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Roger Christ, Germany, House S, glazing, natural light, green roof, urban farming, rooftop garden, rooftop farming, urban development, green design, sustainable design, eco design, energy efficiency

The three new boxes on the roof house a master bedroom, dressing room and bath room, as well as a personal living room and home office. There’s a meadow and apple tree in one corner, a courtyard and pine tree in another, and yet more green space is populated with a magnolia. This urban rooftop space is managed so well that the family can even watch movies projected on an outside wall.

Downstairs, the original bungalow was gutted to create a large open plan centered around a kitchen. There’s also space for the children, a spare room, and a dressing room. Downstairs and upstairs, triple glazed windows pump plenty of natural light into the entire house without a lot of solar gain, making this beautiful renovation super energy efficient too!

+ Roger Christ

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