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.
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.
Lindum’s Wildflower & Perennial Mat was used on an award winning shed roof, designed and built by Landscape Architect Marcus Shields.
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.
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.
The Wildflower & Perennial Mat was used as part of the Jewel Box project in Islington, London.
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.