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Contact Name
Kaswanto
Contact Email
kaswanto@apps.ipb.ac.id
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+628121939739
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j.lanskapindonesia@apps.ipb.ac.id
Editorial Address
Department of Landscape Architecture Faculty of Agriculture IPB University Jl. Meranti Kampus IPB Dramaga, Bogor 16680, West Java, Indonesia
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Kota bogor,
Jawa barat
INDONESIA
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
ISSN : 19073933     EISSN : 20879059     DOI : https://doi.org/10.2944/jli
Core Subject : Science,
Focus and Scope The Indonesian Landscape Journal (JLI) is a periodical scientific publication of Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture, IPB University and the Indonesian Institute of Landscape Architects (IALI) with the purpose for enhancing conceptual, scientific understanding and application to develop a sustainable landscape as a solution to landscape change. Various disciplines and perspectives are needed to understand the landscape and harmonize social and ecological values to ensure the sustainability of the landscape. This journal has been published 6 Volume, starting from 2009. One volume of publication consists of two numbers: the edition of April and October each year. We invite researchers, academics and practitioners in the field of Landscape Architecture and other fields related to the science and profession of Landscape Architecture to submit articles in the form of academic research, thought, and academic reports including the following themes: • Planning, design, management, and landscape plants • Planning and development of urban and rural areas • Ecology and the environment • Ecological landscape engineering • Landscape history and culture
Articles 144 Documents
ANALISIS KESESUAIAN LAHAN UNTUK RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU DAN RUANG TERBUKA BIRU DI SENTUL CITY, BOGOR Faradilla, Erlinda; Kaswanto, .; Arifin, Hadi Susilo
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 9 No. 2 (2017): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29244/jli.2017.9.2.101-109

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Sentul City as a new city must be able to meet the water needs of its residents. Sentul City has annual rainfall up to 4 000 mm/year but most are rare groundwater areas. With the topography, its annual rainfall, and proximity to the river, Sentul City is a good potential to make lake and rain garden as retention pond and for replenish groundwater. An analysis of land suitability of green and blue open spaces is needed to optimizing the land use of Sentul City, especially as green and open spaces. This study was aimed to do land evaluation of green and blue open spaces in Sentul City. The research is conducted by land evaluation method using Geographic Information System (GIS). The analysis result shows that the suitable land for park was 24% of the area that moderately suitable and was 54% that marginally suitable. Land that are moderately suitable for urban forest are 25% and 75% are marginally suitable. Land that are moderately suitable for golf are 77% of the area, and 23% are marginally suitable. Land that are suitable for lake as retention pond are 11% of the area, and land that are suitable for rain garden are 22% of the area.
Redesain Taman Kota Trunojoyo Kota Malang Melalui Pendekatan Lanskap Kota Setyabudi, Irawan; Agus, Viktor Tharigas Sianus
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 2 (2020): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Malang City has a number of tourism potentials that can attract tourists. The location of Malang City is very strategic because it is in a highland and has a comfortable temperature. The existence of Malang City is very strategic because access to and tourist attractions in Malang City is very easy, one of which is via train. Malang City has various potential natural, man-made, and indigenous landscapes. Natural resources and unique culture of the community need to be maintained and preserved. One of them is the Trunojoyo City park which is located in front of the entrance or the entrance gate for tourists from the New Station of Malang City. For that, it is necessary to evaluate the characteristics of the city of Malang so that it can support a positive destination image regarding the city of Malang as a tourist destination. The problems in the research location, apart from the unorganized condition of the park, also the lack of a strong character as a city identity, the lack of public appreciation of the existence of city parks. The main function of several parks is not yet clear and is not yet supported by landscape elements that are able to accommodate the activities of its users. This study aims to redesign Trunojoyo City Park, Malang City, so that it can be developed as an ideal and sustainable New City Park. The resulting output is in the form of site plans, cutout drawings, and detailed drawings. While the method used to analyze is descriptive qualitative by referring to the Judge design process (2018). The results of this study indicate that the Trunojoyo city park is not suitable and does not meet the existing standards on the carrying capacity of the park so that a park design recommendation must be provided.
Toleransi Tanaman Lanskap Terhadap Pencemaran Udara di Kota Sidoarjo Hasna Salsabila, Sylvia; Nugrahani, Pangesti; Santoso, Juli
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 2 (2020): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Landscape plants is one of horticultural plants, wich has a few functions, such as for esthetics plant, giving shade on the road, hedges and absorbing air pollution. Judging from its existence, landscape plants are often facing problem, such as clash with air pollution, as a result of the process of photosynthesis on the plants are disrupted. This research is conducted in two locations in the city of Sidoarjo, at the Alun-alun Sidoarjo area as the control location (L0) and Aloha area as the polluted location (L1). Method to determine tolerance level through calculation of APTI (Air Pollution Tolerance Index) with parameters of leaf pH, water content, ascorbic acid and chlorophyll.
Evaluasi Daya Tarik Wisata di Kebun Raya Cibodas dalam Sudut Pandang Kualitas Visual Desiana Yulianti, Santi; Adriani, Hanni; Syahadat, Ray March
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 1 (2020): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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This research was motivated by the diversity of natural and artificial resources in Cibodas Botanical Garden which has a visual quality of landscape beauty that becomes a tourist attraction. This study aims to determine the value of visual quality of tourist attractions in Cibodas Botanical Garden. The method used was a quantitative descriptive approach. Data obtained from observation and literature study and distributing questionnaires to respondents using a sample of 100 people using the Scenic Beauty Estimation (SBE) method. The assessment was carried out on thirteen tourist attractions of Cibodas Botanical Garden which consisted of Decorative Garden Galleries, Sakura Gardens, Cibogo Waterfall, Ciismun Waterfall, Lumut and Amorphophalus Gardens, Greenhouses, Paku-pakuan Collection, Guest House, Rhododendron Garden, Medicinal Plants Collection, Liana Garden, Large Pond and Semar Pocket House. The total visual assessed was 26 landscapes. Based on the assessment obtained, it shows the tourist attraction landscape that gets the highest visual quality (SBE) value, namely Landscape 12 with a value of 100.53, which is included in the classification of "high visual quality" from the landscape of the Cibodas Botanical Garden Large Pool. A total of 22 landscapes categorized as high visual quality and 4 landscapes categorized as moderate visual quality. No landscape categorized as low visual quality. Thus, the Cibodas Botanical Garden Landscape has great strength in supporting its function as a conservation tourism object in Indonesia but it still needs some landscape arrangement in some spots. Keywords: Cibodas Botanical Garden, scenic beauty estimation, tourist attractions, visual quality
Produksi Ruang Terbuka Hijau Publik Taman Terpadu dan Respon Warga di Taman Kelurahan Pondok Jaya, Kota Depok Lintang Yuniar Pratiwi; Tohjiwa, Agus Dharma; Irina Mildawani
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 2 (2020): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Horizontal Urban Expansions Model significantly contributes to land transformation and affects multiple problems including environtmental damage. Ideally it must be balanced by Urban Green Space supply for sustainability and liveabilty of a City. Society aspect become apart of sustainability’s domain and human factors will be considered through perception. In order to implement as mandatory of Law of Republic of Indonesia no 26/2007 Concerning Spatial Management, local government needs to basically establish local regulation on how to carry it out. The Depok City Government Public Space Regulation has already been arranged through Depok City’s Mission (2016-2021) which Increase the quality of the public services, and building infrastructure and open space including Mayor’s Promise to build urban park in 63 of Depok’s urban village. Since it was on first year, there were disagreement where the inhabitants refused park development around them. This study wants to find out the factors influencing inhabitant’s response to Pondok Jaya Urban Village Park Development. The research is using qualitative method with Case Study and an in-depth interview, analyzing qualitative data by open coding, axial coding and selective coding analysis. The research’s result revealed three category of inhabitant’s response who has different causal factors, they are Strongly Agree (precedent, physical & social benefit), Somewhat Agree (priviledges, maintenance & concept planning) and Strongly Disagree (Intervnetion, Development Process, Existing Condition & authority-function changes). This study may gain knowledge and understanding the way to better formulation of next Depok’s public green space regulation.
Studi Komparasi Perencanaan Ruang Terbuka Hijau Perkotaan Antara Jakarta dan Singapura Setiowati, Retno; Hayati Sari Hasibuan; Raldi Hendro TS Koestoer
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 2 (2020): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Green open space has functions ecologically, economically, and socially to improve the quality of urban life. Urban green space is one of the keys to sustainability. The purpose of this study was to analyze green open space planning in Jakarta and Singapore using a comparative study method. The study locations were chosen in Jakarta and Singapore because they are geographically located in Southeast Asia but have a vastly different area of ​​green open space. Singapore has the largest area of ​​green open space in the world, amounting to 47% of the total area and Jakarta only has a range of 5 to 10% because of the baseline of green open space that has not been officially set by the Government. Green open space planning in Jakarta has decreased from 1965 to the present due to the rapid development of residential and commercial areas. On the other hand, Singapore's success in increasing the area of ​​green space is due to its strong political policy in greening which is directly led by the Prime Minister and supported by all stakeholders. The vision of Singapore as a Garden City is clearly stated in the Green and Blue Master Plan and implemented in government programs. Cooperation between stakeholders in Singapore continues to make public awareness about successful greening. Jakarta needs a strong political policy to increase green open space by formulating a green open space Master Plan that is integrated with a network of roads, blue spaces, and increased cooperation between stakeholders.
Perencanaan Lanskap Mitigasi Tsunami Berbasis Ekosistem Mangrove di Kota Palu Hisbulloh Akbar, Mochammad Azkari; Abdul Kharis, Faisol; Rahmawati, Oktavia Putri
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 2 (2020): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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The coastal areas are vulnerable areas to disaster threats, especially the geological hazards of earthquakes accompanied by tsunamis. Palu City, which is located on the west coast of Sulawesi, experienced a natural disaster of an earthquake, tsunami, and liquefaction on September 28, 2018. Based on the Map of Disaster Prone Index in Central Sulawesi Province, Palu City is a tsunami-prone area that is crossed by the Palu-Koro Fault. Tsunami disaster mitigation efforts in coastal areas can be done by planting mangrove ecosystems as a green barrier. The purpose of this study is to analyze the characteristics of the coastal landscape in Palu City and plan the landscape of tsunami mitigation based on mangrove ecosystems in Palu City. The method used spatial analysis method and descriptive method, as well as the research stage, consists of preparation, data analysis, data synthesis, and landscape planning stage. The basic concept of tsunami mitigation landscape planning is to reduce or eliminate disaster risk in coastal areas based on mangrove ecosystems. The concept of spatial pattern concept consists of high hazard zones, medium hazard zones, and low hazard zones. The concept of vegetation refers to the diversity of mangrove and native plant species as green open spaces and green barriers.
Desain Lanskap Ekoriparian Babakan Pasar, Bogor. Daisy Radnawati; Makhmud, Desy Fatmala
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 1 (2020): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Environmental management, especially the water resources sector in Indonesia is experiencing greater pressure from the use of environmental resources compared to efforts to improve environmental quality. The Ministry of Environment and Forestry (KLHK) has collaborated with society through communities to combine the concept of riparian planning with efforts reducing the pollution load from domestic waste and making the place a center for education and environmental conservation, this concept is called ecoriparian. One of the locations planned for ecoriparian planning is located in the Ciliwung Watershed, located in Babakan Pasar Village, Central Bogor District, Bogor City, West Java. This area is located in a densely populated settlement with a strategic location and is thick with pluralistic values. The approach used in this research refers to Gold's (1980) design process, this stage starts from preparation, inventory, analysis, synthesis, concept and design. The results of this research are expressed in the form of a concept and visual design of the Babakan Pasar Ecoriparian Park which develops potentials on the site, the landscape design uses the Chinese and Sundanese cultural approach as outlined in the spatial concept of elemental form and color selection. In this research, is expected the exsistence of this ecoriparian park can improve the quality of the Ciliwung River, change the mindset of the community regarding river preservation and add to the aesthetic value of an area. Keywords: Environmental Management, Riparian Planning, Watershed.
Perancangan dan Pembangunan Taman Apotek Hidup pada Lanskap Industri, Kabupaten Kudus Sutrisno, Alfred Jansen; Hermanto
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 1 (2020): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Gardener in the industrial landscape has limited knowledge and experience in managing the environment. Meanwhile, there are areas in the industrial landscape that can be developed into thematic parks. The purpose of this activity is to train gardener in designing and constructing parks that have good visual quality. The living pharmacy park is a concept park that is trying to be developed. This park is dominated by a collection of medicinal plants or often also called the family medicinal plant garden (Tanaman Obat Keluarga - TOGA). The method used are a workshop and Focus Group Discussion (FGD). The area of land that is used as a place for design and construction activities is 720.3 m2. The design process starts from an inventory of existing conditions, then analyzed and synthesized to get the appropriate park design. After the design results were agreed upon, a park was developed. Park development must be in accordance with the results of the design. However, the obstacle faced is that there are some problems that are not properly inventoried and found during development. Even though, the results of the construction of the park are still quite in accordance with the results of the design. Keywords: Gardener, Living Pharmacy Park, Medicinal Plant, Visual Quality
Inisiatif GIAHS untuk Pengelolaan Lanskap Pertanian Tradisional Berkelanjutan: Studi Kasus di Desa Sudaji, Kabupaten Buleleng, Provinsi Bali Mohammad Zaini, Dahlan; Mustika Ratna Dewi; Vania Okky Putri
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 12 No. 1 (2020): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Traditional agricultural landscape is an important part of rural community’s life and perceived as a cultural heritage. There are various cultural values and agricultural systems with local wisdom that should be preserved. One of the strategies that can be carried out is the initiative of Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems (GIAHS) which promotes an agricultural landscape becomes a sustainable agricultural heritage system. However, Indonesia as an agricultural country, did not yet has any site that have been registered and participated as a GIAHS site. In fact, there is area with traditional agricultural landscape that is highly potential to be registered, namely Sudaji Village, located in Buleleng Regency, Bali. Therefore, this study aims to identify and analyze the potential and constraints of Sudaji Village regarding its agricultural landscape to be designated as GIAHS Sites in Indonesia. The methods used in this research are benchmarking method and field survey. The results showed that Sudaji Village met the five criterias to be designated as one of GIAHS Sites, as follow: (1) the contribution of the agricultural system to food security and livelihoods, (2) the use of biodiversity as a source of food and agriculture, (3) knowledge and experience of traditional community systems that are still being maintained, (4) the existence of two village government systems that affect the value system and culture of the community, and (5) the landscape condition that is influenced by people's knowledge in managing agricultural landscapes. Hopefully, Sudaji Village will become a part of the GIAHS Sites with its potentials. Keywords: benchmarking method, GIAHS Initiative, landscape management, Sudaji Village, traditional agricultural landscape

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