Architecture

OMAH PRINGGOBAJAN (An Innovation for Conventional Shophouse)

Dwiwangga Hadi
Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta website of the Department of Architecture Universitas Islam Indonesia
Indonesia

Project idea

Based on idea to change the conventional shophousing that has problem in pandemic era the design Goals are:
1. HEALTHY HOME
Respon to the pandemic, home must be able to apply health protocols
2. QUICK BUILT
Cut building costs and reduce the physical contact of the labor to prevent the spread of covid
3. AFFORDABLE
Economy crisis, houses must be affordable
4. ECONOMIC RESILIENCE
The high rate of dismissal, the house must be able to become an entrepreneurial space
5. SISTER VILLAGE
The location is located in the safe zone of Merapi, allowing evacuation the farmer if Merapi eruption
6. SISTERSHIP
Business relations with Merapi farmers create educational space for students near site


Project description

The COVID-19 pandemic has somehow passed, it has been almost two years since the new habit has been implemented. The worst scheme is that we live side by side with covid-19. Conventional housing must be changed in order to support the health of its occupants. Some of the solutions offered can be in the form of housing that is quickly built so as to minimize prolonged physical contact of workers, building materials that are not a habitat for COVID-19 droplets, a sterilization room at the front, to optimum ventilation and natural lighting in the dwelling. The design of Omah Pringgobajan as a form of effort to jointly find housing solutions during the pandemic and post-pandemic.

Technical information

Area: 98 m2
Location: Kimpulan street, Sleman, Indonesia 55584
Structural: Reusable steel (for more cheap and sustainable structure)
Architectural: Bamboo for west envelope

Documentation

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