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ALIFIAH AZZAHRAH

Designer of the Year

PAYABO HOUSE; SCAVENGER HOUSE

In sumba opu, lived more than 30 family that is worked as a scavenger and now crating a cylce and becoming a generational profession where the youth, elederly, even their children will to walk approximately 10 km to find plastic that will later be sold for idr 6,000/ 0,35 cents per kilogram. That is why […]

In sumba opu, lived more than 30 family that is worked as a scavenger and now crating a cylce and becoming a generational profession where the youth, elederly, even their children will to walk approximately 10 km to find plastic that will later be sold for idr 6,000/ 0,35 cents per kilogram. That is why based on the gathered statistical data, 67% of scavengers family in sumba opu earn less than IDR 1,000,000 per month.

In Payabo House, the scavenger house is located in the Benteng Sumba Opu area where most of the scavenger lived. The purpose of this design is to create a place where the scavenger in Sumba Opu can work indoor to improve their life quality and generational profession which is to collect
plastic.

The Improve

We improve the process where the scavenger can turn their plastic into shredded plastic, that have twice much price that they usually sell. Using the simplest way/machine at first, we are hoping that the scavenger were able to operate the small shredded machine that later can be improve.

The Scavenger Bottle

More than 1000 plastic bottle that we bought from the scavenger around used in this project. Other than function as partition, whiteboard or chair, the bottle can also be the identity of the place. So the scavenger will inherit the place to the next generation. The plastic can also help to reduce the build cost of this place later on.

At the end the Payabo house is designed todevelop and give an innovation to the scavenger in Sumba Opu so they and their family can get a better living Better living by clean house, less outdoor work, a little added process can give them twice as they usually earned. While the place develop we wish is that not just the scavenger from Sumba Opu can work in this place, but also All the Scavenger in South Sulawesi. This project also can be prove that design in not just used by those who can earn it, but design is use by those who needs it. Payabo House

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In sumba opu, lived more than 30 family that is worked as a scavenger and now crating a cylce and becoming a generational profession where the youth, elederly, even their children will to walk approximately 10 km to find plastic that will later be sold for idr 6,000/ 0,35 cents per kilogram. That is why based on the gathered statistical data, 67% of scavengers family in sumba opu earn less than IDR 1,000,000 per month.

In Payabo House, the scavenger house is located in the Benteng Sumba Opu area where most of the scavenger lived. The purpose of this design is to create a place where the scavenger in Sumba Opu can work indoor to improve their life quality and generational profession which is to collect
plastic.

The Improve

We improve the process where the scavenger can turn their plastic into shredded plastic, that have twice much price that they usually sell. Using the simplest way/machine at first, we are hoping that the scavenger were able to operate the small shredded machine that later can be improve.

The Scavenger Bottle

More than 1000 plastic bottle that we bought from the scavenger around used in this project. Other than function as partition, whiteboard or chair, the bottle can also be the identity of the place. So the scavenger will inherit the place to the next generation. The plastic can also help to reduce the build cost of this place later on.

At the end the Payabo house is designed todevelop and give an innovation to the scavenger in Sumba Opu so they and their family can get a better living Better living by clean house, less outdoor work, a little added process can give them twice as they usually earned. While the place develop we wish is that not just the scavenger from Sumba Opu can work in this place, but also All the Scavenger in South Sulawesi. This project also can be prove that design in not just used by those who can earn it, but design is use by those who needs it. Payabo House

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