Gallery: Ushida Findlay’s Undulating Green-Roofed Park Houses

 

Ushida Findlay Architects (UFA) recently received permission to build this gorgeous eco-friendly, multi-family Park House compound in Preston, UK. The stunning design incorporates sustainable elements such as solar power, extensive use of natural light, and locally-sourced materials, but its defining element is certainly the undulating green roof that links the homes of five branches of a single family.

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  1. Music Hobo November 2, 2008 at 12:24 pm

    This concept has been on going for a good while since about the 60s I think Ford tried something like this once. I’m glad to see it gather more support in recent years. Maybe one day if I find it ethical to build a house I’ll be able to use the concept. :)

  2. venflora November 2, 2008 at 7:43 am

    I want be part of a system or a group that take care of the environment.

  3. alixAZ October 30, 2008 at 5:40 pm

    This looks strangely familiar…. Renzo Piano, Paul Klee Museum…. Check it out!

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