When designing homes, architecture is constantly evolving and adapting to environmental conditions. Each climate has specific needs and requires different solutions in terms of comfort. Hot and humid environments require a very different design from cold and dry environments. Natural ventilation, for example, is very important in projects located in warm climates.
Natural ventilation can be provided in many ways, including cross-ventilation and the chimney effect. Choosing the best strategy and how to apply it is often related to other factors, such as the orientation of the sun, technological options, location of the openings, and many other aspects. However, when it comes to interior design, the approach is to assist or enhance natural ventilation, according to the already built environment. In this article, we have selected interior design projects with different functional programs that use natural ventilation techniques to maximize comfort.
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