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PENGARUH GAYA HIDUP MILENIAL TERHADAP DESAIN ARSITEKTUR KAFE Vanessa Susanto; Muhammad Arif Mappe Amir; Muhammad Arkan Haqqi; Agus Suharjono Ekomadyo; Annisa Safira Riska
Vitruvian : Jurnal Arsitektur, Bangunan dan Lingkungan Vol 9, No 2 (2020)
Publisher : Universitas Mercu Buana

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (16.926 KB) | DOI: 10.22441/vitruvian.2020.v9i2.001

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ABSTRAKKafe menjadi salah satu tempat favorit untuk dikunjungi generasi milenial. Terdapat beberapa faktor yang memengaruhi generasi milenial dalam menentukan pilihan kafe yang akan dikunjungi, yakni aspek kenyamanan, pelayanan yang baik, harga yang terjangkau, variasi dan inovasi produk, keunikan menu, kelengkapan fasilitas, dan masukan teman. Dalam penelitian ini, Penulis ingin mencari tahu apakah gaya hidup milenial dengan preferensi penilaian akan aspek tersebut memiliki pengaruh pada desain arsitektural sebuah kafe, baik dari segi pensuasanaan, pencahayaan, hingga pengaturan ruang. Metode yang dipakai adalah penyebaran kuesioner kepada pengunjung dalam kategori milenial yang sedang berada di dalam kafe yang terpilih. Dari hasil analisis data, dapat disimpulkan bahwa desain arsitektural kafe memiliki pengaruh dalam menarik minat pengunjungnya terkhusus kaum milenial, sesuai dengan keunikan maupun branding yang ditawarkan pada setiap kafe. Selain itu, keunggulan utama setiap kafe terdapat pada aspek kenyamanan ruang sebagai modal utama pengelola kafe dalam membuat pengunjung betah kongko di dalam kafe. ABSTRACTCafes have become one of the favourite places that suits the lifestyle of current millennials. In choosing one to visit, millennials tend to select based on these aspects: comfortable place, good service, affordable price, varied products, complete facilities, unique menus, friend’s recommendation, reflecting social status, and innovative products. Our team is determined to find out whether this lifestyle affect these aspects that play a huge role in a café’s architectural design. In this journal, the method we chose to gather data is using a questionnaire we shared with millenials whilst visiting these cafes to find out whether the architectural design of a cafe has an impact with the overall scores of the aspects. Based on our analysis, we can conclude that the design of a cafe plays a role in getting visits from customers, especially millennials. It can be observed by the way the cafes brand itself or the uniqueness it share. Comfort becomes the key in attracting customers and making them feel at ease in cafes.
Pengelompokan Kegiatan di Ruang Publik berdasarkan Waktu, Intensitas, dan Usia Rafidah Azzar Dea; Annisa Safira Riska; Hanson Endra Kusuma
RUAS Vol 19, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : RUAS

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2021.019.02.6

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On a city scale, public spaces are often an effective place for urban people to carry out various activities and social interactions. In this space, people can carry out their various needs, both physical needs such as sports, gathering, work, and spiritual needs such as relaxation, getting out from everyday boredom, and so on. This study aims to determine how the grouping of activities that occur in a public space based on time, intensity of visits, and the age of visitors. This research applied an exploratory qualitative grounded theory approach. After the data was collected through an online questionnaire, the data was processed in three stages, namely open coding, axial coding, and selective coding. The results of the study revealed that there are four large groups of activities that are usually carried out in public spaces based on time, intensity, and age. The four groups are groups of health, hobby, relaxation, and lust activities.
Studi Kategorisasi Pengunjung Kawasan Bersejarah Berdasarkan Preferensi, Persepsi, Keinginan Berkunjung Kembali, Kegiatan dan Mitra Nyoman Laksmitasari Wulansani; Hanson E Kusuma; Annisa Safira Riska
RUAS Vol 19, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : RUAS

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2021.019.02.11

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The heritage area is one of many tourism destinations in the world. Indonesia has many heritage areas that had been known as world cultural heritage sites. The development of heritage areas could be done by the exploration of visitor needs. The main goal of this research is to know about visitor needs and grouping in the heritage areas. The data was collected by distributing questionnaires online. The data analysis method used in this study consisted of three steps, open coding, axial coding, and selective coding. From the results of the correspondence analysis between preferences, perceptions, desire to revisit, activities, and partner there are three groups were found, namely will revisit, hesitate to revisit, and will not revisit. The “will revisit” group who not only care about cultural heritage but also other attributes, have various activities, and visit groups or individuals. The “hesitate” group prioritize visual quality and facilities, engage in educational, sporting, or recreational activities, and are more likely to visit with friends. Last one, the “will not revisit” group who felt that they did not fit the atmosphere in the historical area, work in this area, and come with a partner.
Preferensi, Persepsi, dan Harapan Pengguna Terhadap Rumah Sakit Ibu dan Anak (RSIA) Intan Reyndan Fananti; Annisa Safira Riska; Hanson Endra Kusuma
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 7 No. 1 (2021): EIJA August-October edition
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29080/eija.v7i1.1195

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The hospital building is designed to fulfill and accommodate every user's needs, namely patient and general users/visitors. The users discussed in this research are patients and general users. This research aims to determine preferences (reasons for choosing), perceptions (strengths and weaknesses), and user’s expectations (patients and general users) of Mother & Child Hospital. The research was conducted qualitatively using a grounded theory approach. Data were collected using an online questionnaire containing open-ended main questions and distributed freely (non-random sampling). The collected data analyzed qualitatively using the content analysis (open coding) method. The result show Mother & Children Hospital’s patient and general user’s differences in preferences, perception, and expectations on visual architectural aspects, non-visual architectural aspects, and non-architectural aspects. The preferences, perceptions, and expectations of patients and general users tend to be non-architectural in terms of their preferences. There is only one difference, it's in the general user's perception of the Mother & Children Hospital's weakness, where the perception lies in the visual architectural aspect. The tendency for patients and general users are found in the category of service, facilities, quality of medical personnel, location, and parking.
KORESPONDENSI KETIDAKTERSEDIAAN RUANG MAKAN TERHADAP JENIS HUNIAN MELALUI PENDEKATAN GROUNDED THEORY Sarah Heriyanti Putri; Hanson Endra Kusuma; Annisa Safira Riska
NALARs Vol 21, No 1 (2022): NALARs Volume 21 Nomor 1 Januari 2022
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Jakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/nalars.21.1.67-74

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ABSTRAK. Ruang makan pada hunian umumnya menjadi tempat untuk mewadahi kegiatan makan, pengolahan makanan, penyimpanan bahan pokok dan makanan siap saji. Namun, penghuni diberbagai hunian masih menggunakan ruang lain sebagai wadah kegiatan tersebut disebabkan keterbatasan ruang untuk memuatnya. Tujuan penelitian ini untuk mengetahui faktor ketidaktersediaan Ruang Makan pada berbagai jenis hunian seperti Apartemen, Rumah, Indekos, dan Rusun. Selain itu, penelitian ini juga mengungkap alternatif ruang kegiatan makan penghuni berdasarkan jenis hunian. Penelitian dengan metode kualitatif ini menggunakan pendekatan grounded theory serta pengumpulan data melalui kuesioner daring. Hasil penelitian menemukan sebanyak 24,86% responden dari jenis Apartemen, Rumah, Indekos, dan Rusun yang tidak memiliki Ruang Makan untuk mewadahi kegiatan makan, mengolah makanan dan menyimpan makanan. Pada penelitian ini disimpulkan kegiatan makan pada hunian yang tidak memiliki ruang makan dapat dilakukan di Ruang Tamu, Ruang Keluarga, Ruang Kerja dan Ruang Tidur. Kata kunci: jenis hunian, kegiatan makan, ketidaktersediaan ruang, ruang makan. ABSTRACT. The dining room in residential generally provides a place to accommodate eating activities, food processing, storage of staples, and faster food storage. However, residents in various dwellings still use other spaces to carry out these activities due to the limited space to accommodate them. This study aims to determine the unavailability of the dining room for various types of housing such as vertical houses, landed houses, boarding houses, and flats. Furthermore, this study also reveals alternative dining rooms based on the type of occupancy. This qualitative study with a grounded theory approach also collects data through an online questionnaire. This study found that 24.86% of respondents in various types of housing such as vertical houses, landed houses, boarding houses, and flats did not have space for a dining room to accommodate eating, processing food, and storing food. This study reveals that eating activities can be carried out in the Drawing Room, Living Room, Study Room, and Bedroom for residents who do not have a dining room. Keywords: dining room existence, dwelling types, eating activities, unavailable space
Perbedaan Kegiatan Penghuni di Ruang Makan dengan Ruangan lain berdasarkan ketersediaan Ruang Makan pada Hunian Sarah Heriyanti Putri; Sofia Pamela; Hanson Endra Kusuma; Annisa Safira Riska
RUAS Vol 19, No 2 (2021)
Publisher : RUAS

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2021.019.02.10

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The existence of a dining room is now rarely found in some residences. Some people who do not have a dining room will be forced to use a room to carry out eating activities. In comparison, other people use the dining room to do other activities. It shows that the existence of space reflects the behaviour of the occupants in living. This study will compare community activities with residential conditions with a dining room and those without a dining room. This study aims to reveal the differences and activities most often carried out in the two conditions. Then all these activities will be classified based on the theory of affordance. This research method uses a sequential mixed-method approach by distributing online questionnaires. The data collected were analyzed using principal component analysis and analysis of the mean latent variables to find the most dominant variable. Based on the study results, the most dominant activity carried out in residential areas that have a dining room is only eating activities. Meanwhile, residential areas that do not have a dining room include learning, working, relaxing and household activities. 
Hubungan antara Pendapatan dan Pola Kunjungan pada Kawasan Wisata Kuliner di Indonesia Arisa Aulia R. Sukardi; Hanson E. Kusuma; Annisa Safira Riska
Jurnal Lingkungan Binaan Indonesia Vol. 11 No. 1 (2022): JLBI
Publisher : Ikatan Peneliti Lingkungan Binaan Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (364.871 KB) | DOI: 10.32315/jlbi.v11i01.71

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Perkembangan pariwisata yang sangat pesat merupakan salah satu pendorong pertumbuhan ekonomi suatu negara. Keanekaragaman kuliner di Indonesia menyimpan potensi pariwisata yang besar untuk dikembangkan. Kawasan wisata kuliner merupakan sebuah kawasan wisata yang tidak hanya menyediakan ragam kuliner tetapi aktivitas lain yang dapat mendukung kegiatan berwisata seperti area berolahraga, arena bermain, area hiburan, tempat berbelanja dan lain-lain. Sehingga dalam menyusun perencanaan pengembangan kawasan wisata yang optimal maka perlu untuk mengetahui pola kunjungan wisawatan. Tujuan penelitian ini adalah untuk mengetahui pola kunjungan masyarakat di kawasan wisata kuliner berdasarkan penghasilan yang mereka dapatkan. Penelitian ini dilakukan dengan metode kualitatif – eksploratif. Data dikumpulkan dengan kuesioner daring yang berisi pertanyaan terbuka dan tertutup. Hubungan antara data kegiatan, intensitas, durasi, mitra dan tingkat pendapatan dianalisis dengan analisis korespondensi. Hasil penelitian mengungkapkan bahwa masyarakat dengan kategori pendapatan Lower Middle Income (LMI) lebih menyukai jenis Wisata Hedonis, masyarakat dengan pendapatan Upper Middle Income (UMI) lebih menyukai jenis Wisata Atraksi, berbanding terbalik dengan masyarakat High Income (HI) justru hanya melakukan wisata yang masih berkaitan dengan produktivitas. One of the catalysts of a country's economic success is the rapid rise of tourism. Indonesia's culinary variety has much promise for tourist development. The culinary tourism area is a tourist area that provides a variety of culinary and other activities that could support travel activities such as sports areas, playgrounds, entertainment areas, shopping places, and others. So it is vital to determine the pattern of tourist visits to compile an appropriate tourism area development plan. This research aims to figure out the pattern of community visits in culinary tourist zones dependent on the amount of money they make. The approach used in this study was qualitative - exploratory. An online questionnaire with open and closed questions was used to collect data. Correspondence analysis was used to examine the link between activity data, intensity, duration, and income levels. According to the findings, persons in the Lower Middle Income (LMI) category choose hedonic tourism. In contrast, those in the Upper Middle Income (UMI) income category favor attraction type. Those in the High Income (HI) category only conduct tours still tied to productivity.