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Journal of Synergy Landscape
Published by Universitas Trisakti
ISSN : -     EISSN : 28071077     DOI : https://doi.org/10.25105/tjsl
Journal of Synergy Landscape is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes scientific articles of research results, professional work of landscape architecture, review articles, research reports with a range of aspects: Landscape Architecture, Historical Architecture, planning/design, landscape management, ecology and conservation, horticulture, silviculture, urban and regional planning, urban design and rural, art and design, architecture and building, environmental issues, Architectural Science & Engineering, Heritage Architecture, Health Architecture, Architecture, and Tourism Planning, Environmental Architecture
Articles 22 Documents
GREEN PATTERN CONCEPT FOR ROOFTOP LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE STUDY PROGRAM, TRISAKTI UNIVERSITY JAKARTA, INDONESIA Reza Fauzi; Silia Yuslim
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 1: August 2021
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A garden is an outdoor relaxation area, set aside for the display of plants and other natural habitats solitary to human life. However, due to the reduced open space in urban areas, turning parks into gardens has become common. Therefore, a roof garden is an attractive option because it is private, and accessible to only certain people. Presently, the Study Program Landscape Architecture Universitas Trisakti, Jakarta, Indonesia, has a roof garden used to support certain subjects' practical activities.  However, the concept of a green pattern applied to the roof garden of this institution is not optimal. Therefore, this study aims to determine the design principles that have not been maximized in the roof garden of Study Program Landscape Architecture due to inaccuracy in the arrangement of the green pattern. This is descriptive research intended to describe and examine the characteristics, relationships, similarities, and differences of green patterns in the roof garden with other phenomena.
THE PERCEPTION STUDY IN KALI BESAR CORRIDOR LANDSCAPE, KOTA TUA JAKARTA Nanin Pramesti; Eko Adhy Setiawan; Quintarina Uniaty
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 1: August 2021
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Organizational activities are influenced by buildings that function as corporate facilities in the Kota Tua area along the Kali Besar corridor, both in the East and West. Apart from the potential for the surrounding buildings in the big river, the open corridor space has not been optimally utilized. Particular problems in the research location, both physical and non-physical, require revitalization. The purpose of this study is to determine the public perceptions of the functions of the activity spaces on the pedestrian path towards the Kali Besar corridor landscape. This investigation employs a qualitative and descriptive model, where the relevant data are obtained using questionnaires. The forms are distributed to various site users with distinct activities, official responsibilities, recreational and commercial interests. Subsequently, the resulting data are carefully analyzed and grouped, before representing the outcomes in tables and graphs. The results show that the user's perception of the Kali Besar corridor landscape is relatively valuable, as evidenced by the responses to the revitalization efforts from 96% of the total respondents. Furthermore, the majority of the visitors were known to support the site restructuring by considering users’ interests.
SUSTAINABLE URBAN PUBLIC PARK LANDSCAPE DESIGN CRITERIA BASED ON COMMUNITY PERCEPTION AND ASPIRATIONS Ida Bagus Rabindra; Titiek Poerwanti Debora; Ina Krisantia
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 1: August 2021
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This article interprets the perception and aspirations of the city community, as a cornerstone of drafting the design criteria of a community-based city park landscape, which is effective and sustainable. Flooding and drought problems in Jakarta and surrounding areas should be resolved in a comprehensive, integrated and sustainable manner. Referring to the Water Sensitive Urban Design (WSUD) which is an innovation in integrated water management, it is recommended to develop the function of detention and retention ponds as part of storm drainage system, replacing conventional system. Development of the city park landscape criteria as the synergies of the RTH function and the detention/retention ponds should be approached in a very careful, avoiding fatal malfunction and harsh rejection of the user community. The best approach should be done through tracing the needs, desires and expectations of the city community as the ‘end user' as well as 'super client' of the city park. Research on the perception and aspirations of the city community on the idea of the development of City Park with the role of retention/retention ponds has been conducted between February to May 2020 in Jabodetabek.
CONNECTING BY DIFFERENCES: CREATING SPATIAL CONTINUITY FROM DIFFERENT LEVELS OF MEDIATIONS Marina Bonnici; Eun Kim
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 1: August 2021
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The area is located in Città studi, on the edge of the dense complex of Politecnico di Milano and the large green space Giuriati Sports Field: two areas have no spatial continuity. The design intention is to establish a mutual relationship between campus and the urban context. By working on the concept of the threshold space as an opportunity for mediation, we were able to envision public and open spaces that interact with the city. The design of the new complex is based on a principle of balance between horizontality (public sphere) and verticality (private sphere), taking into consideration how, according to the principle of urban mixité, the relationship between public, social, working and private life will take on a new shape. The complex will therefore represent a transition between the urban setting and the rest of the campus. Its interior is based on the use of different threshold and mediation levels: these are configured as a gradual sequence starting from the more urban context of the work space, which is connected to the residence through the underground, to the exhibition and archive centre, which embodies the reciprocal relationship between city and campus, to the more private sphere of the residential complex, envisioned as a mix of domestic and work spaces that is reflected in each individual housing unit as well as the common areas. The dissertation was built upon a research on the formation of the threshold space, paying particular attention to the spatial continuity between indoors and outdoors.
GARDEN CULTURE: EFFORTS TO REALIZE A LIVABLE CITY Rully Besari Budiyanti
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 1: August 2021
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Park, as a form of physical culture, is a place for people to experience nature and engage in physical activities while having fun. Therefore, its design must be attractive, easily understood by visitors, and act as a magnet for outdoor activities. Parks play an essential role in facilitating the economy of a city, thereby making it livable. In such conditions, its meaning is in accordance with the setting system formed through a cultural process, which tends to take place continuously over a certain period. Parks produce a culture by interpreting the area located in the habitat to ensure the associated garden is a collection of plants, and various systems, thereby leading to social interaction, cultural manifestations, and nature. The process of interpreting the area as a form of culture can be measured through ideas, concepts, activities, and objects. The park's construction is often followed by the design of a mall equipped with a cooling room, thereby making it a place for social interaction. This study aims to assess Ayodya Park (Taman Ayodya), located in Kebayoran Baru, to determine whether Taman Ayodya has the ability to awaken a gardening culture. Data were collected using survey and observation methods and analyzed using the assessment methods. The results showed that Taman Ayodya had not fully evoked a park culture, rather it is only interpreted as a social interaction park that has provided maximum benefits socially, economically, and environmentally.
HOUSEHOLD GARDENING AS PREFERENCE ACTIVITIES TO SUPPORT COMMUNITY RESILIENCE DURING PANDEMIC COVID-19 Irina Mildawani; Arief Rahman
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 1: August 2021
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The COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 affected countries across the world and sudden disruptions to everyday life and impact well-being. The implementation of exceptional procedures of social distancing includes working places and schools’ closures urged people to stay at home to reduce the number of close physical interactions and decrease the spreading of pandemic. With the long hours of family members staying at home, people prefer to do some activities at home. Doing gardening is seen as one of the preferences of urban inhabitants. However, few studies have measured the preference of urban gardening, particularly during household gardening in Jabodetabek, Indonesia. This paper examines people preferences on household gardening during the pandemic of Covid-19, comparing it with their activities before and predict it with possibility after the pandemic. We explore how type of gardening varies between vegetable or ornamental plants, community or household garden type, and the persons involved during gardening. Using google form, 148 respondents in Jabodetabek were answering between July-Dec 2020. Our study examines the emotional well-being (EWB) using Qualitative Content Analysis (QCA), applying codes and categories. Gardening as one of the favorable activities considered to generate happy time with family and they would like to continue the activities after the pandemic. However, landscape architect was not yet chosen as the gardener when they need professional assistance.  This might rise a future research about the role of landscape architect in gardening movement in urban community gardening
INTERIOR AS EXTERIOR AND LANDSCAPE CONNECTOR Ika Yuni Purnama; Sri Fariyanti Pane
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 1: August 2021
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Interior is a space that is related to the outer and surrounding spaces. This space is also very close to the needs and complexities of human life. Now, the meaning and practice of interior design is not limited to fill or decoration within the physical boundaries that have been formed by architecture. This writing aims to change the general perception and view of interior science, namely as a science that bridges the inner space (interior) with the outer space (architecture and landscape) which also connects humans and their environment. This paper is the result of qualitative research using literature methods and case studies. The results of the discussion refer to several examples of interior and exterior processing (architecture and landscapes) that can be used in design practice with interior concepts as a liaison, namely by physically and conceptually manipulating space, the scope of interior design becomes a science that has a very important role to fulfill human needs. physically and psychologically.
Analysis of Tourism Potential for Development of Pulau Bidadari, Kepulauan Seribu, DKI Jakarta Ricky Poda Josua; Rully Besari Budiyanti; Silia Yuslim
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): February 2022
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Kepulauan Seribu is one of the 10 priority tourist destinations proposed by the Ministry of Tourism of the Republic of Indonesia. This destination can be developed into nature tourism with the concept of marine tourism, ecotourism, and adventure tourism. Bidadari Island is one of the Thousand Islands group which has natural tourism potential in the form of beautiful beaches and historical relics in the form of forts. This study uses qualitative research methods with research instruments in the form of observations to identify existing tourism potential based on 4 important components in tourism, namely attraction, accessibility, amenity, and ancilliary. Based on the identification results, a SWOT analysis was carried out with the aim of further directing the development of Bidadari Island. The results of this study are that the tourism potential on Bidadari Island has the potential to be developed as adventure tourism with several improvements and improvements related to its supporting facilities.
Revitalization of Letjend Suprapto Street Kota Lama Semarang Area as “Little Netherlands” Through Landscape Elements adita riska probowati; Hinijati Widjaja; Titiek P. Debora
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): February 2022
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Kota Lama Semarang is one of the cultural heritage sites that maintains its building facade as a characteristic. However, the arrangement of landscape elements in the street is not in accordance with the principles of cultural heritage. Especially on Letjend Suprapto Street, where the street became the center of activity also the main traffic in the Kota Lama Semarang area. The purpose of this study is to find out wich landscape elements were used in the past that can be applied to current conditions to restore the image of being “Little Netherlands”. The method used is qualitative descriptive method with data acquisition through interviews. The result is to find out what kind of landscape elements used in ancient times as recommendations in designing the street.
Analysis of Landscape Visual Aesthetic Potential in Ocean Dream Samudra Ancol Recreation Area, Jakarta with Visual Resources Assessment Procedure Method Nisrina Fakhira; Titien Suryanti Rostian; Rini Fitri
The Journal of Synergy Landscape Vol. 1 No. 2 (2022): February 2022
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Recreation area The Ocean Dream Samudra Ancol, one of the largest aquatic mammal educational recreation areas in Jakarta, is called the largest Oceanarium located in the Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, Jakarta. It has various potentials both from natural and artificial resources in its visual landscape. The landscape arrangement in the Ocean Dream Samudra Ancol recreation area has not been used optimally. This study aims to analyze the visual aesthetic aspects of the landscape to find out the visual aesthetic quality in the Ocean Dream Samudra Ancol recreation area and at activity points that are often visited by visitors. Based on this, it is necessary to analyze the visual aesthetic potential of the landscape in the Ocean Dream Samudra Ancol recreation area through the Visual Resource Assessment Procedure (VRAP) as a method of determining the visual aesthetic value of the landscape by using a variable assessment table at each potential activity point (View Point) with Macro visa assessment approach. The final result of this research study is a value at the point of the activity area that has attractive visual aesthetic potential or not. So that it can be known what values and elements exist that must be maintained, modified, preserved or rehabilitated in the area.

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