Arina Hayati
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember

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Perancangan Perpustakaan Umum dengan Pendekatan Arsitektur Hybrid Armeinda Nur Aini; Arina Hayati
Jurnal Sains dan Seni ITS Vol 6, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat (LPPM), ITS

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (704.581 KB) | DOI: 10.12962/j23373520.v6i2.26335

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Kota Surabaya telah ditetapkan sebagai Kota Literasi pada tahun 2014 diiringi dengan bertambahnya fasilitas taman bacaan dan beberapa perpustakaan untuk meningkatkan minat baca. Sebagai Kota Literasi seharusnya masyarakat umum berpartisipasi, namun karena kurangnya informasi, masyarakat belum sepenuhnya memanfaatkan dan menggunakan fasilitas-fasilitas literasi yang ada. Faktor lain yang mempengaruhi menurunnya jumlah pengunjung ke fasilitas literasi adalah kurangnya minat baca masyarakat dan bangunan yang ada kurang memiliki desain yang menarik dan fasilitas yang kurang memadai. Berdasarkan isu diatas, maka tujuan dari perancangan ini untuk menjawab bagaimana suatu desain arsitektur hadir sebagai pemicu kegiatan literasi yang lebih menarik dan mudah untuk diakses oleh masyarakat umum. Rancangan bangunan perpustakaan diajukan sebagai tempat kegiatan literasi, edukatif dan rekreatif. Perancangan ini menggunakan pendekatan dan metode perancangan arsitektur hybrid yang menggabungkan dua fungsi yaitu perpustakaan dan taman sehingga dapat memberikan persepsi yang berbeda. Hasil rancangan perpustakaan mefokuskan pada menyelesaikan tiga kriteria desain yaitu bangunan yang dapat meningkatkan minat baca, sebagai wadah kegiatan edukasi serta bangunan dapat menjadi identitas literasi pada daerah tersebut.
The Effect of Physical Quality Improvement to Inhabitant’s Sense of Place Annisa Nur Ramadhani; Arina Hayati; Muhammad Faqih
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 5 No. 1 (2019): EIJA | August ~ October 2019 Edition
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

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Sense of place is closely related to the level of community participation and sustainability development. In this paper, the context of environment is tourism kampung. Tourism kampung has a dynamic activities and cultural values both tangible and intangible. The development of tourism kampung has a positive goal to improve inhabitant’s socio-economic welfare. But, there was a change in kampung’s function, activity and meaning from a closed settlement system with low social accessibility to a tourism kampung. This change can also affect the people’s sense of place. Research method used in this study is mixed method, which combines quantitative and qualitative research. Data collection techniques were obtained from questionnaires, field observations, and in depth interviews. The result shows that physical improvement has a positive effect in escalating the level of inhabitant’s sense of place. The finding will be important to the development of the sense of place’s theory and sustainable development.
Konsep Invasi Ruang Eventual: Fleksibilitas Penggunaan Ruang pada Perancangan Rusunawa Joshua Gama Wastara; Arina Hayati
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.v7i1.1187

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Spatial invasion is a subjective expression of low-income communities in the riverbank areas. This lifestyle is one of the expressions of society to meet the lack of spatial space in residential areas, especially in riverbank areas. The previous study stated several things, the invasion of the lifestyle of the riverside community has occurred especially when the settlements were divided spatially. Besides, the precedent for the rusunawa in Surabaya shows its design by providing spaces that connected spaces, units, and buildings, which are usually invaded by the inhabitants for domestic and social activities. Qualitative studies were obtained to find the configuration of spatial invasion through activity observations and in-depth interviews with several participants living in riverbank settlements. This study analyses whether the use of space in the flat can be designed under similar activities and the use of spatial intervention in the kampung settlement, in this context near the river border. The results showed that there were similarities in the use of public spaces in residential areas and rusunawa, namely eventual space invasion that is used as the design concept. Shared space for community activities in the settlements can be adopted and provided in flat design with the support of several architectural elements. These expressions are then simulated into several concept illustrations of a flat design proposal with several required conditions. The result proposes several potentials of space in the flat that can be used for domestic and social interests.