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Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
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Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental & Sustainability open access journal mainly focusing on: Urban Design, Spatial planning, Public Participation, Revitalization and Conservation, Management and policy, economic, social, planning, and institutional dimensions about regional and urban development, Real estate, Community Development, Housing and Dwelling. Design Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Digitalized Architectural Designing, Building technology, Building physics, Sustainable design, Ethnic and Vernacular Architecture, History of Architecture, Conservation Architecture, Anthropological Architecture, Environmental Behavior, Critic and Theory of Architecture, Construction and Building Materials, Energy and Buildings, Applied Thermal Engineering, Chemical Engineering Research and Design, Water and Waste Water Treatment, Environmental Management, Solid and Hazardous Waste, Air and Noise Pollution, Climate Change Resiliance and Mitigation, Sanitation and Environmental Health.
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ARCHITECTURAL INVOLVEMENT OF BEHAVIORAL AS A STEP IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF COMMUNITY SPACE (Case Studi : Pusat Dakwah Islam (PUSDAI) – West Java) Margana, Septian Tri; Wibowo, Heru
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Indonesia Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (0.272 KB) | DOI: 10.31848/ijobes.v1i1.251

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ABSTRACT :Islam is the most adhered to religion in Indonesia. However the quality of spiritual communities in Indonesia in particular even large cities inversely proportional to the quantity of the Islamic religions. Along with the development of the times, the modernization that occurred in the community resulting in changes in lifestyle and morals. This has a greater impact on the younger generation who have dynamic characters. But not all young people negative affected from current development. Awareness of religious values began to increase the younger generation. It can be seen from more muslim teen communities attending and holding religious and humanitarian activities. However, it supports the activities of muslim youth inadequate the consequences of this mosque’s downward spiral to have only worship functions and the Muslim youth need to be provided with a positive support facility. It was therefore a community center in the context of behaviour based on islam that can strengthen the spiritual, educational, social, and cultural traditions of the Islamic generation so it can become a sustainable, self-sustaining communit. Keywords : Youth Generation, Architecture, Behavior, Community
IMPLEMENTATION OF GREEN ARCHITECTURE CONCEPT IN MOSQUE DESIGN : A FACE AND ISLAMIC DA’WAH Ramadhan, Try; Wibowo, Heru; Soekardi, Rahy R.; Hertoety, Dianna Astrid
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Indonesia Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31848/ijobes.v1i1.250

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ABSTRACT : Mosque as a means of worship is very important for Indonesian people who are Muslim majority. Mosques in Indonesia have been numerous and will continue to grow. Environmental issues due to the many building developments have become a global concern today, from the limited natural resources, global warming, climate change, Urban Heat Island (UHI) to its impact on the comfort and health of people. The concept of green architecture has been used to minimize environmental damage from buildings. This design-based research will implement green architecture approach in the mosque design in the context of a particular location to identify problems, possible applications and potential development. The designated location is in the eastern area of Bandung, city gates that has fairly dense place of settlement and transportation.The results showed that green architecture approach with neighborhood perspective criteria can be applied, especially with large scale mosque such as the case. The approach is more holistic and relates to the type of communal building. Criterias such as (1)land ecological enchancement; (2)circulation, movement and connectivity; (3)water management and conservation (4)solid waste and material; (5)community wellbeing strategy; and (6)building and energy, can be applied by combining with various design ideas and responses of site problems. Keywords : Mosque, green architecture, research-based design
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
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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
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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
IMPLEMENTATION OF RESPONSIVE ARCHITECTURAL CONCEPTS IN THE DESIGN OF THE CIKOLE FOREST RESORT, BANDUNG, WEST JAVA Arofah, Whinda Rofika; Permana, Asep Yudi; Mardiana, Riskha
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 1 (2019): Indonesia Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
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Indonesia has a lot of potential for nature tourism in the form of mountains, sea, and beaches. This is also an attraction for tourists to make Indonesia as the preferred natural tourist destination when on vacation. Especially West Java, West Java is one of the provinces that are in great demand by local and outside tourists.Besides being famous for its local culture and its unique culinary variety, West Java is also known for its cool air, especially in some parts that are still preserved in nature, the natural potential that is still good and is maintained as an attraction for West Java to attract tourists. One of the famous areas in the city of Bandung which is a tourist destination is the Lembang Region.From the last five years the lodging area in Lembang has increased, currently in Lembang sub-district itself has 13 lodging units in the form of resorts. The amount itself is influenced by the high demand for lodging accommodation especially when the holiday season arrives. But of that number, resorts that have complete and well-maintained facilities and conditions are still not completely even. Based on this fact, the purpose of designing this resort is expected to be the best tourist area in the region to be able to adjust to the conditions of the land conditions, be able to use and not damage the existing land on the design land.The study used in this design is based on the description that occurs today with the support of the literature that supports the theory and analysis that is done. Implementation analysis was carried out using macro and microanalysis methods. Macro analysis is an analysis on a regional scale. While microanalysis is an analysis of the design site, which includes activity analysis, function analysis, space analysis, site analysis, shape analysis, and display and structural analysis and utility.The concept of site and building in this design will produce a conceptual relationship that will later become a guideline in making a design. This concept includes the proposed concept of site design, form, structure, and utility.
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
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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
THE RELATIONSHIP PATTERNS OF ITENAS OPEN SPACES AS THE KEYSTONES FOR REGENERATIVE DESIGN Kustianingrum, Dwi; Tyas, Widji Indahing; Virdianti, Eka
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
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ABSTRACT : Public open spaces designs determine the patterns of natural balance. In order to preserve its sustainability, regenerative design should be applied. As the main step of its application, an investigation of relationship patterns or keystones of the designs needs to be conducted. Using a qualitative approach, this study aims to investigate those patterns in public open spaces in Itenas compared to six other campuses in Bandung and Jakarta. The research method of analysis is descriptive.. It is concluded that the relationship patterns found in the public open spaces of the campus generally are: (1). Connectivity is formed from vehicle circulation patterns and accessibility; (2). Criteria for outdoor space that are generally desirable. While the findings specifically are (1). The relationship patterns found in Itenas relate to the response of activities, locations, times and categories of the public spaces; (2). Stimuli in the form of other activity-creating aspects; (3). In the communal and commercial facilities categories, users mix, interact; (4). There is a place of illegal stimuli causing the circulation function changes into a facility. The findings support the theories and serve as important information implementing the regenerative design in Itenas.Keywords : Relationship Patterns (Keystone), Public Open Space, Campus, Itenas, Regenerative Design
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
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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
IMPLEMENTATION OF SMART CO-HOUSING CONCEPT IN MIDDLE-AGED ADULT COMMUNITY IN INDONESIA Ramadhan, Try; Nirmalasari, Dindha; Ningrum, Mutiara; Beatricia, Beatricia; Maahury, Heince Andre
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
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ABSTRACT : The population of productive age will reach 70% in 2020-2030, while the remaining 30% is unproductive population (under 15 years and above 65 years). The increasing number of population will affect on increasing housing needs, whereas if viewed from the availability of land, it will be difficult to realize a private housing that will required land is large enough for each family. When faced with other phenomena, the productive age composition is filled by a year old aged of 35-60 years and dominated by a millennials generation. This generation is very open and accustomed to the use of technology in daily life. The proximity of millennial generation with technology will revolutionize the way of human life, especially how to settle to influence the growth of housing and urban in indonesia. Therefore, with regard to the problem of increasing housing needs due to the explosion of population in Indonesia, if faced with demands of technological demand as a lifestyle of millennials, the concept of ' smart co-housing ' which is the concept of a decent and integrated residential housing that can consist of several families. Smart co-housing contains two concepts of house concept, which are smart house and shared house. Smart house is a concept of houses that apply technology application and directed into the eco-friendly housing because there is control of energy consumption. Meanwhile, house sharing is a residential concept combining of multiple families with the sharing of private and public spaces as a communal spaces. This research uses a descriptive method that examines the concept of smart co-housing to make a description of the concept systematically later compared to similar phenomena that have occurred in other countries (comparative study) to determine the potential and challenge of the implications of this housing concept in Indonesia. The results of this study indicate that the smart co-housing concept can be applied in Indonesia as a solution of increasing housing needs for millennials in middle adulthood, in terms of economic, social, and environmental aspects.Keywords : Demographic bonuses, co-housing, middle-aged adult, smart housing
SPATIAL PATTERNS OF HOUSING GROWTH AND SETTLEMENT IN SAGULING LAKESIDE AREA (STUDY OF MORPHOLOGY AND PHYSIOGRAPHY) Hamida, Ida; Pratiwi, Wiwik Dwi; Istiqomah, Esti
Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability Vol 1, No 2 (2019): Indonesian Journal of Built Environmental and Sustainability
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.31848/ijobes.v1i2.302

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ABSTRACT :Water edges settlement development has always have strong relationship with its water bodies be it lake or river. For example, by the road?settlement would face the road as main transportation cum logistic facility. On the other hand, along water edges, settlements can either orientated facing water bodies or be positioned as on its back. These two types of orientations may influence mutual relations between water bodies and its settlements. These mutual relationship can be realized via its impact on both the water bodies and its settlements.Settlement development due to never ending increase of population has caused ever rising needs of housing provision.It has spread not only on urban areas but also on other cultivated areas such forest reserve edges, and major coastal areas. Waterfront areas have been increasly attractive settlement areas. There are many factors contributing to this phenomenon such as water as basic need of life, source of income, agriculture, water bodies as transportation facility, and last but not least its nature?s beauty.This research studies on settlement patterns at lakeside with case study of Lake/Dam Saguling which is located at West Bandung Regency of West Java. Apart from being Hydro Electrical Generator, Saguling Dam has been the surrounding areas water source and agriculture. Its water body patterns is widely spread and branched out to many surrounding districts. In some areas, it has become both informal and formal settlements. Settlement spatial pattern typology as been carried out through meticulous observation which relates natural condition and the menmade built environment as well as the lake-water bodies pattern.With this study on morphology and physiography on the water bodies, it is hoped that there shall be continuous study on its impact and mutual reaction between the lake and its settlement to conclude recommendation on policies, development plans, and sustainable management strategies that benefit both settlement and the lake as a sustainable water body.Keywords : Lakeside Settlement, Structure, Disperse/Spread Patterns, Lake Physio/Morphology

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