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EMARA Indonesian Journal of Architecture
ISSN : 24607878     EISSN : 24775975     DOI : -
MARA Indonesian Journal of Architecture merupakan jurnal yang diterbitkan oleh Program Studi Arsitektur, Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya dengan masa terbit 2 (dua) kali dalam satu tahun. Yang menjadi pokok bahasan EMARA Indonesian Journal of Architecture adalah kajian evaluasi, kajian teori/literatur, dan hasil pemikiran kritis yang meliputi: Desain Arsitektur, Desain Lingkungan dan Tata Kota, Arsitektur Lingkungan dan Prilaku, Permukiman Berkelanjutan, Struktur dan Konstruksi Bangunan serta Manajemen Proyek. Emara Indonesian Journal of Architecture is a journal published by Department of Architecture, State Islamic University of Sunan Ampel Surabaya with 2 (two) issue periods in a year. What become the subject of Emara Indonesian Journal of Architecture are the evaluation studies, literature studies, and the critical thinking papers that include: Architectural Design, Environmental Design and Urban Planning, Architecture Environment and Behavior, Settlement Planning, Structure and Building Construction and Project Management.
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Penataan Koridor Ambawang di Jalan Arteri Trans Kalimantan Nunik Hasriyanti; Andi Zulestari Z; Ismail Ruslan
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2017): EIJA | December 2017 `~ February 2018 Edition
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1331.217 KB) | DOI: 10.29080/emara.v3i2.145

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An interesting phenomenon in connection with the development of suburban settlements on the Trans Kalimantan Road corridor was the suburban settlements development. The development give a poor impression of an adequate city residential neighborhood or tend to decrease its carrying capacity, as well as forming an irregular settlements pattern. The study aimed to identified and analyzed the environmental settlements patterns in the Trans Kalimantan Road corridor and the spatial built-in changes in the provincial road corridor. This was a qualitative descriptive research with situational analysis on case studies through field observations including built-in space and infrastructures identification in the Ambawang corridor. The existing condition analysis was conducted through the aerial photographs and 2016 thematic maps interpretation to identified the spatial space spreads built-in along the Ambawang corridor. A study on Ambawang Corridor sustainability, proposed a development scheme that described through the Trans-Kalimantan Ambawang corridor arrangement, warehouses and shops revitalization - renovation as well increasing the green open space along the corridor.
Filosofi Sarapataanguna Pra dan Pasca Islam Sebagai Filosofi Rumah Tradisional Buton Kaum Walaka Muhammad Zakaria Umar
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2017): EIJA | December 2017 `~ February 2018 Edition
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (934.337 KB) | DOI: 10.29080/emara.v3i2.151

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Since the issuance of the "Ijtihad (command) Sultan" to the royal Sara (device), so that harmony and brotherhood (Sara Pataanguna) in Islam was manifested in the form of typical Buton house. The royal Sara's and wood carpentry experts in the kingdom based on "Ijtihad Sultan" together performed deliberations. Deliberation aimed to find a building form for the house which in accordance with the philosophy of Sara Pataanguna. The pre-Islamic Sara Pataanguna philosophy and the post-Islamic Sara Pataanguna philosophy were embodied in the concept of meaning and functional concepts in traditional Buton houses. Based on on the role-sharing functions the Butonesse traditional house divided into two types, houses of Kaomus / Walakas with public roles and houses of common Kaoumus / Walakas without public roles. This research was aimed to analyzed the philosophy and symbolic meaning on houses of the Kaomus / Walakas with public roles. The research used qualitative research with case study approach.The result concluded that the philosophy of Sara Pataanguna became the philosophy from Walakas Butonesse traditional houses, especially for the owners who holds public positions, because the Sara Pataanguuna principles was contained in the meaning and function of the houses symbols.
Prinsip Desain Geometri Arsitektur Tadao Ando Soraya Masthura Hassan
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2017): EIJA | December 2017 `~ February 2018 Edition
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

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Geometry has shown that the architecture was an expression of man and a basic principle that were always presented on an architectural work. The research was conducted through two steps with the first step was to identified the Tadao Ando’s geometry design principle through a content analysis approach. Based on the textual review, Tadao Ando's geometry design principle was tend to select the simple geometric forms as the embodiment of the building shapes. An user spatial experiences were created through inter space relationships and interactions with the surrounding environment through the geometry and shape processing and became the central to his architectural work creation. In other words, pure geometry concept was the instrument to presented all of those. The second step was to compared Tadao Ando's geometry design principles in the monistic architecture to the pluralistic architecture catagories using a precedent analysis approach. The comparisons toward the geometrical principles were more complex and quite varied geometric shapes in pluralistic architecture while simple geometric shapes can be found in the monistic architecture,as well as interlinked circular paths in pluralistic architecture which shaped by the ‘direction wall’ rather than a simple circulation path in the monistic architecture, and the wall-formed angle was a multiple of 15° in monistic architecture but varying angles in the pluralistic architecture.
Keberlanjutan Kampung Lama Berbasis Potensi Kearifan Lokal di Kota Semarang Annisa Mu'awanah Sukmawati
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2017): EIJA | December 2017 `~ February 2018 Edition
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

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The old kampung is an embryo of urban development which has historical and cultural values, as well as the identity. However, the old kampung is threatened physically and noThe old kampung was an embryo for urban development which has historical and cultural values, as well as the identity. However, the old kampung was threatened physically and non-physically due to urban development. The article aimed to showed the strategies to achieve kampung sustainability through the potential of local wisdom. A qualitative research method conducted with qualitative descriptive analysis technique by taking Kampung Bustaman, Semarang as the study location. The analysis showed that Kampung Bustaman has local wisdom in the form of economic activities that has been manifested in the community daily lifes and potentially became the major capital to achieve kampung sustainability. The strategies involved the stakeholder roles, such as local communities, government and other parties through the kampung events. The tourism was able to encouraged communities participation and strengthen the economic as well as the social life of local communities. Local communities participation and local organizations commitment to preserving local wisdom also play an important role for achieving the kampung sustainability.nphysically due to urban development. The article aims to show the strategy to achieve kampung sustainability through the potential of local wisdom. The study was conducted by using qualitative research method with qualitative descriptive analysis technique by taking the study area in Kampung Bustaman, Semarang City. The analysis shows that Kampung Bustaman has local wisdom in the form of economic activity that has been manifested in the daily life of the community and potentially as the capital to achieve kampung sustainability. The strategy to achieve kampung sustainability involves the role of stakeholders, such as local communities, government and other parties through the kampung events. The tourism is able to encourage the communities participation and strengthen the economic and social life of local community. Local community participation and local organizations' commitment to preserving local wisdom also play an important role in achieving kampung sustainability.
Studi Aksesibilitas Halte Bis Trans Menuju Lingkungan Inklusif Arina Hayati; Kirami Bararatin; Iwan Adi Indrawan; Nurfahmi Muchlis
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 3 No. 2 (2017): EIJA | December 2017 `~ February 2018 Edition
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

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The provision of an inclusive environment was one of Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) 11 targets that was also listed in the declaration document of the 2016 NUA (New Urban Agenda) Habitat III. This was no exception for the public buildings and transport facilities provision that should meet and accommodate the needs of all users including persons with disabilities, the elderly, children, and women. Currently, Indonesia has committed to ratify and implement the CRPD, including the enactment of several regulations and the provision of access environment in public buildings. However, such implementation has not been maximized and complies with standards based on inclusion design. This paper is part of a Research-Based-Community Service to observe and evaluate bus stop and the pedestrian way in Surabaya. Yet, the discussion only highlights the result of pre-eliminary study of accessibility condition at bus stop based user paricpation. Methods of observation and environmental simulation were used to obtain research data. The results show various problems caused by lack of user participation and understanding and information on the design of accessible environment. This led to many application designs on the environment not in accordance with existing regulations and the needs of users especially those with special needs.

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