Grass roofs in Norway

0 Posted by - September 17, 2010 - Architecture

In Norway, a country of “natural economy”, the main construction material has always been a tree. High insulating properties of wood allows you to build a good and warm home. Norwegian houses distinctive that identifies complicated weather conditions. Of particular interest in the Norwegian housing construction caused the roof. They are today and we’ll see.

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Like all the Scandinavian countries, Norway has lived and lives in harmony with nature. Scandinavians are proud of the fact that adapting to nature rather than conquer it.

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Roofs in Norway has long been covered with turf, which provides excellent protection from frost and winds.

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Among other things, the vegetation on the roofs decorated stern Scandinavian landscape …

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Do not worry, these homes are no longer living, this museum exhibits …

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Load a roof about 50 kg per square meter, in the rain up to 80 kg.

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