traditional summer turf home, a goahti, of the Sami people. The Sami turf house church in Staloluokta, Sweden.

A traditional Scottish dry stone blackhouse in Canada.

This is a traditional Scottish dry stone home called a Black House however it's in Canada

Ancient Green Roof - the folk museum at Glaumbaer, Iceland. The buildings are partly constructed with turf, with inner hallways between the buildings.

Ancient Green Roof - the folk museum at Glaumbaer, Iceland. The buildings are partly constructed with turf, with inner hallways between the .

The Icelandic stone and turf fishing station at Bolungarvik

Green Roofs around the World - This is one of Iceland's century fishing stations. It's built using thick dry stone walls with a timber roof under thick insulating layers of turf. This is the maritime museum just outside Bolungarvik.

Sedum green roofing

Sedum is an ideal material for an eco-friendly roof that looks good, insulates and reduces water run-off. Green roofs, or living roofs, using our sedum plants are the future of eco-friendly homes.

Green Roofed Viking Houses, a recreation, Newfoundland, Canada. Not a new idea! Green roofs have been covering our heads for thousands of years. Pic: Dylan Kereluk

Reconstructed viking house at L'Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland" - After excavation of Viking objects, there is no doubt that the Vikings discovered America long before Columbus

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