Slate’s new slate roof roof – and the new landscape
The Irish newspaper has unveiled a slate roof that will replace its current slate roof in the south of the country.
It is being constructed by the company Slate Group, based in Dublin.
The building is the latest slate project to be completed by the firm, which has built more than 500 properties in the United Kingdom.
The new roof is made from carbon fibre, aluminium and magnesium and will be installed in 2017.
It will be built in partnership with a local firm, Slate Homes, which owns the land on which the new home will be constructed.
The roof, which will be the biggest in Ireland, will sit in a location that is ideally suited to Slate’s large-scale landscape, including trees and a stream.
Slate has built many large buildings around the world.
The company has also built a slate green roof for the city of Dublin.
The company said the new slate is a “significant leap forward for the slate industry”.
The new slate will feature an outdoor amenity space, an indoor amenity area, a kitchen, a laundry area and a rooftop garden.
It is designed to be self-contained and can be opened up for use at any time of the year.
Slate’s slate roof will be in a place that is ideal for outdoor living.
Source: The Irish News/Press Association Images: Slate/Seat roof, slate parent, slater grey, slatel, grey, grey slate, slate source The Guardian article Slate has announced plans to build an outdoor rooftop garden at its new house in Dublin’s east.
The project is part of a wider slate programme.
Seat-roof gardens have been installed around the globe, with plans for a number of other large projects in the coming years.