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Ruang-Space: Jurnal Lingkungan Binaan (Journal of The Built Environment)
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  • Sampul Depan

    • Authors: Made Swanendri
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Detil Publikasi

    • Authors: Gusti Ayu Made Suartika
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Daftar Isi

    • Authors: Gusti Ayu Suartika, Dwi Ely Wardani, Cynthia E.V Wuisang, Ariani Mandala, Hafid Setiadi, Edi Subagijo, Angela Upitya Paramitasari, Ema Yunita Titisari, Ni Ketut Ayu Intan Putri Mentari Indrian
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Sampul Belakang

    • Authors: Made Swanendri
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Editorial: Globalised World and Local Cultures

    • Authors: Gusti Ayu Made Suartika
      Pages: 1 - 4
      Abstract: Global development contains a major paradox. On the one hand it tends towards a uniformity in capitalist economics (state neo-corporatism, increasing commodification of public assets, informational monopolies etc), but on the other to a diversity of social forms that rise above traditional cultures and practices. Globalisation therefore has its own culture and communities generated by production and diffusion of electronic information (Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, WhatsApp, professional and educational networks etc). While this context exists across space it is not fundamentally place based like local communities where people raise their children, create social networks based on material needs and worship their gods. There exists an uneasy tension between these two events, the space based electronic culture and the place based communal culture. Hence the question arises as to whether resistance is either necessary or possible against globalisation which appears to constitute an enduring and irresistible force. Is it possible to guarantee both cultural forms, or is one (the global) destined to exterminate the other' If so how can this be prevented' Local cultures are also faced with their own internal dynamics, usually tending towards stasis, e.g Ajeg Bali movement taking place in Bali Island. But cultures that do not adapt and develop are threatened with extinction. The fundamental difference between the global and the local lies in their structure. Globalisation is fundamentally an economic form that derives its organisation from the ideological tenets of capitalism. Local cultures derive theirs from tradition, religion, social relations, and language. There are clearly a plethora of responses to these questions. For example is a third culture possible, one that merges the best of both systems, the space based and the place based urban life' Other questions follow. ‘Can there ever be “the best of both worlds”' in which case what is to be sacrificed from each social form' Given that capitalism as a system is largely out of control and has no moral core, no bargain seems likely or reasonable, at least from the local to the global. In addition, arguing logically against the seduction of the capitalist system seems pointless – we all want new cars, jobs, clothes and more significantly, our desires fulfilled in a world where needs have largely been transcended. Contextualizing its fifth volume of publication within this context, Journal Ruang-Space offers eight articles. The first one is by Dwi Ely Wardani and M. Sani Roychansyah entitled Inklusivitas Jalur Pedestrian Di Sekitar Kampus Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta, Studi Kasus Penggal Jln. A.Yani, Jln. Garuda Mas dan Jln.Menco Raya Kartasura, Jawa Tengah (The Inclusivity of Pedestrian Paths surrounding the University of Muhammadiyah Surakarta, Case Study of A. Yani Road, Garuda Mas Road and Menco Raya Kartasura Road, Centre of Java Island). The second writing is authored by Cynthia E.V. Wuisang, Frits O.P. Siregar, and Faizah Mastuti. The title of this joint publication is Eksistensi Bangunan dan Kawasan Bersejarah di Kota Manado dan Peranannya sebagai Urban Heritage (The Existence of Historical Buildings and Zones in Manado City and Their Roles as Urban Heritages). The third publication is written by Ariani Mandala and Vania Sheila, entitled Kontribusi Pencahayaan Buatan terhadap Kualitas Visual Bangunan pada Malam Hari: StudiKasus Bangunan Bersejarah di Sekitar Kawasan Simpang Lima, Semarang (The Contributions of Man Made Lightings towards the Visual Quality of Buildings in the Evening: Case Study of Historical Buildings Situated around Simpang Lima Zone in Semarang City). The fourth article is composed by Hafid Setiadi with a title of Perubahan Identitas Tempat dan Konflik Ruang di Pinggiran: Studi Awal Tentang Urban Habitus dalam Transformasi Ruang di Kota Depok, Jawa Barat (Change in Identity of a Place and Spatial Conflict in a Peripheral Area: A Preliminary Studi of Urban Habitus and Spatial Transpormation of Depok City, West of Java Island). The fifth article is by Edi Subagijo and Tonny Suhartono with a given title of Model Pengembangan Kriteria Desain Rusunawa Berdasarkan Kepuasan Penghuni: Studi Kasus, Rumah Susun Sederhana Sewa Kutobedah di Kota Malang (Development Model for Design Criteria of Rental High-rise Housing Unit Based on Occupants' Satisfaction: Case Study of Kutubedah Rental High-rise Housing Unit in Malang City). The sixth paper is by Angela Upitya Paramitasari, Witanti Nur Utami, and Aria Adrian. The tittle of this paper is Identifikasi Kriteria Perancangan ‘Eks Palaguna’ di CBD Kota Bandung Berdasarkan Identitas Kota melalui Sense of Place (The Identification of Design Criteria for Ex Palaguna in Bandung Central Business District based on Urban Identity and Sense of Place). The seventh article is authored by Ema Yunita Titisari, Antariksa, Lisa Dwi Wulandari, and Surjono, entittled Sumber Air dalam Ruang Budaya Masyarakat Desa Toyomerto Singosari, Malang (Water Sources in Cultural Space of the Toyomerta Community in Singosari, Malang). The last one is written by Ni Ketut Ayu Intan Putri Mentari Indriani, entitled The Formation of Territoriality within a Crowded Settlement of Kampung Jawa, in Denpasar City (Proses Terbentuknya Teritorialitas pada Permukiman Padat Penghuni di Kampung Jawa, Denpasar).
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Inklusivitas Jalur Pedestrian di Sekitar Kampus Universitas Muhammadiyah
           Surakarta, Studi Kasus Penggal Jln. A.Yani, Jln. Garuda Mas dan Jln. Menco
           Raya Kartasura, Jawa Tengah

    • Authors: Dwi Ely Wardani, M. Sani Roychansyah
      Pages: 5 - 14
      Abstract: The University Campus is a main provider of higher education services for the community. It has an impact on the growth of the surrounding area, and its influence is marked by changes in land use due to the concentration of proximal business and community activities. With the growing density of the residential population, activities around UMS campus area have also resulted in a higher level of community mobility. Therefore, it is necessary to design inclusive pedestrian pathways so that communities in this area may easily move about without having to depend on motor vehicles. In addition, an effort is being made to create a pedestrian-friendly environment for disabled persons in accordance with government policy. Using a qualitative deductive method and through the application of several theories dealing with pedestrian planning, the governing principle of inclusiveness is considered to be compatible with a heterogenic campus. Linda Nussbaumer in her book Inclusive Design A Universal Need, (2012) states that the concept of inclusivity consists of six variables, but after due consideration, only 3 variables are used in this study, namely: affordability, convenience, and security. These three variables are then elaborated and used as parameters to measure the level of inclusiveness of pedestrian pathways that accommodate the need of disabled people. Keywords: pedestrian pathway, inclusive, accessibility, convenience, safety
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Eksistensi Bangunan dan Kawasan Bersejarah di Kota Manado dan Peranannya
           sebagai Urban Heritage

    • Authors: Cynthia E.V Wuisang, Frits O.P Siregar, Faizah Mastuti
      Pages: 15 - 24
      Abstract: The development of Manado City reflects modern life in urban areas, particularly population growth, massive development and the dynamics of various activities. These qualities bring changes in the use of space in urban environmental functions and changes in city characteristics and developments. Hence deterioration in the quality and image of the city is usually unavoidable. Therefore it is necessary to anticipate change and plan the protection of environmental assets that are recognized as urban heritage. Manado City has a rich catalogue of buildings and historic areas that need to be understood and acknowledged as such. In the context of historic areas of a city the conservation and preservation of buildings and spaces is universally recognized, and this paper evaluates such historic sites in Manado. Research variables include buildings and spaces which reflect cultural and historic value. Qualitative methodology is applied, using photography (visual recording and documentation); in-depth interviews and the recorded perceptions of local people in Manado City. Results demonstrate that few buildings and historical sites which have been identified in this research have been protected. Several important historic buildings go unrecognized by local government, and consequently there is a lack of action in preserving the city’s urban artefacts and historic sites. Keywords: heritage building, historical sites, urban heritage, preservation, conservation, Manado
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Kontribusi Pencahayaan Buatan terhadap Kualitas Visual Bangunan pada Malam
           Hari

    • Authors: Ariani Mandala, Vania Sheila
      Pages: 25 - 36
      Abstract: Historical buildings frequently appear distinctive in their architectural style and ornament. These buildings have an emotional impact and forms of association to eye-witnesses. While such distinction is apparent in day-time, after dark, artificial lighting plays a critical role in conserving and transforming images. The study explores the visual qualities of historical buildings in Simpang Lima, Semarang: Lawang Sewu Building, Wisma Perdamaian, and Mandala Bhakti Museum. As landmarks of the city of Semarang, historical buildings in this area have a variety of artificial lighting systems imposed on their facade. The following paper compares building visual qualities around Simpang Lima over a 24 hour period regarding the subjective perception of the viewer. The overall impression was that significant degradation of visual quality occurred at night across all subjects. Therefore, lighting systems – lighting techniques, luminance level and choice of light colour – have played an important role in reducing the visual quality of historical buildings. Observations are made as to how this situation could be improved. Keywords: visual quality, artificial lighting, the area of Simpang Lima Semarang
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Perubahan Identitas Tempat dan Konflik Ruang di Pinggiran: Studi Awal
           Tentang Urban Habitus dalam Transformasi Ruang di Kota Depok, Jawa Barat

    • Authors: Hafid Setiadi
      Pages: 37 - 50
      Abstract: The study aims to reveal ideas of structure contained in the idea of Habitus as expounded by Bourdieu. The concept is applied to urban transformation in Depok, West Java, a rapidly expanding suburb of Jakarta. In the process, actor dominance, and socio-cultural resistance in the process of urban transformation emerge as significant processes. Discussion of findings derived from observations in the field, literature reviews, and in-depth interviews are deployed, with an emphasis on the symbiotic connection between place identity and conflicts over space which occurs due to imbalances in the exercise of power. Accordingly, notions of “structuring structure” and “structured structure,” used in the study show that changes in physical performance, architectural design, and building function are reducing place identity. Much depends on the depth of spatial associations embodied by people regarding their history and its contribution to a specific place. However, resilience of place identity is able to absorb conflicts over space as a reflection of symbol competition among urban actors for strengthening their resistance to power struggles.   Keywords: place identity, conflict of space, urban habitus, urban space transformation
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Model Pengembangan Kriteria Desain Rusunawa Berdasarkan Kepuasan Penghuni:
           Studi Kasus, Rumah Susun Sederhana Sewa Kutobedah di Kota Malang

    • Authors: Edi Subagijo, Tonny Suhartono
      Pages: 51 - 64
      Abstract: The development of rented multi-storey housing unit (rusunawa) is a logical event in the growth of cities. Sooner or later the development of rusunawa will be increasingly implemented in urban areas in Indonesia. Despite the fact that people will be housed in rusunawa, it is important that kinship in the community should be maintained, thus supporting communal ties, social interaction and neighbourliness. Results of the following study into community identity support these general principles. The research method adopted used both quantitative and qualitative techniques to assess residents' satisfaction, behavioral patterns and forms of social interaction. The research suggests design criteria to support residents' satisfaction with their dwelling. The research also models the patterns of residents in public spaces (hallway, kitchen and lavatories) to measure social interaction. The research case study is located in Kutobedah Rusunawa as the first rusunawa constructed by the government of Malang City in 1995. Keywords: rusunawa, satisfaction, behavior pattern
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Identifikasi Kriteria Perancangan ‘Eks Palaguna’ di CBD Kota Bandung
           Berdasarkan Identitas Kota melalui Sense of Place

    • Authors: Angela Upitya Paramitasari, Witanti Nur Utami, Aria Adrian
      Pages: 65 - 76
      Abstract: The 'Ex Palaguna' area was the original mall in Bandung City, but has since been abandoned due to high competition. The mall was destroyed at the end of 2014. The area became a parking lot and deprived the city of a certain identity. The following research aims to re-create such urban identity as part of central Bandung. The research seeks the aspects and criteria that should be considered for 'Ex Palaguna' development as the basis for planning and design that are appropriate to its contribution to city identity and a sense of place. The method used in this research is qualitative with case study analysis. The results suggest that traditional qualities in defining ‘place’, such as form, activity, and image are highly significant to the proposed 'Ex Palaguna' area. Keywords: ex Palaguna, mall, sense of place, city identity
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Sumber Air dalam Ruang Budaya Masyarakat Desa Toyomerto Singosari, Malang

    • Authors: Ema Yunita Titisari, - Antariksa, Lisa Dwi Wulandari, - Surjono
      Pages: 77 - 90
      Abstract: In the end of Majapahit period, Buddhism built a sacred building near Sumberawan water source in Toyomerto village, with aims to strengthen the efficacy and ‘transform’ the water to be tirta amerta (sacred water). In addition to the holiness of the water and the use of the water for ritual ceremony, Sumberawan water is also used for irrigation and the daily needs of the villagers. Every year the villagers commemorate Slametan Banyu (ceremony for the water). This study highlights significance of the water source in the cultural space of Toyomerto Village, and the efforts to maintain its sustainability. This study used qualitative-descriptive methods with anthropological-historic and anthropological- ecology approaches. From the data, discourse analysis examined the water resources from the perspective of cultural attributions. The result shows that the effort of Toyomerto villagers in maintaining sustainability of the water source do not merely result from physical effort but also by transcendental commitment. The establishment of the temple, myths, and folklores are believed by the people to prevent the water source from damage. In conclusion, water sustainability should be maintained for a balance of vertical-transcendental and horizontal-social relationships. Keywords: water resources, rites, cultural space
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
  • Proses Terbentuknya Teritorialitas pada Permukiman Padat Penghuni di
           Kampung Jawa, Denpasar

    • Authors: Ni Ketut Ayu Intan Putri Mentari Indriani
      Pages: 91 - 106
      Abstract: Territoriality is a pivotal element in the study of architecture. It relates to functions that personify one's spatial behaviour in achieving a desired level of privacy. Territoriality works in parallel with a sense of belonging as well as one's controlling and defensive attitudes toward a supposedly claimed spatial context. In the populated urban settlement of the overly crowded Kampung Jawa of Denpasar City, access to space becomes a privilege its occupants hold dearly. The growing population has consequently escalated its demand for space that has no practical resolution given the amount of land available. In turn, this has affected people's manner in sharing, adapting, and conceiving their space. Grounded by such in such conditions, this study aims at identifying various territorial phenomena that take place in Kampung Jawa, as well as the spatial and social adaptations associated with each observed territorial setting. The study implements a qualitative approach and explains its findings in a descriptive manner. Primary data was collected through on-site observation and depth interviews conducted by a group of key informants. In summary, the study concludes that given a desired level of privacy, spatial containment has a direct influence on behaviour and encourages flexibility in how space is deployed and functions. Keywords: territoriality, over-populated settlement, Kampung Jawa, Denpasar City
      PubDate: 2018-04-30
      Issue No: Vol. 5, No. 1 (2018)
       
 
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