A sloping green roof hides the split level interior of Belgium’s discrete House Pibo
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The sloping green roof is covered in several species of flowering plants that change appearance throughout the year. Its facade is sheathed in a rubber membrane that waterproofs the interior and gives an opaque look to the exterior. A large protruding volume marks the main entrance and acts as a passage that leads bellow ground surface. The only other visible volume is a large window that allow natural light to flood the dining area. Related: Beautiful Norwegian Foliage-Covered Green Roofs In...