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House behind the Roof by Superhelix Pracownia Projektowa

Archinect

To ensure the privacy of the residents, the house is hidden from access road and northern neighbors behind the roof surface. This explains the name - House behind the Roof. The northern roof of the building is covered with succulents and photovoltaic cells were placed on a well-sunlit southern part.

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4 Solutions for Roofs without Eaves (and their Construction Details)

ArchDaily

But for some time now, we have seen plenty of projects with sloping roofs without eaves, forming pure and unornamented volumes. This brings us to the question: in these projects, how are practical issues such as draining rainwater? Read more »

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Dual Roof Extension in Kingston by Square One Architects

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This recently completed project located in the London Borough of Kingston Upon Thames is spread between two semi-detached Victorian properties which both sought to extend their roof spaces. The four dormers are joined together with a mansard roof which gives the illusion that the dormers are.

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Eco-Friendly Roofing Materials

Aric Gitomer Architect

Every homeowner must replace their roof shingles at some point. Roofs are the “guardians” of your home. Their primary job to withstand harsh weather makes it necessary for you to select a high-quality roof for your home. Selecting the right kind of roof in the present could save you money in the long term. How to Proceed.

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Construction underway of major timber roof for ZGF’s Portland airport expansion

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As we reported last year, the ZGF -designed expansion will include a roof formed of 2.5 New images of the scheme by roof installers Mammoet show components for the timber roof being moved into place on the construction site. million feet of timber.

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3XN and GXN offer insights into unique roof design behind Sydney Fish Market

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Image credit: 3XN The building’s undulating roof is described by 3XN as “an integral aspect of the fish market’s iconic design” as well as being key to its overall sustainability strategy. When completed, the 700,000-square-foot building will be the largest fish market in the southern hemisphere.

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This double-curved roof house by Mecanoo is covered in slick multicolored tiles

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Mecanoo has designed a distinctive residence with a striking double-curved roof and ceramic tile-covered façade in Schoorl, a village in northern Holland. Called Villa BW, it spans three floors, with an additional level within the hood of the roof. Image: Ossip van Duivenbode, courtesy Mecanoo.

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