Small One-storey Tropical House With Open Concept Living Space Amidst Lush Gardens

Living Area: 85 sq.m.
Details: 1 Bedrooms, 1 Bathrooms

The characteristics of tropical architecture are mainly due to the subtropical climate. To cope with the high temperatures and strong sunlight, buildings with tropical architecture mainly need to provide shade.

This can be achieved by the tension roof. This means that the roof area is larger than the building area to provide shade. Triangular roofs are another common method of heat dissipation.

The main reason for this is that they develop very fast thermal insulation, which prevents the sun’s heat from entering directly into the room. Building triangular roofs are common, especially in traditional houses.

In order to cope not only with the heat but also with the high humidity in tropical regions, natural ventilation must also be taken into account.

For this purpose, cross ventilation is usually used in tropical buildings, where the air is supplied from one side of the building and exhausted from the opposite side. In this way, wind pressure can be created naturally.

With tropical architecture, the choice of materials must also be carefully considered. Indeed, the tropical climate is quite harsh for the materials.

Therefore, they must bring properties that insulate well heat, ventilate well and also withstand the rain. In addition to these criteria, sustainability also plays a major role. Renewable raw materials such as wood and bamboo are a common choice here.

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