Greenship Assessment of Indoor Health Comfort in Adaptive Reused Building
Wardhani, Dyah Kusuma
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When a heritage building can no longer function, a new function must be proposed to preserve that building. Of all several colonial buildings that have been changed, the space adjustments made to the existing conditions of those buildings have not paid attention to the tenant’ condition and comfort. The application of adaptive reuse in Surabaya is mainly carried out in colonial buildings, one of which is the Library of Bank Indonesia. Indoor Health and Comfort (IHC ) as one of the Greenship Interior Space criteria is used to assess the condition of the building of Library of Bank Indonesia since it is related to the health and comfort’s health of tenant. The use of Greenship Interior Space as criteria for assessing building condition is especially useful for design sustainability in reducing energy and saving resources. The criteria of Indoor Health and Comfort (IHC) of Greenship Interior Space which are used as observation for the Library of Bank Indonesia consist of No Smoking Campaign (IHC P), Outdoor Air Introduction (IHC 1), CO2 Monitoring (IHC 2), Chemical Pollutant (IHC 3), Indoor Pollutant Source Control (IHC 4), Biological Pollutant (IHC 5), Visual Comfort (IHC 6), Outside View and Daylight (IHC 7), Thermal Comfort (IHC 8), Acoustic Level (IHC 9), Interior Plants (IHC 10), Pest Management (IHC 11), and Room Occupant Survey (IHC 12). Of all 31 points as the total points of IHC values,, the Library of Bank Indonesia has got 9 points. Adaptive reused buildings is one way of sustainable development on an urban scale, especially in extending the life of buildings, reducing waste from building destruction, saving energy and providing socio-economic benefits to the community.