Tropical Architecture

Tropical Architecture is a design style that is specifically adapted to the tropical climate and culture of regions near the equator. It incorporates elements that provide comfort and ventilation, such as large windows and open spaces, as well as materials and construction techniques suited to the tropical environment’s high humidity and heavy rainfall. Tropical architecture often incorporates traditional design elements and materials native to the region, such as thatched roofs and bamboo construction. The goal is to create buildings that are in harmony with their natural surroundings and allow for an indoor-outdoor lifestyle.