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Last weekend I received an interesting article from my friend regarding bio-conservation. I was utmost wonder that how easily we can conserve our ecosystem.

Today I’m sharing a fairy-tale constructed house which has been designed with artificial grass. As we have seen on photos, artificial grass growing on wall and roof clearly elucidating an exploration of the connectivity between nature and architecture.

The house is located in Frohnleiten, Austria and designed by Reinhold Weichlbauer and Albert Josef Ortis of Weichlbauer Ortis Architects. Below I have posted a link for further information.

http://freshome.com/2012/05/03/synthetic-grass-covered-volumes-ador...

Such type of eco-friendly houses are not only protect house from temperature, but also has been providing enrich amount of oxygen. Such types of worthy works can heal and conserve the environment and ecosystem for the next generations.

Moreover, research on bio-conservation spreading awareness regarding pros and cons of over usage of natural recourses. As we have observed, past few years many countries were suffered with un-predicted heavy rainfall, extreme temperature, flood, typhoons. As all of us are well aware, climatic changes and global warming has been inviting many catastrophic disasters.  

To sum up, before it’s too late, let look around and ponder on how many things are waiting for our attention and care.

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Comment by Jean (Condorcet) on May 13, 2012 at 10:45am

Hi Zhra,

Wow! these pictures are amazing!

I have no time available yet but I will be glad to come back to your post later inthe evening.

Bye for now,

Jean

 

Comment by Jean (Condorcet) on May 14, 2012 at 7:21am

Hi Zhra,

Here is your text with my suggestions:

Last weekend I got an interesting article from my friend regarding bio-conservation.

I was utmost wonder (wonder is no adjective) that how pensively we can (I don't understand) conserve our ecosystem.

As all of us (everyone) is well  aware that climatic changes and global warming inviting (??) many catastrophic disasters as  (two as in the same sentence is one too much...) we have observed since past few years,  such as unpredicted heavy rain falls, extreme temperature, flood,  typhoons etc.

However, research on bio-conservation spreading awareness of pros and cons of technology and also highlighting the disadvantages of (of what?)over usage.

According to the recent research, few people heedfully (needfully?) (where is the verb?)  working on bio- conservation and (My advice would be to avoid long sentences. Short sentences are easier to deal with and easier to understand) today I’m sharing a fairy-tail constructed house (a house like you can hear from in fairy tails - a fairy tail-like house) which is pensively design with the synthetic grass  and (too long sentence...) elucidating an exploration (can we say we elucidate an exploration?) of the connectivity between nature and architecture.

A complete view of this green residence in Frohnleiten, Austria. Designed by Reinhold Weichlbauer and Albert Josef Ortis of Weichlbauer Ortis Architects.

http://freshome.com/2012/05/03/synthetic-grass-covered-volumes-ador...

Such type of eco-friendly houses not only protect house from temperature but also  providing (provide) enrich amount of oxygen as well as (as what?).

Such type of worthy works can heal and conserve environment and ecosystem for the next generations. To sum up, before it’s too late, look around and ponder on how many things are waiting (are waiting or wait?) for our attentions and care. 

_________

Your pictures are really amazing.

I gather the residence hasn't really been built. It looks like a Photoshop work, isnt it?

Bye for now.

Jean

Comment by Paulina Panuś on May 14, 2012 at 9:39am

we have observed since past few years - I would suggest here WE HAVE BEEN OBSERVING in order to emphasise the length of time

research on bio-conservation SPREADS awareness of pros and cons of technology and also HIGHLIGHTS _ I suppose present simple for facts would go here or if you want to keep present cont then IS SPREADING / IS HIGHLIGHTING

 

ALL THE BEST

Comment by Holly Dilatush on May 14, 2012 at 5:20pm

Hello Zhra, 

I created this screencast BEFORE I read anyone else's correction suggestions.

LINK to Screencast

 

I hope you'll take all of our notes into consideration and then rewrite your post (It might be helpful if you REPLY with a revised text for us to consider, rather than edit directly on your original post -- that way YOU and all other LEWWP members might be better able to learn from the notes left by others (to 'see the trail').

I do hope you WILL take the time to rewrite.  Rewriting, editing, thinking about the changes you are making and why you are making them, should help you improve future writing.

Thanks for the interesting topic.

In New Orleans last year, I saw a few exterior walls converted into growing walls.

More and more commercial and residential property owners are experimenting with green roofs here in the USA, too.

Holly

Comment by Blanca on May 15, 2012 at 5:48pm

Hello Zhra,

Nowdays more and more people like to live in an eco house. This one is very beautiful and it seems it reduces negative impact on human health and the environment. It's in harmony with the natural surrounding.

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