Tropical savanna climate is unfavourable in many aspects. The desert terrains aren’t abundant with flora that is edible for humans, which is a huge inconvenience while traveling there. The soil plays a key role, which consists mostly of sand. Its properties don’t allow for long-term holding of water. It results in very low air humidity and great temperature increase, reaching up to 60°C, which correlates with ground’s temperature, which at times fluctuates between 70 and 85°C. In order to expedite and improve the comfort of travels, we propose new type of construction, which thanks to its innovative character would not only give an opportunity to take a break, but also to use otherwise unavailable resources. It would mimic a terrarium, which has its own, separate microclimate. The object would be equipped with a electrochromic glass. Its technology consists of applying a special layer filled with crystal particles in liquid form between two glass panes, which allows for substantial decrease in temperature in the rooms. A small burst of electricity changes the opacity of the glass, which results in a change of optical properties of it. Rooms that are meant for plant cultivation would have an optimized watering system.