A ventilated farm, with water phase change 
This Australian farm has a second floor for sheep, where the ventilation through large holes in the façade is controlled with some pivoting slats. They are formed by a slightly translucent corrugated sheet mounted on rotating frames.
The roof has large cantilevers that protect the façade from the sun. Large metal mesh surfaces hang from its perimeter. A flow of water runs around and trough the mesh (also along the roof) and cools them. The evaporation of the water draws a lot of calories, so that the enclosed space is fairly protected from external heat.