An aging rooftop terrace filled with rotting timbers was unusable and unsightly.
After removal of the existing stained flooring, timbers, and soils, the surface drainage was amended, and new pavers (to complement the existing brick walls) were set on pedestals to allow the water to flow to the existing drain (which was previously blocked).
A lightweight modular wall system was used to build the new planter walls and fireplace. Propane was run to the fireplace for instant heat on faux logs.
A Cedar trellis provided afternoon shade, supported native Trumpet vines, soft downlighting and a buffer from the neighboring roof.
Modular teak components were used for the exterior kitchen and include concrete countertops, storage, gas grill and warming drawers.
Petro Design/Build has converted a small rooftop space into a multi-use family gathering oasis.