Lets say average family house was built with brick (EU).
We know that brick has a good mass of thermal energy storage.
So in the night, when it is colder, it can store lower temperature thanks to its mass.
During daytime on summer, when it is horribly hot outside, it can still give lower temperatures, stored from the night.
But with this climate change, maybe things are getting warmer and warmer. Ex.: 35-40 Celsius in the shade.
I am not thinking of precise answer regarding exact temperatures, but an about average, that in theory, is it possible or not.
So the question: could it get so hot outside, that building buildings based on great mass will be the past?
So a building, what is in a very hot area (and cold on winter, like -2 Celsius average) shouldn't have great mass, rather very-very-very-VERY good insulation and air tightness?
I think when it is hot for several days, the great mass is not enough to survive.