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Modern Home Design with Green Roof – Rare Find in Historic Charleston

The November 2016 issue of Charleston Magazine featured the modern designed home of web developer Rich Yessian. The home was built on top of a two story building on King Street in downtown Charleston and highlights many modern design features including a rooftop oasis with...

Roof Garden on New Architects Offices in East Hampton, NY

The Roof Garden atop the new Bates Masi + Architests offices in East Hampton is highlighted in this article of Interior Design Magazine. The project incorporates the GROWVista 2X-8 green roof modules and exemplifies the high end design capabilities of the GROWVista system. The system was...

20,000sf of Green Roof Benefits Installed at Salisbury University

New green roof benefits are growing a top the Guerrieri Academic Commons at Salisbury University Stormwater runoff has been a growing concern and problem in the State of Maryland. Steps are being taken to help reduce the adverse effects of contaminated stormwater runoff in the State....

Green Roof at 301 King Street
Dwell Magazine Article Features GROWVista-2 Green Roof

A Modern Home Floats Above a Traditional Skyline  WRITTEN BY: LUKE HOPPING PHOTOS BY: CHRIS EDWARDS JUNE 4, 2016 ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ININDOOR/OUTDOOR LIVING AS NATURAL PRESERVATIVES A skyward addition to an antebellum Charleston warehouse rises in an architecturally conservative city. Built before modern air-conditioning, Charleston is a city whose definition of indoor/outdoor living is more...

New study shows green roofs improve worker productivity

A study out of Melbourne, Australia shows the role green roofs can play in worker attention restoration and work performance. Study subjects were given a 40 minute break in which they were either given a photo of a green roof to look at or a photo...

Green Roof Project Of The Week

GreenRoofs.com is highlighting our 1600 Meeting Street green roof project as their green roof 'Project Of The Week'. Located just four miles north of downtown in Charleston's Upper Peninsula, a long blighted area of post-industrial brownfields known as "The Neck" is now a booming site of...