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Yusuf Rizky Hidayat, 22. Januar 2024
Community-Centric Resilience in Architectural Design:
Embodying a holistic approach, Community-Centric Resilience in architectural design addresses societal challenges like social inequality, economic instability, and climate change, aiming to create supportive neighborhood environments for a higher quality of life.

By fostering strong social connections and employing sustainable design practices, architects contribute to lower rates of crime and violence, improved physical health, and increased economic opportunities. Successful case studies, such as The Spot in Sydney, The High Line in New York City, and The Borneo-Sporenburg Housing Complex in Amsterdam, showcase the positive impact of community-driven design, emphasizing collaboration between architects, planners, and community members to ensure architecture meets diverse community needs.

Through these efforts, architecture becomes a catalyst for enhancing social cohesion, community engagement, and sustainability, ultimately leading to resilient communities poised for a brighter future.