We are currently planning an urban villa (exterior cladding 42.5 cellular concrete, interior walls silicate brick) with 2 full stories on a second row lot with a 100 meter line to the pedestrian zone.
Urban villas are usually built with a 22 degree roof pitch and a hipped roof.
Our idea for the roof was a 35-degree slope and a solid gas concrete roof with 2-3 skylights. Why that choice?
For one thing, we wanted to keep a reserve for expansion upstairs so we could expand the office and another nursery in a year, so the roof slope is 35 degrees instead of 22 degrees.
Second, because of the dense development around us, soundproofing is an issue, and the PV system is tightly planned. According to an architect I know, a solid roof should be preferred for noise and radiation protection reasons (because of photovoltaic radiation) when choosing a roof freely.
According to manufactor, any form of roof can be realized as a solid roof. According to my research, so far I have only found a solid roof as a gable roof.
Does anyone here have a solid roof as a tent roof and can help with photos, and does it even make any sense as we imagine it?
If it plays any role, we haven't yet decided on the upper floor ceiling: either a wood beam ceiling or a concrete ceiling.