Wimbledon Tennis Centre

Posted on Mon, 2022-11-14 17:34 by matt

The Wimbledon Tennis Centre in London will expand the facility with an underground stormwater treatment capture system under a green roof.

“This means delivering world-class facilities as well as setting the highest possible standards for the environmental, social, economic, and community benefits we will unlock.

Community Housing

Posted on Mon, 2022-11-14 17:24 by matt


Green roofs—idyllic retreats located at the top of buildings—have become a popular way to beautify urban spaces and provide environmental benefits to structures and the spaces around them. Not to be left out, the University of Denver incorporated a green roof into the design of its new Community Commons building. The expansive green space on the fourth-floor exterior deck nods to the beauty of Colorado’s native plants and the University’s sustainability goals.


Posted on Wed, 2022-04-06 14:28 by matt


FYTOGREEN AUS have recently taken Diamond Sponsorship with GRA.

Fytogreen have established the company as an innovative leader in green infrastructure technology with expertise in green roof & living wall design installation & mainteneance.

Greening Brisbane City

Posted on Mon, 2022-04-04 15:31 by matt

Brisbane is rated as one of the top green global cities.

Not only the largest council in the world but Brisbane City Council is a great place to start when it comes to assessing urban eco credentials — it’s one of Australia’s largest carbon neutral-certified organisations and slashes 600,000 tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions annually.

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Posted on Mon, 2022-04-04 14:13 by matt

The aim for House Mesh’s design, in Austria, was to be integrated into the environment and built from future-oriented materials, and for the vegetation, layer removed by the excavation to be returned to the landscape on the roof.

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Vegetated Cities

Posted on Sun, 2022-04-03 14:24 by matt

With living walls on skyscrapers and offices sprouting rooftop forests, green buildings have never been so popular. 

Vegetation is returning to our cities. The trend started with rooftop planters on City banks in the 2000s, before spreading to the occasional green wall on a luxury hotel. Now, entire urban blocks are being transformed with ever-more ambitious plant projects.

Green Roofs_Promise or Myth

Posted on Sat, 2022-04-02 15:46 by matt

Brooklyn Navy Yard, an industrial complex on Brooklyn’s waterfront, just installed a group of new environmentally friendly rooftops. The project is a partnership with New York City’s Department of Environmental Protection Green Infrastructure Grant program (DEP), which aims to reduce stormwater “and help keep it out of our sewer system,” said the city’s DEP commissioner, Vincent Sapienza.