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  • Cover JAL Vol.7, No.1, April 2021

    • Authors: Pengelola JAL
      Abstract: Cover JAL Vol.7, No.1, April 2021
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
  • Daftar Isi JAL Vol.7, No.1, April 2021

    • Authors: Pengelola JAL
      Abstract: Daftar Isi JAL Vol.7, No.1, April 2021
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
  • Dewan Editor JAL Vol.7, No.1, April 2021

    • Authors: Pengelola JAL
      Abstract: Dewan Editor JAL Vol.7, No.1, April 2021
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
  • Ucapan Terima Kasih Reviewer JAL Vol.7, No.1, April 2021

    • Authors: Pengelola JAL
      Abstract: Ucapan Terima Kasih Reviewer JAL Vol.7, No.1, April 2021
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
  • Identifikasi morfometri dan pola ruang taman setra di Kecamatan Kuta
           Utara, Kabupaten Badung, Provinsi Bali

    • Authors: Putu Wiprah Baskara, Anak Agung Gede Sugianthara, I Gusti Agung Ayu Rai Asmiwyati
      Pages: 1 - 11
      Abstract: Bali island has three types of garden. One of garden’s types that exist in Bali is setra. Setra garden in Bali had been used for spiritual ceremonies like Ngaben. There were more than 1500 setra gardens that had not been yet identified in Bali. Therefore, identifying, collecting data, and mapping of setras garden were needed in analyzing the setras. Setras garden in which located in North Kuta sub-district was chosen in this research because there was not any database yet which was related to the setras especially for its space pattern and morphometry. This research aimed to identify the morphometry, space pattern, factors that affecting space pattern, and utilization of the setras in North Kuta sub-district. The research method used was survey method. This research used descriptive qualitative, and quantitative analisys. In the results, this research found that Kerobokan traditional village had the highest percentage number of setra garden which was 38,1%. Setra Tuka was located in the higest elevation (122,34 msal), while the 80% of setras was in the flat topography. The average area of setras garden in North Kuta was about 0,12 Ha. Direction of centre, and southeast was the most setras position (19%). The whole setras garden in North Kuta applied Tri Mandala concept as its space pattern and all of its space pattern was affected by tradition factor. For setras additional utilization, Caru and Ngereh have the highest percentage, while Ngelungah and Ngelangkir is more attractive activity for tourism.
      PubDate: 2021-04-26
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p01
  • Studi kinerja pemeliharaan taman di Hotel Melia Bali

    • Authors: Nengah Satria Prabawa Putra, Naniek Kohdrata, I Gusti Alit Gunadi
      Pages: 12 - 21
      Abstract: Melia Bali Hotel is one of the luxury hotels under Melia Hotel International Corporation. This hotel becomes one of the favorite destinations for tourists during their stay in Bali. This hotel is also often used as a venue for international events. The Melia Bali Hotel concerns on its garden because it is the highest value of the hotel itself. Therefore, the company ought to preserve the garden to embellish and keep the convenience of the hotel environment. This study aims to examine the garden maintenance performance in Melia Bali Hotel. The method used in this current study is a survey method. Data were collected from questionnaire, interview, observation, and literature. Interview was done with several key persons of the garden. Meanwhile, the questionnaire was delivered to twenty garden employees. According to the result of the study, the Melia Bali uses outsourcing garden maintenance crews. The garden crews working performance in maintaining the Melia Hotel garden shows above technical standard performance uses in this study. The maintenance activities are sweeping, watering, and trimming.
      PubDate: 2021-04-26
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p02
  • Studi penataan pada tanaman lanskap jalan di bagian hilir Tukad Mati,
           Kelurahan Legian, Kecamatan Kuta, Kabupaten Badung

    • Authors: Putu Candra Kusuma Dewi, Ni Wayan Febriana Utami, I Gusti Alit Gunadi
      Pages: 22 - 30
      Abstract: This research is motivated by lack of arrangement on streetscape plantations at the downstream of Tukad Mati as well as on-site roblems found such as unfit existing plantations to streetscape planting standar and unsupported behavior of community surrounding which establish unideal streetscape condition i.e. littering waste to the river, congestion created from street vendors and unintended gathering place on the sidewalks. Therefore, this study aims to determine the appropriate arrangement for streetscape with focusing on plantations arrangement. Method used in this study was field survey by implementing observations, field measurements and documentations data collection technique. Data were analyzed with descriptive qualitative method by comparing streetscape suitability with regulation standards and literatures. Results were indicated that the streetscape has potency to develop by arranging the plantations. It can be achieved by following government regulation on standard of streescape. Based on current situation of the street, it found that the previous plan for tree selection were not ideal, so it need to adjust by selecting and planting quen crape myrtle trees (Lagerstroemia speciosa) to substitute the previous streetscape plantations plan. Then, this recommended species was used as the main concept for structuring streetscape plantation at the downstream of Tukad Mati. The concept for spatial arrangement with this new tress selection will providing comfortable space for the user and improving the quality of the physical and visual of the street.
      PubDate: 2021-04-26
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p03
  • Penilaian efektivitas Lapangan Lumintang sebagai ruang terbuka publik di
           Kota Denpasar

    • Authors: I Gusti Ayu Feby Purnami Dewi, Cokorda Gede Alit Semarajaya, Ida Ayu Mayun
      Pages: 31 - 40
      Abstract: Lumintang Field is one of the artificial landscapes in the form of public open space with its main function as a ceremonial field. At present, the field also has an additional function as a place for sports, recreations and educations, its evidenced by the construction of various facilities to support community activities. Although it has been improved, this field still has problems, such as the number of visitors stepping on low plants when entering the field, so that access to the field that is not functioning properly and the absence of a parking lot makes visitors park carelessly. The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of Lumintang Field as a public open space in Denpasar City. The method used is a survey method with data collection techniques are observation, questionnaire distribution, interviews, and literature study, with data analysis such as Lumintang Field facilities analysis and analysis of public space effectiveness. The results revealed that the existence of Lumintang Field as a public open space in Denpasar City was quite effective with a value of 2.0. The participation of visitors is needed to participate in maintaining the cleanliness and preservation of Lumintang Field, and the management can make the results of the research as a reference in the future improvement of the field area.
      PubDate: 2021-04-26
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p04
  • Perancangan taman edukasi di Sekolah Harapan Bunda Jimbaran

    • Authors: Ferry Zulkifli Febrian Afaraby, Lury Sevita Yusiana, Ni Wayan Febriana Utami
      Pages: 41 - 52
      Abstract: School is a place for students to learn and build their character. Meanwhile, environmental damage caused by human activities is increasing, so that environmental awareness on school need to be developed by providing educative facilities in the form of school open space. This created to fullfill comfortable school environments while providing educative facilities and build environmental awareness of students with the adiwiyata concept which is a school program aims to encourage schools to adopt behaviors that are respectful towards the environment. This research was conducted at Harapan Bunda School (HBS), Jimbaran, Bali which has a large open space area but has not been optimized. Several facilities have been damaged due to dysfunction. The study aims to design a gardenbased learning area to optimize the potential of the outdoor space and solve the problem in the HBS. Method used in this research was field survey by implementing data collection techniques such as observation, interviews, questionnaire and literature studies. The results showed that the SHB area was designed by dividing the area into three main area i.e. activity areas, functional areas and areas of space requirements. Areas of activity include active and passive areas. Whereas, functional areas include reception areas, connecting areas and main areas. According to space requirements, the area were divided into built areas, open space and green open space equipped with pergola facilities and some benchs to support passive activities and playing fields to support active activities. Hydroponic areas and vertical gardens are also provided support green open spaces.
      PubDate: 2021-04-26
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p05
  • Perencanaan pengembangan lanskap Jalan Teuku Umar Barat, Kota Denpasar,

    • Authors: Aisyah Dian Anjelika, Ni Wayan Febriana Utami, I Made Sukewijaya
      Pages: 53 - 65
      Abstract: Teuku Umar Barat street is a collector type of street located in Denpasar City, Bali. High level activities in Teuku Umar Barat street without being accompanied by a good division of space will resulting inconvenience for users. It is also aggravated by the absence of structure and procurement of street facilities. Hence, it needs to be planned to achieve the main function of Teuku Umar Barat street. This study aims to identify the existing condition of Teuku Umar Barat street and to plan it by implementing sustainable streetscape approach. The method used in this research was field survey by conducting observation, interview, and literature study. There were four stages conducting in this research i.e. inventory, analysis, synthesis, and planning. The result of this study showed that the planning applied was natural and cultural resource approach. The sustainable streetscape resulted was planned to provide an optimal balance between community and commercial interests by ensuring the continuity of its existence.
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p06
  • Pola ruang sebaran objek dan fasilitas penunjang wisata berbasis sistem
           informasi geografis di kawasan Taman Nasional Bali Barat

    • Authors: Titan Octalia Barnad, I Gusti Agung Ayu Rai Asmiwyati, Ni Nyoman Ari Mayadewi
      Pages: 66 - 75
      Abstract: The West Bali National Park area is a nature protection area that has a conservation function as well as educational tourism. This has boosted enthusiasm for tourist visits, followed by a rapidly increasing development of tourism support facilities in the TNBB area and its buffer villages. However, these developments have not been properly recorded and mapped, so a mapping process is necessary. The method used in this research was a survey with data collection techniques including direct observation, interviews, and literature study. The stages of this research were the identification of tourism support facilities and objects according to the tourism support facilities criteria indicators, analysis, and synthesis. The GIS analysis process used the nearest neighbor analysis approach to study the distribution patterns formed from the distribution of tourism support facilities in the TNBB area. This analysis process produced recommendations for the development of tourism support facilities based on accessibility factors, distance, and the agglomeration theory approach can be used as a basis for regional development, especially in the elements of facilities and infrastructure in the TNBB area.
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p07
  • Studi komparasi traffic island Taman Titi Banda dengan traffic island
           Taman Dewa Ruci di Bali

    • Authors: Ida Bagus Eka Permana Putra, Cokorda Gede Alit Semarajaya, Ni Luh Made Pradnyawathi
      Pages: 76 - 84
      Abstract: Traffic islands are parts of roads that cannot be passed by motorized vehicles, which include sidewalks, garbage dumps, plants, utilities, and signs. The traffic island park Titi Banda in Denpasar and the traffic island garden Dewa Ruci in Kuta have both the function of a traffic island and a landmark. Currently, the two traffic islands are getting additional functions, as a place for recreation and a place to turn around for vehicles.The purpose of this study are to inventory the existing conditions at both sites, compare the two traffic islands, and provide appropriate recommendations to maintain the main function of the two traffic islands. The method used in this research is a survey method, data collection method through observation, questionnaires and interviews.  The results showed that the traffic island design for the Titi Banda park and the traffic island for the Dewa Ruci park were not in accordance with the references or regulations regarding traffic islands and roads. The existing conditions on both sites are divided into hardscape elements and softscape elements. Comparisons are made on the two traffic islands in terms of pedestrians, entrance access, vegetation and road facilities by referring to regulations, and literature related to traffic island. The recommendations given include the addition of block tiles and warning tiles for pedestrians, entry access, replacement of vegetation, and providing road facilities that can provide a sense of security and comfort for pedestrians and road users. In addition, the recommendations given can maintain the main function of the site as a traffic island and landmark for the island of Bali and increase convenience for road users and pedestrians.
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p08
  • Studi jangkauan layanan Taman Kota Lumintang, Denpasar, Bali

    • Authors: I Gusti Ngurah Made Dwipayana, Naniek Kohdrata, R. Suyarto
      Pages: 85 - 93
      Abstract: Lumintang City Park is one of the green open spaces in Denpasar City. People frequently visit the city park to do some outdoor activities. The objectives of this study are to determine the service distance of Lumintang Park as a city park by its users in the context of the user’s home range, and to determine the frequency of user visits Lumintang City Park. The research method used in this study is a questionnaire method. Geographic Information System (GIS) is used to track down the domicile of the respondents. The study shows the area that serves most by Lumintang City Park is within the radius of 4 km. People who live in Denpasar are the dominant user of this city park. The highest frequency of visit to Lumintang City Park is one to two times a week.
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p09
  • Evaluasi pemeliharaan taman di areal jogging track dan playground, Pusat
           Pemerintahan Kabupaten Badung

    • Authors: I Wayan Agus Rene Sanjaya, Cokorda Gede Alit Semarajaya, I Nyoman Gede Astawa
      Pages: 94 - 103
      Abstract: The use of plants in the jogging track and playground area at Puspem Badung is currently disrupting visitor activities because their growth has damaged pavements and facilities. Therefore, the implementation of garden maintenance is very important to be able to maintain the comfort of the visitors and the beauty of the garden. This study aims to evaluate the maintenance of the garden in the jogging track and playground area at Puspem Badung. The research method used is a survey method. The data collected in this study are primary data and secondary data. The data collection method is done by using observation, interview, questionnaire and literature study. Based on the research results, the implementation of maintenance is carried out independently by implementing an unit and special maintenance system. In the implementation of watering, pruning, silting and weeding activities, the performance of the workers exceeds the ideal working capacity standard except for sweeping and fertilizing activities. The perception of visitors to the physical condition of the garden is considered good, seen from the indicators of assessment including garden's cleanliness, pedestrian's cleanliness, cleanliness of benches, cleanliness of planter boxes, garden safety and the beauty of the garden. Suggestions in this research are that it is necessary to have a written standard operational procedures for garden maintenance and to propose tree pruning activities at least once every three months.
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p10
  • Studi evaluasi kualitas visual lanskap koridor Jalan Sumbersari –
           Gajayana Kota Malang

    • Authors: Irawan Setyabudi, Debora Budiyono, Fedrich Pernandes
      Pages: 104 - 114
      Abstract: The corridor landscape that is on a commercial road with a lot of user activity can affect the visual quality of the road corridor landscape. The Sumbersari-Gajayana road corridor is one of the commercial roads that has centers of education to economic activities and services. The problem is the large number of community activities that are not supported by the width of the road resulting in congestion, the number of shop houses for businesses, the lack of parking space, narrow and disconnected pedestrians, the number of banners and billboards, so the combination of these facts disturbs the visual quality of the road corridors, however, some point is precisely the potential that must be preserved. This study used the analysis technique of Scenic Beauty Estimation (SBE) and Semantic Differential (SD) with 30 respondents who were students of Landscape Architecture. The evaluation results show that the corridor landscape of Jalan Sumbersari-Gajayana has high (T), medium (S), and low (R) aesthetic qualities which have a relationship between SBE and SD analysis techniques on the aesthetic elements of the road corridor landscape.
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p11
  • Kajian signifikansi lanskap permukiman tradisional Pekon Hujung, Lampung

    • Authors: Rian Adetiya Pratiwi, Rizka Nabilah, Goldie Melinda Wijayanti
      Pages: 115 - 122
      Abstract: Pekon Hujung is a traditional settlement located in Belalau District, West Lampung Regency and directly adjacent to South Oku, South Sumatra Province that describes the character of the Lampungnese people. The rapid pace of urban development and modernization can shift the cultural values that exist in a traditional settlement and its environment. One of the negative impacts that may arise is the loss of cultural importance in a traditional settlement area. An assessment of the importance or significance of a culture can be carried out as one way of determining an appropriate conservation strategy. This study was conducted to identify and to analyze the key characters that formed Pekon Hujung cultural landscape. The method used in this study is the Cultural Heritage Landscape Assessment (CHLA) which is used to assess the significance or importance of a landscape. The assessment resulted in important value score of 27, which was cllassified as high category of the landscape importance.  In general, Pekon Hujung has distinctive character, where the supporting elements, as well as the people still live and carry out the cultural values that have existed since long ago. The Pekon Hujung landscape is a culture that has important values and local wisdom which can still be applied in today's life.
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p12
  • Studi potensi lanskap wisata Kampung Rawa Gede, Desa Tugu Utara, Kabupaten
           Bogor, berbasis partisipatif

    • Authors: Rezky Khrisrachmansyah, Risco Noverio Rafael
      Pages: 123 - 133
      Abstract: Rawa Gede Hamlet is located in Tugu Utara Village, Bogor Regency, and nearby Mount Gede Pangrango. Beautiful sceneries of tea plantations and horticulture fields exist with various natural features such as waterfall and spring lake. However, a community business which manage coffee plantation awarded as the best national coffee called Cibulao Coffee also existed and give economical value to the local people. Therefore, Rawa Gede Hamlet has a potential to be developed as a tourism destination. The aim of this sudy is to assess how potentials Rawa Gede Hamlet as a tourism hamlet including both spatial and nonspatial aspects. In addition, the process of the study was a combination of qualitative and quantitative methods by using suitability scoring, community mapping, interview, and focus group discussion. This study also drove participatory approach as a core of research for design. The result showed that there are several tourism destination that had higher points than other according to tourism suitability. Those objects were Telaga Saat, Bukit Gerindra, Wisata Alam Gunung Luhur, Wisata Alam Gunung Kencana, dan Curug Sawer. Furthermore, this study was emerged also with non-spatial aspects and those acted as an identity of Rawa Gede Hamlet.  
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p13
  • Identifikasi cultural landscape di Desa Bayung Gede, Kabupaten Bangli,
           Provinsi Bali

    • Authors: Anak Agung Bagus Bayu Anggawirya, Syamsul Alam Paturusi, Ciptadi Trimarianto
      Pages: 134 - 143
      Abstract: Landscape and culture are important for the sustainability of Bali tourism. The combination of landscape and culture forms a cultural landscape. For the environment, cultural landscape sustainability is very important because it contributes to biodiversity conservation. Bayung Gede Village is a Bali Aga village located in a mountainous area, with geographic conditions consisting of traditional settlements and plantation land. Bayung Gede Village has various uniqueness, but the utilization of its potential for tourism is not optimal. This research is an attempt to identify the potential cultural landscape in Bayung Gede Village. The research method used is qualitative research methods. Data collection techniques were carried out through field observations, in-depth interviews, and literature studies. The data were analyzed by using descriptive analysis techniques. From the analysis, it is concluded that most of the Bayung Gede Village area is a cultural landscape. The unique cultural landscape in Bayung Gede Village is in the form of traditional residential areas, traditional house yards, and sacred spaces. The cultural landscape of Bayung Gede Village is a cultural landscape that is deliberately designed by humans, and an associative cultural landscape, which is a combination of nature and people's beliefs.
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p14
  • Evaluasi lanskap koridor Sungai Sekadau di Desa Mungguk, Sekadau,
           Kalimantan Barat

    • Authors: Crismania Apriati Selly, Rizki Alfian, Debora Budiyono
      Pages: 144 - 152
      Abstract: A river is a natural water flow that flows from upstream to downstream. Sekadau River is located in the middle of Sekadau city to be precise in Mungguk Village, the center of urban growth. The existence of a river flow that crossed the city made many changes occurring in the Sekadau River corridor, this was due to the large number of settlements in the riverbank area which resulted in a decrease in river water quality. The purposes of this study were to analyze landscape conditions, prepare recommendations based on SWOT analysis and spatial analysis. The method used in this research was descriptive qualitative with analysis methods, namely SWOT analysis and spatial analysis. The result of this study, based on a SWOT analysis, showed that there was community-based management in coordination with the government, the community and the private sector. Spatial analysis showed that the land cover of the Sekadau River was still dominated by vegetation along the riverbanks, but the problem was in the estuary which had become a settlement. At the bottom of the river, there was a stepping stone corridor, in the middle there was a linear corridor and at the top of the river there was a linear corridor.
      PubDate: 2021-04-27
      DOI: 10.24843/JAL.2021.v07.i01.p15
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