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Atrium : Jurnal Arsitektur
ISSN : 24427756     EISSN : 26846918     DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.21460/atvm.2015.11.4
Core Subject : Engineering,
Jurnal ATRIUM adalah sarana komunikasi bidang Arsitektur berupa hasil penelitian, studi kepustakaan, maupun tulisan ilmiah terkini. Edisi perdana terbit pada Mei 2015 dengan frekuensi terbit dua kali dalam setahun, pada bulan Mei dan November. Arti ATRIUM adalah ruang bersama, tempat berbagi para anggota dalam sebuah keluarga. ATRIUM sebagai salah satu konsep Arsitektur yang dikenal di berbagai belahan dunia dengan berbagai nama lokalnya ini dipilih untuk menamai jurnal ini.
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MENGKAJI TRADISI MEMBANGUN “ORIN TAGAN” MASYARAKAT KAMPUNG NITA KABUPATEN SIKKA Gobang, Ambrosius Alfonso Korasony Sevili; Polawati, Emiliana Yulistia
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Title: Assessing the Tradition Building "Orin Tagan" Community of Kitaung Nita Sikka District "Orin tagan" is an elevated house with 1 meter height underneath space (lewu) in Nita Village, Sikka Regency. The interaction among different cultural groups resided in the island of Flores had influenced one another, particularly in house building tradition. Research on housebuilding tradition in Nita Village is still scarce, only a few researches focused on building tradition at Nita Village. So some researches are sought based on similar themes (theme: building tradition) and similar locations (location: Kampung Nita, Sikka Regency). This research problem formulation is to understand how the tradition of building "orin tagan" by the people of Kampung Nita. The purpose of this study is to investigate the building tradition of ?orin tagan?, using descriptive/ narrative strategy and qualitative methods. Primary data were collected based on in-depth interviews with: undagi (village architect/ handyman) and community leaders. Data analysis covered: (1) participants? meaning analysis and (2) structural system analysis and (3) display system analysis. The research results were presented in the form of diagrams containing the elements that make up the structure of ?orin tagan? in Nita Village, Sikka Regency, namely the structural system and the stylistic system. The structural system consists of: the structure of the roof, walls and foundation. The stylistic system consist of: terrace display and frame display.
MATEMATIKA DALAM ARSITEKTUR: KONSEP SUSUNAN BILANGAN REAL DALAM KONSTRUKSI ATAP LOPO DI BENTENG NONE Lapenangga, Apridus; Rowa, Yohana; Lakapu, Meryani
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Title: Mathematics in Architecture: The Concept of Numbers in Roof Structure Construction of Fort None Lopo Fort None is a traditional fortress in which there are traditional buildings of the Dawan people, namely Lopo and Ume Kbubu. One of the Lopo in this area was once burned and has not been rebuilt. This is one of the reasons this study was conducted, to find out the mathematical elements in Lopo construction which can be useful as a design guidelines for other Lopo building construction. This study aims to analyze in depth the concept of configuration of real numbers on the Lopo roof construction in Benteng None, so the method used is qualitative research with ethnographic design. This discussion is carried out by analyzing three construction elements on the Lopo roof, namely: 5 inner circles, 26 outer circles and rectangles on the Lopo roof. So, it can be concluded that some construction elements on the Lopo roof which are mathematically analyzed show the existence of the concept of real number configuration. From this discussion, the results show that there are types of real number configuration, including: Monotonic real numbers descending, finite real numbers, fixed real numbers with fixed differences and real numbers with non-fixed differences.
PENERAPAN KONSEP SOSIAL DAN BEHAVIOR SETTING PADA RUMAH ADAT BALI Roosandriantini, Josephine; Meilan, Fernanda Yosefi
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Title: Application of the Social and Behavioral Setting Concept on Balinese Architecture The neighborhood is formed unique as a result of the activities, reactions as well as behavior of the individuals who are living in it. The formation of the neighborhood has a natural architectural meaning which is determined by the necessity of individuals related to the division of the nature of space. The division of the nature of space is very apparent in Balinese traditional houses, it consists of the private to the public spaces. The nature of space is also studied in architecture behavior, and in this study behavioral approach is used in seeing the relationship between the nature of space and the physical appearance of Balinese architecture. This approach is also observing the pattern of user behavior that occurs repeatedly to form a distinct environmental order. This research was conducted to identify the spatial division and the formation of behavioral setting in which the behavior patterns is defined. The purpose of this study is to understand how the concept of behavior setting is applied in Balinese traditional houses. The research method used is a descriptive qualitative, by collecting data based on literature research on Balinese architecture. The results of this study are to explain the human needs of each arrangement based on the nature of the space, and also determine the formation of behavioral setting concepts in the arrangement of Balinese traditional houses.
STUDI PERILAKU PENGGUNAAN RUANG GANG DI KAMPUNG SERANGAN, KELURAHAN NOTOPRAJAN, KECAMATAN NGAMPILAN, KOTA YOGYAKARTA Casnugi
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Title: Behavioral Study of Spatial Utilization of Alley in Kampung Serangan, Notoprajan Sub- District, Ngampilan District, Yogyakarta City The further study of alley as space in the midst of urban settlement communities is needed. The alley as space be utilized by various community activities as well as for socializing. With the limited available space in the middle of the urban settlement community of Serangan village, Notoprajan sub-district, Ngampilan sub-district, Yogyakarta, there is an apparent phenomenon of multiple community behavior in using the alley such as social interaction, drying clothes, parking a motorcycle and even cooking. Besides being used as circulation path, it makes users of the alley must also share with children who play in the alley and in between buildings. Seeing the uniqueness of the alley as a place for such community activity, the behaviors that need to be known further. The purpose of this study was to describe the behavior of urban village residents in utilizing alley as a space for social interaction. The research method used is descriptive qualitative, namely by conducting observations, interviews, documentation with photographs, measurements, observations and environmental sketches. Thus, it can be further understood that there is a sense of togetherness, tolerance in the utilization or occupying of the aisles. Community deliberations in the RT (Rukun Tetangga) area, are a mean for discussing and deciding around issues in their neigbourhood area. It is held periodically based on shared values and usually run well. Social relations and kinship among the neighbors are very important and it is significantly make the community able to live in relatively limited space and environmental resources. The strong sense of tolerance among communities in the village of Serangan can be used for development purposes. Engagement among community members can be enhanced into participatory development programs for taking care of urban settlement environments, especially in terms of slums. Kampong improvement program can be focused on taking care of physical development. The existence of community participation is one of the key success factor of development programs or improvement of urban kampong.
RUANG SOSIAL SEBAGAI PRODUK NEGOSIASI SPASIAL DI KAMPUNG KAUMAN YOGYAKARTA Panglipur, Septiawan Bagus; Amijaya, Sita Yuliastuti
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Title: Configuration of Social Space as a Result of Space Negotiation in Kampung Kauman Yogyakarta Kauman is one of the unique special area in Yogyakarta famous for the special formation of the settlement patterns and the history as well related to the inhabitant. Kauman residents are descendants of the courtiers of Kraton Yogyakarta. Kauman is known as the birth place of K.H. A. Dahlan, the founder of Muhammadiyah Islamic teachings. The use of spaces as the result of communities behaviour could be seen as an interesting phenomenon. Narrow paths ways are not only used for access but also used as spaces for activities. It creates kind of new spaces. Some temporary extension of residential areas is often found and accepted as an agreement among residents. The aim of this study is to analyze the formation of the new social spaces by community activities. The qualitative descriptive methods will be used to explain the activities of Kauman village residents. Human activities behavior creates patterns in the in the environment as new spaces both temporary and permanent. The research finding of a moving social space in Kauman is a social space created by traveling vendors as they open new spaces around the sales area. The other finding is temporary acquisition of the clothesline which is placed along the alley that become a shared property, this make the clothesline owner have a new personal space occupying the social space that already exists. The court yard of the Great Mosque whenever empty is used for pencak silat activities, this activity also attracts the hawkers to come to sell there.
REDESAIN INKLUSIF DAN PENINGKATAN AKSESIBILITAS LAYANAN UNTUK BERBAGAI PENGGUNA DI PERPUSTAKAAN UNIVERSITAS KRISTEN PETRA Tanuwidjaja, Gunawan; Wulandari, Dian; Kristanto, Luciana
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Title: Inclusive Design and Service Accessibility Improvement for Various Users in Petra Christian University Library In the context of Indonesia, Act No. 8 of 2016 actually recognizes the rights of the disabled. Unfortunately, the UNCRPD implementation seems not quite effective. Many educational facilities are not accessible for the disabled or the People with Disabilities. The learning environment has an indirect impact on student achievement, creating a positive attitude, higher motivation for learning and no doubt better performance. The accessibility aspect of learning places is crucial for educational facilities such as university Library. Petra Christian University (UKP) is located in the heart of Wonocolo District, Surabaya, East Java-Indonesia. With the motto "Learning zone that cares ". Library@Petra wants to be a learning center that caters to academics, and practitioners. Library@Petra is the largest and most complete academic library in East Java. On the other hand, many users find accessibility barriers to Library@Petra-owned facilities built in the 1980 's. Accessibility issues for all users are generated from Focus Group discussion (FGD) discussions, involving people with disabilities, elderly, pregnant women following children in accordance with User – Centered Principle. The Library@Petra redesign was submitted based on the principles of inclusive design submitted by Tanuwidjaja (2015). An Equitable Use but Reasonable Principle will be met through providing a help corner for users with special needs, accessible pathways and space to spin, as well as accessible meeting and toilet areas. Simple and Intuitive Use Principle will be filled with braille/visual and directional guides for the blind and other. The principle of requiring Low Physical Effort applied to accessible toilets and assistance to retrieve books in specific areas that are hard to reach, computers for users with special needs (blind users) are provided for reading, to access e-books and catalogs. Prohibition of Usage Error is recommended with the installation of a fence as high as 150 cm around the elevator aisle and anti-slippery floor. These recommendations were found difficult to be addressed because of the limited university's budget and the use of active Library@Petra throughout the year. Therefore, it is proposed a Special Assistance Corner for special users including disability as a first step. This corner is equipped with a dedicated User Service desk, a waiting couch and three computer stations for visual disabilities to read ebook and catalogue sites. Recommendation of this case is the higher nvolvement of People with Disabilites in inclusive design.
ARSITEKTUR DAN AIR (Kasus: Kota Palembang) Adiyanto, Johannes
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Title: Architecture and Water (Palembang Case) The total area of Indonesia consists of a total land area of 1,904,569 km2 and a sea area of 7.900.000 km2. Indonesia's geographical location has two rainy and dry seasons, tropical climate and high humidity and sunshine throughout the year. This condition is also reinforced by the location of Indonesia located on two continents, Asia and Australia. Thus Indonesia is not only about land but also waters. This general description becomes the basic of understanding the case study of Palembang city. The case of Palembang was appointed to see the consequences of 'water' in the course of city development and the traces of its architectural artifacts. Then how the latest development of Palembang city, is still oriented to the water or have forgotten the water as the face of the city? The purpose of this discussion is to show the development of the city, especially Palembang, related to its natural geographical conditions. Explore this descriptive paper using a historical study approach with chronic descriptive methods. Chronic descriptive method is a method of translation as it is with a note on events that are considered important in a particular location. Descriptive descriptive results show that the city of Palembang has left the water, the icon of the Musi River is placed as a 'separator / distinguishing / distance maker' rather than 'union' between Ilir and Ulu. Geographical natural conditions are not placed as a basis in the implementation and development of Palembang City.
ARSITEKTUR RELIGI PESTA TIWAH DAYAK NGAJU SEBAGAI DAYA TARIK WISATA BUDAYA DI KALIMANTAN TENGAH Iban, Carlos; Elfrida, Tuti
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Title: The Religious Architecture of Tiwah Feast among Dayak Ngaju as Cultural Tourism Attractions in Central Kalimantan The belief to a transcendent space among Dayak Ngaju people, especially for Kaharingan believers in Central Kalimantan, leads to the Tiwah Feast, a secondary funeral ceremony to transmit the soul of the dead to a celestial realm called The Lewu Tatau. The Tiwah Feast manifests in many meaningfulness of sacred symbols. There are certain rules in the implementation, particularly on the physical symbols and its religious architectures. This article emphasize the uniqueness of the symbols on the religious architecture of Tiwah Feast, which has the potential to become tourist attraction in the development of cultural tourism products. Using qualitative methods, data obtained through in-depth interviews, participant observation, and documentation, in two different locations, in Tumbang Koling and Ramang Village. Sacred symbols on its religious architecture include Sapundu and Sandong. A sapundu manifests in the form of a human or animal figure, regarding to the personification of the ancestral spirit. It shows the way for the soul towards Lewu Tatau. Meanwhile, Sandong is a secondary burial coffin to put the ancestral bones. The construction and architecture should concern on foundation, size, height, carvings, and ornaments. This local wisdom is potential to be developed as a cultural tourism attraction. However, the sacredness of the Tiwah Feast must be maintained and preserved from cultural commercialization and commodification issues.
KAJIAN ARSITEKTUR HIJAU DALAM PENGEMBANGAN DESAIN GEDUNG PEMERINTAHAN Afrizal, Zahmi
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Title: Green Architecture Study in The Development of Government Building Designs The development of constructing the building especially the government building develop rapidly and increasing the number of needs in each region or province in Indonesia. Issues concerning environmental problems resulting from the impact of the development of government buildings in Indonesia at this time such as environmental degradation, global warming, energy and water crises into the background of the emergence of the concept of green architecture or environmentally friendly architecture. The components of green architecture within the building and its environment relate to the site management, energy efficiency, water use efficiency, indoor air quality, environmentally friendly materials, waste management, wastewater management, and vegetation placement are necessary to be researched. The results of this study is expected to be a reference and design guidelines on the development of government buildings in Indonesia to become green buildings that are environmentally friendly.
MENYEMAIKAN KEMAMPUAN MELIHAT DENGAN HATI BAGI MAHASISWA ARSITEKTUR Octavia, Linda; Prawoto, Eko
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Title: Developing Mindful Eyes of the Architecture Students Change is bound to happen in nature, be it revolutionary or evolutionary. The fundamental changes that occur throughtout all aspects would consequently have an impact on life in its entirety, and architecture education is no exception. Hence, architecture education should also continue to refine itself to anticipate the substantial issues it encounters. This first year studio is one of the concepts of change in architecture education, namely by attempting to find a different foundation wherein the emphasis of education is not in the accumulation of information but in fostering individuals to acquire sensitivity and skills for contemplating through a perspective of mutual togetherness. Mindful eyes is actually the consciousness to see, to learn through one?s eyes with awareness, which is implemented in this first year studio with the objective of learning to recognize the tools that will be used in the subsequent studios in the following years to come. This paper is the response of architecture education in confronting changes and it is currently implemented on first year architecture students. Several samples of first year student tasks are presented in a very simple manner, it is, however, aimed at preparing future architects with several essential skills.