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Modern Seaweed House Revives Tradition of Seaweed-Thatched Roofs

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Designed by Danish architect Tegnestuen Vandkunsten for client Realdania Byg, The Modern Seaweed House features the use of seaweed in thatch-like layers on the roof in a manner that has become a disappearing tradition on the Danish island of Læsø, where only twenty such historical houses remain.

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SOAK in a Pop-Up Spa Repurposed from Reclaimed Shipping Containers

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San Francisco startup, SOAK, inspired by Amsterdam saunas and dubbed, “an urban bathhouse for healthy hedonists,” has turned shipping containers into a spa that can be transported to any urban location.

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Eagle Ridge Does Much with Little and Wins 2013 AIA Housing Award

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Winning the 2013 American Institute of Architects (AIA) Housing Award in the One and Two Family Custom Housing category, Eagle Ridge is located on Orcas Island off the coast of Washington state. It was designed by Gary Gladwish Architecture to satisfy the client’s desire for high levels of energy efficiencies while accommodating accessibility concerns.

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Xero Flor America Green Roof Named in GreenRoofs.com Project of the Week

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GreenRoofs.com, a website that regularly posts information about new construction and renovation projects that include a green roof or rooftop garden, has featured in their Project of the Week the renovation of the headquarters of Xero Flor America (XFA), the official and exclusive U.S. distributor for the Xero Flor Green Roof System.

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Green Roof on Children’s Hospital Contributes to LEED Potential

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Three green roofs can be seen from many of the patients’ rooms at the new Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital that was dedicated last November. A 6,000 square foot terrace green roof, with a deck that is accessible only to patients and families, utilizes the LiveRoof® Hybrid Green Roof System, a modular green roof system.

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Mosstika’s Edina Tokodi Invades NYC with Living Green Enviro-Graffiti

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New York City-based artist collective, Mosstika, has been utilizing their guerilla tactics in an effort to “evoke the call of man back to nature.” Believing that our relationships to territories would be more balanced if we all had our own gardens, Mosstika artists bring together nature and art in the creation of touchable, living art in unexpected places.

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