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ARSITEKTUR NABATI : RESPON RUANG PASKA PANDEMI COVID-19 DI INDONESIA

ARSITEKTUR NABATI : RESPON RUANG PASKA PANDEMI COVID-19 DI INDONESIA

*Nimas Sekarlangit orcid scopus  -  Department of Architecture, Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Prasasto Satwiko orcid scopus  -  Department of Architecture, Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia

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Pandemi COVID-19 tahun 2020 memaksa seluruh penduduk bumi, termasuk Indonesia untuk menjalani kebiasaan hidup baru. Para ahli yang berkompeten menyatakan bahwa pandemi zoonosis yang terus berulang terkait erat dengan konsumsi manusia pada hewan liar dan ternak. Sebenarnya sumber pangan nabati telah terbukti dapat memenuhi kebutuhan nutrisi lengkap manusia. Arsitektur nabati nusantara adalah bentuk arsitektur yang menggabungkan wadah aktivitas manusia dengan tanaman pangan dalam konteks lokal. Arsitektur nabati menawarkan pemecahan terpadu dan komprehensif terhadap masalah pencegahan berulangnya pandemi zoonosis, pencukupan nutrisi, keanekaragaman hayati, serta kualitas lingkungan hidup perkotaan. Tulisan ini menggunakan metode terbaru dengan menggali informasi terkini yang berhubungan dengan COVID 19 dan membahas benang merah antara pandemi dan desain arsitektur nabati. Sebagai objek studi yaitu karya mahasiswa dan arsitek profesional dalam menanggapi ide pertanian perkotaan. Hasil pembahasan menemukan bahwa Arsitektur Nabati mampu menjadi upaya mitigasi awal terhadap bencana pandemi dengan memberikan kualitas udara dan pencahayaan yang baik bagi ruang dan mampu menyehatkan penghuninya serta memberikan ketahanan pangan akibat keterbatasan lahan
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Keywords: arsitektur nabati; kebiasaan hidup baru; pandemic zoonosis; pertanian perkotaan

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