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Komang Ayu Sari Galih
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Sustainable, Planning and Culture (Space) : Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota
ISSN : 24610941     EISSN : 26567415     DOI : -
Core Subject : Engineering,
SPACE merupakan singkatan dari Sustainable, Planning and Culture. Menjadi nama Jurnal dari Prodi Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota Universitas Hindu Indonesia. Keberadaan Jurnal Space bertujuan sebagai media komunikasi ilmiah dalam ranah keilmuan, khususnya bidang perencanaan wilayah dan kota. Jurnal ini diharapkan menjadi wadah dialog untuk membangun konsep keberlanjutan dalam konsep perencanaan dan kebudayaan sehingga menjadi katalisator bagi munculnya pemikiran secara terpadu dan komprehensif dalam menyelesaikan masalah dan konflik berkaitan dengan penataan ruang yang ada. Jurnal SPACE terbit 2 kali dalam setahun, pada awal dan pertengahan tahun.
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TATANAN RUANG PERMUKIMAN SENTRA INDUSTRI GENTENG DI DESA PEJATEN TABANAN I Wayan Adi Suyasa; I Komang Gede Santhyasa; Wahyudi Arimbawa
Sustainable, Planning and Culture (SPACE) : Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Implikasi Ruang Budaya dan Ruang Budidaya
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32795/space.v1i2.586

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Traditional Balinese settlements are a place of whole and round life which consists of three elements, namely: elements of heaven three elements of krama village (citizens), and Coral village (region). From the research that has been done, there are 4 types of typology that occur in the traditional settlement of Pejaten Village community that is: (a). Tile business that still survive in the yard / house stay, (b). The business of tile development to the area tebe / nista mandala, (c). Tile business development to the tebe area on the right or left side of the yard / residence and (d) Tile business away from the yard / house and still in Pejaten Village.
PARTISIPASI MASYARAKAT DALAM MENDUKUNG DESA WISATA EKOLOGIS DI DESA NYAMBU, KECAMATAN KEDIRI, KABUPATEN TABANAN Putu Agus Suantara; Ida Bagus Made Parsa; Ni G.A. Diah Ambarwati Kardinal
Sustainable, Planning and Culture (SPACE) : Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Implikasi Ruang Budaya dan Ruang Budidaya
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32795/space.v1i2.585

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Nyambu Village is a Tourism Village that takes the ecological concept (Ecotourism), The beauty of natural scenery and culture makes Nyambu Village has the attraction to be visited by tourists. Nyambu village atmosphere with all its contents is the perfect big potential with the unification of nature and culture which is the strong character of Nyambu Village itself. This study describes how community participation in supporting Ecological Tourism Village in Nyambu Village, Kediri Sub-district, Tabanan District, and describes the form of community participation, the level of community participation in planning, implementation, utilization, evaluation, business opportunity and identifying factors influence public participation through age, sex, education and employment. This research is a qualitative research using deductive approach, with data collection methods obtained from field observation, interview and secondary data from related offices while interviews and questionnaires conducted by the method of puposive sampling. There are four forms of participation in Nyambu Village, among others, the participation of money, the participation of material or matter, the participation of personnel, the participation of the mind, and the level of participation in the planning, implementation, utilization, evaluation and business opportunities are very good. while the involvement or participation of Nyambu Village community on village tourism activities that took place in Nyambu Village Kediri District, Tabanan Regency seen from the factor of participation is the age factor of 17- 28 years old with high school education.
HUBUNGAN ANTARA AKTIVITAS PENGHUNI HUNIAN KUMUH DENGAN TINGKAT KEBERSIHAN LINGKUNGAN DI BANTARAN SUNGAI SIAK Asik Suhendra
Sustainable, Planning and Culture (SPACE) : Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Implikasi Ruang Budaya dan Ruang Budidaya
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32795/space.v1i2.584

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The economic development of Pekanbaru city very rapidly followed population increase that originated from Siak river region. There is an old mosque in this area that is masjid raya Pekanbaru which is history evidence of Raja Siak into the early growth of the Pekanbaru city. Till now Siak River is still importan role life of Pekanbaru community. This can be seen from the development of community activities along the Siak River area and the number of people living along the Siak River .Potential Siak River is fishingplace , clean water resources through PDAM Tirta Siak Pekanbaru , water attractions, with an average depth of 29 m and total length of 572 km and width of 75 - 100m Siak river is able to support the transport system of water with intensity high both for the freighter and passenger ships.Watershed area ( DAS ) has impacted by increase of population in Siak river , which serves for the cultivation and production forest , the area of smallholdings, residential areas , agricultural areas, and the agricultural area of wetlands is only a fraction of forestareas. This research approach is rationalistic qualitative method . Presentation of this research is descriptive , the results of the analysis showed some type of community activities of Siak riverbanks are divided into two (2) types of activity , waste bins and toilets ( MCK ) Siak river . Siak riverbanks impacted by this activities.
EVALUASI PASCA HUNI HUNTAP PAGERJURANG DITINJAU DARI ASPEK FUNGSIONAL Fitri Prawitasari
Sustainable, Planning and Culture (SPACE) : Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Implikasi Ruang Budaya dan Ruang Budidaya
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32795/space.v1i2.583

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Pagerjurang permanent shelter or abbreviated as huntap Pagerjurang is one of the permanent shelters that was built in 2012 and it built to fulfill residential needs for Merapi eruption 2010 victims. Huntap Pagerjurang located in Kepuharjo Village, Cangkringan District, Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta Special Province. Huntap Pagerjurang is a mass residences that have a typical building, type 36 and built on an area of 100 m² or on a measuring area 10x10 meters or 8x12.5 meters. Six years after the construction, which were from 2012 until 2018, the typical units will experience changes because of the residents needs or had been damaged. The process used by residents to making building unit comfortable and to fulfill they are needs will be different. The relationship between building unit and residents behavior causes an evaluation of the performance of building unit in terms of functional aspects. The evaluation process is referred to as Post-Occupational Evaluation (EPH). This study used a qualitative method with a grounded theory approach where data collection is explorative and the data collected tends to be text, object or image, not numbers. The results of the research indicate that the main factors that influence changes made by residents to their occupancy are: (1) the need for daily functions that have not been fulfilled in huntap units such as the kitchen; (2) The need for space functions that can accommodate joint activities both family and community that are usually carried out in their home based such as a spacious terrace and guest room area; (3) The need for space functions that can accommodate the addition of new family members due to the birth of children or married children; (4) The need for space for security functions such as a garage for storing valuable vehicles or equipment; (5) The need for wider, more spacious or sufficient space by developing horizontally and vertically with the addition of building structure construction; (6) The need for space that can be used to support the family economy such as a business room or shop.
STRATEGI PENGEMBANGAN DESA SEKITAR CANDI BOROBUDUR BERDASARKAN TIPOLOGI POTENSI KEPARIWISATAAN Akbar Preambudi
Sustainable, Planning and Culture (SPACE) : Jurnal Perencanaan Wilayah dan Kota Vol 1 No 2 (2019): Implikasi Ruang Budaya dan Ruang Budidaya
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32795/space.v1i2.582

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The villages around Borobudur Temple have many tourism potentials that feel drowned by all the attention devoted to Borobudur Temple. Management of Borobudur temple with excessive business systems resulted in prosperity or poverty problems experienced by the people in the villages around Borobudur. In relation with the determination of the development potential model for tourism, then this study adopts the dynamics of tourism development proposed by Miossec (Pearce 1989). Evolutionary model is based on four factors that may affect the development, namely; (1) resort; (2) transport; (3) tourist behavior; (4) attitudes of decision makers and population of receiving region. Factors that affect the “resort aspects” are the existence of recreation facilities and geographical location in the plains. Factors that affect the “transport aspects” are the existence of many modes of transportation and impassable by public transport routes. Factors that affect the “tourist behavior aspect” are the charter travelers type and leisure travelers type. Factors that affect the aspect of “attitudes of decision makers and population of receiving region” are the antagonism behavior of the public and the local officials that are less supportive of tourism.

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