Comfort Space for Depressed Woman after Giving Birth: The Enticing Factors

Yeptadian Sari, Izwan Ariq Nursandi


Architecture is closely related to human and also related to their ways of life. Different ways of human life can create different architectures. But it is not impossible that architecture itself can change human’s way of life. Postpartum women have a lot of problems, especially mental and psychological problems. There are a lot of concepts of architecture that can help woman to solve their problem after giving birth, make them find their comfort space so that their depressive symptoms slowly diminish. This research was trying to find the enticing factors that make woman enjoy their space and help them reduce their postpartum depression symptoms. The analysis used in this study was inferential analysis, namely factor analysis to find the enticing factors. This research found that comfort space for depressed woman after giving birth could be affected by three factors, namely feminine concept, privacy concept and self-care concept.

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