Arsitektura

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ISSN / EISSN: 16933680 / 25802976
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Ceratomia Sonaesti, Edi Purwanto, Wijayanti Wijayanti
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Arsitektura, Volume 20, pp 305-326; https://doi.org/10.20961/arst.v20i2.64277

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Kampung Batik Semarang is now developing into a tourist destination that is thought to have a place attachment. Place attachment is built through place creation, place identity and place dependence. This study uses a qualitative method, aims to identify places that contain place attachments, find out the processes and factors that form place attachments, and map the relationship patterns of these places. The results conclude that the creation of place attachmentin physical elements, activities and functions, due to the development of latent activities. The identity of a place is built through its physical and non-physical identity. Place dependence is manifested in a sense of belonging, security, pride, memory, a feeling of being at home, and a desire to maintain a place. The factors that influence it are the fulfillment of the community's need for public space, historical, cultural and economic factors, good location, physical condition and available facilities.
Amelia Fitri Kusumawardani, Sri Yuliani, Ofita Purwani, Meliana Yustika Santi
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Arsitektura, Volume 20, pp 365-378; https://doi.org/10.20961/arst.v20i2.65941

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The therapeutic space approach is an architectural concept that emphasizes the interaction of psychological and physiological elements in order to improve the well-being of patients through utilizing the functions of the built environment. It is necessary to further research into the connection between depression and the concept of therapeutic space is required.Therefore, this research identified the needs of people suffering from depression related to therapeutic space. Method used analysis content of three theories and comparative content of them. The of therapeutic space theories are compared consist of Chrysikou, Jordan, and Liddicoat. The results of the comparison of the three theories are modified as the guidelines theory suitable for considering in designing of therapeutic space in the rehabilitation center for depression disorder by integrated harmony with nature.
Rifdah Azizah Salsabila, Susy Budi Astuti
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Arsitektura, Volume 20, pp 265-274; https://doi.org/10.20961/arst.v20i2.59408

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Bungkul Park as one of the green open spaces in Surabaya is known as the best city park locally and internationally. The implementation and management of the park's environment has improved and developed over time. The aim of this paper was to determine whether Bungkul Park Surabaya has been effective in the ecological function of city parks and the application of SDGs to Bungkul Park facilities. The research method used in this study is qualitative by observing the activities of Bungkul Park visitors and conducting literature studies. The results of this paper indicate that Bungkul Park Surabaya needs to apply the concept of a green park to the waste system, structuring street vendors, and landscaping to support the Sustainable Development Goals.
Lestari Lestari, Muhammad Ridha Alhamdani, Muhammad Nurhamsyah, Syaiful Muazir, Rudiyono Rudiyono
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Arsitektura, Volume 20, pp 193-204; https://doi.org/10.20961/arst.v20i2.56058

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The research of the thermal environment of the school building is useful for determining the design strategy of a thermally comfortable school building. This research method is based on field measurements. A total of 8 classrooms from 4 public school buildings in Pontianak City with different characteristics of opening directions, orientations, and floor locations were selected in this study. The results showed that the air temperature and humidity in the classroom ranged between 26.9oC-33.5oC and 74.5%-84.2%. The average air velocity in the classroom is 0.24m/s. The globe temperature is higher than the air temperature with an average difference of 7.7oC. Protection against solar radiation and increased air velocity can be potential design strategies to achieve thermal comfort in classrooms.
Lia Rosmala Schiffer, Atiek Suprapti Budiarto, R. Siti Rukayah, Yudi Nugraha Bahar
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Arsitektura, Volume 20, pp 297-304; https://doi.org/10.20961/arst.v20i2.64108

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The Great Mosque of Sang Cipta Rasa is located in front of the Kasepuhan Palace Complex to the west of the square in front of the Kasepuhan Palace, Cirebon. The construction of this mosque was assisted by Sunan Bonang and Sunan Kalijaga. The physical work was carried out by the former Majapahit architect, Raden Sepat, assisted by 500 of his troops who were former Majapahit troops. (Budi, 2015). The religious shift from the end of the Hindu-Buddhist era to the entry of Islam affected the facade of the Great Mosque of Sang Cipta Rasa in Cirebon. Elements forming a building facade generally include the site entrance, ground floor zone, arcades, windows and building entrances, fences, roofs, and signs. and ornaments. This study uses a descriptive technique in its explanation. The research method used is a qualitative method, by observing the variable character of the facade of the Great Mosque of Sang Cipta. The purpose of this paper is to examine how the facade design of the Great Mosque of Sang Cipta on doors, windows, walls, and ornaments contains elements and components of Hindu, Javanese, Chinese and Islamic historical influences.
Labitta Qonitah, Agus Suharjono Ekomadyo
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Arsitektura, Volume 20, pp 289-296; https://doi.org/10.20961/arst.v20i2.60074

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The thematic village-based revitalization of settlement is an application to reorganize the urban village. The development of thematic villages is formed by the creative potential of a place. Kampung Batik is a thematic villages in Semarang, which was transformed into thematic village by creative movement, This paper will discuss transformation process of Kampung Batik Semarang by creative placemaking approach. It is found, by creative placemaking perspective, Kampung Batik transformation can raise its potential. The transformation Batik was initiated by the residents as public participation for creative placemaking.  The creative movement has an impact on livability and economic development in Batik Village.
Mia Wimala, Benjamin Bonardo, Wisena Perceka, Carissa Carissa
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Arsitektura, Volume 20, pp 327-340; https://doi.org/10.20961/arst.v20i2.60111

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The RISHA applied to the Jayagiri house was compared with conventional technology, in terms of construction duration, costs, and environmental friendliness. The strength of the RISHA structure was be analyzed based on existing standards using SAP2000 and spColumn. The data were the literature studies and interviews with RISHA users, applicators, and the Directorate of Engineering Affairs for Human Settlements and Housing. Compared to conventional, the Jayagiri house is proven to be more eco-friendly with an efficiency value of 48.6 points. It was also built four weeks faster, with a lower cost of IDR123,043.90 per square meter, or 3.97%. The strength analysis shows that the capacity of the column reinforcement is still capable of carrying the designed load, the anchorage capacity of the X-direction beam has not met the requirements.
Arsitektura Jurnal Ilmiah Arsitektur Dan Lingkungan Binaan
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Moh Syahru Romadhon Sholeh, I Gusti Ngurah Antaryama, Vincentius Totok Noerwasito
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Arsitektura, Volume 20, pp 341-352; https://doi.org/10.20961/arst.v20i2.63330

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The SDG's primary target of providing an inclusive environment has a lot to do with the quality of public services. However, in terms of infrastructure, there are still various shortcomings, especially in implementing designs based on inclusive design.  Malang City, one of the cities with new public service facilities, chose an existing building to become a public service mall. Issues that occur include unfriendly circulation, inappropriate space functions and not adequately accommodated mobility of users with special needs, elders and children because there is only one access. This research uses a qualitative approach with observation and interviews as a method and the principle of inclusive design as a research tool. The result of the study from this research is that the Mal Pelayanan Publik Merdeka Kota Malang has not yet become an inclusive public facility.
Jarwa Prasetya Sih Handoko, Arif Kusumawanto, Atyanto Dharoko, Eugenius Pradipto
Published: 31 October 2022
Journal: Arsitektura
Arsitektura, Volume 20, pp 229-238; https://doi.org/10.20961/arst.v20i2.59273

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The research has a background of various housing development problems that require solutions, because housing is a basic human need. Development should be able to realize decent and sustainable housing, especially in developing countries including Indonesia. This research uses descriptive qualitative method with literature study or content analysis. The results of the study conclude that the problems of housing procurement include the high level of energy consumption of residential buildings, the low level of comfort of residential buildings, low levels of building health, building level considerations that are often ignored. security and also the level of respect for human dignity in the provision of housing need to be considered.
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