Beautiful gardens on the roofs of houses
• Beautiful gardens on the roofs of houses
If you live in a big city, you know that in the urban area is not so easy to find a peaceful and quiet place to rest. For a long time the main aspect of urban infrastructure was the construction of large multi-storey buildings.
In pursuit of square meters of the city government completely forgotten that man sometimes just want to enjoy the beauty of the trees growing nearby, plant or flower. Fortunately, this situation is changing and more recently in many cities we can observe the beautiful gardens in unusual places sometimes.
Japanese girl collects the rice harvest in the district of Roppongi, famous business - Japan Center.
Roof Garden Vivien Eakin hotel in Hong Kong.
Fern Lee cares for the plants in the garden, located on the balcony of his apartment in Singapore. The rapid growth of the construction of mass housing complex in the post-sixties led to a decrease in the number of private homes, and few people can now afford to have a house with a yard and a plot in the city. At this time, there is a unique urban gardening culture.
Farmland near the Capitol Hill Building in Washington.
Green Garden in Wellington, United Kingdom.
tridtsatimetrovoy vertical garden in the yard Pershing Hall hotel in Paris.
The farmer on the farm the government in Caracas, Venezuela.
The garden on the roof of the building across the street from the International Exhibition Center in Durban, South Africa.
The greenhouse is not the roof of the building in Durban, South Africa.
A woman reads a book in the garden located on the roof of a residential building in Tokyo. Concrete and asphalt, transport, and air conditioning made life in the city hotter. This phenomenon is often found in densely populated metropolitan areas, known as the island effect of high temperature. Green oasis on the roofs help absorb heat and keep a lower temperature inside the building.
Maria Fernanda walks next to the city garden in the Iztapalapa district., Mexico.
A worker in a city garden in Havana.
Worker mowing grass on the roof of a government building, Torshavn.
She unloads flowers, intended for planting in the urban wasteland in London. 'Guerrilla Garderners' movement operates under cover of darkness, armed with seedlings of plants and garden tools. Their goal - to decorate faceless streets.
An employee among the skylights on the green roof of the building of the Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, California.
People walk past the garden barges in London.
Vintage yellow squash from the garden located on the roof of La mutualité building in Paris.
Sibel, a student of biotechnology engineering, harvests of yellow squash.
Lebanese activists plant flowers in the center of Beirut.
Flowering daisies in the indoor garden office building in Tokyo. In areas where they grow flowers, vegetables and rice provided by artificial lighting.
View of the green spaces of the facade of the museum Quai Branly near the Eiffel Tower, Paris. The walls of four-storey building completely covered with 15,000 plants of different species.
Michael Gardener Toblant, inspects vegetables growing on the roof of the museum Palais de Tokyo in Paris.