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Jurnal Ruas (Review of Urbanism and Architectural Studies)
Published by Universitas Brawijaya
ISSN : 16933702     EISSN : 24776033     DOI : -
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RUAS (Review of Urbanism and Architectural Studies) is a scientific publication for widespread research and criticism topics related to urbanism and architecture studies. RUAS is published twice a year since 2011 by the Department of Architecture of Universitas Brawijaya.
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FAKTOR PENENTU PREFERENSI TIPE HUNIAN DI KALANGAN MAHASISWA Reski, Imega; Tampubolon, Angela Christysonia
RUAS (Review of Urbanism and Architectural Studies) Vol 17, No 1 (2019)
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The universities development in Indonesia has implications on the increasing number of students. The tendency of the students majority who are transmigrants in the relevant college areas has further implications on the increasing need of shelter. Different backgrounds made different needs. Thus, there are several types of dwellings with their own characteristics. This study divides the dwellings into seven types, namely parents? house, relatives? house, bought house, apartment, unit rented house, rented house and dormitory. This study attempts to examine dwelling type preference factors. This study also attempts to find the key factors that became the main preference differentiators, and also comparing the respondent's importance level to each key factor on each dwelling type. The data were collected through a two-stage questionnaire. The results of the pilot phase questionnaire were analyzed qualitatively and became the framework of second phase questionnaire. The exploratory research data were then analyzed quantitatively using factor analysis and ANOVA. The results showed that there were 14 dwelling type preference factors with four preference key factors which differed significantly on the importance level valuation of each dwelling type, namely independency, social interaction, freedom, and privacy. The key factors? importance level diagram on each dwelling types is served.
PERSPEKTIF TERHADAP KAWASAN BERSEJARAH: KATEGORI PENGUNJUNG BERDASARKAN KORELASI ANTARA DAYA TARIK DAN HARAPAN TERHADAP KAWASAN BRAGA Salsabila, Levana; Kusuma, Hanson Endra
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The Braga area is one of the cultural heritage tourist destinations in Bandung with the attraction of its colonial architecture. The emergence of new buildings in the region is presented without giving attention to the surrounding colonial buildings. The visitor?s perspective on the Braga area is an important basis in regional growth and development. This study aims to find the perspective of visitors based on the correlation between their attraction and expectations of the Braga region. The method used in this study was mixed methods (qualitative-quantitative), and data collection was carried out using a survey through a freely distributed online questionnaire (snowball non-random sampling). The collected data is then analyzed qualitatively using content analysis and quantitatively using principal component analysis, factor analysis, and multivariate correlation analysis. The results of the study revealed the existence of two perspectives, namely appreciative and recreational. The appreciative perspective sees Braga as having an attractive heritage of historical buildings and hopes that Braga will become a conservation area. While the recreational perspective regards Braga as an entertainment area that is unique and hopes for the commodification of the Braga area.
KETANGGUHAN RUANG PUSAKA SAUJANA DANAU TOBA Utami, Wahyu
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Cultural landscape heritage of Toba Lake Area is a series is a series of landscapes with community activities. It is about an area with its activities in a specific landscape that included by Toba Lake and its caldera with a landscape as a part of geology process into ancient eruption. Stage of cultural landscape process should be a significant focus for a balancing and equilibrium in environmental change.  In this paper that supported by dialog theory between theories of tourism in cultural landscape area and resilience which take Toba Lake area as a case.  Grounded research was used by cases exploration.  Principally, spatial planning will be changing because of human activities and tourism activities.  Changing in its livelihood was occurred because there were many demand for them.  All the changes should be into a consideration for nature and livelihood with specific culture and belief.  Tourism is set up with referring to equilibrium Toba Lake?s nature and its communities of Batak ethic group.  Resilience has a goal to anticipate many changing so as the spatial planning and the communities can adapt with its capacities.
KEHADIRAN SUBKULTUR KLUB MOTOR DI RUANG PUBLIK KOTA BANDUNG Nurhijrah, Nurhijrah
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The presence of subcultures in urban society is as a result of the heterogeneity of culture. One of subculture that presence in Bandung city is a motorcycle club which can be found in almost every corner of the Bandung city, especially in public spaces. This study was conducted to identify the phenomenon of the process of motorcycle club subculture occupy space in public open space under flyover in Bandung city. Data was collected by observation and interview members of the subculture as a subject of the research. The result showed that the main motive for using public open space under flyover is the desire for self-existence that cannot be accommodated in public space that already exists. Utilization of the space under flyover by the motorcycle club gives new meaning to the space that originally did not have a function in urban spatial. However they also do legitimacy of power over space by said that ?the space is theirs?. Therefore architects and planners should consider subculture as a part of the society that have the same right to access public open space and do their activities in Bandung City. 
RUMAH TINGGAL TAN TJWAN BIE DI SURABAYA: STUDI LANGGAM ARSITEKTURNYA Santoso, Joko Triwinarto
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In the social stratification created by the Dutch colonial government, Chinese community in the Netherlands Indies occupied the second place, after Europeans. They live scattered in various cities, one of them is Surabaya. In this city they also settled in the second place after the indigenes in terms of numbers. Tan Tjwan Bie, one of them, was known as the founder of Kebon Agung sugar factory in Malang. With the financial ability, he was able to hire Cosman Citroen, one of the leading architects in the Netherlands Indies, and Gerard Pieter Adolfs, an internationally reputed painter, to design his mansion, as well as a prominent contractor of Nedam appointed to build it until its completion in 1928. At that time, modern architecture was growing rapidly. As a collaborative work of various prominent parties with different backgrounds, this building is worthy of being examined in its architectural style. This paper aims to identify the extent of the influence of modern architecture on this mansion. This study used a combination method of historical, qualitative descriptive, and graphics methods. The result shows that various styles of modern architecture which were popular at the time could be found in the design of his mansion.
SPATIAL CHARACTER OF TOKYO’S FAMOUS TOURIST ATTRACTIONS Manifesty, Odilia Renaningtyas
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Various competitiveness reports on tourism have ranked Japan as one of the most visited countries in Asia. Along with South Korea and Singapore, Japan offers many unique traits to the tourists. Since the establishment of ?Kihinkai? (lit. Welcome Society), Japan?s first organization to engage with foreign tourists, the country has succeeded in developing various sector of tourism such as heritage sites, nature-based tourism, religious sites, and urban tourism. Tokyo Metropolis, as the capital of Japan, is one of the best examples in urban tourism sector. Hotel occupancy in Tokyo has risen around 80% in the last decade, showing high growth of tourism in the city. The aforementioned growth is supported by many factors, with one of them being the enhancement of tourist attractions. The paper examines Tokyo?s nine most famous tourist attractions specifically at their spatial aspects. The complexity of place, accessibility and the presence of surrounding amenities, as well as the ambience or atmosphere offered by the attractions are the components analyzed to form a set of characteristics that define the character of Tokyo?s tourist attractions. The compiled data can be a precedent study or preliminary guideline for other big cities in Japan or Asia to develop their potential of urban tourism.    

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