Biophilic Concept Analysis in The Interior of a Post-New Normal Residential Home

DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/1169/1/012055 Volume: Author: Ida Bagus Ananta Wijaya Publisher: IOP Year: 2023 Link:

A residential house is a basic necessity owned by everyone. In general, people are in the house staying at rest, gathering with family, and some for work. During the Covid-19 pandemic, activities carried out outdoors became limited. All work activities that previously existed outside the home were changed to inside the house or WFH (Work from Home). Even though it has become a new normal era, work from home activities are still ongoing today. With this condition, people become thinking about making the interior of the residential room comfortable. One way to make a room comfortable is to apply the Biophilic concept in the form of adding elements of indoor plants. The problem that often occurs is an error in placing or choosing the type of plant, so that it actually makes the room uncomfortable. In this study, we will examine the optimization of the Biophilic concept applied to the interior of a residential house. A mix method, which mixes quantitative and qualitative data, was employed in this investigation. The findings of this study are anticipated to serve as a guide for creating a residential home’s interior with a biophilic idea that has a visible link to nature.