Johanes Krisdianto
Department of Architecture, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

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THE CONCEPT OF HOUSING WITH ARCHITECTURE BIOCLIMATIC APPROACH THAT CONSIDER HUMAN PERSPECTIVE TO OBTAIN A BETTER SETTLEMENT AND CONSERVATION ENERGY Krisdianto, Johanes; Defiana, Ima; Irvansjah, Irvansjah; Prasetyo, Endy Yudho
Journal of architecture&ENVIRONMENT Vol 10, No 2 (2011)
Publisher : Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (156.947 KB) | DOI: 10.12962/j2355262x.v10i2.a510

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Global warming is an issue that trend today. Awareness needed to perform its main energy efficiency is the energy cooling operations. Its because energy is related to the operational life of the thermal comfort of occupants to perform daily activities. This paper identifies residential design typology of house type 60 as a building envelope design and configuration space. The research determines the thermal performance and explore a simple house type 60 for its energy efficiency. In general, this paper aims to identify the typology of house type 60 that is associated with the operational cooling energy savings, as well as opportunities for what can be done to conserve energy by using architecture bioclimatic approach. The main benefits expected is to provide guidance on design concepts (via the model) based energy efficient cooling for modest residential type 60 in the humid tropics in order to conserve energy and create a healthy neighborhood. It need the dweller to adopt what they want to be in their own house. The fourth dimension in housing is a strenght that enable people to materialise their house to what they envisioned and using it to achieved what they intended to be.
BIOCLIMATIC ARCHITECTURE AS A DESIGN APPROACH WITH A MIDDLE APARTMENT IN SURABAYA AS A CASE STUDY Krisdianto, Johanes; Abadi, Agustinus Adib; Ekomadyo, Agus Suharjono
Journal of architecture&ENVIRONMENT Vol 10, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (419.568 KB) | DOI: 10.12962/j2355262x.v10i1.a516

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Bioclimatic architecture as a design approach takes an advantage climate parameters to answer the problems of environment and energy. This approach is applied to optimize the quality of architectural design through the comfort and health of their environment. It was developed by simulating the design in the case of a middle apartment in Surabaya. To achieve its design goals is simulated: 1) transforming mass-form, 2) setting housing-unit plan, 3) making housing-unit facade, and 4) organizing overall lay-out. Simulation of this design is using several alternative designs to obtain an optimal design. Bioclimatic architecture is successfully implemented if it can optimize the potential of the existing climate. Bioclimatic quality is achieved when a middle apartment is designed to optimize penetration of natural light, cooling and air exchange building mass as well as minimize the acquisition of direct solar radiation. Bioclimatic architecture approach requires consideration of such architectural contexts: urban, economic and social aspects, because the technical nature.
BRIGHTNESS PERFORMANCE OF OFFICE INTERIOR DUE TO ROOM’S WINDOW COMPONENTS CONFIGURATION Dinapradipta, Asri; Krisdianto, Johanes
DIMENSI (Journal of Architecture and Built Environment) Vol 44, No 2 (2017): DECEMBER 2017
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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The paper reports room?s brightness performance of glass dominance office building facade in Jakarta due to the use of tinted and reflective type of glass wall and the combination of these with internal roller and venetian shading types. Method used to collect the data was mainly by direct measurements at three open-plan office buildings with different window components configurations under overcast sky condition, and at parallel sitting positions. Comparing the results of measurement with the standard of luminance value for office building was used as data analysis. Results show that the window components configuration influenced the luminance values of the interior and thus affected mostly on the brightness perception of the rooms. Both tinted and reflective glazing configured with roller blinds yielded accepted luminance value of rooms? surfaces. They contributed to bright enough light perception of the rooms. On the other hand, the problem of room?s luminance values may occur with the use of reflective type of glass configured with the venetian blinds. The blinds exacerbated the daylight coming from window in which it resulted in significantly high average luminance value of the window.