WC3 Design has worked on many green roof projects which provide many economical, environmental and physical benefits. One of the several green roof projects we have worked on is the Mima Roof Terrace.*
Have you heard of it? According to SustainableSites.org, “SITES is used by landscape architects, designers, engineers, architects, developers, policy-makers and others to align land development and management with innovative sustainable design.”
Other than for the endless benefits green spaces offer, why are they important? With the reoccurring issue of drought sweeping many areas of the country and world, water conservation and self sustaining landscapes are of growing importance.
What better time to take advantage of the rain and set up a rain water harvesting tank? Water is a precious resource these days, many experience drought yet other areas are tired of seeing the rain. How can we use rain water harvesting to help clients?
In the 1980’s, Edward O. Wilson coined the term “biophilic design.” The idea of biophilic design is to create conditions within designs that would meet the unique emotional needs humans have towards the other plants and animals that we coexist with on this planet.
Water conservation is on the minds of many clients because it saves them money and helps the environment along the way. Updating sprinkler systems and designs is a great way to make sure a system is running in optimal condition. A good way to tell: is your or your client’s system watering only what grows?