CULTURE–INCLUSIVE TOILET DESIGN FOR YPAB BLIND SCHOOL IN SURABAYA

TANUWIDJAJA Gunawan




Abstract


Toileting culture affects the toileting design. Adaptive - inclusive toilet design strategy was needed to respond the local unique toileting culture of Surabaya people. Based on toileting culture and five Inclusive design principles directed by Tanuwidjaja, the inclusive toilet was produced. The project involved four steps such as: literature review, interview and photo documents, participative design workshops and design development. Therefore, a final design was produced and found acceptable for Surabaya people.


Keywords


Adaptive; inclusive; toileting culture; squatting; sitting; UNDK

References


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Tanuwidjaja, G. et al. (2013). Final Report of UNDK Mini Project: Portraying the Toileting Culture of Surabaya People: People Perception, and Toilet Design Diversity, Petra Christian University, for University Network for Digital Local Knowledge Indonesia.

The British Standards Institute (2005). British Stan-dard 7000-6:2005. Design Management Systems - Managing Inclusive Design quoted in http://www-edc.eng.cam.ac.uk/betterdesign/


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