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Musamus Journal of Architecture
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The aims of this MJA is to provide a venue for academicians, researchers, and practitioners for publishing the original research articles or review articles. The scope of Architecture published in this journal deals about Architecture and its related discussion periodically. The aims of this journal is to disseminate research findings, ideas, and review in architectural studies SCIENTIFIC AREAS: Building (architecture) and Urban/Regional Study: theory, history, technology, landscape and site planning, behavioral, social and cultural, structure and construction, traditional architecture, criticism, digital architecture, urban design /planning, housing and settlements, and other related discussion Architecture Education and Practice: curriculum/studio development, work opportunities and challenges, globalization, locality, professionalism, code of ethics, project managerial, financing, etc. Review of Architectural Works Other Related Disciplines (will be reviewed by Editors) which may become interdisciplinary discussion and stimulate architecture insight, such as environment planning, economic development, development policy, tourism.
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WISATA KULINER KOPA (PENDEKATAN DESAIN ARSITEKTUR MODERN TROPIS) Raubaba, Henry Soleman; Topan, Anton; Reyaan, Alexander Matius
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 01 (2018): Musamus Journal of Architecture - Oktober 2018
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i01.1328

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Merauke Regency has several recreational places including; Wasur National Park, RI-PNG Border Tourism Area in Sota, Lotus Garden, Kolam Parako, Semesta Commercial Area, PMI Culinary Festival Park. But there are no recreational places that are packaged in an integrated manner which consists of a place to eat, a place to relax, a place to play children. To support the development of Merauke City, a more representative Culinary Center facility needs to be held. The purpose of this study is to plan and design Kopa Culinary Tourism with an attractive visual appearance supported by a site that is accessible to the Modern Tropical architectural design approach. The method used in this research is descriptive research method, carried out by collecting data in the form of interviews with Kolam Parako managers and direct documentation of the object under study. The results of the data obtained are used as a reference to determine the type of space requirements and types of activities. The design of Kopa Culinary Tourism with a land area of ​​5 Ha is divided into 4 parts, namely; (1) Managing Facilities, (2) Culinary Facilities (3) Bathing Facilities (4) Supporting Facilities. Modern tropical architecture approaches are applied including; optimization of natural ventilation and lighting, use of modern materials such as the use of zincalum roof cover, use of GRC partition walls.   Kata Kunci: Wisata Kuliner., Kolam Parako Merauke.,Arsitektur Modern Tropis.
PENERAPAN STRUKTUR PONDASI TITIK SEBAGAI PENGGANTI PONDASI BATU BATA DALAM UPAYA PENCAPAIAN BIAYA YANG LEBIH EKONOMIS (STUDI KASUS RUMAH JABATAN PUSKESMAS KUMBE KABUPATEN MERAUKE) Syanjayanta, Biatma; Syanjayakusuma, Hilarius Chandra; Patiekom, Julvan Rifai
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 01 (2018): Musamus Journal of Architecture - Oktober 2018
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i01.1329

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Merauke Regency is a coastal area with muddy soil conditions, Merauke district is a very rare area of sand and gravel material, because of these conditions the community and housing business actors use red brick as a foundation structure material for houses, especially simple housing. Meanwhile, generally red bricks have a non-structural function.In this study the author tries to plan and compare costs in terms of the design model of the continuous foundation structure of red bricks with a point structure design model, in order to achieve a safe, comfortable and economical design result.This research was conducted by direct observation (survey) to the research location, namely in the Kumbe health center, Malind district, Merauke district. In addition, the author also conducted a literature study on the standards of prices and wages in the related institutions, analyzed the prices of the plan drawings, concluded the results of the research so that it became an input for the government / related agencies and the community.From the results of this study, it can be concluded that there is a very significant price difference. The difference reaches Rp. 14,670,000.00, where the design of a continuous foundation with a total length of its foundation is 60,953 M1, the cost reaches Rp. 41,120,000.00. While the design of the point foundation with the same total length, the cost only reaches Rp. 26,450,000.00.   Kata kunci : Struktur Pondasi Titik., Estimasi Teknis., Struktur Pondasi Menerus.
REDESAIN SEMINARI MENENGAH PASTOR MERAUKE (PENDEKATAN ARSITEKTUR MODERN TROPIS) Topan, Anton; Raubaba, Henry Soleman; Ulahayanan, Gregorius
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 01 (2018): Musamus Journal of Architecture - Oktober 2018
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i01.1330

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Pastor Bonus Middle Seminary, located in the YPPK Yos Sudarso High School complex in Merauke, currently does not have complete facilities in terms of space function and optimal building arrangement. Redesigning the Bonus Bonus Middle Seminary in Merauke is expected to be able to develop the existing seminary site area, so that it can meet the needs of facilities that are suitable for function and zoning. The purpose of this research is to redesign the Merauke Bonus Pastoral Seminary which prioritizes clarity of functions and zoning through a modern tropical architectural approach, as well as arranging building mass according to the site's shape by considering circulation. The method used in this study is the method of observation / direct observation to the location of the study, interviews with the seminary and Archdiocese of Merauke which provide direction for regional development and capacity building of seminary facilities. The results obtained are used as a reference for improving management facilities, educational facilities, talent talent facilities, religious facilities, residential facilities and service facilities. This design optimizes the lighting and natural airing of existing facilities by arranging the circulation and condition of the building against the tropical climate, so as to obtain a good design for the comfort of inner space and outside space.   Kata-kunci: Redesign.,Seminary., Pastor Bonus., Merauke.
DESAIN PUSAT PETERNAKAN DAN PENGOLAHAN HASIL TERNAK di MERAUKE DENGAN PENDEKATAN ARSITEKTUR HIJAU Hematang, Yashinta Irma Pratami; Rahmat, Agus Wahyu Saputro; Nurhuzna, Atiza
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 01 (2018): Musamus Journal of Architecture - Oktober 2018
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i01.1332

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The intended farm building complex is to be able to breed livestock and process livestock products so that they can meet the consumption needs of the people of Merauke City. The aim of the Center for Animal Husbandry and Processing of Livestock with the Green Architecture approach is to produce designs that minimize the adverse effects on the environment, nature and humans and produce a better and healthier place of life, which is carried out by utilizing energy and natural resources efficiently and optimal so that it does not adversely affect the surrounding environment. This study uses descriptive analysis method, where data and analysis obtained can be used as a reference in designing the Center for Animal Husbandry and Processing of Livestock Products in Merauke Regency. The results of this study are to design a center for animal husbandry and processing of livestock products with a site area of ​​37,500 m2. Existing facilities include; (1) Managing office, (2) Cage for livestock, (3) Office of cage officers, (4) Processing facilities, (5) Animal health rooms, (6) Slaughterhouses.   Kata-kunci: Desain Bangunan., Peternakan., Hasil Ternak., Arsitektur Hijau.
ASRAMA MAHASISWA UNIVERSITAS MUSAMUS MERAUKE (PENERAPAN DESAIN GREEN ARCHITECTURE) Simorangkir, Yosi Valentina; Topan, Anton; Alahudin, Muchlis; Hidayat, Ragil
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 01 (2018): Musamus Journal of Architecture - Oktober 2018
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i01.1331

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Musamus University student dormitory is one of the facilities provided by the University for students, especially those from outside the area or distant homes. The design of this student dormitory can provide good facilities for the convenience of its occupants by applying the philosophy of honeycomb design and themes as well as the application of Green Architecture designs. Research uses descriptive method, namely to look for elements, characteristics, traits. Descriptive methods are carried out through: surveys, documentation and interviews. Where the data obtained will be a reference to the dormitory design. The number of UNMUS students until 2016 is 9,000 students, 60% of the total number of students in the dormitory is 4,000 students (boys and girls). The area of ​​the student dormitory is 90,000 m2 (9 Ha). Dormitory residents with a percentage of 59% of sons and 41% of daughters, division of dormitory class which consists of class 1: sons (1416), daughters (984), class 2putra (708) and daughters (492) and class 3: sons (236) and daughters (164). The application of Green Architechture is expected to maximize natural resources, including: utilization of rainwater, maximizing natural lighting (skylights), enlarging openings (openings can be penetrated by light and air), with the building stage, air can flow in the building properly, arrangement / building design patterns and vegetation planting are expected to inhibit wind speed.   Kata Kunci:Asrama Mahasiswa.,Green Architecture., Universitas Musamus Merauke.
EVALUASI UTILITAS KAWASAN DISTRIK MERAUKE SISTEM JARINGAN PERSAMPAHAN KOTA Syanjayanta, Biatma; Syanjayakusuma, Hilarius Candra
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 02 (2019): Musamus Journal of Architecture - April 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i02.2049

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Regional utilities are one of the infrastructures in a city that can support smoothness and comfort in various fields,as well as to fulfill basic human needs in the social and economic sphere. With the existence of utilities, humans can carryout economic activities, transportation, and other activities well. Garbage utility network and services in the city of Merauke,have not yet taken place optimally. With the unavailability of adequate waste facilities, coupled with a low public awarenessabout cleanliness, this will result in uncomfortable conditions in the urban area. In addition, it can also cause negativeimpacts on the region, for example, it can lead to flooding and disease. The utility planning area of the garbage networksystem in the city of Merauke aims to provide a waste network planning design in the city of Merauke, in order to improvethe condition and life quality as well as the provision of waste management facilities. The results of the data analysis thatthe authors did, it is still necessary to plan the addition of facilities for waste system, so that the conditions of the city areaare healthy and comfortable. The results of this paper Merauke city map of solid waste system plan, which is an input to thelocal government of Merauke district.
TENDENSI PENDUDUK DI PAPUA MENEMPATI RUMAH BERJENIS DINDING BUKAN TEMBOK Bano, Rafly Parenta; Hematang, Yashinta Irma Pratami
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 02 (2019): Musamus Journal of Architecture - April 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i02.2050

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The results of Susenas (National Social Economic Survey) which conducted by BPS in 2017 show that there are stillaround 44.79 percent of households in the Papua Province that occupy uninhabitable homes. One of the criteria foruninhabitable homes is the structure of the type of wall that is of low quality (not walls). The high percentage above issuspected because the low level of population welfare is reflected in the high poverty rate in 2018 as 27.74 percent in thePapua Province. This study aims to determine the percentage of households in the Papua Province that occupy buildingswith types of walls not walls and the factors and the level of tendency. The method used is descriptive analysis andlogistic regression analysis. The results showed that there were 74.72 percent of households in the Papua Provinceoccupying buildings with types of walls not walls. Even 100 percent of households in eight districts in the Papua Provinceoccupy buildings with the same wall character. While the results of logistic regression analysis showed that the variablearea of residence, education of the head of the household and the field of business of the household head affecthouseholds occupying buildings with types not walls.
PENERAPAN HEALING ENVIRONMENT PADA PERANCANGAN RSIA Raubaba, Henry Soleman; Alahudin, Muchlis; Octavia, Sari
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 02 (2019): Musamus Journal of Architecture - April 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i02.2053

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Healing environment is one of the design concepts that prioritizes environmental factors because the environment plays animportant role in the healing and recovery process of humans in addition to medical, genetic and other factors. Applicationof the concept of healing environment in the design of the Maternal and Child Hospital (RSIA) in terms of architecture cancreate an ideal built environment and influence the psychology of space that helps mother and child patients adapt to therecovery process. The research method used is descriptive qualitative research method to describe and describe thephenomena that exist in the Maternal and Child Hospital, both natural and human engineering, which is more concernedabout the characteristics, quality and relationships between activities as well as the relationship with the application of theconcept of healing environment. The results showed that the Maternal and Child Hospital (RSIA) is not only a health carefacility for mothers and children, but also offers comfort and aesthetics in the design of the physical environment. Theapplication of the concept of healing environment in the Mother and Child Hospital combines natural, sensory andpsychological aspects that aim to support adaptation to the environment and the physical condition of the patient in therecovery process. The concept is applied to the design of the elements outside the building (exterior) and inside the building(interior) in the form of communicative circulation, the creation of a healing garden, structuring the building mass, goodlighting, utilization of the view, sound conditioning, and color play on the building.
DESAIN KANTOR DINAS PERINDUSTRIAN DAN PERDAGANGAN Octavia, Sari; Raubaba, Henry Soleman; Simorangkir, Yosi Valentina
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 02 (2019): Musamus Journal of Architecture - April 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i02.2054

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The low quality of infrastructure and facilities is one of the causes of hampered services to the community. Infrastructureand offices that are directly related to trade and commerce, Industry and Trade, bearing in mind that Industry and Trade areone of the economic driving forces in the City of Merauke. Dinas Perindustrian dan Perdagangan Kabupaten Merauke officeBuilding tries to approach tropical architecture in its design. This research is a qualitative research by directly observing inthe field, making image recordings and conducting literature studies. This research is research. This study aims to analyzethe application of building concepts with a tropical architectural approach to its qualitative design by making directobservations in the field, making image recordings and conducting literature studies. . The results showed that the buildingdesign applied a tropical architectural approach to setting the basic coefficient of buildings, building orientation, buildingopenings and s / v ratio of buildings. The application of this type of material on building blankets is not maximal consideringthat there are still many materials that are not sustainable (suistainable) and fabrication materials that are not suitable forapplication in buildings with a tropical climate.
PUSAT PENANGKARAN DAN KERAJINAN KULIT BUAYA Simorangkir, Yosi Valentina; Alahudin, Muchlis; Paresa, Jeni
Musamus Journal of Architecture Vol 1 No 02 (2019): Musamus Journal of Architecture - April 2019
Publisher : Faculty of Engineering, Musamus University, Merauke, Papua, Indonesia.

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.35724/mja.v1i02.2056

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One of the works of the town of Merauke that is quite proud of is crocodile leather craft. Currently in the city of Merauke there is no Center for Capturing and Craft of Crocodile Skin which houses crocodile leather craftsmen where the results of processed crocodile skin are very diverse, so as to boost local revenue. By seeing the natural condition of Merauke which has a tropical climate, it is necessary to have a design approach that takes into account environmental conditions. The method used in this research is qualitative method. This research data in the form of primary data and secondary data obtained by conducting direct interviews and observations and reinforced with photo documentation. The results of this study are a design based on the design and design concept of Education and Learning Center of Crocodile Breeding which is educational (learning) so that visitors can know the process of hatching, tanning, to being processed crocodile skin products, which pay attention to architectural rules that pay attention to lighting lighting and natural disposition and pay attention to environmental conditions in accordance with the concept of Modern Tropical design.  

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