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Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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The JLI is a periodical scientific peer reviewed publication hosted by Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University collaborate with the Indonesian Society of Landscape Architects (IALI). The journal's aimed to enhance conceptual, scientific understanding and application in developing sustainable landscapes as a solution to landscape change. Various scientific disciplines and perspectives are needed to understand the landscape and harmonize the social and ecological values to ensure landscape sustainability. The articles with themes in Landscape Planning, Design, Management, and Landscape Plants; Planning and Development of urban and rural areas; Ecology and environment; Landscape ecological engineering; The history and culture of the landscape are welcome to submit to this journal.
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PENUTUP JLI VOL 3 NO 1 lanskap, admin
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PENDAHULUAN JLI VOL 3 NO 1 lanskap, admin
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KONSERVASI SUBAK ANGGABAYA: SUATU MODEL KONSERVASI LANSKAP BALI Kohdrata, Naniek; Sutrisna, Putu Edhi
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Subak is one of Balinese cultural products that hastangible and intangible aspects. It also relates to Balinese landscape, social and culture. The tangible and intangible forms of subak are paddy field landscape and local agriculture system, which are well known as one of Bali?s landscape images.The environment conservation often collides with spatial and economy needs. Environment degradation is found in most of places  in the world and in Bali subaks as well. Bali is loosing subaks, which mostly caused by its agricultural landscape function transformation.The Anggabaya Subak, which is located in Denpasar city, is one among other subaks that situated in urban context. This condition has caused agricultural landscape transformation much more significant thanother subaks in rural areas. The existence of Anggabaya Subak will be at  risk if the agricultural landscape cannot give more benefits, economically, to the local community.Anggabaya Subak conservation can be used as a holistic conservation model of landscape, social, and culture in Bali. The Anggabaya Subak conservation is carried out by enhancing the subak functions. The subak expands its functions from primarily managing the landscape for agricultural crops to managing the agricultural landscape for tourism. Three factors that support the function enhancement are the agricultural landscape potential, subak organization capacity, and support from the local government.A functioning agricultural landscape as a tourism object is expected to answer the pressure of changing agricultural landscape. The sustainable and dynamic subak are anticipated to be able to maintain the image of Bali sustainable landscape.
STUDI POTENSI LANSKAP BERSEJARAH UNTUK PENGEMBANGAN WISATA SEJARAH DI KOTA BENGKULU Anggraini, Rika; Arifin, Nurhayati HS
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The objectives of this study were to invent and identify the exsistance of historic landscape in Bengkulu City, to analise and describehistoric landscape which is potential to develop and conserve and also to give some approachments of conservation and empowerment of historic landscape in Bengkulu City for historic tourism development. The method of the study was the surveymethod, including literature review, site observation, questionaire and interview for collecting data. The data were analised to describe the existence and the condition of historic landscapes, and to offer an alternative of historical tourism development.The result showed that Bengkulu City has long periodof history, which left historic landscape and cultural herritage as the physical evidences. The history started from kingdom period with high community welfare and invited the colonialism to Bengkulu. The City still has nationally important role in the early of the independence period of Indonesian Republic. In this  study, 18 cultural reserve and historic landscapes were observed, which spread in  two subdistricts : Teluk Segara and Gading Cempaka Subdistricts.Each of cultural herritages and historic landscapesin Bengkulu City has different condition, so it required different treatment which includes : preservation, conservation, rehabilitation and reconstruction. Some objects are potential to be developed as historical tourism objects because of  their uniqness and high historical value, i.e: Fort Marlborough, Old Harbour, Tapak  paderi, Fatmawati house and Museum of Bengkulu. The potency of tourism sector also supported by the beautiful scenery and community which are cooperative and friendly.It is proposed that historical tourism objects in Bengkulu Province has devided in four clusters based on development potentiallity level and location of the objects. Cluster I as the maine development area, then followed by cluster II, III, and IV . Each cluster has main tourism object and supported by tourism facilities.
PRINSIP PENGENDALIAN PERANCANGAN TAMAN BERMAIN ANAK DI RUANG PUBLIK Baskara, Medha
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Children playground is a place designed particularyfor children to play freely so they gain cheerfulness, joy and excitement. It also canbecome as a mean to develop their cognitive, social, physical, and emotional abilities. Children playgrounds managed by the government, private, schools and communities, currently do not have proper design standards to support the safety and health of users. Those which do not pay attention to safety, comfort, convenience, and health in the design is very risky causing accidents and further the main purpose of playing the game can not be achieved. Therefore, design control of children playground is required in order to minimize the negative impact of children playgroundand its facilities on children's safety and health. The design control also important to assure society that assigned functions of children playground workproperly. Criteria and indicators of children playground design are safety, health, comfort, convenience, security, and aesthetic. Components to be arranged in the design control of children playground are location, layout, game equipments, construction, and materials. This article reviews the design control of children playground and studies the case in Indonesia.
STUDI BEHAVIOR SETTINGFITUR AIR DAN SEKITARNYA (STUDI KASUS DUNIA FANTASI, GELANGGANG SAMUDERA JAYA ANCOL DAN DANAU ANCOL, JAKARTA TIMUR) Fristovana, Trista; Munandar, Aris
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One of the elements in this environment is water.  Dufan (Dunia Fantasi), Ancol Lake and Gelanggang Samudera (GSA) are some of recreation object having water features in a different settings such as water fall, fountain, and wading that interesting to study. Such of this water feature were taken for the research. In this research water features were grouped as static to dynamic water i.e. fountain I and II in Dufan, water fall I in Dufan, static water I in Dufan, wading I and II in Ancol Lake, and water fall II and static water II in GSA.The aims of this research was to study the effect of different setting in inducing number visitor, the type of activities, various of  age and long of visit duration, visit frequency, and to identify the attributes of visitor. The result showed that the largest visitor and activities were in dynamic water feature setting. This water feature setting visitor induced by adult people. The largest visit was on the fountain feature setting II and wading I which have high shade leveland more complete site furniture and then others. The largest visit frequency was on water feature setting which have easy access in all direction. The attributes that  influence from the highest were use and significance attributes, visibility attributes  and the last on the formal setting attributes.
PERENCANAAN LANSKAP RIPARIAN SUNGAI MARTAPURA UNTUK MENINGKATKAN KUALITAS LINGKUNGAN ALAMI KOTA BANJARMASIN Nurisjah, Siti; Anisa, Lisa
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Rivers are part of natural resources which increasing the city?s natural environment quality. So as, Banjarmasin City which has ±107 rivers and known as ?The Thousand Rivers City?. The research objective was to plan riparian landscapes of Martapura River to increase the Banjarmasin City?s natural environment quality. The river was divided into seven segments to classified its natural character (sinuosity) and natural environment quality (open spaces and land cover). Qualitative and spasial methods were carried out to analyze data and to plan the riverscape. The research found three types of environmental zones along the river. Basedon three environmental zones, the Martapura riparian was planned spasially to be urban forest, vegetated city park and city park types. To increase natural and local natural beauty, it is proposed to plant the endemic and local types of vegetation
PERENCANAAN LANSKAP KEBUN AGROMEDIKA HAMBARO (KAMARO) SEBAGAI OBJEK AGROWISATA TANAMAN OBAT Gunarto, Anton
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District of Bogor have potential competitiveness indeveloping agrotourism farms, include farms with agriculture medicinal plants based. Hambaro Agromedicinal Farm (Kamaro) is one of demfarm land for medicinal plants production and cultivation, especially rhizome plants. The aim of this researchis to build a concept of production farms mechanism (Demfarm) which produce medicinal plants from Bogor, and as agriculture tourism activity (agritourism) farm. Demfarm concept, as agriculture medicinal farm, is a farm which produce rhizome medicinal plants which all the supporting plants in the farm are plant for medicalpurposes. Demfarm concept as agrotourism farm is an educative tourism farm for introducing people about cultivation, post harvest activity, producing process, and also medicinal plants profile and its benefits.
PENGEMBANGAN KAWASAN PASCA PERTAMBANGAN TIMAH: PENDEKATAN KONSEP ECO-DEVELOPMENT Manan, Rustam Hakim; Uniaty, Quintarina
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Eco development gave top priority to considerationsin sustainable development. An approachment need to be applied in environmentally  prospective on spatial planning, by integrating sub sistem of planning aspects whichemphasizes on ecosystem and prediction on its success in order to integrate objectives in economy, social-cultural and environmental. Ex-mining sites in Indonesia need a primary attention due to the environmental damages they caused, by means of reclamation as an effort to restore and increase the quality of its natural resources.  Primary consideration in its developing concept is the improving of regional quality with concistency in keeping local potention and characteristic in functional and aesthetic considerations; and give a positive impact for society in ecology, economy,  social and cultural. Landscape planning as a developing idea fully responsible to  realize the success of exploitation and development of ex-mining sites. Pantai Tanjung Tinggi in Bangka Belitung were choosen as a sample case of post-mining site planning through strategic approachment for a development of beach recreational site, Eco-park; a New Landscape in ex-mining Development based on sustainable local wisdom.
ANALISIS PERUBAHAN LUAS RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU DAN FAKTOR-FAKTOR YANG MEMPENGARUHINYA DI JAKARTA SELATAN Sitorus, Santun RP; Aurelia, Widya; Panuju, Dyah R
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South Jakarta is one of region in the DKI Jakarta facing an enormous growth in all aspects of development. The increasing of development activities and regional cause increase land uses dynamic. Fixed land supply compare with the increasing demand causing land use change particularly greenery open  space in South Jakarta. This research aims are: (1) to identify changing of greenery open space of South Jakarta, and (2) to find out population, infrastructure, anddevelopment growth rate of South Jakarta; and (3) to identify factors influencing change of greenery open space and relationship among the factors. The result shows that greenery open space in the period of 2002-2007 decreased about 362,21 hectare from 1299,22 hectares in 2002 to 937,01 hectares in 2007. In the same period number  of population and population density increased 0,7% per year while immigrants declined -23% per year. The region of South Jakarta in 2003 showed hierarchy III village was dominant (43 villages), while number of hierarchy II and I village, were 17villages and 5 villages, respectively. In 2006 number of villages categorized on hierarchy II showed increasing to be 19 villages while hierarchy III decreasing tobe 41 villages and hierarchy I was constant in number. Regional development could be due to growth on infrastructure development such as educational facility, health facility, and commercial area. The number of educational, health, and commercial facilities grew during the period of 2003-2006 with rate of 4,8%, 7,1%, and 20% per year, respectively. Regression analysis was utilized to identify factors influencing greenery open space area change. According to the result, land allocated for greenery open space in Jakarta?s spatial plan (RTRW) being the major factor affecting the change. The other factors were growth of health facilities, immigrants, population density, and educational facilities.

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