'Oak' porcelain planks

Green roofs have become increasingly popular recently, and in some locations have become mandatory, with rooftop plantings reducing energy costs, improving air quality, increasing biodiversity and reducing storm water runoff. One of the easiest methods of creating an instant green roof is to use plastic planter trays pre-filled with growing medium and plants. This 4,600 sq. ft. rooftop terrace on the 8th floor showcases Archatrak porcelain planks in the color Oak and provides breathtaking views from the Washington Monument to the Potomac River. Hickok Cole Architects are responsible for the beautifully designed rooftop. This installation is a beautiful example of interior to exterior paving, as the porcelain planks give a look of seamless continuity as they flow from the interior atrium to the outside rooftop.

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