THE SEPARATION OF ACTIVITY SPACES IN RESIDENTIAL ENVIRONMENT AS AN ADAPTIVE HOUSING CONCEPT STRATEGY

Cut Nuraini, Kodri Sitompul, Daffa Mukhtar Fawwaz, Muhammad Sofyan, Nadhilah Fitri

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Abstract:  The residential environment of the Mandailing community in the rural mountainous areas demonstrates adaptability to its surroundings, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. This can be seen from the latest data, which indicates that only about 12% have been potentially exposed. This fact suggests that there are specific strategies employed by the local community in addressing the pandemic, making a significant contribution to minimizing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. This paper aims to reveal several facts related to the strategies used in facing the pandemic. It is a small part of its main research related to the concept of pandemic-adaptive spatial planning.

The research findings indicate that there are several strategies used as a concept for a pandemic-adaptive residential environment. One adaptive approach is to separate the activity spaces for men and women, including work activities, religious activities, and social activities. The activity areas for men are spread in the western part of the residential environment, while the activity areas for women are in the eastern part of the residential area. The central reference point for these activity areas is the public space or open area located in the Big House (Bagas Godang), called "Halama Luas" (Bolak yard).

Keywords: Separation, Activity Spaces, Residential Environment, Adaptive Housing, Concept Strategy.


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