In the ever-evolving landscape of market trends in contemporary residential architecture, there is an increasing recognition of the paramount importance of prioritizing the creation of aesthetically pleasing, secure, and environmentally sustainable houses.
Quality houses should have aesthetics, amenities, reinforced structures and architectural features that can withstand adverse weather conditions and aging.
Many architects are increasingly advocating for sturdier roofs and walls, storm-proofing, flood mitigation and energy-efficient features in contemporary homes to safeguard modern buildings from potentially disastrous weather.
As they say, the single most important investment one may have in a lifetime is a house. Local homebuilders must start ensuring that residences are built to endure heavy rain, high winds, and high humidity.
Other key features of tropical architectural design considerations include site orientation, daylighting, vertical clearances, air circulation, types of openings, geographic circumstances and wind pressures.