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Ziggurat-like roof in London supports 800 sedums, heathers, flowers, and herbs

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by Lucy Wang last modified Aug 05, 2016

The exquisite Garden House was built to replace Whitaker Malem’s former one-story live-work unit located in a small 85-square-meter lot tucked behind Victorian housing. Desirous of more space and access to natural light, the clients turned their self-built home over to Hayhurst and Co, who added a second level and a steeply stepped roof with metal planters filled low-maintenance plants and white pebbles in a set up described by the architects as a bespoke “hanging-basket.” The ziggurat-like...






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