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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 2 lanskap, admin
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PEDOMAN PENULISANIKLANALAMAT REDAKSIDAFTAR ARTIKEL
PENDAHULUAN JLI VOL 3 NO 2 lanskap, admin
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COVER DEPANDAFTAR ISIPENGANTAR REDAKSI
PERANAN RISET DAN PENINGKATAN KETERAMPILAN ARSITEK LANSKAP DALAM MENGHADAPI PENERAPAN KONSEP GREEN BUILDING Suryandari, Lestari; Danusastro, Yodi
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Implementation of Green building concept is expected to promote the progress of industrial property and the role of the experts whose involved in the process, including Landscape Architects. Instead benchmark valuation increasing over time, with the current version of the assessment in Indonesia, the role of landscape design can contribute up to 12% of the total value. Criteria that require the involvement of Landscape Architects primarily related to the basic green areas poin, site landscaping poin, and water efficient landscaping poin. Poin and the benchmark is still potential to increase along with the relevance rating systemically so that will indirectly addvalue to other criteria such as energy and overalls Thermal Transfer Value (OTTV). This is not related, but not directly with developing standards in landscape design. The development of this standard requires further research, such as Indonesianregional plant data, technologies and methods of irrigation, landscape maintenance techniques, and the reconciliation of the standardization of regulations which spread as the various standards that are adopted from another country. By increasing the quality and quantity of research in the field of landscape architecture and landscape plants, is expected to improve the quality of green building practices toward higher standardsand still have its own characteristics of Indonesia.
INFRASTRUKTUR LIMBAH TERPADU DALAM TAMAN LINGKUNGAN PERMUKIMAN Poedjowibowo, Djajeng
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Residential areas are inevitably identified as waste generating region. In general, the waste from the residential area will be transfered from the collecting tool into the garbage carrier at transfer depot which has about 200 m2 area. A residential area of about 10,000 inhabitants requires at least an area of    5,000 m2, generating approximately 25 m3 of waste per day. When transporting all the waste to a landfill, a raise in operating cost and pollution is expected along with odors and garbage scattered along the path. To solve this problem, transfer depot shall be empowered as Integrated Waste Treatment Facility (TPSAT). Transfer depot and neighborhood park is a crucial requirement of a residential area. Integration of both facilities could reduce the negative image of Transfer Depot. TPSAT will produce material that can be recycled, and also organic fertilizer that can be used for maintaining plants growth. While in process of sorting, cleaning, and composting definitely require lots of water. The spacious garden environment can simultaneously be used as a collecting andprocessing area of grey water from surrounding settlements. Waste Water Treatment with Garden (WWG) will produce water that can be used in the process of washing and flushing recycling materials and watering organic fertilizer. Eco-technology tub with 500 m2 area in the depth of 0.8 m ables to generate clean water from greywater at the rate of  100 m3/day generates from 1,000 inhabitant. Park, which is also considered as the lung of environment and communal space, can be integrated and used as local TPSAT WWTP when used with proper layout design and suitable plants.
TEKNOLOGI KONSERVASI LANSKAP GUMUK PASIR PANTAI PARANGTRITIS BANTUL DIY Budiyanto, Gunawan
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Crescent sand dunes is one of the potential landscape of Parangtritis beach Bantul DIY, which has vista which is not owned by other beach attractions. Rows of sand dune that extends along the coast suffered erosion caused by wind-sea with north-west directions. This process resulted sand dune degradation and depositional process of sand particles to the land. One of wind erosion control is to use windbreaks to reducewind speed, to capture sand particles and deflect the wind direction. Windbreaks plant was conducted at two points. In the area of sand dune adjacent to coastline, as well as reducing wind speed and deflect wind direction, and the area behind the sand dune (backdune) with the aim capturing and holding the creep of sand particles.Sand dune conservation is becoming an important plan to be implemented. On the one hand, sand dune has the potential landscape which can still developed further, and on the other hand, sand dune can be a barrier savior of community behind these dunes. Parangtritis beach adjacent to the epicenter of the quake zone from both tectonic faults from Opak sesar and Indoaustralia-euroasia plate stretching in the southern island ofJava. Sustainability and stability of sand dune can reduce tsunami attack caused by earthquake.
STUDI EVALUASI TAMAN KOTA SEBAGAI TAMAN TERAPEUTIK STUDI KASUS: TAMAN CILAKI ATAS, KOTA BANDUNG Hidayah, Azi MA; Pramukanto, Qodarian
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Urban park have some functions. There are ecology, aesthetics, and social functions. Many parks in Indonesia still have not been utilized as a health environment function. Therefore, it is important to identify potency of potential an existing condition of urban park as a therapeutic park. The objective of study is to evaluate the potency of Cilaki Urban Park, Bandung City, West Java as therapeutic park. The study was started with inventoryand analysis of biophysics, site quality, spatial, site element, user and their activities. Key Performance Index (KPI) method was used to evaluate an existing condition of the park based on modified therapeutic design criteria proposed by some Landscape Architects. Questionnaire was used to confirmsome respondent?s expectations about urban and therapeutic function, and then, the direct observation data used as a verification user?s activities. The result showed that the KPI?s value was 0.61 (scale 0-1), so this urban park has some potentials as a therapeutic urban park. The last result of this study is recommendations based on evaluation among KPI?s value, user?s confirm and surveyor?s verification.
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON OPEN SPACES’ INSPECTION Hadi, Azrar
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Scientists agree that open space?s figures and width area in the cities are not only important to the beauty of the city, but also for improving the urban quality of living. It is related to the needs of places for sports and recreational purposes. Open spaces with particular greeneries will also able to fix the decreasing amount of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases effect.One cause of the problem is the competition between the need of green open spaces versus the need of commercial land. Knowingly or not, in addition to commercial and other needs, societies in general and especially planners are less persistent in fighting for the presence of green open space. In particular, to show concerns with the proposed protest on its presence, even so aware of any changes in land use than originallyplanned for the green to any other use.Architecture and landscape architecture education ought to play the main role, encouraging its students to understand the importance of green open space provision and further, producing environmentally concerned and well-educated graduates.This paper aims to review with a different perspective, the availability?s indicators of open space in the city, in terms of urban land use management, especially on increasing public awareness through participation in the monitoring changes in use and incompatibilities of the land use according to the plan. The study results shows that the participation of educated people as a watch-dog agents of the land use planning implementations could be the best and effective instruments to address socio-economic and urban architectural issues, instead of relying on local government building inspectors.
PERSEPSI DAN PREFERENSI WARNA DALAM LANSKAP Titi, Wasissa; Gunawan, Andi
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Color is one of important elements in our life, everything will be easier to seeing something with it. Color is element which make power of attraction in design, because color have emotional component that emerge when people see it. A beautiful landscape also have element of interesting colors. For this reason, people can enjoy all element in landscape.Every people has different perception and preference when they see color. As each colors have different characteristic. They influence the preference for landscape. Research has shown that personal preference is not only influenced by color. Landscapewill be more interesting when is the embedded color is in harmonious combination with other elements.
PERENCANAAN PENATAAN LANSKAP KAWASAN WISATA DAN PENYUSUNAN ALTERNATIF PROGRAM WISATA DI GRAMA TIRTA JATILUHUR, KABUPATEN PURWAKARTA, PROVINSI JAWA BARAT Sulistyantara, Bambang; Pratiwi, Prita Indah
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Grama Tirta Jatiluhur (GTJ) is tourism area which is located in the eastern of Ir. H. Djuanda water reservoir. This tourism area is one of potential tourism destination in Purwakarta which has many objects and attractions. The purpose of this research areto identify and analyze natural tourism resources, to analyze land suitability oftourism area, to analyze ecological value of green open space, to analyze characteristics and perceptions of tourists in GTJ, and to decide touring plan based on objects andattractions. This research use qualitative and quantitative descriptive method. The qualitative descriptive method consists of potentials and constrains of biophysical aspects, technical aspects, and social aspects. Whereas the quantitative descriptive method applies Geographic Information System (GIS) proces by: (1) overlaying thematic maps of physical-biophysical aspects, objects and attractions potentialsvariables using software ArcView 3.2; and (2) calculating the value of nature by using extention CITYgreen 5.4. The results of this research are landscape planning for tourism area and formulation of Tourism Programme Alternatives with ecologicallysustainable development. The landscape plan consists of touring plan, spatial, vegetation, circulation, activities, facilities, and tourism programmes
PERENCANAAN LANSKAP WISATA PESISIR BERKELANJUTAN DI TELUK KONGA, FLORES TIMUR, NUSA TENGGARA TIMUR Yusiana, Lury Sevita; Nurisjah, Siti; Soedharma, Dedi
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Konga Bay is a beautiful natural coastal landscape enriched with local culture and vernacular architecture which is still preserved. There are two objectives of this study, firstly is to propose alternative plan of coastal tourism interpretation trail for KongaBay to support its landscape conservation. Second objective is to plan Konga Bay landscape ?in lines with sustainable tourism development, to be a beautiful, pleasant, and long-lasting tourism landscape; as well as giving better living opportunity forlocal community. The study applied descriptive-quantitative method to assess coastal environmental quality, potency of coastal tourism development, acceptability level and local community development in tourism. Those three assessments were integrated to obtained land suitability zone for tourism which was subsequently developed to spatial and circulation programs of coastal tourism in order to plan coastal tourisminterpretation trail and sustainable coastal tourism landscape as well. Tourism zone consisted of (1) main zone for aquatic and terrestrial tourism areas and (2) supporting zone contains welcome and transition areas. Circulation of coastal tourism comprises primary, secondary, tertiary, and tsunami evacuation circulations. Coastal tourism interpretation plan provides three alternatives of interpretative trail. Development plan of Konga Bay coastal tourism landscape includes aquatic and terrestrial tourism landscape.

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