GREEN ROOFS: Eco-fantasy to Eco-solution
Kevin Falkerson and Kerrie Lee Cole, the design-and-build team at SYMBIOS, created a one-of-a-kind ‘artisan’ roof that display a surprising diversity of plants on a 3,300-square-foot roof on the house they call Wings of Earth.
LIVING ROOFS Offer a 'Plethora of Benefits' written by Kevin Falkerson of SYMBIOS, appears in the Spring issue & resource guide.
A SYMBIOS designs & installs roof gardens on a LEED Platinum house that wins the Green Home of the Year Award in the Best Exterior Integration category. See ‘Natural Synergy’ - December 2013 issue, page 19 thru 22.
The Ellis Creek Water Recycling Facility in Petaluma, California boasts a colorful green roof that is irrigated with reclaimed wastewater. Designed, built and maintained by SYMBIOS ecotecture.
Project of the Week – Ellis Creek Water Recycling Facility
SYMBIOS wins Awards of Excellence for Best Industrial Project category- GRHC
Ellis Creek Water Recycling Facility in Petaluma, CA
SYMBIOS’s project is featured in FORBES Magazine entitled, ‘8 Homes with Living Roofs’.
California's First LEED Platinum School Teaches With The Environment.
The new Salmon Creek School in Occidental, CA is celebrated as being the first school in California to be LEED Platinum certified. It sprouts not just a living roof by SYMBIOS ecotecture, the K-8 charter school is also a community and environmental education center focused on place-based learning.
Project of the Week – Salmon Creek School in Sonoma County, CA