As a result of the increasing scarcity of space in the countryside, gridlocked roads in the conurbation and improved living conditions in the city centres, people are choosing to move back there. The wealthier among them want to enjoy tha available space to the full. The logical consequence of this is a great interest in roof terraces and proper roof gardens. Even when a building is structurally suited, there is still the matter of aesthetics. A green cap on top of several buildings may appear extremely unnatural when seen from the street. Urban architecture will therefore increasingly tend to include the possibility of a roog garden in its design and cease to see it as a little more than green ornament.
|Dimensions||cm 28,5 x 20,0|
|Language/s||Italian, English, French|