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10 Tropical Dream Homes Hailing From Southeast Asia

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Recent residential architecture completed across Southeast Asia just goes to show the beauty of taking advantage of what you have. Dealing with a tropical climate, that is to say hot and humid with lots of rainfall, the region unsurprisingly loves very indoor/outdoor abodes, emphasizing great natural light and ventilation. Specifically, this might mean incorporating perforated brick walls or bamboo roofs, not to mention a healthy dose of more traditional sun-showered courtyards. It all makes for some rather intriguing residences.

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