Design Project 5: Open-Air Community Collective to Celebrate Diversity and InclusivityAssignment OverviewBased on your readings and research this past week, you will create a conceptual design for a culturally defined Open Air Community Collective, a place to celebrate resiliency, recovery, hope, diversity and inclusivity. The design development will include your initial conceptual facility in Week 9. Continue with your option as listed below, in the same region that you selected in W9 RP5 Assignment.You are given a 100 ft x 100 ft square space. The total area will be 10,000 sq feet suited for a reasonable Open Air Community Collective which must include your option of building design. Your total building option of 4,000 – 4800 sq feet. depending on your design concept. (In week 9, your option was 1000, 1200 sq ft.) dedicated space for vegetable gardening (max of 1600 sq feet)https://www.growveg.com/guides/how-to-plan-a-vegetable-garden-a-step-by-step-guide/ an outdoor fitness facility/grounds (max of 1600 sq feet)https://news.iu.edu/stories/2020/08/iupui/inside/10-fitness-garden-school-of-health-and-human-sciences.htm and an area for easy to assemble market kiosks (max of 1600 sq feet)https://www.pinterest.com/pin/440015826075899767/ other areas you need to add to complete the 10,000 total area.The links are representative. You can choose other parallel ideas suitable to your country.In addition, the final design of the Open Air Community Collective must include any of the option you have complete.Option 1 – Slumlifting : Culture-specific Girls’ School (Target – Elementary School)Option 2 – Development Workshop : Prevention Training Facility (Target – Young and Older Adults)Option 3 – Green Recovery : Beyond Shelter for Orphanage (Target – Elementary and Middle School)Option 4 – Building for Peace : Refugee Learning Center (Target – Young and Older Adults)You will develop your conceptual idea on a design poster. On your poster, you will need to note the global design factors that informed or gave the design context such as cultural or religious influence, vernacular design elements or materials, environmental impact, color, and the impact of the built environment on the human experience.Step 1: Create a Schematic Design PosterCreate a conceptual, schematic design solution for a culturally sensitive facility for the region that you researched in RP9 Assignment. The facility should address spaces and services required to empower women, girls, and the entire local community. On your poster, identify and discuss in notes the gender inequality issues, services, or spaces that you are including in your conceptual design.Note: This design solution is a more developed version of week 9 concept, so you need to be concerned with dimensions or restrictions. The objective is to show creative, conceptual ideas that represent the region you have researched. There is no limit to your creative freedom on this assignment! Improve and finalize your earlier ideas.Expected outcomes in 2-4 sheets:Concept / Design RationaleRelevance to country and the specific objectives and goals.Overall plan with scaled dimensions showing detailed building design.Annotation on materials and appropriate labels on rooms.Prototypical images of the outdoor initiatives.Six 3D color-rendered sketches.All developmental sketches used from RP9.Include schematic diagrams or layouts and thorough notes that will illustrate and describe your design in an architectural poster format.Your poster should clearly manifest the cultural influence, symbolism, and elements that were included in your research and essay from previous assignment. Refer to item 2.Review the following presentation for tips on creating a design poster:Poster PresentationYou can use any software program you prefer to create the poster (such as Microsoft PowerPoint, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Illustrator, or Adobe Photoshop), but you must convert the final poster to an Adobe PDF file prior to submitting it.Review the following PDF for some tips:Sketching Tipshttps://lifestyledenver.com/onward-community-colle…https://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/diane-ke…NUMBER 2 DISCUSSION Global Design DD5We have seen several negative impacts of political displacement, poverty, war, and natural calamities on society. However, some of the issues are also inflicted by mankind himself – for example, the issue on gender inequality. Question 1: What is the nature of gender inequality in the country you are researching in Asia, Latin America and Africa? What are the prevalent conditions? How are the women coping with such social issues? What are the major innovative solutions are being done to resolve such inequality? Provide a link of the best practice on innovative solution.Question 2: If you are to develop a project that is connected to a built environment/adaptive reuse that can be converted into purposeful facilities; which of the options enumerated below will you focus? Assume that the space will be a small warehouse built under 5,000 sq. ft.Option 1 – Green Recovery Environmental Conservation Option 2 – Learning Facility for Children with Special DisabilitiesOption 3 – Shelter for Teenage Pregnancy and ChildcareOption 4 – Crisis and Assistance Center for Displaced Refugees Respond in about 250-300 words. Find two other peers and comment on their viewpoints. Comment to peers should at least be 75 words. Your main response and comments are due on the given deadline. Make an attempt to respond early.