I am trying to build a passively cooled building in equatorial Indonesia.
Here is a rendering of the ground floor:
There are existing structures on the left and right side of the building, however they are lower than the ceiling of the first floor.
The back wall of the building is a very large rock.
The building is 13 metres wide by 4 metres deep.
The main part of the ground floor is light commercial space, the right hand part is a storage room.
I am just wondering about air flow. Should I seek to create vents just below ceiling height? Or a cross-draught from left to right? Or is it better to try and get the hot air to rise upstairs and then out of the flat roof.