If you’ve never seen a living roof, I encourage you to walk over to the Pavilion. It has a living roof and a living wall. However, CSU isn’t the only place catching on to living architecture.
In California wine country, they are taking green living to a whole new level. Their green roofs not only have thousands of feet of plants, but they also have 2,500 square feet of solar-panels embedded in them.”‘It’s really cool working underneath something you know is helping the environment and not impacting it in a negative way,” says Christian Oggenfuss, director of marketing for Odette Estate. “I’m pretty proud, actually, that this spot right now is greener than it was when we started.'”
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