Your roof is one of the most pronounced parts of your home. It adds a ton of aesthetic appeal and protection to your home while increasing its energy efficiency as well. Today, we’ll focus on some of the most famous roofs around the world.
Olympiapark – Munich, Germany
The Olympiapark was built for the Olympic Games in 1972. Nowadays, it’s used as a tourist attraction and can be used for other events, such as social gatherings and religious feasts. The building is also known for its unique roof that’s made from a lightweight material. It’s also a great tourist attraction for those who are brave enough to walk up on the roof and enjoy a swift zipline from the top to bottom.
Fukuoka Prefectural International Hall – Fukuoka, Japan
This structure is known as one of the prime examples of “green roofs” since it features a rich amount of greeneries that are protruding from the building. It’s a wide-open space that features both commercial and open green space. It has terraced steps through which you can enjoy a nice stroll. It features walking paths, gardens and reflection pools. This building can also be seen from afar as it stands out in a bustling city in the Chuo ward.
Sydney Opera House – Sydney, Australia
One of the most iconic structures, the Sydney Opera House is akin to that of closely-packed “shells”. It took around 14 years to complete and cost around 102 million Australian dollars (AUD) to build. It’s made of precast concrete panels covered by around a million Swedish tiles.
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