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Teknologi Digital pada Pendidikan Arsitektur di Era Industri 4.0 Widriyakara Setiadi; L.M.F. Purwanto
JoDA Journal of Digital Architecture Vol 1, No 1: September 2021
Publisher : Universitas Katolik Soegijapranata

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Fenomena kurikulum pendidikan Indonesia terus berubah dan selalu diperbaharui dalam setiap periode. Begitu pula dengan perubahan-perubahan kurikulum pendidikan tinggi arsitektur. Kompleksitas dan jumlah projek pembangunan yang meningkat dari tahun ke tahun memunculkan isu arsitek harus menggunakan aplikasi BIM. Kewajiban persyaratan BIM ini masih diberlakukan untuk biro-biro konsultan maupun kontraktor yang ingin mengerjakan projek pemerintah. Revolusi Industri 4.0 telah menciptakan tren-tren baru di bidang teknologi digital.Tujuan dari penelitian ini ingin mengetahui seberapa banyak pengenalan dan penggunaan teknologi digital dalam proses pembelajaran di pendidikan arsitektur dan aplikasi-aplikasi apa yang sudah dimanfaatkan dan diajarkan dalam pendidikan arsitektur saat ini.Metode penelitian menggunakan metode diskriptif analisis, data diambil dari hasil survei yang disebarkan lewat online. Data-data yang terkumpul kemudian dianalisa sesuai dengan masing-masing katagori.Simpulan teknologi digital adalah sebuah kebutuhan untuk arsitek di masa datang. Kemajuan ilmu pengetahuan teknologi digital harus diintegrasikan ke dalam kurikulum pendidikan arsitektur.
Kajian Fenomenologi Tektonika Rumah Batak Toba Widriyakara Setiadi; LMF Purwanto; Antonius Ardiyanto; Rudiyanto Soesilo; B.Tyas Susanti
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 7 No. 2 (2022): December 2021 ~ February 2022
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29080/eija.v7i2.1130


Indonesia is a super cultural power country, rich in customs and culture line from Sabang to Merauke, from Nias to Rote Island. Cultural wealth breeds architectural diversity. The potential of original Indonesian architecture has begun to be left behind and eroded by foreign cultures. The postmodern era has raised Nusantara Architecture to the world stage. Researches on the wealth of Nusantara architecture begin to bloom like mushrooms in the rainy season. The phenomenon of the skills or expertise of the masters has made traditional houses an endless research material. The purpose of this research is to explore the treasures of the Indonesian nation's wealth, especially the craftsmanship skills of Indonesian ancestors. The phenomenon of tying, knitting, and stringing materials into architectural masterpieces is a uniqueness and uniqueness that other nations do not have. The method used in this study uses the phenomenological method. Where in the vernacular architectural phenomenology is divided into two branches; first: related to space, place, and atmosphere, second: related to tectonic or the art of construction more on the elements of craftsmanship. The results of this study reveal that simple and straightforward technology becomes effective when it comes to craftsmen who have special skills. The conclusions of this study indicate that the skill of the masons is more dominant than the tools used, on the other hand, currently tools are more dominant than the skills of the masons.
ATRIUM: Jurnal Arsitektur Vol. 4 No. 2 (2018): ATRIUM: Jurnal Arsitektur
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian pada Masyarakat (LPPM) Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana Yogyakarta

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Title: The City of Probolinggo: From Panopticon to Fragmented Power The City of Probolinggo, was designed during the Dutch colonial administration. It is very clearly shows the pattern of the city as a city-scale panopticon, as it is mentioned in the theory of Jeremy Bentham. The city layout could be explained as follow: the resident's office (regional leader) becomes the center (as well as the supervisor) of a linear and straight government environment from the south (Jalan Raya Pos) to the north (Probolinggo Lama port). The Probolinggo resident office can spatially "over look" the area to the direction of north, starting from the square, then train station, then the warehouses until it ends at the port located in the Madura Strait. The power of the panopticon is not just a matter of political space, but also includes it as a defense space, economic space, social space and even cultural space. When compared with current conditions, so now the power has changed the pattern from the centralized to more fragmented, as Richard Rorty's understanding of 'the breaking of the great mirror of the universe'.There is no longer a dominant center (and at the same time overseeing), all have their own strength to show themselves. Central to the current administration is the office of the mayor of Probolinggo, whose position has shifted from the old resident's office (now the Kodim 0820 headquarters) to the west. The area of the square was then only a mere symbolic area. The train station has turned into a means of transportation, especially for humans, it is no longer a semi-passive international commodity transporter, its relationship with the port has also been severed. The weakness, between the elements of the city to be like not connected, there is no synergy between one another.
ATRIUM: Jurnal Arsitektur Vol. 2 No. 2 (2016): ATRIUM: Jurnal Arsitektur
Publisher : Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian pada Masyarakat (LPPM) Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana Yogyakarta

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Title: Postcolonial Study towards Jember Alun-alun Area: Efforts to Explore the Potential of Creative City The Alun-alun is an important area in the city in Java, which has existed since pre-colonial era (can be traced back to the Majapahit era), which was later adapted creatively by the Dutch in colonial era to the post-independence of Indonesia. Studies on the Alun-alun is mostly done historically, symbolic or functional, whereas this study viewed from the perspective of postcolonial, that reverse point of view: from the square is considered passive and influenced, being square is active and can be aligned with the global trend. The research method is qualitative research, with a view creativity of Jember society in the process of changes. This study combines direct observation, observe documents and interview. Alun-alun became a media of "control" by the Dutch (towards Indonesian/Jember society) to the New Order era (towards the people of Indonesia/Jember), society is assumed to be liyan (others). Then look for new forms to imitate and reverse of what has been done by the "authorities" so that an alun-alun will be hybrid, diaspora and transculturation also occur. Jember alun-alun area from postcolonial view has a dynamic and adaptive character. Community and Jember alun-alun are not a passive entity that is marginalized and only accept influence from the outside, but they are the subject of the creative changes, to be aligned with a more advanced entity.
PERLUASAN PUSAT KEGIATAN WARGA RT.002 RW.003 ASEMPAYUNG, KELURAHAN GEBANG PUTIH, KECAMATAN SUKOLILO, KOTA SURABAYA Prabani Setio Hastorahmanto; Lucia Ina Trisyanti; Anas Hidayat; Widriyakara Setiadi; Heristama Anugerah Putra; Josephine Roosandriantini; Yohanes Kristianus Harianto; Valerio Sultan Agni; James Efandaru
ABDIMAS ALTRUIS: Jurnal Pengabdian Kepada Masyarakat Vol 5, No 2 (2022): Oktober 2022
Publisher : Universitas Sanata Dharma

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24071/aa.v5i2.4782


Residents of RT.02 RT.003 Asempayung, in general, are indigenous people who have lived in the area for generations. The rapid development of the population has resulted in the narrowing of residential land because it has been divided among the heirs of children and grandchildren. The limited open land has resulted in several community activities being carried out on environmental roads. The Abdimas empowered the community to participate in mutual cooperation in completing the program. UKDC Architecture Study Program will carry out an activity program for the expansion of the community activity center in 2022 by: 1) Empowering the community to participate in the expansion of the activity center; 2) Together with the residents, they will procure sewer cover material as an expansion of the community's activity center. This is largely determined through good communication, social approaches and intense interaction with residents. The output obtained from this community service program is the expansion of the activity center for the residents of Asempayung RT.02 RW.003. This activity will cover the sewerage of dirty water which is about 2.5 meters wide. Closing the channel will form a space above it, which can be used as a center for residents' activities.
SELAPARANG: Jurnal Pengabdian Masyarakat Berkemajuan Vol 6, No 4 (2022): Desember
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Mataram

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ABSTRAKMeningkatkan pertumbuhan ekonomi desa dapat dilakukan dengan cara membina langsung para pelaku usaha. Para pelaku usaha Industri Rumah Tangga (IRT) yang ada di Dusun Wonosari Papar Kediri adalah pengrajin tahu dan sari kedelai. Produksi tahu dan sari kedelai IRT Dusun Wonosari Papar Kediri menghasilkan limbah tahu yang belum dikelola dengan baik, sehingga limbah tersebut dapat mencemari lingkungan. Tujuan yang ingin dicapai dalam Program Kemitraan Masyarakat ini adalah mengelola limbah cair tahu menjadi energi yang dapat dimanfaatkan. Metode pelaksanaan melalui pelatihan dan pendampingan serta monitoring dalam setiap kegiatan. Pembuatan biodigester yang mampu mengolah limbah cair tahu menjadi energi merupakan solusi hasil dalam Program Kemitraan Masyarakat. Kata kunci: tahu; IRT; biodigester; energi ABSTRACTImproving village economic growth can be done by directly fostering business actors. Home Industry (IRT) business actors in Wonosari Papar Kediri Hamlet are tofu and soybean juice craftsmen. The production of tofu and soybean juice from IRT Wonosari Papar Kediri produces tofu waste that has not been managed properly, so that the waste can pollute the environment. The goal to be achieved in this Community Partnership Program is to manage tofu waste into usable energy. The implementation method is through training and mentoring as well as monitoring in each activity. Making a biodigester into energy is a result of the Community Partnership Program. Keywords: tofu; IRT; biodigester; energy