roof garden


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roof garden

n.
1. A garden on the roof of a building, especially one found in an urban setting.
2. The roof or top floor of a building designed for use by the public that often contains outdoor seating or dining facilities.

roof garden

n
(Architecture) a garden on a flat roof of a building
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.roof garden - a garden on a flat roof of a buildingroof garden - a garden on a flat roof of a building
garden - a plot of ground where plants are cultivated
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roof garden

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He is the man who has chased Bohemia about the town from rathskeller to roof garden and from Hester street to Harlem until you can't find a place in the city where they don't cut their spaghetti with a knife.
We believe the addition of a hotel and roof garden will be a great asset to the pub.
475 m 3 flooring, 940 m 3 flooring / trenches, 375 m sewage pipes, 2 600 m 2 paving slabs, 1 350 m 2 asphalt, 90 m concrete angle stones, 70 m concrete workbench, 16 mast / 9 bollard lights, 2,500 m 2 lawn area, 865 m 2 covering areas roof garden, 245 m 2 perennial and shrub surfaces roof garden, 220 m 2 lawn areas roof garden.
1185 Park Avenue is a full-service coop with a concierge, gym, children's playroom, roof garden, private storage, bike room, and European style courtyard garden.
It's planned to keep the roof garden open until the end of July,or even longer if it proves to be a winner.
On September 19 Nicosia's Centre of Visual Arts and Research (CVAR) promises a magical evening under the sky with a concert by four sopranos in the roof garden of their premises.
9] Roof garden or green roof is a roof with vegetative cover, trees, shrubs, grass and even frat vegetable that can be used as a natural environment in an urban setting.
The Ellis Goodman Family Foundation Green Roof Garden South features regional and national native plants, many of which are not currently used as rooftop plants, while the Josephine P.
A diverse group of 216 herbaceous and woody taxa were evaluated in the extensive (growing depth of three to six inches) to semi-intensive (growing depth of 6 to 8 inches) green roof garden.
Based on the top two floors of Monument Mall, The Botanist opened its roof garden overlooking Grey's Monument in Spring, with seating for up to 120 people.
MORE than 100 homes, including many with a roof garden, are set to be built in Cardiff's Creative Quarter at Porth Teigr in Cardiff Bay.
The roof of the building will feature a roof garden named Eden, which will house an infinity pool as well as greenery and outdoor seating areas.