Green Roofs Animal Homes. These new and fresh green prefab green roofs are really fun to watch. Besides being used as a home for your pet, symbolizing his love of nature and vegetation as well. Get a home to add a glorious effect in your home.
Green Roofs dog house Animal
Move the cursor over Michelle Kaufman, these new manufactured leave you and your pet drooling. LA-based Sustainable Pet Design combines green living, healthy, non-toxic paints and your pet to create this sustainable Animal House Green roofs. Now the man’s best friend feel confident that your house has a low environmental impact and that he or she is not the inhalation of toxic gases all night.
Stephanie Rubin, a landscape architect, created the first pet home after their dogs, soft durable, Rafale, has been lost to cancer. Just as we are entitled to a healthy environment, like our pets. So he teamed up with Chris painter / sculptor Isner to build homes for pets durable, made from sustainably harvested, the untreated cedar planks, low VOC paints and green roofs or no.
Do not have a dog? Do not worry, your pet will not be left out in the cold. Pet Homes are also available for sustainable birds and cats. And I’m sure a personal greeting for your monkey or ferret can be designed. The houses are not cheap, but when you compare the cost of a vet bill for a sick animal, the cost may not seem so bad.
Gallery of Green Roofs Animal Homes
Animal houses come in different shapes and sizes. Each one is custom made for your pet and location. Native vegetation is planted on the roof, according to its climate and natural precipitation. There is no need of water or maintenance of these plants much. Each Green roofs is a vertical extension of the roof structure and consists of vegetation, a culture medium, a filter membrane, drainage and sealing side or maintaining Fifi Fido dry.
I know that my puppy would love to curl inside one of these Green roof houses, but I’m sure it would eat the ceiling above it.
Images Credit: Sustainable Pet Design
See Also: Green Roofs Shutter Island
A futuristic Nature Activity Center for Oostvaardersplassen. The building is a blend with its surroundings, and has no front or back. Denoldervleugels architectural firm has developed the concept of Nature Centeractivity, scheduled for Oostvaardersplassen (OVP). It will be built on the edge of the forest overlooking the fields Oostvaarders fields and can be surprised by its beauty and ease of echo. The interior and exterior are designed to provide sufficient space to accommodate a variety of activities.
The building is a blend with their surroundings, and has no front or back.
The structure of the activity center is designed by combining the expertise of an ecologist and a landscape architect. A completely different look designed for the building, you will not have front or back, mixed with their natural environment. Thearchitectural attributes of the structure is supposed to give you peace, both physically and mentally.
A thin glass facade that separates the inside and outside the building with an open floor plan, giving a flexible configuration. Durable materials used in its construction and, therefore, the overall building design will ensure it stays in tunewith nature.
Much emphasis was placed on the ecology of the building as it is essential to the existence of this center of eco-friendly. The concept revolves around making this afriendly character structure, not vis-à-vis to jeopardize the services offered.
Images Credit: Denoldervleugels
Barrier could be the most interesting / strange that we have seen – located inLincoln, Massachusetts, home to Bob Davoli and Eileen McDonagh, the fence hasbeen designed by landscape architect Kim Mikyoung steel …
The structure of the snakes were sculpted and waves throughout the property.
“The fence‘s all done with only seven pieces of modular, pre-cut Cor-Ten steel bar swith a width of between two and five bars of thickness. According to the angle at which you can see, the fence can appear transparent or opaque. ”
The end of the wagon wheel fence, an ongoing project, it is more than 1000 cars and old tractor wheels and is in Union town WA throughout the U.S. 195. The Dahmen historic barn built in 1935, and the barrier of the wheel, is being renovated.
Images Credit: Creative Fences