Improving the Public Building Green Concept with Greenship New Building Version 1.2

  • Maranatha Wijayaningtyas
  • Togi Halomoan Nainggolan
  • Ellysa Nursanti
Keywords: Greenship New Building version 1.2, Green Building, Mixed Method, Malang Creative Center


Green building criteria analysis research based on Greenship New Building version 1.2 in the Malang Creative Center (MCC) building aims to analyze criterion benchmarks and green rating building on MCC buildings based on greenship rating criteria tools. Because many buildings stand in Indonesia, especially Malang City, it causes environmental problems that have fatal consequences for human life. The research method used in solving the problem mentioned above, namely using a quantitative approach to examine the application of green building principles at MCC, is based on Greenship New Building version 1.2. Data was collected using observation techniques, interviewing experts and building managers. Results of the study based on the benchmark of green building criteria show a percentage of 37,62%. Therefore, it demonstrates that MCC gets a "bronze" rank. However, this ranking can still be upgraded to "gold" by paying attention and doing what experts suggest.


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How to Cite
Wijayaningtyas, M., Nainggolan, T. H., & Nursanti, E. (2023). Improving the Public Building Green Concept with Greenship New Building Version 1.2. European Journal of Science, Innovation and Technology, 3(6), 82-95. Retrieved from