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Journal : Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability

GREAT MOSQUE BANDUNG AS A LANDMARK OF BANDUNG CITY Rustandi, Ecep Herdis; Wijaya, Karto; Setiady, Rochmanijar
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Indonesia Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
Publisher : Universitas Kebangsaan Republik Indonesia [UKRI]

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (0.272 KB) | DOI: 10.31848/ijobes.v1i1.249

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ABSTRACT : The city of Bandung is the capital of West Java Province, Bandung City also known as the historic City of Bandung is a witness of historic events from Bandung to the sea of fire until the Asian-African Conference (KAA). The city of Bandung also has historical landmarks of the Dutch colonial era including Gedung Merdeka, Gedung Sate, Savoy Homan Hotel, Pasar Baru, and the Great Mosque of Bandung. Because of the many historic buildings in the city of Bandung, Bandung City is the destination of tourist destinations, both local and foreign tourists, Bandung is also known as Parijs Van Java. The nickname was given because the city of Bandung is located on a plateau surrounded by mountains so that the air or temperature in Bandung is very cool as in Europe. Speaking of historical buildings in this writing, the author will take the title of the Great Mosque as a Landmark of Bandung. The Great Mosque of Bandung Established in the 19th century and is one of the historical buildings in the City of Bandung the Great Mosque Several times experienced transformation of forms or renovations from 1810 - 2001. Bandung Grand Mosque is located in the city square of Bandung or in the center of the city is strategically located making the Bandung Great Mosque a religious tourist attraction in the city of Bandung. Keywords : Mosque, Landmark, Bandung, Colonial, Dutch, Architecture
IDENTIFICATION BUILDINGS FUNCTION OF CENTRAL T-SHIRT INDUSTRY IN SURAPATI STREET CORRIDOR, BANDUNG CITY Wijaya, Karto; Rahmat, Amat; Amalia, Fani Sukma
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Indonesia Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
Publisher : Universitas Kebangsaan Republik Indonesia [UKRI]

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (0.272 KB) | DOI: 10.31848/ijobes.v1i1.248

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ABSTRACT : Population growth in the city of Bandung is increasing so that the laha needs especially commercial activities are also increasing both in the city center to the suburbs including Cibeunying Kaler District, Bandung City. The development of this commercial activity also occurs along the Surapati road corridor, especially those in Cibeunying Kaler District. Surapati road corridor is designated as a holy shirt tourism area with the existence of outlets as the main activity. The existence of this corridor also has various supporting activities such as economic/trade, social, health, worship, education and government building activities. With a variety of activities in it, so that it can lead to changes in residential functions into commercial buildings, such as changes in land use from settlements to an outlet area for t-shirts, trade and services for trade and service activities following market guidelines. This study aims to identify the functions of trade buildings along the Surapati road corridor in Bandung City. By using a qualitative descriptive method to determine the effect of any factors that influence changes in function in the corridor of Bandung city, Surapati. While the factors that influence the change are social factors, economic factors, accessibility, factors, and adequate infrastructure facilities around the Surapati road area Keywords : Changes in Land Function, Commercial Activities, Corridors
COMMUNAL SPACE IN THE SETTLEMENT OF CIBUNTU SENTRA AREA, BANDUNG CITY Ariyanto, Yudi; Wijaya, Karto; Wibowo, Heru; Rahmat, Amat
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
Publisher : Universitas Kebangsaan Republik Indonesia [UKRI]

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31848/ijobes.v1i2.357

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ABSTRACT : Cibuntu area is a residential area in the city of Bandung that already existed in the colonial era of the Dutch government before independent Indonesia which was partially inhabited by natives and as the settlement of Cibuntu began to be suspended in China and immigrants from the city inhabiting Cibuntu in Bandung became wrong one area with a diverse population. However, in 1937 there was an immigrant from which he founded a small, tofu-producing factory in the Cibuntu area of Bandung. Even though it is a small-scale home industry, the factory is the first and the beginning of the identity of the Cibuntu area as a center for tofu production. But with the time and time of Cibuntu region with limited space the settlement was getting more crowded. This research is intended to provide data and facts that occurred in the Cibuntu area of Bandung. The researcher aims to describe or evaluate what is in the field such as activities, characteristics, relationships, conversations, differences that exist in the field so that this research is not manipulated only to analyze facts / facts that exist in Cibuntu settlementsKeywords : Communal Space, Settlement
ANALYSIS OF DATA CLIMATE THE SEVERAL TOWN IN INDONESIA FOR SUPPORT THE DEVELOPMENT OF STANDARD ADAPTIVE COMFORT THE TRADITIONAL HOMES. Sujatmiko, Wahyu; Rahmat, Amat; Wijaya, Karto
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
Publisher : Universitas Kebangsaan Republik Indonesia [UKRI]

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31848/ijobes.v1i2.359

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ABSTRACT : According to the adaptive thermal comfort approach, the neutral temperatures or the comfortable temperature of building occupants can be predicted based on the average data of the outdoor air temperature in the vicinity of the residential buildings. Generally the residents of the residential buildings still feel comfortable in the range of zones 80% or plus minus two and a half degrees of comfortable temperature.This paper attempts to analyze the typical annual climate data was published by ASHRAE RP 1477 in the Year 2011 for the purpose of estimating the comfort zone of traditional buildings in Indonesia. The method was used is the statistical data processing of 28 cities in Indonesia, to be presented in the form of average, minimum, maximum, daily and monthly data. It is expected that this method will get selected daily data profile and monthly data. Furthermore, the monthly data calculated comfort zone follows the adaptive thermal equation of ASHRAE 55 2004.The existing data are expected later to be used to compare with the actual data of mean vote which have accumulated over several years of this measurement for prediction the comfort level of the existing traditional dwelling.Keywords : Typical Annual Climate Data; Adaptive Thermal Comfort; ASHRAE; Traditional Buildings; Natural Ventilation