Sasayum Community Market

Best Project of Building or Facility by Student

About the project
Sasayum Community Market is a place for society, children, students, to socialize, greet, and smile with others and as a place for sell goods, foods, and culinary to solve public space crisis problem and improve economy for micro business in Jetis, Kota Yogyakarta.
Social Problem: There isn't any public space for kids, society, students to meet each others. Even in 1.5 km radius nearby site!
Ecology: Decreasing green open space, urban heat island, decreasing soil water level in Yogyakarta.
Economy Micro: Uncontrolled micro non-formal economy activity near site and low capability for low-middle income class to start a business.
Economy Macro: High potential of economy activity because of site location near the highway, and Jetis government has a concern to develop tourism economy based in Jetis.
How to solve all this problem at the same time? Concept: Sasayum (Salam dengan Ibu Pertiwi, Sapa sesama saudara, Senyum melihat Untung).

Jl. Magelang, Bumijo, Jetis, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Project design year

Extra visual materials
Image & Poster:
Interior 3rd Floor Video:

Applicant and author of the project
David Chow, architecture student from Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta, Indonesia. He has interest to make architecture as a media to solve nearby problems. He tend to prioritize efficiency of problem solving and programming than shape of a building. Most of his project showing his maturity design skill. He can control his own design urge in order to give the best solution for a problem. Form follows problem. One of his project, Sasayum Community Market, awarded as winner in DA 3 Award.

Other participants
Mentor for studio: Ar. Arief Isredfidianto, S.T., MAUD., IAI
Assistant Mentor: Meilissa P E Aritonang

Status of the project
Conceptual design

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