Introduction of Plastered Bamboo Creative Eco-Design to Support Creative Infrastructure Improvement in Kediri

Tanuwidjaja, Gunawan and Lo, Leonardo and Silvanus, Devi Calista and Suwandi, Evanti and Widyowijatnoko, Andry and Mr, Mustakim Introduction of Plastered Bamboo Creative Eco-Design to Support Creative Infrastructure Improvement in Kediri. In: 2nd International Conference on Creative Industry, 13 November 2013, Surabaya, East Java. (Submitted)

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    Tanuwidjaja, Gunawan1, Lo, Leonardo Agung Mulyono2, Silvanus, Devi Calista 3, Suwandi, Evanti Adriani4, Widyowijatnoko, Andry5, Mustakim6 1.Petra Christian University, Indonesia, Email: gunte@peter.petra.ac.id, 2,3&4.Students of Department of Architecture, Petra Christian University, Indonesia 5.Institute Technology Bandung, Indonesia 6.Planning Agency of Thousand Islands Regency, Indonesia Abstract—The UIA’s Sustainable by Design Strategy (SBD) in Copenhagen Declaration highlighted the importance of reducing the impact of climate change in the Architectural Design. SbD recommended the healthy materials for healthy buildings design which also could improve the quality of life in the local scale. SbD also endorsed UNESCO’s recommendation to preserve the cultural diversity. Ecological design is the answer to the phenomenon. It could be defined as the use ecological considerations in the design to seamlessly integrate the human built environment, human activities and the natural environment. This recommendation was fulfilled with plastered - bamboo technology and creative design. The abundant bamboo resources and bamboo craftsmen in Kediri area, Jatiwekas Sub-Village were the rationale for selecting the plastered - bamboo creative eco-design. The bamboo also fulfilled the healthy or sustainable materials criteria, such as low energy consumptions, low impact to environment, low construction cost. The need of the Jatiwekas Sub-Village Community for integrated communal bathing-washing – toilet – water tank facility for housing infrastructure was found during the observation and community focus group discussion. The program involved socialisation and training of the plastered – bamboo design in the village. After accepting the technology, the people mapped out the need in the village (Participatory Rural Appraisal) and conducted a participatory design, facilitated by the Petra University Team. And it produced culturally-accepted and creative facility design. Finally, it would provide the community with alternative creative design options. Index Terms—Sustainable material, plastered – bamboo design, integrated communal bathing-washing-toilet-water tank facility, participatory design.

    Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
    Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture
    Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Architecture Department
    Depositing User: Gunawan Tanuwidjaja S.T.,M.Sc.
    Date Deposited: 03 Jun 2013 10:46
    Last Modified: 03 Jun 2013 10:46
    URI: http://repository.petra.ac.id/id/eprint/15984

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