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Architectural Research Journal
Published by Universitas Warmadewa
ISSN : 27970027     EISSN : 27770699     DOI : https://doi.org/10.22225/arj
Core Subject : Engineering,
ARJ: Architectural Research Journal is a scientific journal that publishes original articles based on the latest knowledge, research, and applied research as well as the latest scientific developments in Architecture, Interior layout, building technology, urban planning, outdoor planning, history and theory of architecture and multidisciplinary fields related to architecture, and open to all methodological approaches and theoretical uses. ARJ: Architectural Research Journal started its first issue from Volume 1 Number 1 May 2021. Within this scope, ARJ: Architectural Research Journal welcomes three types of submissions: 1. Original research papers that combine rigor and relevance to advance the state-of-the-art and state-of-practice in the field 2. Significant theoretical contributions that consolidate or advance the state-of-the-art in the field 3. Significant practical contributions that convey novel and breakthrough ideas to advance the state-of-practice in the field
Articles 35 Documents
Archi-text-ture: Architecting Through Writing Johannes Adiyanto
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (792.687 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/arj.1.1.3296.1-7

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Architecture is often understood as a real and tangible science, in the form of space and form. This understanding is associated with the origin of the word ‘techne’ which refers to the engineering in the construction process of a building, an architectural work. Writing on new architecture developed around 1968, at a time when architectural criticism by Louis Huxtable became known although the form of writing, identification both in pictures and description, had been done since the time of the Roman Empire by Vitruvius and later interpreted by Leon Battista in the Renaissance. This paper describes descriptively several examples and categories of writing about architecture, especially in Indonesia. The study uses an exploratory study approach with reference to the theory of architectural criticism from Attoe’s understanding. The descriptive exploration of this paper shows there are at least four categories of architectural writing in Indonesia, from those aimed at creating architectural narratives to making architectural texts which are then called archi-text-ture in the paper. The paper is not a final paper, because it is the start of a long textual journey, so it is made as an archi-text-ture construction process and to open up opportunities for further interpretation and development
Spatial Pattern of Tourism Destination Areas on Bintan Island, Riau Nurul Nadjmi
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1024.542 KB) | DOI: 10.22225/arj.1.1.3297.22-25

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One of the islands in the Riau Islands is Bintan, which is an island that has the capital of the Riau Islands Province, namely Tanjung Pinang. Bintan Island has a strategic location and abundant tourism objects, and one of the uniqueness of the tourism destination area on Bintan Island is the existence of a private or closed tourism destination area that allows tourists to enjoy their vacation without any outside interference or local residents' activities. The purpose of this study is to find out and analyze in depth about the spatial patterns of tourism destination areas in Bintan Island, Riau Islands. The scope of research in this discussion is focused on the spatial pattern of tourism destination areas located on Bintan Island, especially on private tourism areas. The research method used in this research is descriptive qualitative research. This research is conditioned as qualitative research through a case study strategy. The system approach used is also a descriptive analytic approach. Make direct observations, collect data and then relate it to the study of the theories used. Based on the results of a survey I conducted on Bintan Island, Riau, the distribution of tourist destination areas on Bintan Island is almost evenly distributed in every district in Bintan Island, there is a pattern of distribution related to tourism activities that is influenced by the attraction held by each destination area on the island.
The Third Typology: The Development of Catuspatha of Denpasar City Km. Deddy Endra Prasandya; Made Wina Satria
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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In Bali, crossroad or pempatan agung is not only seen as a channel of movement. Crossroad or better known as catuspatha in Balinese architecture has sacred meaning and values. In the days of the kingdoms, associated with its status as the center of the royal capital, catuspatha was functioned as the natah of the city. It was the center of citizen activities. Along with the development of times, technology, and the influence of economic, social and cultural factors, the catuspatha was increasingly experiencing development and changes. This study seeks to identify the development and changes of the catuspatha of Denpasar City based on the theory of The Third Typology by Anthony Vidler. The research method used is typical normative criticism which has the belief that buildings and urban areas are always built through a model based on the types of structural, functional, and shape. The results show that The Third Typology also applies to the catuspatha of Denpasar City, where its development and changes can be seen from three typologies, including the first typology which emphasizes natural philosophy, the second typology which is more modernist ideology, and the third typology neo rationalist which emphasizes on continuity of form and history.
Analysis of Proposed Adaptation of Fostered Environment and Evaluation of Built Environment in Bali in Facing Covid-19 I Nyoman Gede Maha Putra
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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At the time this paper started being written, the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic had been taking place for more than a year. To date, it has caused fear in society because the number of deaths it causes is nearly 3 million people, the effectiveness of the vaccines being developed is uncertain and there is no convincing drug available. As a result, the virus having hit almost all countries and regions around the world has affected the way humans behave and will have an impact on the architectural design and urban spaces in which humans live. This paper explores the possible criteria for architectural design and urban design in response to a pandemic, particularly in Bali. Plural society serves as the characteristic of the island whose inhabitants have traditional activities mixed with modern trends. The mixed society has a rich tradition of communal living with social activities involving large masses of people. To produce post pandemic design criteria, this study critically reviewed recent publications including peer-reviewed articles, journals, and expert’s blog posts. In the next stage, the results of the review were used to evaluate activity patterns and fostered environment at several locations in Bali. The locations observed included traditional houses in Ubud, urban houses in Denpasar, offices, and traditional markets. Secondary data were organised into several themes. Meanwhile, field observations were focused on the possibility of implementing Health protocols in different places as well as community compliance in complying with them. This study found that during the period of limiting community activities due to the pandemic, health, safety and environmental hygiene had received the attention of all groups. The study also revealed that the built environment tried to make many adjustments. Nevertheless, the effectiveness of these adjustments is questionable. For this reason, further research that will produce new built spaces needs to be carried out. It will result in the need for more detailed design criteria as a mechanism to prevent the spread of the virus.
Fitness Center Design with Natural Shapes and Forms Approach in Surabaya Pande Putu Dwi Novigga Artha
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 1 No. 1 (2021): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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Density of Surabaya city affects the physical and psychological health of the people. Productive activities accompanied by a dense environment mean that people rarely have time to exercise. To increase the awareness and interest of the people of the city of Surabaya to exercise, it is necessary to have a sports facility with a special approach. Biophilic theory, especially the natural shapes and form approach, can be a solution to these problems. The return of nature's essence into the building can provide positive benefits for human physical and physical health. Previous research has discussed the determination of fitness center design criteria with the natural shapes and forms approach in Surabaya. In this follow-up journal, we will discuss the final result or application of the design criteria into an architectural work. The design method used is the force based framework method. The force in the design of this building in addition to the surrounding natural environment is the natural perception of the community which is transformed into architectural forms. It aims to increase interest in training and restoring the user's physical and psychological health without having to go far out of town to look for nature.
Typology of Balinese Traditional Ornaments in Resort Hotel Buildings in Sawangan, Kuta Selatan, Bali Putu Gede Wahyu Satya Nugraha; Made Suryanatha Prabawa
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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Referring to the Bali Provincial Regulation Number 5 of 2005 which states that building facades must pay attention to aesthetic principles and characteristics of traditional Balinese architecture. This study aims to analyze the implementation and typology of traditional Balinese ornaments on the building of a resort hotel in Sawangan, Kuta Selatan. The use of ornaments at resorts building in Sawangan is inspired and takes forms from traditional Balinese ornaments. Therefore, it is necessary to study the characteristics of building ornaments through a typological approach and the results are useful in implementing regulations and preserving Balinese cultural values ​​in essential forms, especially in resort hotel architectural design. The method used in this study is a qualitative rationalistic approach to the concept and form of ornaments associated with traditional Balinese ornaments. The results of this study indicate a typology based on the concept of ornament forms and elements that are related or take ideas from traditional Balinese ornaments.
Study of Behavioral Architecture Application at Bin Baz Putra Islamic Boarding School Bantul Septian Fadillah Rahman; Sri Suryani Yuprapti Winasih
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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The moral decline of the nation's children is the most important issue today, and one of the solutions to solve it is through character education according to Islamic teachings in Islamic boarding schools. The Bin Baz Putra Islamic Boarding School is one of the Islamic boarding schools located in Piyungan, Bantul, Yogyakarta Special Region. As an educational institution, Islamic boarding school should apply a behavioral architectural approach as the basis for designing Islamic boarding school. So the purpose of this study is to examine the application of behavioral architecture in Bin Baz Putra Islamic Boarding School which is carried out using descriptive qualitative research methods from literature sources related to Islamic religious education in Islamic boarding schools and behavioral architecture, as well as a source of observations to collect informative data from boarding school object. The focus of the research is focused on the qualitative assessment of the area and facilities of the Bin Baz Putra Islamic Boarding School against several principles of behavioral architecture according to Carol Simon Weisten and Thomas G. David who then concluded that the Bin Baz Putra Islamic Boarding School in Bantul is still lacking in the application of behavioral architecture aspects, especially in physical comfort. students where bedrooms and student classrooms are not large enough to accommodate the number of students total 40 people.
Representation and Meaning of Space According to Metaphysical Architecture Iis Septianingrum; Eny Irmawati; Fairuz Mutia
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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A space in architecture always has a different representation and meaning, according to what the architect who designed the space of an architecture wanted to convey. Along with the development of the world, architecture has also undergone several changes. These changes require the Architect to follow the demands of the market without considering other elements in the architecture, one of which is the element of metaphysics. Which is one of the important elements in architecture. As stated by Lorens Bagus 1996, "Contemplation in metaphysics is the appreciation of thoughts for thoughts that bring happiness, which is obtained through the actualization of the individual's highest ability, namely reason". And in its changes, architecture begins to lose the representation and meaning of a space that is formed from the architectural process. This limits the space for the architects to represent the meaning of their work. In fact, as we know that the representation and meaning of space is the way the architect communicates with its users indirectly and can restore the architect's image as an expression of himself. In the process of making this journal, we used data collection methods from various sources.
Saminism As a Defense of Simple Architecture Samin Tribe in the Midst of Disruption Era Estu Ajeng Wulaningtyas; Melindah Theresya
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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The Samin tribe is one of the Indonesian tribe who occupies the border area between East Java and Central Java, exactly at Blora and Bojonegoro District. The Samin tribe has a tenet named Saminism, a thought about the discipline of simplicity. The simplicity can be found in their pure life and not infatuate on the development of the outside world. Moreover, it’s also applied to the form of Samin tribe’s house which has simple ornaments or even there are no ornaments that decorate their house. Even when most people has moved forward with this technological sophistication, Saminism still attached to its adherents. Then, is this simplicity has defended the look of Samin tribe’s culture? This research is a descriptive – qualitative research that was began with data collection, then continued by data processing or analysis, and deduced the results of the data. The result from this research is how Samin tribal society survived in the middle of disruption era by attaching to the thoughts of Saminism which is still could be found today.
Spatial Plan of Wisma Athletes as A Defense in The Era of The Covid-19 Pandemic Diva Miftachul Rahma; Firauz Ihsan F
Architectural Research Journal Vol. 1 No. 2 (2021): ARJ: Architectural Research Journal
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In this era of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are many things that need to be watched out for and also need to be prepared. The role of the government as one of the leaders of a country needs to have a plan to overcome these problems. One of the efforts made by the government is to create a Covid-19 emergency hospital by converting the Kemayoran and Pademangan Wisma Athletes. The selection of this athlete's home is considered to be able to accommodate patients affected by COVID-19. But not only that, every room in this emergency hospital is a shield for every patient. Each room in the athlete's house has its own role and function, not least as a means of defense for every patient, to support this, the use of descriptive and narrative analysis is to explain how the architectural layout in the athlete's house and also use narrative analysis techniques to focus on an idea that can be developed into a related part. From the results of this analysis, it is also expected to get results to provide new knowledge, about how patients in the athlete's house become a means of defense for themselves.

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