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  • Roof garden in the city
  • Small buildings with extensive green roofs and view onto the ocean
  • Undulating green roof with grasses
  • Large green roof with lawn, olive trees and pathways
  • Green roof in the city at night and lots of people meandering along.
  • Meadow with white daisies at a hill.
  • Facade of a building
  • Swimming pool and deck chairs on a roof terrace
  • Seating area on a roof terrace
  • Loungers on a roof terrace
  • Roof terrace with a bar
  • Roof terrace with deck chairs, parasols, plant planters and a swimming pool
  • Wooden decking and plant bed
  • Group seating on a roof
  • Roof terrace with wooden decking and chairs
  • RSX 65 retention spacer elements ready to be installed on a roof
  • RSX 65 retention spacer elements installed on a roof
  • RSX 65 retention spacer elements installed on a roof
  • RSX 65 retention spacer elements are being covered with the System Filter PV
  • Recessed area around the roof outlet
  • Run-off limiter and inspection chamber

Soho House Amsterdam with “Stormwater Management Roof”

Relaxing on a lounger, bathing in the pool with a 360° panoramic view of Amsterdam or simply having a cool drink at the bar? The exclusive design of the roof garden at Soho House Amsterdam provides 900 m² of luxury at a lofty height and in addition to that, makes a valuable contribution to ecology and sustainability.

  • Bird's eye view of extensive green roofs on residential blocks
  • Residential buildings with green courtyard
  • Lawn and small trees in front of residential buildings
  • Newly planted small trees surrounded by residential buildings
  • Lawn, small trees and driveways surrounded by housing blocks
  • Greened area with shrubs and trees surrounded by housing blocks
  • Decorated patios in front of residential flats
  • The waterproof membrane is fitted in a courtyard.
  • The retention spacers RSX 80 are fixed together.
  • The fully installed stormwater management layer RSX 80.
  • Substrate is applied on an underground garage.
  • Newly installed green areas and walkways within a residential complex.

Residential development Noltemeyer Hoefe in Braunschweig

In matters of ecology and sustainability, designers and architects are likely to pay increasing attention to roofs. The huge potential here is illustrated by the residential development, Noltemeyer Hoefe in Braunschweig, with its 5,780 m² of green areas, terraces, pathways and driveways, where cars are parked out of sight in the underground garage. The key feature is that the system build-up “Stormwater Management Roof” can store large volumes of rainwater and release them again at pre-set times.

  • Large building with steep pitched green roof
  • Steep pitched green roof
  • Pitched green roof with palm trees
  • Irrigation driplines on a pitched roof
  • Green roof and roof terrace
  • Pitched green roof
  • Pitched green roof
  • Installation of Shear-Fix LF 300
  • Georaster® elements on a pitched roof
  • Roof gardener on a pitched green roof
  • Pitched green roof with nets made of coconut fibres
  • Pitched green roof with nets made of coconut fibres

The 5-star luxury GD Victoria Hotel by the Grupo Fedola on the Costa Adeje is in one of the most prestigious tourist regions of Tenerife and is spectacularly impressive with its 1000 m² of steep pitched green roof – among the steepest of its kind in Europe. Colourful, droughtresistant flowering plants rise up on both sides of the building and along all seven storeys. As this project is having such an impact on the entire green roof world far beyond the Canary Islands, it has received the “Green Roof Influencer” award.

  • Roof garden in the city
  • Sedum roof
  • Pitched green roof

No other construction concept creates quite the same diversity of benefits for buildings, people and the environment as the green roof. The contribution of these roofs to sustainable building in the 21st century, not to mention their variety of uses, is simply incalculable.

  • System build-up “Stormwater Management Roof”
  • The Run-off Limiters RD 28 and RD 48 seen from above
  • The Run-off Limiters RD 28 and RD 48 seen from above
  • Run-off Limiter set RDS 28
  • Run-off Limiter set RDS 48

New Run-off Limiter sets for Stormwater Management Roofs

Stormwater Management Roofs are not some futuristic vision but an indispensable part of urban planning for the future. A Stormwater Management Roof stores large volumes of rainwater and releases it with a time delay into the sewer system. It is a tried and tested way of reducing the risk of flooding in times when heavy rain events are on the increase.

 

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