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  • “KAMPUNG VERTICAL” DESIGN IN URBAN VILLAGE AS URBAN RENEWAL STRATEGY
           (CASE STUDY: GANDEKAN VILLAGE, SEMARANG)

    • Authors: Edy Darmawan, M. Ikhsan Maulana Lubis
      Abstract: Urbanization or the movement of people from villages to cities has caused many problems, both socio-economic, environment, and illegal housing which is carelessly constructed due to the increasing need for housing. To overcome this situation, urban renewal can be an effective solution. This urban renewal focuses on the presence of vertical housing as a realignment of the residential housing design for community. It focuses on the presence of a space that protects the environment, the health of residents, and accommodatesthe activities of its community.  Vertical villages are familiarin Indonesia, especially in urban village areas that were shabby.   Therefore, this research purposed for the designing of a vertical village in Gandekan Village area of Semarang. Due to the growth of the population and the increasingly advanced of Semarang City, many villagers moved in to obtain a more decent job, but problems were also arising in this phenomenon.

      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      Issue No: Vol. 22 (2023)
       
  • INTERACTIVE LIGHTING TO MAINTAIN CONCENTRATION: SALMAN AL FARISI BANDUNG
           FULL-DAY SCHOOL

    • Authors: Athifa Sri Ismiranti, Bagus Handoko
      Abstract: Nowadays, the times affect the development of the education system for children. Full-time employment parents and the problem of leaving their children unattended and without essential activities are reasons full-day schools are in great demand. The learning conditions for a relatively long time and the various activities implemented in this full-day school affect the need for unique facilities compared to other schools, especially in maintaining children’s concentration in learning. This research uses a literature review, field surveys, and interviews with case studies of Salman Al Farisi Elementary School, a pioneer of full-day school in Bandung with an integrated Islamic education concept. Lighting is an interior architecture element that mainly affects student concentration in the classroom. Due to the existing problems, an interactive lighting system must be implemented in Salman Al Farisi Elementary School classrooms to support activities and maintain student concentration in learning. Arduino devices as artificial intelligence tools have the potential to be used in Salman Al Farisi Elementary School classrooms to create an interactive lighting system. The interactive lighting system required is the adjustable room light to maintain student concentration according to the ongoing activity.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      Issue No: Vol. 22 (2023)
       
  • ANALYSIS OF URBAN DESIGN DIMENSIONS IN A CULTURAL HERITAGE AREA (CASE
           STUDY: KOTABARU AREA, YOGYAKARTA CITY)

    • Authors: Hilba Yoga Pratama, Agung Budi Sardjono
      Abstract: The design concept for the Kotabaru area was designed to resemble the hometown of the Dutch, as if the area had become a second hometown for the Dutch who lived in Yogyakarta during the colonial period. Kotabaru was formerly called Nieuwe Wijk, designed with the Garden City concept by a Dutch architect named Thomas Karsteen. The research aims to analyze the dimensions of urban design in the cultural heritage area in Kotabaru Yogyakarta. This area has very important socio-cultural values and is part of a city identity. However, the growth and changes in urbanization have had an impact on the quality of urban planning. The research method used is descriptive qualitative. Data were collected through field observations, documentation studies, and interviews. The research location is in Kotabaru Yogyakarta, focusing on cultural heritage areas and historic buildings. The analysis includes elements of architecture, spatial planning, land use, regional zoning, and relations with local socio-culture. The research results reveal dimensions of city design, including morphological dimensions, social dimensions, perceptual dimensions, visual dimensions, functional dimensions, temporal dimensions related to elements in the Kotabaru Yogyakarta cultural heritage area.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      Issue No: Vol. 22 (2023)
       
  • CORRELATION BETWEEN VISUAL CHARACTERS AND SENSE OF PLACE IN KAMPUNG
           PELANGI SEMARANG

    • Authors: Wulasty Digda Yumnahanin, Siti Rukayah
      Abstract: Kampung Pelangi Semarang is in Randusari Village, South Semarang District, Semarang City. Kampung Pelangi, formerly known as Kampung Wonosari, was a slum village, through the Semarang City Government program it has become a thematic tourist village, as an effort to improve the arrangement and increase the economic potential of Kampung Pelangi. After experiencing a change in visual character, the actions of the residents show a change in the sense of place of Kampung Pelangi. This action is reflected in changes in the sense of pride, ownership, identity, positive aspirations, and commitment of residents to Kampung Pelangi. The purpose of this study was to determine the relationship between visual characters and the sense of place in Kampung Pelangi. This research method is quantitative. Data collection using a questionnaire. The research sample is 100 residents of Pelangi village aged 25-60 years. The data analysis method used is correlation inferential statistical analysis using the IBM SPSS Statistics 26 for windows program. The results of this study found that the relationship between visual characters and the sense of place in Kampung Pelangi was positive, so that the more visual characters increased, the sense of place in Kampung Pelangi also increased.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      Issue No: Vol. 22 (2023)
       
  • SPACE SYNTAX IN ADJUSTMENT OF SPACE PATTERNS OF SOFBOL STADIONS IN
           SURABAYA

    • Authors: Heristama Anugerah Putra, Prabani Setio Hastorahmanto
      Abstract: Stadiums generally have a lot of access for entrances and exits, this is related to the spectator capacity of the stadium which is quite a lot. The level of ease of user activity with the existing spatial configuration structure is unknown. The adjustment of the softball stadium plan is intended to provide a level of clarity in the pattern of relationships between spaces and a level of ease of accessibility in achieving these spaces. Apart from that, it is also to know and understand the basic movement patterns of users in it. So that the space syntax analysis method is used to find out clarity regarding the pattern of configuration of relationships between spaces in the ease of outreach of activities for users in the stadium. Analysis related to connectivity, integrity and intelligibility patterns can in a descriptive way provide the appropriate picture results in the form of an axial line. The expected result is that the pattern of relationships between spaces for ease of user activity in them feels very far-reaching, especially on the 1st to 3rd floors. There needs to be a clear link on these floors to understand the spatial configuration structure for the users inside. While the floor that has the most optimal quality with an intelligibility value close to 1 is floor 4, where on this floor the range of activities is quite close together and not too wide.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      Issue No: Vol. 22 (2023)
       
  • ROAD TRAFFIC NOISE MAPPING BASED ON FIELD MEASUREMENTS IN LOCATION THAT DO
           NOT HAVE A STANDARDIZED MODEL IN ALGERIA

    • Authors: Ali Boulemaredj, Saifi Amel
      Abstract: The present study addresses the issue of noise pollution in Algeria due to road traffic and the possible preventive means and solutions for its abatement, in order to maintain an adequate sound environment in urban areas, especially next to residential ones. The main objective of this study aims at establishing an initial noise map for the Champs de Manoeuvre residential estate in Guelma; a medium-size city of Algeria, by adopting a research methodology that involved applying a quantitative investigation through carrying out field measurements during the winter and the summer season, three times for one week, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, using a sound level meter to measure and calculate the weighted equivalent continuous sound pressure level LAeq for 10min, the statistical level L10, the maximum sound level Lmax, the Traffic noise index TNI and the Noise pollution level NPL. The results obtained from the measurement campaign showed the extent of the noise levels produced from road traffic in the vicinity of the residential buildings in the studied area, emitted mainly from passing vehicles, acceleration and the irrational usage of horns, which led to a LAeq level of 74 dB at the source, thus, exceeding the 70 and 55 dB thresholds set in both of the Algerian noise regulation and the World Health Organization noise guidelines. Subsequently, implementation of the noise mapping technic can help in visualizing the spatio-temporal distribution of noise, in identifying its main sources and black spots in urban areas and in drawing up primary action plans for fighting against this issue.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      Issue No: Vol. 22 (2023)
       
  • THE ADAPTATION PATTERN IN LANDED RENTAL HOUSES: A CASE STUDY OF GRESIK
           INDUSTRIAL AREA

    • Authors: Mutia Sulistiastuti, Dewi Septanti
      Abstract: Contracted houses, or landed rental houses, were developed spontaneously by homeowners as the cheapest alternative for renting houses with flexible contracts. Therefore, landed rental homes are not designed to suit the needs of tenants, and several variations will occur in landed rental homes as a form of adjustment for the owner. Adaptation is significant in the process of building a house. However, given the limited time context in rental housing, the adaptation process is interesting to study more deeply. Gresik is a developing district, and the large number of industries in Gresik has triggered many migrants, most of whom are industrial workers and rent houses on site. This study identifies the adjustment of semi-fixed features and analyzes the adaptation pattern in three types of landed rental houses—40, 50, and 60 m2—using the descriptive-qualitative method. The techniques used here are in-depth interviews, on-the-spot sketches, and observations. From the research that has been done, it was found that each type of landed rental houses has their own adaptation pattern. Generality pattern was found in all the three types, while the flexibility pattern was found in the second and third types.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      Issue No: Vol. 22 (2023)
       
  • LIVING IN A BOARDING HOUSE: A PRIVACY MECHANISM IN ARCHITECTURE
           STUDENT’S PRIVATE STUDY ROOM

    • Authors: Purwanita Setijanti, Sarah Cahyadini, Tisya Surya Narida
      Abstract: Boarding houses, as a type of substitute residence, function not only to ensure the continuity of daily domestic activities, but also as a comfortable learning place for students as residents. The Multimodal learning methods, which is used in architectural studio learning, through design simulations making study mock-ups, requires the use of more than one strategy in the learning process. Because it requires a different concentration compared to unimodal students, learning privacy is not only needed for individual learning process, but also needed for group learning study activities. This research explores the privacy mechanism that occurs in boarding rooms as private workspaces for architecture students. Phenomenological qualitative methods are used, with data collection techniques through observation, interviews, and documents readings. The results of the study show that architecture students tend to organize to optimize space by modifying the spatial attributes. This is executed to provide the widest possible space for learning privacy, so that it’s multimodal learning activities could run as optimally as possible.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      Issue No: Vol. 22 (2023)
       
  • PLACE IDEA FOR AGING CARE: DETACHED HOUSE WELL-BEING

    • Authors: Gabriela Emilly Xian, Ima Defiana
      Abstract: As the world's population is getting older, the condition of elderly experience mobility limitations, sensory impairments, and cognitive decline. There is an increasing need to address the elderly’s health and life quality. Concurrently, biophilic design has gained recognition as a promising approach to enhance human health and well-being by incorporating natural elements into the built environment. Integrating place identity and place attachment principles into the early stages of planning and construction can optimize the benefits for elderly residents. The research’s purpose is to find how the place attachment could help to improve the well-beingness of elderly. This research examines the cases of detached house with field studies and analyses it from the principle of place identity and the dimension of place attachment to make an adaptation also modifications to accommodate specific needs. The resulting concept is the use of vegetation, the dynamics of wall textures and colours, furniture, railings, and Chinese geometry for creating age-friendly and sustainable environments.
      PubDate: 2023-10-31
      Issue No: Vol. 22 (2023)
       
 
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