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Desain Showroom dan Booth Centimeter Home and Furniture Furnishing dengan Konsep House In a House Kathleen Stenecia Wahyudi; Gervasius Herry Purwoko; Rani Prihatmanti
Aksen : Journal of Design and Creative Industry Vol 1 No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

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The demand of comfortability in a house has become an important factor. Because of that, any aspect that relates with it has to be well-designed. So, the people that live it in that house feel maycomfortable and that feeling has to be illustrated in the design. The priority for designing the showroom and booth is the comfort matter. Because of that, the idea for the design concept of this project is ‘House in a House’. In another words, it could be defined that the house ambience is illustrated in the showroom as well as in the exhibition booth. Inside the showroom, objects sold are the home furnishing products, including the furniture furnishing products. The most important thing of the design concept is a simple design. Therefore, it will give a relieved and roomy ambience, with black and white colour, and with the consideration of ergonomic, circulation arrangement, and room organizization. The showroom and the exhibition booth that were designed, were attractive and might invite people to buy the products, and the customer understand about the products sold.
LIGHTING PERFORMANCE PADA RUANG KELAS DI BANGUNAN BERSEJARAH Rani Prihatmanti; Maria Yohana Susan
Aksen : Journal of Design and Creative Industry Vol 2 No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

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Penelitian ini merupakan penelitian jangka pendek yang bertujuan untuk meneliti keadaan pencahayaan di dalam ruang dari beberapa bangunan bersejarah yang telah di-adaptive reuse menjadi sekolah menengah atas di Surabaya. Hal ini untuk mengetahui apakah bangunan-bangunan yang diteliti tersebut sudah memenuhi standar untuk pencahayaan dalam kelas atau belum. Level pencahayaan di dalam kelas sangat berpengaruh terhadap learning performance dari murid yang sangat berdampak ke academic performance-nya. Untuk itu, metode yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah kuantitatif dengan data kualitatif sebagai pendukung. Level pencahayaan dalam ruang diukur dengan menggunakan light meter dan juga dilakukan walk-through inspection (observasi) di setiap bangunan untuk mengetahui keadaan eksisting bangunannya. Kuesioner juga dibagikan kepada para responden untuk mengetahui kepuasan dalam hal pencahayaan di dalam kelas. Hasil dari penelitian ini dapat menjadi parameter untuk dipertimbangkan dalam mengkonservasi bangunan bersejarah, khususnya yang di-adaptive reuse.
Adaptive reuse of heritage building and the impact to the visual comfort: Assessed by the lighting quality Rani Prihatmanti; Maria Yohana Susan
IPTEK Journal of Proceedings Series No 3 (2017): 8th International Conference on Architecture Research and Design 2016
Publisher : Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

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Heritage buildings are designed mostly to be adaptive with the local climate. The main purpose of these adaptive strategies is to create users' thermal comfort as well as solving the problem of high rain precipitation in the tropical climate area. These thermal adaptation strategies will definitely influence room daylight condition. External shading device used in heritage building is one of thermal adaptation strategies, but it will also obstruct the daylight penetration. Design solution should be thought to maximise daylight condition. However, the design solution for heritage building has its own limitations where certain guidelines must be adhered, especially when resizing the existing windows to obtain better daylight condition is needed. This research studies the daylight condition on the designated schools and finding the most feasible solutions to overcome the lighting problems. The existing condition of the daylight was measured using lux meter and the data obtained were analysed descriptively by comparing to the related references in order to gain a maximum result. A simulation by using computer software was also conducted for simulating daylight level in both buildings. Based on the measurements that have been conducted, it shows that the daylight level on the designated buildings was below the standard and the current artificial lighting system was also failed to create the standard illuminance level The solutions for this problems are resizing the window or creating an artificial lighting system. Although in this research proposes 2 solutions to overcome the problems, the latter solution is considered as the most feasible solution to treat heritage building to be a visually comfortable building without major alteration on the building fabrics since both studied buildings are listed as a National Heritage Monument.
Desain Arsitektur Interior Preschool yang Fun, Playful dan Edukatif Angelia Tryphena; Gervasius Herry Purwoko; Rani Prihatmanti
Aksen : Journal of Design and Creative Industry Vol 1 No 1 (2015)
Publisher : Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

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Every parent certainly wants the best for their children. Childhood is the period where children experience growth and development in many aspects; physically, intellectually, socially, and emotionally. However, it seems that nowadays many parents are not capable to fully attend their children’s needs because of job demands. That is why many start to entrust their children’s first formal education to preschool. Preschool can stimulate the growth and development of the children by letting them learn and play. The learning process can accelerate well if the preschool has qualified teachers, good program, and proper physical environment. The children will feel uncomfortable to learn and play in dark, humid, and overcrowded place. Therefore, classrooms and other facility rooms need to be designed as comfortable as possible to support children’s need and growth in the learning process. Selection of colors, shapes, furniture and room layout should be done properly in accordance with children’s ergonomics, and should pay attention to the safety for its users.Interior architecture design Town for Kids Preschool with Playful Kid’s Town as a theme is to provide a comfortable preschool for children to maximize learning process through visual, audio and kinesthetic. Theme is applicable in selection of primary colors to enhance the spirit of children’s activities, simple geometric shapes according to the level of children’s learning abilities and playful design as children’s learning media.
‘Sense of Place’ on Sacred Cultural and Architectural Heritage: St. Peter’s Church of Melaka Bahauddin, Azizi; Prihatmanti, Rani; Putri, Sophie Asha
Interiority Vol 5 No 1 (2022)
Publisher : Department of Architecture Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia

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The ‘sense of place’ of a religious building can be sacred for the community that frequents the architecture. It is deeply embedded with cultural attributes that made the architecture more meaningful and became a structure that ties the community. This article examines the St. Peter’s Church in Melaka which is seen as the epitome of the Portuguese community as a place for them to congregate. This study is influenced by Lefebvre’s space triad theory on the production of social space based on the ‘perceived,’ ‘conceived,’ and ‘lived’ space to form the interiority through sense of place. This qualitative research delves into ethnography to understand the Portuguese culture followed by the phenomenological analysis on the architecture. The church embodies the spirit of the Portuguese community as they struggle in the mixed cultures of Melaka. It stands tall to remind the people of the monumental historical past, a culture that refused to be put aside.
‘Sense of Place’ in Virtual Design Studio (VDS): A Review Astrid Kusumowidagdo; Rani Prihatmanti
RUAS Vol 20, No 1 (2022)
Publisher : RUAS

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Physical design studio (PDS) and live critique sessions are essential elements in design school pedagogy. It enables students to construct their socio-spatial ability through creativity and rationality in a simultaneous way. However, due to the COVID-19 global pandemic, all teaching and learning activities must be conducted remotely in a virtual design studio (VDS). Unfortunately, VDS could be a placeless place for the students and significantly affects their overall learning experience. ‘Sense of Place’, or the people-place engagement, is an important concept in the virtual learning context from the cognitive, affective, and conative domain. VDS not merely provide the ‘place’, but should be able to support dynamic social interactions between students and the tutors as well as to conduct pedagogical activities. Without ‘Sense of Place’, the emotional and psychological engagement in creating learning experiences could not be fulfilled. This paper reviews the previous studies that concentrate on the pedagogical method and ‘Sense of Place’ in VDS at a higher education level. There are several strategies for constructing ‘Sense of Place’ in a VDS. Those are humanization, socialization, the presence of a teacher, guiding structure, graphic tools used, and the student contribution during the learning process. Another strategy is to blend both online and classroom that encourages teachings with multiple learning styles. This conceptualization of ‘Sense of Place’ in VDS is beneficial in further research with empirical data.
‘Sense of Place’ on Sacred Cultural and Architectural Heritage: St. Peter’s Church of Melaka Azizi Bahauddin; Rani Prihatmanti; Sophie Asha Putri
Interiority Vol. 5 No. 1 (2022)
Publisher : Department of Architecture Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.7454/in.v5i1.178

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The ‘sense of place’ of a religious building can be sacred for the community that frequents the architecture. It is deeply embedded with cultural attributes that made the architecture more meaningful and became a structure that ties the community. This article examines the St. Peter’s Church in Melaka which is seen as the epitome of the Portuguese community as a place for them to congregate. This study is influenced by Lefebvre’s space triad theory on the production of social space based on the ‘perceived,’ ‘conceived,’ and ‘lived’ space to form the interiority through sense of place. This qualitative research delves into ethnography to understand the Portuguese culture followed by the phenomenological analysis on the architecture. The church embodies the spirit of the Portuguese community as they struggle in the mixed cultures of Melaka. It stands tall to remind the people of the monumental historical past, a culture that refused to be put aside.
DESAIN INTERIOR MODERN BERKONSEP AVENUE DI DALAM KANTOR DAN SHOWROOM GRANITO TILE Silvia Fransisca Anggada; Freddy H. Istanto; Rani Prihatmanti
Aksen : Journal of Design and Creative Industry Vol 2 No 1 (2016)
Publisher : Universitas Ciputra Surabaya

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Pertumbuhan penduduk kian meningkat dari tahun ke tahun. Meningkatnya populasi berdampak pada meningkatnya pembangunan. Dengan meningkatnya pembangunan, maka kebutuhan jasa desain interior pun meningkat. Untuk melakukan aktivitas, khususnya di dalam ruang, manusia membutuhkan fasilitas yang baik dan nyaman untuk dirinya. Oleh karena itu, desainer interior dibutuhkan mengingat tren zaman ini adalah tidak hanya ruang yang efektif dan efesien melainkan estetika juga diperhatikan. ROBUST Interior Design didirikan untuk menjawab permintaan yang terus meningkat. Servis merupakan salah satu pertimbangan klien untuk memilih perusahaan untuk dibeli jasanya. Klien yang tidak hanya menginginkan desain yang baik, melainkan pelayanan yang maksimal. Oleh karena itu, perusahaan ini memiliki sebuah prinsip yang disebut CARE; yang berarti memberikan pelayanan yang terbaik tidak hanya bagi para klien dan pihak-pihak luar yang juga berkaitan dengan perusahaan, tetapi juga pihak internal perusahaan. Kantor dan showroom GRANITO Tile adalah salah satu karya desain perusahaan. Proyek ini bertujuan untuk menjawab permintaan klien, memberikan solusi yang menyelesaikan permasalahan yang ada, dan memastikan keseluruhan desain sesuai dengan identitas perusahaan. Desain ini memiliki sebuah konsep “Modern Avenue” dimana membagi ruang-ruang sesuai dengan kebutuhan dan akivitas pengguna dengan sirkulasi yang linear pada kantor dan radial pada showroom. Konsep Avenue memberi dampak pada pengguna kantor yang diharusnya untuk mengelilingi area untuk mencapai tujuan serta memastikan kepentingan maupun aktivitas antar divisi tidak bertentangan. Sementara pada showroom, reception area menjadi pusat dari ruangan. Pengunjung diajak untuk berkeliling melihat display produk melalui penataan furnitur dan pola lantai. Sementara, gaya modern diterapkan pada furnitur dan dekorasi dengan bentuk geometris dengan warna-warna dasar dan natural yang sesuai dengan identitas perusahaan.