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Cincinnati hospital has 2.5-acre living roof

August 4, 2014
Sarah Crouch

Every patient room has a view of Cincinnati's West Hospital 2.5-acre living roof which features a mixture of 65,000 native plants, according to an article on the Healthcare Design. The driving principle in the facility's design was connecting it with the surrounding landscape with expansive windows, daylighting, and complementary color palettes, according to the article.

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