Yandi Andri Yatmo
Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, University of Indonesia, Depok 16424, Indonesia

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APPLICATION OF VISIBILITY ANALYSIS AND VISUALISATION IN HOSPITAL WAYFINDING SIGN DESIGN Johanes, Mikhael; Yatmo, Yandi Andri
DIMENSI: Journal of Architecture and Built Environment Vol 45, No 1 (2018): JULY 2018
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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This study aims to show the application of visibility analysis in hospital outpatient areas to improve wayfinding performance. Visibility is regarded as an essential aspect in wayfinding sign design and affected by the spatial configuration of the environment where the signs are located. The complexity of hospital environment prevents the designers to predict its visibility properties and also creates difficulties in determining the requirement for the sign system such as the location, direction, and size of signs. Based on isovist, visibility graph and visual catchment area (VCA) concept introduced from the past studies, we developed analytical and visualisation tools to aid the wayfinding design processes. The results suggest that the use of visibility analysis in wayfinding sign design can provide valuable insight into the preliminary analysis before the design process, as well as enable design optimisation in the development stages.
PLASTIC CHAIR VERSATILITY AS AN APPROACH TO CONSTRUCT PASAR 1 BARU INFORMAL SPACE Prayitno, Roland Tejo; Yatmo, Yandi Andri; Atmodiwirjo, Paramita
DIMENSI: Journal of Architecture and Built Environment Vol 46, No 1 (2019): JULY 2019
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This paper investigates materiality as architecture manifestation in commercial informal space. The materialityapproach in this paper revolves around the Manuel De Landa idea of material’s properties and capacity, whichinteract to each other to create unlimited possibilities. This cycle of interaction is what Manuel DeLanda called as morphogenic power of its own. Understanding material system and existing context are two essential processin order to produce a responsive design in this random, unpredictable pattern of informal space, which in this paper, the context that will be specifically studied is Pasar Baru. In the further study, the material which will bestudied along with Pasar Baru context is the versatile usage of plastic chair. This paper will investigate materiality approach as a relevant method to create a contextual design, as this approach will be highly based oninteraction system between the physical material and the context. 
OCCUPANTS’ PERCEPTION OF ‘HEALTHY HOUSING’ IN HIGH-DENSITY URBAN HOUSING Paramita Atmodiwirjo; Yandi Andri Yatmo
MAKARA of Social Sciences and Humanities Series Vol 15, No 1 (2011): Juli
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The quality of housing constitutes the physical condition of housing as well as the perception and actions of the occupants. Assessment of housing quality tends to be based on the physical indicators of the housing environment with less attention to the occupants’ understanding of housing quality. This study explores the housing quality from the point of view of the occupants especially in relation to the concept of ‘healthy housing’. A structured interview was conducted with a number of occupants living in high-density urban housing in order to reveal their understanding of the ‘healthy housing’ concept. The study found the existence of a gap between the occupant’s perception of the healthy housing quality and the factual physical condition of their housing. The occupants tend to evaluate their housing as having good quality, despite the facts found from the observation that some physical requirements of ‘healthy housing’ have not been satisfied yet in most houses. This understanding of ‘healthy housing’ is primarily related to the aspect of cleanliness, while other aspects of healthiness do not seem to get enough attention. These findings become the basis of the discussion on the extent to which the perspective of the occupants should be incorporated in developing programmes for urban housing quality improvement. Keywords: health, housing, occupants, perception, quality
Pengelolaan Lingkungan dan Kondisi Masyarakat Pada Wilayah Hilir Sungai Emirhadi Suganda; Paramita Atmodiwirjo; Yandi Andri Yatmo
MAKARA of Social Sciences and Humanities Series Vol 13, No 2 (2009): Desember
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River by nature is a unity, but there is a tendency to separate river management based on administrative areas. River is also related to the community living in its surrounding area. This paper discusses watershed issues related to the management and community condition, especially within the framework of interrelationship between upstream and downstream areas. Department of Public Works as the institution was responsible for the national water resource management has proposed the idea of "one river oneplan one management." However, in reality this idea is not consistent with the regulations made by the government, especially in the context of regional autonomy. This paper also attempts to illustrate the condition of settlementand community condition in Bale Kambang and Kampung Pulo as downstream areas. The findings of this study suggest the needs for an integrated management for various watershed areas, with the understanding of community condition in those areas. The findings provide inputs for the practice of planning and management of urban areas with emphasis on the interrelationship between various areas of wathershed, as well as the physical environment of watershed and the community condition of the surrounding communities. keywords: community condition, environmental management, upstream and downstream, watershed areas
Examine Living Space on the Human Settlement Around the Market:The Problems of the City on the Macro and Micro Scale Emirhadi Suganda; Yandi Andri Yatmo; Paramita Atmodiwirjo
MAKARA of Social Sciences and Humanities Series Vol 13, No 1 (2009): Juli
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There have been some misfits between the practice of urban planning at a macro scale and the needs of the society at amicro scale. This paper intends to discuss this issue by illustrating a case of high density urban housing as a supportingsystem for the activities in a traditional market as urban public facilities. The case suggests a dialog between thephysical space determined by macro-scale planning and the everyday social life of the community living in the housingsurrounding the market. The housing plays an important role as a living space for the market workers and as a settingfor various activities that support the trading activities in the market. Unfortunately, there is a tendency that despite itsimportance, the quality of the housing is still far from sufficient as a space for living. The findings in this study suggestthat the practice of urban design, especially in the provision of public facilities, needs to integrate macro urban scalewith more micro everyday life of the communities. The practice of urban design needs to be sensitive to the diversity inurban environment and the interrelationships between urban elements. In this way, it would be possible to create urbanenvironment that caters for the needs of its inhabitants in a sustainable way, both at macro scale and micro scale. keywords: urban design, living space, traditional market, housing, interrelationship
NARRATIVE OVERLAPPING IN SPATIAL TRAJECTORIES: EXPLORING THE PRODUCTION OF SPACE WITHIN THE EVERYDAY Nugroho, Nurseto; Yatmo, Yandi Andri; Atmodiwirjo, Paramita
DIMENSI: Journal of Architecture and Built Environment Vol 46, No 1 (2019): JULY 2019
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach - Petra Christian University

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This paper discusses the production of space inside everyday using the narrative lens in architecture. The narrative in everyday is referred to as spatial trajectories. The study explores the spatial trajectories by analysing the story from a novel in order to identify the process of production of space within the everyday narrative. The inquiry results suggest that what is important in the production of space process is the bridge formed by the spatial trajectories. The more bridges that are present means, the more spatial trajectories are involved. It becomes important to consider the overlapping between spatial trajectories that occur in that space because it indicates various kinds of narratives involved.
Tracing the Progression of Inhabitation through Interior Surface in Semarang Old Town Warakanyaka, AA Ayu Suci; Yatmo, Yandi Andri
Interiority Vol 1 No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Department of Architecture Faculty of Engineering Universitas Indonesia

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The capacity of the interior to adapt and transform through time has made the interior space bears the consequences from its past occupancies. The trails of the past are imprinted within the layers of interior surfaces. This paper argues that by utilising the idea of Anthropocene, these surfaces could become the medium to trace the inhabitation processes that happen throughout the life of the building, whether it was in the past, in the present or to predict the future. In particular, this paper attempts to explore and speculate on the progression of inhabitations through the interior surfaces of the buildings in Semarang Old Town, Central Java, Indonesia. The investigations are presented through the stories of the facades, the paints and the tiles, to reveal how these interior layers narrate the idea of the deep time in which the past inhabitation is embedded. These layers of interior surfaces suggest the role of time and continuous transformation in affecting and producing the current interior spaces. An understanding of deep time, as reflected in the layers of interior surfaces, also suggests the agency of human inhabitation within the transformation of interior space and highlights the ability of interior space to manoeuvre in time.
Editorial: Interiority as Relations Atmodiwirjo, Paramita; Yatmo, Yandi Andri
Interiority Vol 1 No 2 (2018)
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Understanding the relations between human being and its environment is critical in our attempt to create an appropriate built environment. Interior as a discipline has a privilege to be in the intersection between subjective experience of human users and the physical manifestation of environment occupied by the human. Looking at interiority as a relational construct that occurs between the users and environment should be an essential basis for design practice. This issue of Interiority intends to explore various forms of relational construct that emerge in the interaction between space and the users and to identify possible challenges posed by such relations for spatial design practice.
Interiority in Everyday Space: A Dialogue between Materiality and Occupation Atmodiwirjo, Paramita; Yatmo, Yandi Andri
Interiority Vol 2 No 1 (2019)
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Everyday space is a setting where ordinary acts, activities and events take place. It is interesting to examine closely how interiority is defined, understood and manifested in everyday space as a way to understand the inhabitation of the interior. The interiority of everyday space is defined not only by occupation but also through materiality. This issue of Interiority presents articles that address the relationships between interior materiality and different perceptual constructs and experiences of architectural space as inherent in the occupation of the everyday space.
Interiority: At the Threshold Atmodiwirjo, Paramita; Yatmo, Yandi Andri
Interiority Vol 2 No 2 (2019)
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Being at the threshold offers an ambiguous spatial experience. The idea of threshold is relevant to the discourse of interiority, as it expands our understanding of the opposing condition of inside-outside, or interior-exterior, which have become the recurring themes in many discussions on interiority. This issue of Interiority attempts to address what actually occurs at the threshold – the occupation and the experience of the threshold. The contributors in this issue address the emergence of spatial ideas that define the new relationship between inside and outside, between interior and architecture.