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Development of Safe Two-Store Minimalist Type of Residential House Against COVID-19, Based on Local Wisdom of the Bugis, and Environmental Insight

This study intends to explore the values of local wisdom of the Bugis tribe, in building houses, which are associated with the current situation of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The purpose of this study was to find: (1) the development of a minimalist, two-story type residential design that is safe against COVID-19, based on local wisdom of the Bugis Tribe, and environmentally friendly, (2) steps for implementing the design, and (3) supporting factors and impediments to design development. Research locations in the Districts: Bone, Soppeng, and Wajo. The research sample was 300 people, selected by purposive sampling. The research variables are: (1) visible design development, (2) design implementation steps, and (3) supporting factors and inhibiting design development implementation. Data analysis technique, is a qualitative descriptive analysis. After concluding the analysis, the next step is to develop the design. The results of the research on the design development of a minimalist, two-story type residential house that are safe against COVID-19, based on local wisdom of the Bugis Tribe, and environmentally friendly, show that: 1) Front view seen from: (a) the position of the sun facing east, (b) contour the ground is facing a higher and flatter direction, (c) the position of the road facing the main highway, (d) the slope of the roof is 25-30 degrees, and (4) the shape of the roof, gable and shield. 2) Steps for implementing the design: (a) conducting socialization, (b) providing explanations about healthy houses and local wisdom of the Bugis Tribe, and (c) collaborating with relevant stakeholders. 3) Factors supporting the implementation of the design are: (a) affordable selling prices for low-income earners, (b) available land for house development and green open land, (c) house designs are classified as healthy, and (d) available roads, water facilities clean, and electric facilities. The inhibiting factors are: (a) the Bugis forget their local wisdom, (b) the planning consultants and developers do not understand the local wisdom of the Bugis.

Visible Design, COVID-19, Minimalist Type, Local Wisdom, Bugis

APA Style

Muhammad Ardi, Mithen Lullulangi, Hamzah Nur, Faizal Amir, Bakhrani Abdul Rauf, et al. (2021). Development of Safe Two-Store Minimalist Type of Residential House Against COVID-19, Based on Local Wisdom of the Bugis, and Environmental Insight. International Journal of Architecture, Arts and Applications, 7(3), 56-61. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijaaa.20210703.11

ACS Style

Muhammad Ardi; Mithen Lullulangi; Hamzah Nur; Faizal Amir; Bakhrani Abdul Rauf, et al. Development of Safe Two-Store Minimalist Type of Residential House Against COVID-19, Based on Local Wisdom of the Bugis, and Environmental Insight. Int. J. Archit. Arts Appl. 2021, 7(3), 56-61. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20210703.11

AMA Style

Muhammad Ardi, Mithen Lullulangi, Hamzah Nur, Faizal Amir, Bakhrani Abdul Rauf, et al. Development of Safe Two-Store Minimalist Type of Residential House Against COVID-19, Based on Local Wisdom of the Bugis, and Environmental Insight. Int J Archit Arts Appl. 2021;7(3):56-61. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20210703.11

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