EFFECTS OF IMPLEMENTING MODULAR CONTAINER STRUCTURE TOWARDS THE ROOM AND CORRIDOR QUALITY IN CHARA HOTEL

Nathania Nadia ; Laurentia Carissa

Abstract


Abstract- Containers have a lifetime, so afterward abandoned. The use of used containers as buildings have grown
and become popular in some countries. Containers have fixed length, width, and height. The use of containers as
a hotel function requires adjustment of size and material. This research will analyze how far the fixed container
structure is used in the Chara Hotel, adapters of fixed containers with the space requirements in them and the
effect of container material on human psychology.
Research is reviewed in quantitative (size) and qualitative (psychological effects). The research will be
done by looking at how far the container structure is used in the building. Analysis of how closely the relationship
between the structure of the container and the rigid frame with the bedroom and corridor architecture is in terms
of room size and space quality.
The size of the container dimension can be put to good use as a function of the bedroom. Structural
containers and rigid frame structures are frame structures and architectural structures. The length and height of
the corridor are good, the width of the corridor is less wide. The function of the space of the container structure
and the rigid frame to space is good because the structure does not impede function and circulation.
Key Words: container structure, rigid frame structure, space quantity, space quality

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