The Beckton Dickinson Campus Center by RMJM in New Jersey blurs the boundaries between roof and lawn. [Arch Daily]

The Hof residence, which is located less than 100km from the Arctic Circle, reused the displaced grass from the field it was built on as the roof. [Arch Daily]

The famous Marina Bay Sands resort in Singapore has three towers connected at the top by a 107,000 sq. ft park, which includes jogging paths, gardens, a public observatory, and an infinity swimming pool, among other things. [Arch Daily]

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This four story Korean home by HAHN Design weaves greenery in and out of the building, with a roof top garden, fourth floor terrace, second floor courtyard, and sunken garden. [Arch Daily

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The city of Piraeus is low on greenspace, so the designers of this entry in the Piraeus Tower 2010 Competition aimed to remedy that. [Arch Daily]

Technology was incorporated in the building "for the best possible adaptation of nature," and the use of modern agricultural techniques let local plants and birds flourish far above the ground. [Arch Daily]

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The "Pushed Slab" energy efficient building has its center twisted outwards, providing ample terraces and balconies for potted trees. [Arch Daily]

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In addition to the relaxing terrace spaces, solar panels, a grey water circuit, and integrated blinds help minimize the energy consumption of this Parisian building. [Arch Daily]

Studio Shift's Stadt Krone concept proposal offers a solution for the densification of Milano. A raised, angled agricultural surface serves as a residential rooftop for 25,000 inhabitants. [Arch Daily]

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The Vivanta Hotel in India acts as a gateway between the city and International Tech Park. Hotel rooms are located behind a pixelated greenscape, which melds into a green roof. [Arch Daily]

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The landscaped green roof cools the space beneath and allows for rainwater collection which is reused for irrigation. [Arch Daily]