LAMONGAN INCLUSIVE STREET VENDOR COMMUNITY CENTER
An Integrated Concept for Public Space in New Normal Life
Ria Cahya Oktavia, Tarranita Kusumadewi
Department of Architecture Engineering, Faculty of Science and Technology, UIN Malang, Indonesia
Inclusive Street Vendor Community Center concept design is a street vendor (PKL) solution at Kabupaten Lamongan, Jawa Timur. The idea is to provide a public space within the environment and behavior architectural approach. The goals of the concept are to generate and produce a conceptual idea for a street vendor to accommodate public activity during Covid-19 with Islamic values indeed. Qualitative descriptive is used as the method to describe the result. Meanwhile, we used a literature review to generate a design parameter. This design applies local character which consists of environmental and behavioral aspects to provide optimal comfort and function for the user. Applying Islamic principles as a reminder of public welfare and disabled-friendly principles because the community must be guaranteed their welfare and people with disabilities must get their rights. Besides, during the pandemic, there was a change of behavior in society such as diligently washing hands and physical distancing when outside the home, this also needs to be considered and adjusted to the facility system to prevent the spread of Covid-19.
Keywords: Street Vendor, Inclusive Design, Public Space, Islamic Values, After Covid-19