Lindum Green Roof Case Studies

.

Lindum Green Roof products have been used to create many different types of green roofs for a variety of clients in different situations throughout the UK.

Thinking Wood Oak House

Thinking Wood Oak House

When James O’Keefe, a craftsman from Stirlingshire was asked to design an Oak House for a client he gave a lot of thought as to how he could naturalise the roof to blend in with the surrounding garden.   Lindum’s Wildflower Meadow Mat provided the perfect solution.

Read more...

Eco shed, Camden Town

Eco shed, Camden Town

Lindum’s Wildflower & Perennial Mat was used on an award winning shed roof, designed and built by Landscape Architect Marcus Shields. 

Read more...

Arden Grove School, Norwich

Arden Grove School, Norwich

The Lindum Wildflower & Perennial Mat was used in the project at Arden Grove Infant & Nursery School to demonstrate to the children that a building including the roof could be constructed completely with environmentally friendly materials.      

Read more...

Cranbourne School, Dorset

Cranbourne School, Dorset

The Lindum Wildflower & Perennial Mat was used at Cranbourne School to disguise their air conditioning units and to create a feature that the children could enjoy viewing through a Velux window.

Read more...

The Jewel Box

The Jewel Box

The Wildflower & Perennial Mat was used as part of the Jewel Box project in Islington, London.

Read more...

RBC New Wild Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2011

RBC New Wild Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2011

Lindum’s Wildflower & Perennial Mat took centre stage in the RBC New Wild Garden at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2011. Winning a silver-gilt medal, the garden included a ‘wild’ Green Roof and was designed by award-winning landscape designer Professor Nigel Dunnett from The University of Sheffield and The Landscape Agency.

Read more...

Slimbridge Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Slimbridge Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Slimbridge Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust

Natural building company, Earthed, were contracted by Slimbridge Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) to build a cob and timber frame viewing gallery to house the new exhibition of wetland mammals on the site. The cob walls in combination with a timber frame structure support a wildflower meadow living roof and are finished with a lime plaster and earthen render.

Read more...

Landhouse, Somerset

Landhouse, Somerset

Landhouse, Somerset

Lindum's Wildflower and Meadow Grass Mat was used on an innovative building 'Landhouse' in Somerset.

Read more...