Vegetation blankets – the ideal alternative to plugs and cuttings for green roofs

Posted on Thursday 23 July, 2020 Instantly green, low maintenance and green roof installation all year round. These are just some of the many benefits that vegetation blankets have compared to plugs and cuttings on green roofs. Read more

7 reasons why Australia needs more green roofs

Posted on Thursday 16 July, 2020 Green roofs don’t only look pretty, they are also beneficial for the environment, the economy and the well-being of (urban) residents. In this article, we take a closer look at the various benefits of green roofs in Australia. Read more

Sempergreen and Knauf Insulation launch Detention Roof - a new and innovative green roof concept

Posted on Wednesday 01 July, 2020 Climate change is causing a tremendous increase of the number of stormwater events. As a result, urban areas are faced with major damage due to flooding. In collaboration with other international partners, Sempergreen and Knauf Insulation has developed a new and innovative green roof concept called Detention Roof. Read more

The Platform Utrecht: A green oasis in a Dutch city

Posted on Friday 26 June, 2020 In the heart of the Dutch city of Utrecht, "The Platform" has arisen - a mixed-use community building for living, working and playing. This MircoCity is built in a prime location in Utrecht, on top of the tram and bus terminal Uithoflijn and directly adjacent to the station’s square. Read more

Sempergreen expands into Australia

Posted on Friday 12 June, 2020 Sempergreen is pleased to announce that it has entered into a new international partnership with Travis Holmes of VertiScape in Australia. VertiScape has been active in green roofs and living walls in South East Australia since 2009 and is based in Melbourne. Together they will form Sempergreen Australia. This partnership is founded on their common mission to make the world a little greener every day. Read more

Glasshouse Sempergreen moves to a bigger location

Posted on Monday 25 May, 2020 At the beginning of April, Sempergreen moved to a bigger glasshouse in Harmelen, the Netherlands. The living green walls are pre-cultivated at this new location. Read more