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Architecture

Up high and down to earth

A beauty of a green roof comes with benefits

A green roof in Washington, D.C., is a sign of things to come in Boston. The owner of the roof - the American Society of Landscape Architects - has turned the site into an educational project. A green roof in Washington, D.C., is a sign of things to come in Boston. The owner of the roof - the American Society of Landscape Architects - has turned the site into an educational project. (courtesy of asla)
By Robert Campbell
Globe Correspondent / April 20, 2008

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WASHINGTON - In a small space, with a modest budget, a new kind of green roof here is so inventive it changes the way you think about what a roof can be. (Full article: 1016 words)

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