Latvian Architecture Annual Award finalist
The top layer of the building’s roofs is unique. Its green part is like a carpet made of succulents (bliss) and grass, which allows the roof to fit organically into the surrounding extensively maintained lawn. The “green carpet” uses a wide range of plants that are drought-resistant and do not require special care. Plants such as sedum album, sedum cauticola, sedum reflexum, thymus serpyllum, etc. the set provides color and height variability. Green roofs are not only aesthetically pleasing, enriching the surrounding landscape, they also have a number of different advantages – their use can reduce heat loss and energy consumption during the cold periods of the year; reduce cooling load, rainwater runoff, isolate sound, “filter” pollution from rain.