:: International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies
FEATURE PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLE
Rini S. Saptaningtyas (Department of Architecture, University of Mataram, INDONESIA),
Pandu K. Utomo ( Department of Architecture, Mulawarman University, INDONESIA),
Teti Handayani (Department of Architecture, University of Mataram, INDONESIA).
Disciplinary: Architectural Design, Child-Oriented Facility, Child Development, Child Law & Regulations.
Keywords: Playground design; Green Open Space; Asak architecture; Children play; Social facility; Smart space function; Park building; Child-Friendly Integrated Public Space (CFIPS); Public space; Child mental development.
The goal of Smart Park Design is to provide a place for children to develop their talents/artistic creation, learning technology, gain skills, read knowledge books, and recreation areas. This study uses the descriptive analysis method from the obtained data, both primary data and secondary data. This work will formulate the basic program for the development of the Smart Park in the sports center area of the North Lombok Regency. The Smart Park design is divided into 4th zones: parking zones, transition zones, building zones and facilities, and green open cast zones. The design of the Smart Park will help children's mental and social development well and make children healthier and happier. Children as the nation's successor will become a reliable driver to develop towards a developed and prosperous Indonesia.
Paper ID: 12A7K
Cite this article:
Saptaningtyas, R. S., Utomo, P. K., and Handayani, T. (2021). Smart Park Design as a Supporting Facility for Child Growth. International Transaction Journal of Engineering, Management, & Applied Sciences & Technologies, 12(7), 12A7K, 1-15. http://doi.org/10.14456/ITJEMAST.2021.137