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Amazing Green Roofs: Green Grass Roofs on Recyclable Homes

Thursday, March 20, 2014 Category: Architecture, Amazing Green Roofs: Green Grass Roofs on Recyclable Homes.
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These impressive homes in the Swiss study are really those who saw the Hobbits live in the Lord of the Rings. Made from recycled materials and green roofs, which are very environmentally friendly and has a scene that seems out of this world. In fact, if you just take a look at the houses in a remote location on the error you made on one side of the lake plain, but beautiful.

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Hidden Homes on a Private Pond-Green Grass Roofs on_115Recyclable Homes

We are really in the houses buried by Inhabitat - the flower form of madness in Britain one of these houses 700 years ago in Iran hobbit, have traveled the world looking for the coolest small. So you can imagine how we feel when we find this little gem hidden by Vetsch Architektur charming. Concrete and earth, the Swiss property is actually a group of houses covered with grass surrounding a beautiful little lake. In addition to using natural and recycled materials and has a green roofs, the structure was built with the construction of houses typical of the land, resulting in an insulating layer that protects from rain, cold temperatures, wind and natural abrasion.

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The area is quite wide and consists of nine houses - three 3 bedrooms, 4 bedrooms, bedroom 5, three 6 rooms 7 rooms and - clustered around a lake. To maximize natural lighting, areas that are most used during the day is to the south and north areas of the night. Bathrooms and stairs to the sitting of land between the two and all the bathrooms receive natural light through skylights.

While the basement and parking lot (yes, there is an underground car park) were built using conventional methods, the ground floor was built entirely with mud house typical of pulverized concrete technology. The home also uses recycled glass and topped with a green roofs for protection, which can be used to grow grass or edible plants.

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Hidden Homes on a Private Pond-Green Grass Roofs on_114Recyclable Homes

Hidden Homes on a Private Pond-Green Grass Roofs on_116Recyclable Homes

Hidden Homes on a Private Pond-Green Grass Roofs on_116Recyclable Homes

Hidden Homes on a Private Pond-Green Grass Roofs on_117Recyclable Homes

Hidden Homes on a Private Pond-Green Grass Roofs on_117Recyclable Homes

Hidden Homes on a Private Pond-Green Grass Roofs on_118Recyclable Homes

Hidden Homes on a Private Pond-Green Grass Roofs on_118Recyclable Homes

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