The roof blanketed in snow, shows happy plants, able to withstand the coldest of winters without dying back.
Located in the Gowanus neighborhood of Brooklyn, this project uses large, pre-grown mats of drought tolerant sedum.
Once a utilitarian, scorchingly hot industrial rooftop, now covered in soft, green plantings.
The drought tolerant sedum blankets and the planters full of native species give this roof a natural feeling.
It's a very zen, relaxing space in a gritty, industrial part of the city.
Fall colors turn to bright red as the weather gets colder, in a healthy response to the seasons.