inverted roof

inverted roof

A roof membrane whose thermal insulation is above, rather than below, the membrane.
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Attica cover of aluminum and stainless steel plate with sub-structure, about 6 m2 inverted roof, various built-in components (drainage etc.
The building also has serious structural issues, such as an inverted roof that collects rainwater and puts pressure on the ceilings.
With its unique triangular floor plan and inverted roof pyramid, the TRIANON is one of Frankfurt's most iconic buildings.
Together with our Bahrain partner Mmetco, we are very actively working with the Ministry of Housing in Bahrain to introduce our inverted roof and basement waterproofing system for reducing energy consumption of existing buildings and the upcoming new housing projects in Bahrain.
The inverted roof (designed for a future green roof) directs rainwater to sculptural concrete spillways.
If Wright moves in brick, I use transparent glass; if he makes a hipped roof, I use an inverted roof.
The single-storey curved, mainly timber-constructed, building features an inverted roof design to harvest rainwater to flush toilets, and solar panels to pre-heat the water supplied to the boiler system.
His design, created with the help of Talbot Green architect Robert Rogers, features an inverted roof, where the halves slope towards each other.
The inverted roof framing leaves attic space for insulation and ducting, permits an inexpensive reflective flat roof, and puts volume in the living space where occupants can enjoy it.
Approximately 2000 mA inverted roof with bituminous membranes and insulation and connection to the stock.
Any upgrades or repairs would not do Hamlin much good because of its serious structural problems, such as an inverted roof that collects rainwater that puts pressure on the ceilings, Ashbridge said.
For example, Roofmate has a minimum density of 32-35 kg/cu m with 300 kpa compressive strength and is suitable for roof application in the inverted roof concept.