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Revitalisasi Permukiman Suku Bajo di Desa Kabalutan Ristianti, Novia Sari
Ruang Vol 1, No 2 (2015): Jurnal Ruang
Publisher : Ruang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (47.837 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/.1.2.71-80

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This study aims to arrangement implementation of buildings and the environment in residential areas Bajo in Kabalutan Village to realize the layout of buildings and neighborhoods and livable, identity themselves, productive and sustainable. Development of the Bajo settlement revitalization must be adapted to the local character of society which has social and cultural life of local governance. Dwelling houses were established in the village Kabalutan a house above the sea level with pillars at the bottom of a shallow sea. The houses surrounding the small islands (with a diameter of 10-20 meters) or elongated follow the access that connects the settlements that surround the small islands. Therefore, control settings and utilization should depart from local character.
Pengembangan Konsep Wisata Apung Kampung Nelayan Pesisir Balikpapan Ristianti, Novia Sari
Ruang Vol 1, No 1 (2015): Jurnal Ruang
Publisher : Ruang

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This study aims to provide recommendations structuring concepts in the coastal fishing village Balikpapan using the concept of a floating tour. Settlements fishing village located around tourism destinations that have environmental issues with the availability of public infrastructure and facilities are inadequate and residential neighborhoods that have the selling value of travel. Moreover, with the Spatial Plan (RTRW) Balikpapan years 2012-2032 that have set up a new space for the benefit of economic investment in the form of Regions Coastal Road Balikpapan hence the need for structuring the slums fishermen along the coast of the city of Balikpapan. Therefore, the need for the concept of slum settlements of fishermen along the coast of Balikpapan in favor of realizing the coastal road. The concept led to the arrangement of settlement activities that are sustainable both in terms of economic, environmental and social coastal communities through the realization of SMART ECO-VILLAGE. This concept carries the principle of sustainability in terms of economic, environmental and social but still adopt the culture and customs of fishing communities which are then packaged in settlements through the concept of rural tourism development.
Assessing Destination Brand Image Chinatown In Term of Semarang City Branding Implementation Ristianti, Novia Sari; Dewi, Santy Paulla
Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan Vol 20, No 2 (2018): Jurnal Teknik Sipil & Perencanaan
Publisher : Semarang State University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jtsp.v20i2.16541

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Abstract. Concerning to city branding, the role of brand image is very important for visitors to remember the tourism destination. The destination brand image can identify by 5 elements of city image, namely path, edge, node, district, and landmark. Semarang Chinatown is one of the historical tourism sites in Semarang that can represent the Semarang's city branding as a "variety of culture" with various cultures and interactions. The aim of this research is to identify the Semarang's City Branding (variety of culture) through destination brand image that revealed by 5 elements of city image. Research methods are carried out in two stages. The first step analysis was described the image of Chinatown area using the descriptive qualitative method. The second step was tried to find the correlation between image of the Chinatown area and the Semarang city branding. Descriptive comparative technique used to compare between the existing and the trend of Chinatown development with theory image of the city. The result of this reserach is identification destination brand image based on 5 elements of the city image. The first element is path with character toponym of alley based on its history as well as the special function as trading area, namely the Gang Baru as traditional market path and Gang Warung as semicircular market path. The second element is edge that shown by the form of Kali Semarang and Gang Beteng which has a history of Chinatown development as centre trade zone in Semarang at the past until now. The third element is node that can be seen from every pagoda located at Chinatown junction (skewers location) because of the fengshui that is embraced by Chinatown communities and it is believed that the location of pagoda can protect against evil and crime. The fourth and fifth elements are districts and landmarks that represented by the Semawis Market and pagoda as the Confucian temple. As a conclusion, Semarang Chinatown's destination brand image as a historical and cultural tourism area of China is memorable and has a strong character.
The Implication of Studentification To Community’s Physical And Social Economicaspects In Tembalang Higher Education Area Dewi, Santy Paulla; Ristianti, Novia Sari
Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan Vol 21, No 1 (2019): Jurnal Teknik SIpil & Perencanaan
Publisher : Semarang State University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jtsp.v21i1.19027

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Abstract. Studentification is a neighbourhood changes caused by the students’ presence in the permanent settlement then influence the area; students accomodation supply and community’s social economic aspects. This research revealed the influence of studentification in Tembalang higher education area to the physical and social economic aspects. Qualitative research method was used to explain more about the studentification influence and the Tembalang development trend. Interview conducted to some key figures in the community such as Lurah, community leaders, and students to find out their perception regarding the neighbourhood transformation. Based on analysis, it showed that studentification emerged since the Pleburan campus moved to Tembalang campus which students accomodation demand increased significantly. Moreover, the studentification influences seen from the increasing of land price, land use conversion, and students’ life style that affected the community’s job-shifting. However, the development of Tembalang higher education area still on the track based on the guidance and spatial pattern structure recommendation of Semarang Spatial Plan 2011-2030.
Inclusive Public Service Space For Elderly With Disabilities Balance In Poncol Station District Semarang Desectasari, Dhiaz Putri; Ristianti, Novia Sari
Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan Vol 21, No 2 (2019): Jurnal Teknik Sipil & Perencanaan
Publisher : Semarang State University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jtsp.v21i2.19704

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The public spaces in essence should be able to accommodate the users. Especially with users who have special needs or called user inclusive. One thing that is often overlooked in the application of the space design is elderly. Though the government launched the Elderly Friendly Cities program and one of them is the most populous Semarang in Central Java, 34 percent of the total population. Poncol Station Semarang is an example of public service that is not fully provide even distribution in terms of design. In fact, Poncol station offers ticket price reduction if the purchase is done directly at the station counter by twenty percent of the original price of special elderly where their activities should be contained fully included in the design space that is enterance Pre-Area, parking and drop-off, and the building area is the lounge, counters, toilets and platforms. Therefore, the question arises of research "Any element of design in the public service Poncol stations required for the creation of inclusiveness for the elderly with limited balance?". Therefore, the purpose of this study is to formulate needs space design elements inclusive public services for the elderly in Poncol Station. Using quantitative research methods to obtain a picture of the elderly activity conducted in each room at Station Poncol and needs in order to create design elements inclusivity using quantitative descriptive techniques. The results of this study found a tendency for the needs of design elements and limitations.
Transformation of Activities and Space in Malay Kampong as Heritage Kampong in Semarang City Kurniati, Rina; Ristianti, Novia Sari; Dewi, Santy Paulla; Prihestiwi, Rosa Calista
Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan Vol 22, No 1 (2020): Jurnal Teknik Sipil & Perencanaan
Publisher : Semarang State University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jtsp.v22i1.21498

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Abstract. Urban development is a very dynamic process which determines by the function and the value of an area. Development of the city and the modernization causes social, economic and environmental changes and causes spatial transformation in the urban kampoong. The spatial transformation cannot be generalized and have different forms. Kampung Melayu is one of the kampung kota in the Semarang city that still survives till now. The function of Kampung Melayu is very vital and has enormous value in the colonial era so that it becomes a special attraction in the service trade sector. However, in the 20th century Kampung Melayu changed its function which led to changes in spatial planning in the region. Based on the results of the analysis, there are indications of decreased activity in the region regarding economic, environmental and social aspects both in the context of physical and non-physical changes. Thus, the purpose of this research is to make a spatial transformation that occurs in Kampung Melayu Semarang. The method used is a qualitative method. This study discusses the historical role of Malay villages from the future, how to assess the character of space and activities in Kampung Melayu and the spatial transformation in Kampung Melayu. The output of this research is spatial transformation that occurs in Kampung Melayu, Semarang CityKeywords: Spatial Transformation, Urban Kampoong, Kampoong Heritage.
Analisis Kerawanan Banjir sebagai Pendukung Perencanaan Model Water Sensitive Urban Design di Kabupaten Klaten Ulfiana, Desyta; Windarto, Yudi Eko; Bashit, Nurhadi; Ristianti, Novia Sari
MEDIA KOMUNIKASI TEKNIK SIPIL Volume 26, Nomor 2, DESEMBER 2020
Publisher : Department of Civil Engineering, Diponegoro University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (575.6 KB) | DOI: 10.14710/mkts.v26i2.31929

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Klaten Regency is one of the regions that has a high level of flood vulnerability. The area of Klaten Regency which is huge and has diverse characteristics makes it difficult to determine an appropriate flood management model. Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) is a model that focuses on handling water management problems with environmentally friendly infrastructure. Therefore, an analysis is carried out to determine the level of flood vulnerability and factors causing flooding to plan a WSUD design that is suitable for each sub-districts of Klaten Regency. The Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) and Technique for Order Preference by Similarity to Ideal Solution (TOPSIS) methods are used to help the analysis. Aspects used as criteria are rainfall, slope, soil type, geological conditions, and land use. Based on the analysis, it could be concluded that Klaten Regency has two sub-districts with high flood hazard category, 21 sub-districts with medium category, and three sub-districts with low category. Bayat and Cawas are sub-districts that have a high level of flood vulnerability category. Meanwhile, Kemalang, Karangnongko and Polanharjo are districts with a low level of flood vulnerability category. The main factors causing flooding in Klaten Regency are slope and land use.
The Effectiveness of Playgrounds through Vegetated-Setting Approach in Tembalang, Indonesia Widjajanti, Retno; Ristianti, Novia Sari
Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan Vol 22, No 2 (2020): Jurnal Teknik Sipil & Perencanaan
Publisher : Semarang State University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jtsp.v22i2.25985

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Abstract. As part of urban public space, playgrounds are a children's play space that can improve children's sensory, communication, and physical abilities. Playgrounds must be able to create comfort and education for children to engage with nature. One of the approaches to achieve is by the vegetated setting. Tembalang is a sub-district in Semarang, with children dominating 44% of the total population. Therefore, the playground's effectiveness in Tembalang was assessed based on comfort nature and connection with nature. Nine playgrounds are the object of this research. This study is aimed to determine the effectiveness level of the playground in Tembalang using the vegetated-setting approach. The research used a quantitative approach with Guttman-Scale scoring. This study's output assesses the level of effectiveness of the vegetated-setting playground through two aspects. The first aspect, comfort nature, which included in the effective level (71%) in the form of vegetation, protects children from heat and rain while playing, vegetation that provides shelter when children relax or gather under trees, vegetation can cause cold air and the condition of the grass field. It is comfortable to use and is not slippery. In comparison, the second aspect, the connection with nature, is included in the effective level (50%) in the form of plucked vegetation such as fruit or flowers, vegetation that can climb to train the child physically, vegetation that can bring animals to live in, such as birds or butterflies, and grass fields that children can use for running and physical activity.
ECOBRICK: ELEMEN DESAIN ESTETIS DAN EKOLOGIS DI DESA WISATA NGERANGAN, KLATEN Ristianti, Novia Sari; Widjajanti, Retno; Kurniati, Rina; Nurini, Nurini
Jurnal Arsitektur ZONASI Vol 4, No 3 (2021): Vol 4, No 3 (2021): Jurnal Arsitektur Zonasi Oktober 2021
Publisher : KBK Peracangan Arsitektur dan Kota Program Studi Arsitektur Fakultas Pendidikan Teknologi

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.17509/jaz.v4i3.35973

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Abstract: Waste management as a cost recovery has an economical selling value. Such as the Ecobrick concept. Ecobrick utilizes non-biological waste, converted into small pieces (bricks) and then put into plastic bottles. Plastic waste will be stored and preserved in the bottle. The household furniture is made from ecobricks such as tables, chairs, and walls. Therefore, Ecobrick can improve aesthetic and ecological functions in Kampoeng Loempang Ngerangan Tourism Village.The aim is to implement 3R waste processing through ecobricks in improving aesthetic and ecological functions in Kampoeng Loempang Ngerangan, Klaten Regency.The research method is quantitative. Stage I information is about techniques, principles, and products of Ecobricks. Stage II Guidance is implemented making ecobrick and its product. Stage III Practice is making and arranging ecobricks into buildings and furniture. Phase IV Independence and Habitual is the evaluation of Ecobrick products used for the aesthetic and ecological functions of Kampoeng Loempang. Such as a gate, stalls, tables, and chairs.The research output is implementing ecobrick technology in Kampoeng Loempang Ngerangan Tourism Village in aesthetic and ecological element designs for entrance gates as landmarks, stalls culinary tourism, and chairs and dining tables for culinary tours.Keywords: ecobrick, aesthetic, ecology, rural tourism Abstrak: Pengelolaan sampah sebagai cost recovery memiliki nilai jual yang ekonomis. Seperti konsep Ecobrick yang memanfaatkan sampah non hayati, diubah menjadi potongan-potongan kecil (bata) kemudian dimasukkan ke dalam botol plastik. Sampah plastik akan disimpan dan diawetkan dalam botol. Perabotan rumah tangga terbuat dari ecobrick seperti meja, kursi, dan dinding. Oleh karena itu, Ecobrick dapat meningkatkan fungsi estetika dan ekologi di Desa Wisata Kampoeng Loempang Ngerangan. Tujuan kegiatan ini yaitu untuk menerapkan pengolahan sampah 3R melalui ecobrick dalam meningkatkan fungsi estetika dan ekologi di Kampoeng Loempang Ngerangan, Kabupaten Klaten. Metode penelitian adalah kuantitatif. Informasi tahap I adalah tentang teknik, prinsip, dan produk Ecobrick. Tahap II Bimbingan dilaksanakan pembuatan ecobrick dan produknya. Tahap III Praktek membuat dan menata ecobrick menjadi bangunan dan furniture. Tahap IV Kemandirian dan Pembiasaan adalah evaluasi produk Ecobrick yang digunakan untuk fungsi estetika dan ekologi Kampoeng Loempang. Seperti gapura, warung, meja, dan kursi. Luaran kegiatan ini adalah mengimplementasikan teknologi ecobrick di Desa Wisata Kampoeng Loempang Ngerangan dalam desain elemen estetika dan ekologi untuk gerbang masuk sebagai landmark, warung wisata kuliner, dan kursi dan meja makan untuk wisata kuliner.Kata Kunci: ecobrick, estetika, ekologis, desa wisata
Sustainable Rural Tourism Meaning for Community Livelihood Dewi, Santy Paulla; Ristianti, Novia Sari
Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan Vol 23, No 2 (2021): Jurnal Teknik Sipil dan Perencanaan
Publisher : Semarang State University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/jtsp.v23i2.29320

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The Sangiran is a national tourism strategic area as well as the most important ancient site established by UNESCO. Hence, its existence can contribute to the community livelihood which is dominated as poor. Meanwhile, having World Heritage Sites (WHS) status gives many restrictions to the local community such as restriction to soil excavation. Focusing on the agricultural sector as their main job was relatively difficult because of the physical aspect. The community chose the possible way to gain income that the job did not relate with tourism activity. Therefore, this study examines the meaning of sustainable rural tourism for community livelihood using the sustainable livelihood approach. Two rounds of Focus Group Discussions and interviews with some experts were conducted to find out issues in the development of Sangiran tourism and stakeholder perceptions. The community considered that they could not rely on the tourism sector so that they adjusted to the situation by doing another job. Indeed, the WHS status of Sangiran had not given impacts on the community; they prefer to conduct their previous activities. The development of rural tourism was not sustained; the community was still vulnerable that pointed out by their low economic capacity