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ISSN : 24772593     EISSN : 24772607     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37715/aksen.v4i2.1311
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This bi-annual journal published every April and October, managed by the Interior Architecture Department of Ciputra University. AKSEN-Journal of Design & Creative Industry invites professionals in the academic world, practitioners, researchers, and students to disseminate the latest ideas and knowledge in the field of Architecture, Interior Design, Creative Industry and Design Management.
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TRANSFORMASI GEROBAK MAKANAN TRADISIONAL PADA DESAIN KONTER MAKANAN TRADISIONAL BETAWI DI PUSAT JAJAN TEMATIK Hendrassukma, Dila; Nediari, Amarena; Fanthi, Reno
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Food cart is a medium for traditional food vendors that represents Nusantara?s culinary culture. Each food cart has the specific feature to define type of food offered. This can be recognized by its shape, color and also the sound when food cart vendors go around the street. When food cart transforms into a counter, it takes a lot of adjustment to accommodate its function from movable into fixed and the finishing technique must meet the criteria of furniture in the food court area. This paper will discuss how transformation still be able to apply Betawinese culture as inspiration to identify the food offered. The research focuses on Betawinese food cart that sell traditional Betawinese street food since it becomes the inspiration in designing food counter. The study was conducted with qualitative method by collecting primary and secondary data then processed as references in designing the counter. This is an effort to create harmony between traditional food counter and thematic food court that served Nusantara?s street food. Besides the experience in the process of serving street food can give insights to the young generation in order to preserve the sustainability of Betawinese culinary. Hopefully the result of the study can provide inspiration to the community in applying Indonesia?s culture in designing interior for commercial space.
EVALUASI KUALITAS VISUAL LANSKAP DI KAWASAN HUTAN MANGROVE SUKADANA KABUPATEN KAYONG UTARA Setyabudi, Irawan; Permana, Deril Aria
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/aksen.v4i2.1312

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 Mangrove forests are specific vegetation structures and grow along coastlines in the tropics, river mouths, and are affected by tides. Its existence supports many ecosystems such as nutrient cycling and fisheries production. This condition is supported by high visual potential and natural resources that make mangrove forests a tourist destination. In the Sukadana Mangrove forest, visitors have different preferences regarding interesting spots. This is evidenced by the accumulation of the number of visitors at a certain point. According to preliminary data obtained, there has been a decrease in the number of visitors since the opening of the tourist sites in 2017, approximately 50% per year. The contributing factor is the lack of development, so the visual impression tends to be monotonous. The problem in this study is the need for evaluation efforts in the form of an assessment of the visual quality of the Sukadana Mangrove Forest landscape. The purpose of this study is the presence of visual quality values can facilitate efforts to preserve certain areas in order to achieve sustainable ecotourism. The analytical method used Scenic Beauty Estimation (SBE), is a quantitative method for assessing the aesthetics of the landscape based on visitors? perceptions by comparing one point to another. The results obtained are that visitors prefer landscapes with natural ambience and boardwalk facilities for taking selfies, while dirty, dry and damaged facilities will be avoided. The conclusion of this study is that the Sukadana mangrove forest has a certain area of interest to visitors, as evidenced by the values in the SBE analysis. 
PERANCANGAN INTERIOR TOKO OLEH-OLEH DAN KAFETARIA BRAWIJAYA UNTUK MEMPERKUAT BRAND PERUSAHAAN Valentina, Ivana; Kusumowidagdo, Astrid; Wardhani, Dyah Kusuma
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/aksen.v4i2.1313

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 One of Indonesian?s cultures is bring back souvenirs for their friends and relatives when they travel. Souvenirs usually present a specialty of a certain place. Brawijaya Istana Oleh-Oleh is a souvenir shop in Batu which sells souvenirs, such as snacks, clothes, and accessories. Brawijaya?s facilities are cafeteria, Islamic prayer room (musholla), hostel, rest area, parking space, and bathrooms with hot water. Cafeteria and clothes retail store are the areas that will be designed. Cafeteria in Brawijaya is leased for group of tourists. It doesn?t sell foods, the foods are provide by outsource local caterings. The featured products of clothes retail store are batik fabric and t-shirt that produced by local small and medium retailers. Brawijaya?s visions are to becomethe most complete and affordablesouvenir shop in Batu and also make cooperation with local small and medium retailers and artists. The design has to pay attention of circulation path and room organization to ease consumers finding products. Design of Brawijaya?s cafeteria and clothes retail store using ?Connecthings? as the concept, which means, ?connect things? connecting Brawijaya?s vision and consumer?s need into layout arrangement and interior design. The application concepts are by locating featured products, which produced by local and medium retailers, in the most strategic place. Graphics on the wall is designed by local artist, to support Braiwjaya?s vision. Products displays in retail store are arranged based on Market Segments Grouping, in order to ease the tourists with the short shopping time finding their needs. Logo application is visually and philosophically implemented in the interior elements to strengthen Brawijaya?s branding. 
PERANCANGAN ARSITEKTUR INTERIOR RESTORAN MALIOBORO DENGAN MENGADOPSI ELEMEN BUDAYA TRADISIONAL OLEH BINA RUPA STUDIO Jakelin, Chesy; Istanto, Freddy Handoko; Susan, M Y
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 Malioboro Restaurant was established in 2007 so after 12 years asking for a new face asking for the history of the establishment of a restaurant that was first built in Bali with the atmosphere and cultural distinctiveness created in Bali so that consumers in Surabaya can also find out the history of Malioboro Chicken Bone this is expected from Bali and is a special feature for soft bone chicken lovers in Surabaya. It is a problem determined by the site that is monotonous and does not reflect Bali in its design. Layout and circulation of visitors is irregular because of the placement of undirected space. There are also those who want to be written, will interpret the value of the company, namely feel the art by heart. The concept of the restaurant also wants to be introduced to the local culture in every room that is designed ?contemporary?. Using traditional elements that give rise to the impression of a modern contemporary that prioritizes the principle of unity and harmony where elements are considered as elements and all elements that are interrelated and sustainable.
PERANCANGAN PRODUK INTERIOR DAN BOOTH DENGAN PENDEKATAN KEARIFAN LOKAL Gunung, Luh De Risa Agustin Dharma; Nuradhib, L Maureen; Rahadiyanti, Melania
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37715/aksen.v4i2.1315

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 This article contains the product design and booth for the Luhde Risa company which is made as a business preparation for the author in the future. The business focus taken by the author is modern local wisdom. The concept of local wisdom carried by the author focuses on the traditions and wealth of Indonesia. The author designs interior products and booths with a local wisdom approach in Bali. The purpose of this design is to maintain and enhance Indonesian local wisdom in the form of interior products, create products that are able to follow trends but still maintain local wisdom, become a provider of the need for space contents that can help consumers in completing space needs, becoming a company that is able to compete globally, increasing world achievement in the field of creative industries, especially the furniture industry. This design uses exploration, observation and analysis of Indonesian resources as a reference in designing interior products. The design of the booth is based on the results of the market survey obtained through the results of personal analysis. Exploration, observation and analysis were obtained from several articles, resource persons conducted through interviews with similar competitors and market surveys through questionnaires. Using the potential of natural resources from Indonesia which has the potential to develop this business so that it is expected to be able to provide a positive response to the economic development of Indonesia and globally. 

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