[Strawbale]Re: green roof on a straw bale loading wall
smeijer at mail....com.au
Fri May 27 09:34:07 CEST 2005
I have done some researchwork for a design competition and i have
encountered the same problem. At the time I think the only feasable option
to apply a green roof is to build a post and beam frame with strawbale
Archibio http://www.archibio.qc.ca/pages/roof.html from canada has done some
experimenting with a so called 'living roof'. You can order their brochure
which i haven't done, and maybe their ideas can help you.
Stephan Meijer eM-Design
> Hi all!
> i guess that there are some "nebraska" houses with green roof....built....
> i'm planning one....i have to pass all law certification process...i found
> and look at some test of loads that straw bale can carry....and it's seems
> that is not a good idea to have a green roof....
> anybody had already experience with it?
> thank you to all....a great list..
> all the best, valentina
> El 26/05/2005, a las 18:27, Duncan Lithgow escribió:
>>> It's certainly difficult to find. I got there via 'Construction
>> Bloody right it's hard to find - i didn't find it at all! I've now linked
>> [[Strawbale]] to [[Straw bale]] so anyone who spells it like i do
>> 'strawbale' will find it.
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