PERANCANGAN DOG CENTRE BANTUL, YOGYAKARTA

21081257, MICHELLE NATANIEL YUGIE (2013) PERANCANGAN DOG CENTRE BANTUL, YOGYAKARTA. Bachelor thesis, Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana.

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Abstract

Born of The Dog Centre Project- Dog is a very lovely animal which has been known as human's best friend. Nowadays, having dog as pet has become common thing and also lifestyle. However, the lack of animal welfare understanding has lead to phenomenons such as dog or animal abuse, uncontrolled growth number, the absence of care and love from the owners, turning dogs into foods, and other negligences come from the society. Yogyakarta is a city which now facing those phenomenons above. Recovery comes from the people who unite together, defending the life of animals by educationing the society and rescueing endangered animals. The dog centre is expected to accomodate those people to educate the society and rescuing dogs in order to give them a new family based on the standards of animal welfare. Transformation Design-The design of the dog centre was divided into 8 basic functional modules. Those are dog habitat, adoption lobby, lost and found lobby, program support area, ancillary service, administrative, evaluation, and building support. With each of these modules have their own spesific functions, those modules affected so hard in making the design, especially in zoning, circulation, and also giving a complex plans in order to accomodate the activities of facilitators, visitors, healthy dogs, and unhealthy dogs. Final Design- The dog centre consists of 2 building which are seperated by local road and bordered by 2 rivers. The east building consists of education area, office, medical service, isolation, and quarantine. The west building consists of adoption area, lost and found area, boarding area, and grooming. The dog centre also has a dog training or gathering fields and cemetary for the dog. In order to make sure the area is not noisy, a noise barrier was needed. Noise barrier comes from the pergolas and coridor which is surrounding the whole buildings. Conclusion- The dog centre is not only expected to be a right shelter for the re-homing dogs but also accommodating the people or organization who fight for animal welfare, visitors who want their dogs to be trained, checked-up, boarded, and groomed. the purpose of all of these is to personify animal welfare through society education.

Item Type: Thesis (Bachelor)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Anjing, Perawatan, Yogyakarta
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture
Q Science > QL Zoology
Divisions: Fakultas Arsitektur dan Desain > Prodi Arsitektur
Depositing User: ms priska lim
Date Deposited: 24 Nov 2020 02:04
Last Modified: 24 Nov 2020 02:04
URI: http://katalog.ukdw.ac.id/id/eprint/3600

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