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Fajarwati, Ade Ariyani Sari
Bina Nusantara University

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Javanese House Interior Study: A Philosophical and Cosmological Extraction of Java’s Heritage, as Design Principles Application in Local Content Context Fajarwati, Ade Ariyani Sari
Humaniora Vol 8, No 2 (2017): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v8i2.3890


Omah has interior arrangement system and regulation according to the life of Javanese people hereditarily. In its process of building and interior arranging, Javanese people hold on to the philosophical and cosmological concept, which was illogic for modern design study to be applied in the aesthetic study. This study aimed to examine the extent of the correlation between consideration of philosophical and cosmological Java community with modern design principles in making Omah. It was through observation on concept application to the realization in Omah form and also through literature analysis of both these principles. This research used the qualitative method in the form of observation and literature study. This research would observe and analyze the relationship between philosophical and cosmological extraction of Javanese interior with design principle through the study from another journal. It finds that a design that facilitates activities and way of life of Javanese people applies design principles and a modern study that becomes visual beauty guidance.
The Relationship of Exhibition Space Design and the Success of Delivering Messages to Museum Visitors in Jakarta Wulandari, Anak Agung Ayu; Fajarwati, Ade Ariyani Sari; Latif, Fauzia
Humaniora Vol 8, No 3 (2017): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v8i3.3634


The research explored exhibition space designs, particularly the interior design elements such as circulation, lighting, and display techniques to find out whether the design elements corresponded the design principles and to find out which museum had the most ideal exhibition design that was able to deliver exhibition messages to the audience. The research applied qualitative method with case study approach in three museums in Jakarta, those were National Museums, Bank of Indonesia museum, and museum of Fine Art and Ceramic as case studies and qualitative data collecting methods through observations to get real-settings information. Data analysis and comparison of various interior elements shows that from the three case studies only Bank of Indonesia Museum has an integrated exhibition space using various interior elements; circulation and lighting design as well as display technique that support the success of a museum to deliver exhibition messages to their visitor. It can stimulate visitors senses visually, auditory, and kinetic.
Subject-Object Engagement Study in Exhibition Spaces: A Comparison Between Taman Mini Indonesia Indah’s Pavilion and Indonesia Kaya Gallery Wulandari, Anak Agung Ayu; Ruki, Ulli Aulia; Fajarwati, Ade Ariyani Sari
Humaniora Vol 10, No 2 (2019): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v10i2.5199


This research aimed to analyze the engagement between local visitor with objects in a conventional exhibition space and a technology-based exhibition space. The method of this research was a qualitative method with descriptive analysis. The data collection was done in two stages. The first stage was collecting secondary data or desk research. The next stage was the primary data collection using both qualitative and quantitative methods. Data were collected in two exhibition spaces; Riau Islands Province pavilion in Taman Mini Indonesia Indah as conventional exhibition space, and Indonesia Kaya Gallery that was located in the Grand Indonesia shopping mall as a technology-based exhibition space. The research shows visitors’ engagement emerges not only because of the objects itself but also of its surroundings; the path and signage, the lighting design, how the objects displayed and labeled that will create certain engagement with its audience. Technology also gives great help to create subject-object engagement. However, to appreciate and really engaged with the objects, the audience still wants to see real objects and not the digital substituted. 
Humaniora Vol 11, No 1 (2020): Humaniora (In Press)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v11i1.6239


The purpose of the research was to identify the cultural value and nationalism behind the Garuda chair and to compare it with another style that had more sellable value as commodities. The research used the qualitative descriptive methodology used literature, observation, site visit, and interview data to analyzed. In conclusion, the Garuda chair has the potential to become an Indonesian commodity in the furniture market and international community by promoting the cultural value behind it and the effectiveness of material using for the chair.