ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur

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ISSN / EISSN : 2541-0598 / 2541-1217
Total articles ≅ 133
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Rumiati Rosaline Tobing, Andi Kumala Sakti, Hanny
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 459-468; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.599

Toba Lake is one of Indonesia's most priority destinations included in the UNESCO Global Geopark. This makes it increasingly famous, necessitating its continued maintenance and preservation. Tourism is one of the economic sources of revenue in Indonesia. Since 2019, the government is determined to increase revenue from the tourism sector, with a target of 20 million tourists. The development of priority destinations influences environmental and socio-cultural maintenance and provides economic opportunities to local tourism village communities. The Huta Siallagan area of Samosir Regency is a village known for the beginning of the law enforcement civilization in Samosir. This tourist village has a stone trials site aged about 500 years, as one of the cultural attractions. The Stone Trial has been maintained for hundreds of years, becoming an interest to tourists, and one of the historical sites included in the Toba Caldera Geopark's geo- site. As a result, its sustainability needs to be maintained. The Samosir Regency Government is implementing the sustainability of tourism. This study showed a a survival aspect from an architectural viewpoint, reflected in the form of Huta Siallagan. The study aimed to determine the survival value in Huta Siallagan. A case study was used to explore architecture, tradition and life due to society's cultural aspects.
Nita Dwi Estika, Yudhistira Kusuma, Dewi Retno Prameswari, Iwan Sudradjat
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 339-346; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.487

Contemporary architects highlight past ideas and present new manifestos often perceived as utopian. Bjarke Ingels introduced hedonistic sustainability in response to the demand for environmentally friendly and sustainable living through different perspectives. This paper comprehensively explains the concept of hedonistic sustainability through the designs of Bjarke Ingels, a contemporary architect. Literature from various sources is examined to describe Bjarke Ingels' idea. Hedonistic sustainability combines sustainable ideas, fun, and community. Bjarke Ingels's architectural design is applied through simulation and an ironic approach. Its representation facilitates the exploration of the design objects planned concretely. The idea of playful and communality was raised through the design that accommodates various user activities. Bjarke Ingels's idea is expected to contribute to the knowledge and contemporary architecture design process in Indonesia. © 2020 Nita Dwi Estika, Yudhistira Kusuma, Dewi Retno Prameswari, Iwan Sudradjat
Yohanes Basuki Dwisusanto, Hermawan
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 479-488; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.609

Spatial patterns are formed based on local wisdom and Karangtengah Hamlet settlement which is located in the cold climate of the mountainous area in Banjarnegara Regency, Central Java has been discovered to have a uniqueness in using the fireplace as the center of its activities. Therefore, this research was conducted to uncover the basic concept of fireplace-based house spatial pattern in this settlement using a qualitative method which involves combining interview, observation, and documentation. The process also involved using 33 houses as the case study with the criterion for selection being the active use of the fireplace. The results showed the placement of fireplace in these houses was influenced by the kinship system and the purpose was to have spatial patterns designed to reduce migration from these settlements to cities.
Dhini Dewiyanti Tantarto, Dianna Astrid Hertoery
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 359-372; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.504

Playing is one of the activities naturally possessed by children from childhood and elements of learning have been observed to be in playing and vice versa. For example, traditional games have philosophical values with moral messages but they have been replaced by games prioritizing technological advancements over time. This has reduced the familiarity of many children with traditional games in recent times. Meanwhile, the reduction in the quantity and quality of play and public open space for children is often considered one of the factors causing the extinction of traditional games. The availability of an adequate environment including play areas or playground aids children's development. This paper discusses the traditional games known by the present generation and the role of space in sustaining them with the focus on West Java. The study was conducted through observation and distribution of questionnaires to children aged 6-12 years living in Bandung city and some urban settlements. The results provided an overview of the types of traditional games known by the children, the space they favored, and its role in their willingness to play. © 2020 Dhini Dewiyanti Tantarto, Dianna Astrid Hertoery
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 329-330; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.665

ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, volume 5, issue 3, December 2020 presents the fifteen on the conception of research results, which defined architecture as an inseparable coin related to "doing" and "being". The implication of the fifteen articles in the ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, volume 5 issue 3, December 2020 is that architecture is a relation and not a subject, object, doing, or being.
Alan Darma Saputra, Rahadhian Prajudi Herwindo, Yohanes Karyadi Kusliansjah
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 391-400; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.540

Bali Island is a famous tourist destination in the world and this has made it a gathering hub and multicultural meeting center for tourists from several countries, thereby, raising concern on the possibility of the area losing its traditional Balinese architecture. It is necessary to make adjustments by adopting the shape of the old Balinese building. This means the emergence of new functions is not a taboo but a new design challenge, therefore, the traditional Balinese architecture and theater provisions were combined to produce a neo-vernacular architecture by using descriptive qualitative method. This led to the application of Asta Kosala-kosali in the theater space, modification on the roof, body and legs shape of the Balinese building, and the integration of the construction system and materials in the Balinese theater architecture. © 2020 Alan Darma Saputra, Rahadhian Prajudi Herwindo, Yohanes Karyadi Kusliansjah
Indah Kartika Sari, Wiendu Nuryanti, Ikaputra
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 431-440; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.575

At the beginning of the 20th century, the terms genotype and phenotype in biology were adopted into architecture. In the science of architecture genotype was an abstract relational model that governs the arrangement of space, and the principle of organizing space while phenotype was a physical form of architecture. Genotype passed from generation to generation thus informing an identity in the community. The development of globalization and the environment can influence the identity of architectural diversity in each region. Vulnerability in the transformation of architectural forms can have an impact on identities that can survive or disappear. Malay traditional houses in West Kalimantan are on stilts and are located on the riverside. the sample used is a traditional Malay house around the palace in West Kalimantan with a sample of 8 cities and uses 69 sample houses. The method in this study uses the Levi Strauss structuralism and configuration space. External structure analysis has an informed of variation phenotype. through configuration space to finding archetypes. Then, continue to inner structure analysis to finding genotype from that archetype. The result from this study found the value and meanings of principle and arrangement space in traditional Malay house in West Kalimantan in the form of zoning of men and women as well as clean and dirty zones which have always been passed down from generation to generation.
Stephanus Evert Indrawan, Gervasius Herry Purwoko, Tri Noviyanto P. Utomo
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 347-358; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.488

Indonesia is located in a geographic area that is prone to disasters; thus, it is necessary to raise awareness about the science of disaster mitigation, including the provision of safe/suitable temporary shelter/building facilities for victims. In a number of disasters, it can be seen that confusion and access to the affected transportation will lead to difficulties in delivering disaster relief and supporting equipment to build post-disaster facilities. Therefore, we need a construction system that is easily assembled, stable, and easy to carry. In this case, the designer uses one type of shell structure, i.e. Minimum Surface principle which is the basis of the Inflatable Structure or Pneumatic Structure. By developing lightweight structures that refer to this principle, the designer can process architectural forms that are lighter and more stable. In this paper, the discussion is limited to the use of materials made from plywood based on the principle of Minimal Surface structure because this material is easily obtained and processed. The research questions of this study are how to create a fast raft construction system for post-disaster needs with plywood base material and how to process the connection system or plywood construction to have structural capability. © 2020 Stephanus Evert Indrawan, Gervasius Herry Purwoko, Tri Noviyanto P. Utomo
Apridus Kefas Lapenangga, Donatus Ara Kian, Benediktus Boli
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 469-478; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.601

Ume kbubu, as the traditional house of the Fatumnasi community, is a cultural product from local wisdom which has continually been adapted to the environment to ensure its sustainability. This research was, therefore, conducted to explore the principles of sustainable architecture in ume kbubu using an explorative approach with an ethnographic design applied to obtain necessary information from the objects of study such as the houses of the Village Head and the leader of Hamlet 1 in Fatumnasi village which were determined using a purposive sampling technique. The data were obtained through observation, interviews, and literature study and the results showed the ume kbubu’s sustainability is due to its long adaptation and natural selection for years which makes it a sustainable architecture and was also found to fulfill the three elements required which are economic, social and environmental.
Dalhar Susanto, Widyarko, Nisrina Dewi Salsabila
ARTEKS : Jurnal Teknik Arsitektur, Volume 5, pp 409-420; doi:10.30822/arteks.v5i3.563

Urban kampung in Indonesia has the characteristics of a high population density living in a limited amount of land. Residents of an urban kampung require a space that can be used together to carry out communal activities. However, the limited amount of land in a kampung causes these activities to occupy whatever land is available which often has uncertain ownership status. A team from the Department of Architecture UI built 'Popsyandu' shelter in Kampung Palsigunung, Depok, West Java, using the 'flexible architecture' approach to respond to the needs and issues of the kampung. Using qualitative methods and data collection through observation and interview, this paper attempts to discuss the application of flexible architecture in the design of 'Popsyandu'. The result shows that the application of 'flexible architecture' approach is difficult to be comprehended by the residents of the kampung, even though the designers tried to involve the residents during the design and construction process. Therefore, the authors conclude that in adopting a flexible architecture to respond to certain issues, the designer must consider the capabilities of the user instead of just following the theories stated beforehand. © 2020 Dalhar Susanto, Widyarko, Nisrina Dewi Salsabila
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