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Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism
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Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism (JADU) aims to provide a forum for scientific publications in the field of architectural and urban design, published by the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering UNDIP. Scientific articles are published based on the results of studies, research and architectural design projects or urban design.
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Articles 15 Documents
The Ex-Ante Evaluation of Hotel Buildings Height in Airport Area: A Case of Hotel in Kaliwungu, Peri-Urban Area of Semarang Sejati, Anang Wahyu; Rahayu, Sri; Pigawati, Bitta; Winarendri, Jurike
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 1 (2018): September 2018
Publisher : Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Diponegoro

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i1.3038

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This paper conveys the findings on hotel buildings evaluation in the peri-urban of Semarang based on ex-ante evaluation. Ex-ante is an evaluation model before project activities are implemented to minimize development impacts. Evaluation of altitude was done with three models, namely the ratio of floor area (FAR), Angle of Light Obstruction (ALO), and building height calculation in the airport area applicable in Indonesia. Furthermore, the evaluation of the strategic value of the location with three criteria was the proximity of industrial zone, accessibility, and proximity to tourist destinations. This study was successfully answers the question of maximal height rules and the number of stories allowed for hotel buildings in peri-urban Semarang. The result suggest the regulation of building height in Kaliwungu especially for hotel building in aviation safety area. Maximum height allowed is 32.5 m or 8 stories. The existing regulations have not regulated these issues, so collaborative planning should be carried out between the government of Semarang City and Kendal Regency. With collaborative planning, problems in both regions, especially regarding the height of buildings such as hotels can be coordinated.
Application of Adaptive Structure based on Natural Inspiration on Biomimicry Architecture Chairiyah, Riri; Sarwadi, Ahmad
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 1 (2018): September 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i1.3247

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Today the advancement of technology and human science has developed rapidly. These developments give a number of technological innovations that were used to solve and facilitate human life. One of the advances in technological innovation is the development of buildings that are designed and established using modern technology. However, the development of these advances, especially man-made buildings, on the contrary, also have a lot of adverse effects on the environment in which humans live. These adverse impacts cause environmental degradation to result in the extinction of a number of natural species around human habitation. These problems are mostly sourced from people who lack environmental awareness. A number of experts to scientists, especially those in charge of development problems, began to look for ways to reduce these adverse impacts. One way that is done especially by architects is to study the process of natural adaptation with its environment which is included in the Biomimicry Architecture. The adaptation process carried out by nature is reflected in how forms, processes and systems that nature uses to respond to its environment. The inspiration was then applied by the architect into the building. Architects in terms of building design must pay attention to three important aspects that exist in the building design process, namely aesthetics, function and strength. However, the aspect of power design in the discussion of biomimicry architecture has a smaller portion than aesthetics and function. While the need for building strength innovations in this regard is very necessary in the building structure against the background of the lack of innovative and environmentally friendly structural design aspects. Based on this problem, this study then used content analysis method with qualitative inductive type. The study was conducted by analyzing written information data that discussed the case of selected buildings, namely The Eden Project Building, The Gherkin Tower and The Eastgate Center. The results of the research are descriptive explanations related to how the adaptive principles applied by the architect into the building use natural inspiration. The benefits of this research are expected to provide an illustration for architects to design buildings that are adaptive to the environment, especially from structural systems and can expand the science of Biomimicry Architecture.
Low Carbon Concept of Sruni Village through The System of Renewable Energy Setyowati, Erni; Lubis, Nashrullah Dahlan; Uda, Subrata Aditama Kittie Aidon; Putri, Agitta Raras
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 1 (2018): September 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i1.2858

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Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world. The highest population density exists in urban areas and gradually becomes lower in periphery or rural. Therefore the city in Indonesia often looks slum because of over density. The village is the smallest part of a city. In crowded cities there are often slum villages. This paper highlights a model of slum villages in Wonosobo, Sruni village, and solutions to transform socio-cultural communities through renewable energy design based on low carbon concept. The method used is quantitative method based on demographic data of Sruni village, Wonosobo. Based on data and analysis, it is found that renewable energy that can be applied in Sruni village are sanitation, drainage and water waste management, solid waste, rain water harvesting, water wheel and solar panel energy. At the end of the discussion, it is concluded that there are needs to be re-densification or verticalization of the house, in order to obtain more public green open spaces. Meanwhile, based on quantitative analysis, Sruni village needs rain water harvesting system, additional 1 unit of communal Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) serving 80-100 households gray and black water, and 1 units of water wheels to accomodate electricity need of four inhabitant RTs in Sruni village .
Residing Tradition of Muslim Community in Java Northern Coastal Suprapti, Atiek; Iswanto, Dhanoe
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 1 (2018): September 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i1.2844

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The development of globalization has been encouraged social changing of the city. The  less social  behaviour occured in the daily of urban  community and has became a preferred  life style. This situation will be a seriouse threat for  the urban social life. A good city should be able to create many places for its people, that could make people feel comford and feel like home to live inside. A place expresses its local culture has potential to be a local identity. Locatity is  an imporant point that is needed by a nation to attrach  roles in globalization era.   The characteristic of muslim city is a place to muslim community live in that do the Idlamic shariah well. Since in the 11’th century the region of north coast of Java has been known as an entrance  gate of Islam teaching in Indonesia. The region of Demak and Kudus are the old city which are saving many artefact and tradition of living of muslim community. Kauman is an important place related to this case.  The purpose of this paper is to describe the phenomena of Muslim residence  present in Demak and Kudus, using descriptive qualitative methods. The result  is that the existence of Muslim residence in this region occured because  of the  strong support of coastal economic. There is a considerable difference between the Muslim residence  in Demak and in Kudus. The Muslim residence in Demak develops with the character of hierarchical, dependent society; while in Kudus develops an egalitarian and independent character of residence. In Kudus known the social kinship of  Gusjigang, while in Demak emerged the Kasepuhan & Notobratan kinship which was the heir of Sunan Kalijaga. The characteristic of the two Muslim cities on the north coast of Java shows the uniqueness of Muslim cities that are not found in other areas.
Open Space Pattern of Kotagede Settlement Harsritanto, Bangun IR; Setioko, Bambang; Wardhani, Mustika Kusumaning
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 1 (2018): September 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i1.3027

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Yogyakarta is a city with high urban development and rapid urbanisation stream. Those phenomena affected the dwelling process in urban-rural settlement in Kotagede heritage area. Previously Kotagede is old capitol city of Mataram with Keraton characters and organic traditional settlement. However recent developments showed transformation in Kotagede open public space. Some factors such internal and external might be involved in the transformation. This study aimed brief explanations about open space pattern in heritage area of Kotagede Yogyakarta using qualitative and quantitative methods in demand. The research object is the public open space in Kotagede. The methods are quantitative and qualitative in demands with deductive analysis in rationalistic frame. The Deductive used in analyzing the identification results with the several theories to explain the phenomenon. The quantitative method will be used to simplify the initial procedure of transformation factors. The qualitative method will be used to enhance the factors power and relate with the pattern changes. The results showed that internal and external factors bring impact to the open space pattern in Kotagede and the patterns of open space were transformed in demands. The findings give warning to the further development of Kotagede settlements
Obstacles of Accessibility for the Disabled People in the Campus 1 UPGRIS Wibawa, Baju Arie; Widiastuti, Kurnia
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 2 (2019): March 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1845.684 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i2.3397

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As a public building, the Campus 1 of UPGRIS requires to comply with the accessibility for all (including the diffabled people). Yet, the current condition causes the diffable people unable to access the facilities of the building, which means they are not capable of doing their activities on their own. How should we determine the condition? and how should be advise to retrofit?. The purpose of this reasearch is to identify and analyse the need of diffabled people facilities in campus 1 UPGRIS which have multiple factor. Qualitative and quantitative methods are used in the process of analyzing the problem through comparative analysis according to the regulation, hereinafter a scoring analysis will be held quantitatively to determine the priority of the problem. Commonly the dimension of the doors which width less than 80 cm, so the wheelchair can't go through the room. The conclusion for all building, is not prepared well for the diffable people acting independently.
The Changes of House’s Spatial Caused by The User’s Religiosity in Pondok Indah Housing Estate Semarang Zalva, Annisa Dhia; Fikri, Sumayya Ahida; Suprapti, Atiek
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 2 (2019): March 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (3194.613 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i2.3869

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Indonesia is a country with a majority Muslim population, which has been increasing its population every year. The increase in population is also accompanied by an increase in the need for residential houses. Residential houses that are now being developed are mostly located in a housing estate created by developers with the same physical form. This causes many phenomena to change the shape and spatial changes of the house due to the needs of different residents. One of those needs, is the need for religiosity to obey the teachings of religion. The example of places that experience the phenomenon of the change are Pondok Indah Housing Estate Semarang. Pondok Indah is a housing estate that has established for a long time and has undergone many changes in its houses. This research seeks to see how spatial changes occurs in Pondok Indah housing estate and how religiosity plays a role in these changes. Religiosity refers to the values of Muslim society based on the conception of Hablum Minallah, hablum minannas wa hablum minal ‘Alamien which means an islamic harmony of relations between humans and Allah, with each other, and with their natural environment. The retrieval of research data is done by interview and observation methods. In the changes in the spatial of houses in Pondok Indah Semarang housing estate there is an influence of religiosity on several aspects, including zoning, space, circulation, and spatial organization. These changes intentionally or not, have led to houses that are in accordance with the concepts of Islamic practice, namely Hablum Minallah, Hablum Minannas, and Hablum Minal ‘Alamin. The concept of Hablum Minallah's practice influences the changes in organizational and spatial aspects, Hablum Minannas influences the changes in zoning and spatial aspects, and Hablum Minal Alamin influences the change in aspects of circulation.
Space Function and Shape of Balai Adat in Koto Sentajo Traditional Village Yandri, Sepli; Sari, Suzanna Ratih; Sardjono, Agung Budi
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 2 (2019): March 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (2557.994 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i2.4430

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Abstract. The country of Indonesia is known for its diversity of tribes in various regions. One area that still has traditional villages is the Koto Sentajo area. the lives of people in the Koto Sentajo village still use traditional values that are inherited from generation to generation. As a village, it certainly has a shelter in the form of a house and a worship facility in the form of a mosque. In the Koto Sentajo traditional village, there are traditional buildings called Balai adat. The existence of a Balai adat is inseparable from the traditional values that develop in the community.  Balai adat has an important role in a traditional village as a gathering place and deliberation to find solutions to problems that occur in the village. The purpose of this study was to find out the role of Balai adat in koto sentajo village and to conclude the function of space and the shape of the building that became the identity of traditional settlements in Kuantan Singingi. The method of descriptive analysis is used as a way of delivering in-depth descriptions that will discuss in depth how the functions of space and the forms contained in the traditional hall in Koto Sentajo. Keywords: Balai Adat, Koto Sentajo, Kuantan Singingi.
The New Method in Calculating Columns and Beams Dimensions That Meets Requirements of The Strong Column-Weak Beam and Non-Soft Story Teddy, Livian; Hardiman, Gagoek; Nuroji, N.; Tudjono, Sri
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 2 (2019): March 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1383.18 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i2.4492

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Situated at an earthquake prone area, buildings planning in Indonesia must implement earthquake resistant building principles. One of these principles is determining dimensions of columns and beams in the process of architectural designing.This act eventually affects the behaviour of the strong column-weak beam and the probability of bending failure due to soft story. At present time, there are no simple rules architects can use in calculating the dimensions of beams and columns that meet the criteria for strong column-weak beam and non-soft story. This paper is an effort to provide an input to the architects in designing the dimensions of the columns and beams. This research is a review result of three theories namely: 1). The theory of columns and beams preliminary design, 2). The theory of the strong column-weak beam concept, and 3). The theory of soft story and column slenderness. Those theories were then synthesized into a spreadsheet. To meet the criteria for strong column-weak beam and non-soft story, the following procedures must be done : 1). Determine the columns’ dimensions according to 0.15% of the columns’ cumulative tributary area, 2). Determine the beams’ dimensions according to 1/12 of the beams’ span and the beams’ plastic modulus, 3). Determine the columns’ dimensions and the columns’plastic modulus, 4). Determine the columns’ height based on the column slenderness criteria, and 5). Compare the columns plastic modulus and the beams plastic modulus and check whether they meet the criteria “the columns’plastic modulus ≥ 1.2 * the beams’ plastic modulus”.
A Spatial Study of Waisai Central Business District, in response to Raja Ampat’s tourism potential, West Papua Firmandhani, Satriya Wahyu; Indriastjario, I.; Susanti, Retno; Rahmi, Humaira M.
Journal of Architectural Design and Urbanism Vol 1, No 2 (2019): March 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (2596.557 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/jadu.v1i2.4215

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This study aims to analyze the Waisai district in terms of spatial aspects, as an attempt to respond to tourism potential in Raja Ampat with descriptive qualitative methods using a built and architectural environment design approach responding to natural potential. The study successfully concluded that the Waisai District lacked tourism magnets that could attract tourists and support the Raja Ampat tourism sector, and recommended the revitalization of the tourism potential of Waisai city, such as beaches, pedestrian ways, and city parks, hence Raja Ampat can be known for not only its magnificent sea, but also the Waisai’s central business district (CBD).

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