30 Nov '16, 12pm

The hidden havens on rooftops around the world, from Singapore to Milan

The nineteenth century domed Fichte-bunker in Berlin is an example of an accidental haven from the metropolis - once a gasometer it is now some's home - while the sculptural red and white funnel on top of Singapore's CapitaGreen channels wind to cool the inside of the building and shows how rooftops can be beautiful and functional.

Full article: http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/the-hidden-havens...

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