living roof construction | Is a sedum roof covering best for a DIY green roof?

living roof construction Is a sedum roof covering best for a DIY green roof?

Riefa boards are a new type of green roof substrate.  They are a hi-tech fibre board made from organically grown and sustainable natural resources, including rye flour and tree bark. There are some other ingredients in there too, but forgive me if, for reasons of commercial confidence, I don’t expand on them here. But rest assured they are innovative and do what the designer intends. http://www.riefagreenroof.co.uk

Riefa Lightweight Living roofs

This client loves his garden room sedum roof so much he smiles every day.

A green studio that with it's green roof does not distract /take away from a garden atmosphere!

Soon, I will have a house even more like a Hobbit hole. Sedum Roof Drainage System from Mill Valley Cabins

This duo of cabins nestled within a forest in Mill Valley near San Francisco were designed by Feldman Architecture to accompany an existing residential dwelling. The Mill Valley Cabins were built primarily to provide additional recreation.

Drought tolerant, living roof. If my future home can't have a green roof, then I could absolutely have a shed or chicken coop with one! Photograph: Nicola Stocken Tomkins

Lia Leendertz on sedum roofs and tiny gardens

Kingsbury Croft by Designscape Architects  //  Green Roof, Galvanised Metal Frame, Glazing, Extension, Link to Garden, Internal and External Connection, Home, House, Architecture, Roof Light, Contemporary, Modern, Wild Flowers

Kingsbury Croft by Designscape Architects // Green Roof, Galvanised Metal Frame, Glazing, Extension, Link to Garden, Internal and External Connection, Home, House, Architecture, Roof Light, Contemporary, Modern, Wild Flowers

Ipe deck and sedum LiveRoof trays at the International Place Roof Terrace in Boston, MA.

Ronny is telling you:'Ipe deck and sedum LiveRoof trays at the International Place Roof Terrace in Boston, MA.

Curved timber roof with moss sedum. By Roderick James Architects

Curved, moss-sedum living roof on Cedar House in Norfolk, UK by Roderick James Architects

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