Sustainability: Bioclimatic Tropical Architecture in Honduras

Updated: Mar 14

Excerpt post from Katrina Julia


Over the last several years, I have increased my focus in healthy like a boss at home and with travel, sustainable travel and living, and reducing my carbon footprint.


On Airbnb I came across a recycled containers stay in Honduras. The sustainable architecture concept fascinated me and I wanted to experience it first hand. I adored my stay in every way. Gabriel and Veronica, the hosts and founders of VeGa Community, are gems in every way.





I never imagined I would get to meet Angela the architect behind the recycled containers and Techos Verdes. Not only that, but I experienced a Bioclimatic Tropical Architecture Tour with Angela.






You may be curious about sustainable development?


According to our Common Future (Brundtland Report), sustainable development is defined as development that "meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.



Witnessing first hand how this applies to sustainable architecture in a tropical environment is fascinating. I loved being immersed in insights of how the elements of the world may work with us vs. against us.


I found myself immersed in the past, present and future of Bioclimatic Tropical Architecture.


Bioclimatic Tropical Architecture integrates balance with nature, respect and protection of life.


Let's jump into my experience with Bioclimatic Tropical Architecture in Honduras in San Pedro Sula with Techos Verdes with Angela. I'll share insights that will educate, fascinate and inspire you with sustainability.