The Harmony of Nature Built Environment: Its Impact for Children Growth in Karangantu Eco-Village

Dewiyanti, Dhini and Hertoety, Dianna Astrid (2011) The Harmony of Nature Built Environment: Its Impact for Children Growth in Karangantu Eco-Village. In: Prosiding The 12th International Conference on Sustainable Environment and Architecture (SENVAR 2011). Univeritas Brawijaya Malang, A3.14-22. ISBN Online: 978-602-51605-5-4

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Man and the development cannot be separated, both of them are working together to bring changes to the existing ecosystem. The planning has to consider the harmonious between the natural and its physical development. Children grow and develop in an environtment which created by adult, and it is our responsibility to create a positive environment and ensure their positive and creative growth. The study was conducted from two directions; to evaluate the Eco Village Concept using indicators of ecological planning, and evaluation of development of the child's behavior at Bugis Village as the user of the Tapak Bumi Ecovillage. The results is the Environment Elements as Children Development Stimulator, which will be used as input datas for the planning process of our second’s year research which grant by DP2M DIKTI

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: Natural Environment, Ecovillage, Children Behavior, Ecological Planning
Subjects: 700_THE ARTS; FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS > 720_Architecture.
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture
Depositing User: Mia Hayati Kosasih
Date Deposited: 02 Sep 2022 02:45
Last Modified: 02 Sep 2022 02:45

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