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Volume 331, 2020International Conference on Urban Disaster Resilience (ICUDR 2019)
|Number of page(s)||10|
|Section||Urban Sustainable Planning|
|Published online||09 December 2020|
Adaptive reuse to concept of land use planning and design. Case study: Independent integrated city in Morowali, Central Sulawesi
1 Department of Architecture and Planning, Faculty of Engineering, State University of Tadulako, Mantikulore, Palu, Central Sulawesi, 94148. Indonesia
2 Department of Management, Faculty of Economics, State University of Tadulako, Mantikulore, Palu, Central Sulawesi, 94148. Indonesia
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Re-adaptation is a method of controlling the use of space, it is also related to and applies to regional regulations regarding the spatial plan of Morowali Regency which is determined as an independent integrated City area in Bungku. The trend of land use at the independent integrated city, Bungku Central Zone, until now functionally has experienced many developments. The main function of the region since its inception was developed as a Regional Government Centre. Sustainability as an important concept in the 20th century has defined “meeting the needs of the present without compromising the needs of future generations” by the World Commission on Environment and Development. In architecture sustainability is characterized as a system which investigates the relationships between the built environment and human being, economical usage of sources and reuse activities, contributes to form liveable environments, improve life quality and provide continuity. Adaptive reuse is one of the sustainable architecture components is seen as an issue to be handled as sustainable resource usage. The sustainability understanding – which has a goal considering the balance of economic growth with conservation – aims to prevent the destruction and disappearance of cultural assets and improve by conserving.
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