Dutch Museum with a green roof
It is not always possible to see stylish and contemporary Museum, emphasizing original design. A striking example of this is the Museum Biesbosch Museum in the Netherlands. The reconstruction of the Museum designers from the Studio Studio Marco Vermeulen Vermeulen for eight months. Also, in addition to reconstruction of old buildings, it was built a new wing, which houses the restaurant and area, which displays contemporary art.
On the new exhibition building, which displays the historical development of a region, did a great job Studio Joyce Langezaal. It also managed to place a library, theater, reception and small shop at the Museum.
The original hexagonal shape of the buildings, the architects decided to keep. That appearance was more harmonious and not so stand out from the surrounding environment, the roofs of the buildings, it was decided to plant grass. Live making not only did the Museum aesthetically pleasing, but also energy efficient.
In the North-West of the Museum green living roof is extra insulation and heat buffer. On cool days all this green allows you to maintain a comfortable indoor temperature of the building. In warmer months the Museum building cooling water from the river that flows through pipelines.
If you look at the roof of the Museum, it seems that they are like a small pyramid made of grass, located on the banks of the river. Take a stroll and admire the beautiful bridge that leads to the river and hangs over a colorful river. Glass wall facades also offer spectacular scenery, and allow plenty of natural light inside the Museum. In the evening looks very fascinating.
In the interior of buildings dominated by a sparkling white. Shiny glossy surfaces beautifully reflect light and fill the Museum by luxury and the share of greatness. Cozy cafe with bright tables, original wooden reception Desk, decorative brook, which is a continuation of the river inside the building, brought to the Museum expressiveness. A unique place in the Museum has a recreation room with green sofas made of grass.