I am thinking temperate, because of the architecture, texture and style.@Gandwarf: And therein lies my problem. I'm not sure where this village is going to be, just yet. I've been playing around with it being closer to the equator (say, like Corpus Christi, TX; the average temp. in Jan. is ~55 degrees). But I feel like the buildings look more temperate...maybe because of the gray coloring and European-style angled roofs? What d'you think?
A warmer climate would probably mean bigger windows. Still, if protection/defensive value comes first, I would expect the windows on the outside to be very small. The arab forts I have seen for example have a lot of arrow slits as well and not big windows to ventilate the place.
There could be an inner courtyard though and the windows on the inside walls could provide ventilation. But hey, now I am talking about a whole new building
So it all depends on why the building is there. The building has the look of a defensive structure however and not a comfortable home. This is my opinion and it is your creation, so please do whatever you want