200m2 Roof Garden in Panorama/Thessaloniki
Wikipedia: Humans have grown plants atop structures since antiquity. The ziggurats of ancient Mesopotamia (4th millennium BC – 600 BC) had plantings of trees and shrubs on aboveground terraces. An example in Roman times was the Villa of the Mysteries in Pompeii, which had an elevated terrace where plants were grown. A roof garden has also been discovered around an audience hall in Roman-Byzantine Caesarea. The medieval Egyptian city of Fustat had a number of high-rise buildings that Nasir Khusraw in the early 11th century described as rising up to 14 stories, with roof gardens on the top story complete with ox-drawn water wheels for irrigating them. Among the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World, The Hanging Gardens are often depicted as tall structures holding vegetation; even immense trees.
arxicon.com: more like an "all seasons roof bubbles city view bbq garden". The alu pergola compined with the wooden supporting frames on the top of the glass wall based on the wooden deck...