By the Tree - Tactile Architecture

On the basis of shelter in the tropical hot and humid context, no matter an interior design or an exterior design, we get natural daylighting and we either shade from it, or we embrace it.

What is being exposed to the natural daylight makes architecture that we see. 

What is being shaded on one side creates shadow, and we get shading and privacy.

But let's not forget that what lies on the other side of what is shading us is also part of our essential shelter.

And in this case, what lies above, below, beside us are the tangible local timber, the ever-upward-growing tree, the ever-downward-creeping plant roots, and most all, the soul of the place - a tactile architecture.

(Listed on Airbnb - Teduh 树下)