Yunida Sofiana
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Pemanfaatan Limbah Plastik sebagai Alternatif Bahan Pelapis (Upholstery) pada Produk Interior Sofiana, Yunida
Humaniora Vol 1, No 2 (2010): Humaniora
Publisher : Bina Nusantara University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v1i2.2874

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Environment pollution which is caused by garbage, especially plastic products, is one undeniable thing nowadays. Environment pollution by non-degradable materials could be decreased in 3Rs that are recycling, reusing, reducing. Recycle method is one of creative methods; the plastic waste could be recycled into matting materials that substitute natural material (pandanus) and also to be alternative upholstery in interior products. Plastic waste treatment process until disposable is easier than natural material which has to go through several stages like drying and staining. What could be gained from pandanus could also be gained from plastic waste, so there are many things probable products could be designed. The product image is assumed to be modern, one trend nowadays.    
Pengaruh Revolusi Industri Terhadap Perkembangan Desain Modern Sofiana, Yunida
Humaniora Vol 5, No 2 (2014): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v5i2.3144

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The Industrial revolution of the second half of the eighteenth century in Britain was the beginning era of the design modern. Pros and Cons from these revolution happens to comes up with a new movement to art and design that called Art and Craft Movement and Art Nouveau that will be given a tremendous impacts on design modern. Different design approach will be contributed on developing design modern. The research method that has been used for this paper was desk-research method by collected secondary data and analyses to find conclusion about how did the industrial revolution contributed to modern design. The beauty of a design derived from the expertise in exploring new material and technology. The lack in artistic and decorative aspects set new structural and functional display of a design. 
Sejarah Mebel Ukir Jepara Nangoy, Oktavianus Marti; Sofiana, Yunida
Humaniora Vol 4, No 1 (2013): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v4i1.3436

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Since 19th century, Jepara has been wellknown for furniture and craftings. It is shown by the appcreciation from some people claiming Jepara as an intregrated region for furniture and craftings. In Jepara, making furniture and craftings activities have become ingrained part of culture, arts, economic, social and politic. It is difficult to seperate them from its history, as it is not clear the time and place of making furniture and craftings. Thus, tracking the history is necessary to do, to know the development of Jepara as an integrated region for furniture and craftings nowadays.  
Analisis Strategi Peningkatan Produksi Mebel di Sentra Industri Kayu Sofiana, Yunida
Humaniora Vol 2, No 1 (2011): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v2i1.2938

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In the latest couple years, both public and private sectors are doing some efforts and innovations to promote several arts and furniture in Indonesia; through media, cooperation program and exhibitions all over the world. However, this is not effective enough to increase furniture production to better level, especially regarding micro central industry. The micro central industry, especially wood central industry in several areas in Java, mostly has stagnant condition in both local and international. Based on the research in wood central industry in Java, there are factors as the effects: the scarcity and quality of wood material, technology dominance of limited woods, less innovation in designing, unintegrated promotion and marketing and also less strategic planning from the government to develop minor industry. This needs to be analysed according to the condition and need of minor central industry. 
Functional Aspect of Seating furniture at Taman Fatahillah, Jakarta Caroline, Octaviana Sylvia; Kartono, Bambang; Sofiana, Yunida; Indahyani, Titi
Humaniora Vol 10, No 1 (2019): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v10i1.5200

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The goal of this research was to add visual-captured data and analytical from the aspects of function as inputs for designers to be able to propose design on revitalizing the area of Taman Fatahillah. There were two problems that had been found. First, the historical street furniture had not been thought to be part of a new development of the area. Second, the newly added street furniture had not been integrated into the original purpose of Taman Fatahillah. The research used qualitative descriptive methodology with observation and visual-captured methods to collect all data needed. The conclusions are the seating furniture from the old plan has been changed its function, some of them function properly, and one of them does not function properly. Part of the newly added seating furniture in this area functionally works, but one of them does not functionally integrate into the surroundings of Taman Fatahillah as a historical revitalized public area.
The Jepara Chairs Based on Their Style and Period Rombe, Octaviana S.C.; Sofiana, Yunida; Kurniawan, Bambang Kartono; Nangoy, Oktavianus Marti
Humaniora Vol 7, No 2 (2016): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v7i2.3522

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The purpose of this article was to identify the Jepara chairs based on its style and period. Qualitative research such as doing interviews with the Jepara chairs observer, observation to some centres and workshops of Jepara chairs, literature study from various books consisting the style and process of Jepara chairs production were conducted. The identification of Jepara chairs started with Islamic and Hinduism influence in the 16th to the 17th century when the missionary and sailor from Portuguese entered Java until the style of Jepara chair in the 20th century. The alteration that mirrors the changes in socio-cultural aspect was being analysed as the style foundation that was used periodically in the making of the Jepara chairs. The categories a chair to have a Jepara style is a chair made by the craftsman in Jepara that, includes local factors both technically and material based that is combined with foreign culture, religion, and designs that brought at the time the chairs have been made. This research finds that chairs with Jepara style are a combination of the international world with a glimpse of local wisdom, with a touch of the maker?s personality that makes it unique and a bit different with its origin style. 
Strategic Implementation of Corporate Identity in A Design Company Sofiana, Yunida
Humaniora Vol 4, No 1 (2013): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v4i1.3426

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Implementation of Corporate Identity has been increase enormously over the past 20 years and predicting will be increase higher in the future. Design Company will be the one who will get the big impact from these changes. Business world believes that corporate identity as important aspect to consider if they want to succeed and competed in their business. An important part of this article is to learn about corporate identity from the literatures and then apply that knowledge and the experiences gained to discuss the strategic implementation of a corporate identity within Design Company. Many companies especially design companies try very hard and seriously to develop a corporate identity of their clients other than their own. As part of the review, the concept of corporate identity, corporate image, corporate communication, corporate structure, corporate culture and how design companies implement and designing a corporate identity for themselves will be examined.                                                                                                                       
Memahami Estetika dari Sudut Pandang Desain Interior Sofiana, Yunida
Humaniora Vol 6, No 3 (2015): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v6i3.3360

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The term aesthetic has always become part of design. Without aesthetic, design has just a functional object. Aesthetic in design, particularly in interior design, has been influenced by many factors, which are aesthetic value, aesthetic perception, and time frame. Aesthetic has subjective meaning related to time frame and objective meaning related to implementation of element and principles of design on aesthetic term. Aesthetic perception is how we judge and see the object using our own thinking and value. Time frame is where and when the aesthetic value happens. Interior design trend right now has been influenced by technology in many ways so the concept of modern design theme is always the best choice for designer. However, using modern theme as a design concept has to be implemented as a whole theme and related to aesthetical value so that the design will gain much appreciation from others. This paper used deductive method to explain the theory of aesthetic and the implementation of aesthetic value in interior design context. Design should speak louder than it looked. 
Pemahaman Critical Thinking, Design Thinking dan Problem Solving dalam Proses Desain Sofiana, Yunida
Humaniora Vol 5, No 2 (2014): Humaniora
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21512/humaniora.v5i2.3120

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The task of the designer is not limited to beautify the aesthetic appearance of a form, but more complex and down to the root of the problem. Based on observations made at the educational institution, all this time, the process of designing is carried out in the world of education, discusses the more common problems and it simply just to beautify a form. The purpose of this study is to revitalize the importance of the design process that is accompanied by a pattern of critical and creative thinking in finding solutions to design problems. So that the resulting design, and variations will have a better quality after going through deeper thinking. The research method is descriptive-qualitative research that are taken from various sources of books, internet and student assignments. The data are summarized and analyzed and made a conclusion.