Victoria Meyers architect: See-Thru House design for Urban Reserve features a Green Roof click here to see more of See-Thru House at www.hanrahanmeyers.com: Victoria Meyers architect: Contemporary Residential architecture
Victoria Meyers architect (hMa) recently became a member and sponsor of Green Roofs for Healthy Cities. Green Roofs for Healthy Cities was founded in 1999 as a direct result of a research project on the benefits of green roofs and barriers to industry development entitled "Greenbacks from Green Roofs" prepared by Steven Peck, Monica Kuhn, Dr. Brad Bass and Chris Callaghan. Green Roofs for Healthy Cities - North America Inc. is now a rapidly growing not-for-profit industry association working to promote the industry throughout North America. Click here to read more about Green Roofs.
hMa's See-Thru House is a 3000 square foot green residence designed for the Urban Reserve development in Dallas, Texas. Urban Reserve is a new development with tight design standards, and a roster of selected architects hired by the Developer. hanarahanMeyers are one of two New York firms chosen as architects for the development. hMa's See-Thru House is distinguished by its Green Roof, and is the only house in the Urban Reserve with that feature.