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

The purpose of this study was to find (1) development of the design of supporting facilities, (2) stages of implementing the development of the design of supporting facilities, (3) factors supporting and inhibiting development of the design of supporting facilities for minimalist type residences (types 35, 40 and 45) with two floors. safe against COVID-19, based on local wisdom of the Bugis Tribe and environmentally friendly. This is a survey research, located in Bone, Soppeng, and Wajo Regencies. Respondents in each district were 100 people selected by purposive sampling method, so the number of samples was 300 people. Research variables are: Development of the design of supporting facilities, Stages developing design of the supporting facilities, and factors supporting and inhibiting the implementation of design of the supporting facilities. Data collection is done by giving a questionnaire to the sample. Analysis used is descriptive qualitative analysis, after that it is continued with design development. The results showed: (1) development of a design for supporting facilities for a minimalist two-story Bugis house that was safe against COVID-19, based on the local wisdom of Bugis and with an environmental perspective, was as follows: (a) location of the septictank construction was on the home page. the front, the shape of the construction is rectangular, wall construction is bricks, the cover is repeated concrete equipped with a seepage system, (b) location of the drainage for the drainage of dirty water is on the side and back of the house, construction form is an open channel, the drainage construction is a pair bricks, (c) location of the construction the dirty water reservoir is on the back, shape of the construction is rectangular, and construction of the walls is a pair of bricks, (d) location of the temporary garbage disposal is in front of the house, shape of the construction is rectangular., concrete masonry construction; (2) steps for implementing design development are: (a) conducting socialization, (b) explaining local wisdom related to housing, the cost of supporting facilities, and (c) cooperating with various parties; (3) supporting factors are: (a) cheap construction costs, (b) the house is classified as healthy, (c) does not cause environmental pollution, (d) availability of the house yard.

Residential House, Minimalist Type, Design, Local Wisdom, COVID-19

APA Style

Muhammad Ardi, Hamzah Nur, Faizal Amir, Bakhrani Abdul Rauf, Mithen Lullulangi. (2022). Development of Safe Two-Store Minimalist Type of Residential House Design Against COVID-19 Based on Local Wisdom of the Bugis Environmental Insight. International Journal of Architecture, Arts and Applications, 8(3), 143-147. https://doi.org/10.11648/j.ijaaa.20220803.16

ACS Style

Muhammad Ardi; Hamzah Nur; Faizal Amir; Bakhrani Abdul Rauf; Mithen Lullulangi. Development of Safe Two-Store Minimalist Type of Residential House Design Against COVID-19 Based on Local Wisdom of the Bugis Environmental Insight. Int. J. Archit. Arts Appl. 2022, 8(3), 143-147. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20220803.16

AMA Style

Muhammad Ardi, Hamzah Nur, Faizal Amir, Bakhrani Abdul Rauf, Mithen Lullulangi. Development of Safe Two-Store Minimalist Type of Residential House Design Against COVID-19 Based on Local Wisdom of the Bugis Environmental Insight. Int J Archit Arts Appl. 2022;8(3):143-147. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20220803.16

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