NYC ROOFTOP GARDENS AND HOUSES
Some of New York City’s rooftop houses and gardens (photos from Apartment Therapy, Treehugger and Brooklyn Roof Garden)
Posted by DESIGN SQUISH
December 19, 2009
on 12/19 at 08:20 PM
congratulations! found you via time online! what a cool blog!
on 12/20 at 04:40 AM
Thanks! Your blog is cool too! I really like the hedgehog.
on 12/20 at 11:34 AM
I really like finding the green spots in a city.
You might like the decorated Xmas tree I found on Wimbledon Common in London a couple of days ago.
It really surprised me!
on 12/20 at 09:34 PM
Very nice, I wish that this could be seen through out the whole world, that would make the world look so much better. All the current empty roofs are wasted spaces, with this idea we can contribute more to our mother earth.
on 12/21 at 01:49 PM
To This Makes My Day,
I don't know how much it would contribute to saving "mother earth", but I am always excited to solutions that are not ordinary, especially in the city with not a lot of space and not a lot of trees.
on 12/21 at 01:57 PM
Thanks for the link to the Christmas tree in the woods. It is really beautiful!
on 12/21 at 05:24 PM
I mean to say that it's better to put a garden on a roof than only bitumen. It's better to use empty wasted spaces that way.
on 12/22 at 07:39 PM
It is not a bad idea to have gardens on roofs when a neighborhood is severely lacking in green space. (The importance of green space in the city for children and adults)