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There is no denying that when looking down from the 40th floor, more and more metropolitan cities are transforming their rooftops into usable green living space. Big or small, once grey, vacant, and concrete, this change enables better quality of life for the residents around it. Not only aesthetically pleasing by transforming a space it can improve the buildings energy efficiency, quality of air and usable space at a minimal cost. Here are some of examples of our favorite spots.

 

 There is no denying that when looking down from the 40th floor, more and more metropolitan cities are transforming their rooftops into usable green living space. Big or small, once grey, vacant, and concrete, this change enables better quality of life for the residents around it. Not only aesthetically pleasing by transforming a space it can improve the buildings energy efficiency, quality of air and usable space at a minimal cost. Here are some of examples of our favorite spots.

 

There is no denying that when looking down from the 40th floor, more and more metropolitan cities are transforming their rooftops into usable green living space. Big or small, once grey, vacant, and concrete, this change enables better quality of life for the residents around it. Not only aesthetically pleasing by transforming a space it can improve the buildings energy efficiency, quality of air and usable space at a minimal cost. Here are some of examples of our favorite spots.