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EMARA Indonesian Journal of Architecture
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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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Karakteristik Tipologi Permukiman Kampung Jawa di Dusun Wanasari Denpasar, Bali K. Rian Rahma Kusumawati; Widiastuti Widiastuti; Ni Ketut Agusintadewi
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 7 No. 2 (2022): December 2021 ~ February 2022
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29080/eija.v7i2.1116

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A slum settlement constitutes a residential environmental condition with a quality far below the occupancy worthiness standard. Slum neighborhoods are characterized by high building density, low environmental quality, poor infrastructure, and social problems that occur. One area in Denpasar City that belongs to slum settlement is Wanasari subvillage, Dauh Puri Kaja, North Denpasar. Kampung Jawa settlement area is divided into 9 RT (Neighborhood Associations). This area is not fully qualified for a slum, which can be divided into typologies of mild slum, moderate slum, and heavy slum levels. In general, each RT's physical conditions have various characteristics. This study was at least to analyze the characteristics of each typology group of slums. The research method used was mixed methods, in which the research stages were started by identifying the characteristics of the slum settlements in each RT area having been categorized according to the existing slum levels. The process of classifying these categories was carried out by observing and identifying slum settlements by looking at the physical aspects of the environment, the socio-economic conditions of the community, environmental facilities and infrastructure, and the environmental hazard conditions. The results of the study obtained indicate that the basic factors influencing the characteristics of Kampung Jawa settlement are the level of education, the type of occupation, the level of the economy, and the locations of the RT. The lower the factors that are owned, the lower the quality of the physical environment, infrastructure, and the level of hazard formed in the area of Kampung Jawa settlement. Keywords: slum settlement, characteristic identification, Kampung Jawa.
Kajian Fenomenologi Tektonika Rumah Batak Toba Widriyakara Setiadi; LMF Purwanto; Antonius Ardiyanto; Rudiyanto Soesilo; B.Tyas Susanti
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 7 No. 2 (2022): December 2021 ~ February 2022
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29080/eija.v7i2.1130

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Indonesia is a super cultural power country, rich in customs and culture line from Sabang to Merauke, from Nias to Rote Island. Cultural wealth breeds architectural diversity. The potential of original Indonesian architecture has begun to be left behind and eroded by foreign cultures. The postmodern era has raised Nusantara Architecture to the world stage. Researches on the wealth of Nusantara architecture begin to bloom like mushrooms in the rainy season. The phenomenon of the skills or expertise of the masters has made traditional houses an endless research material. The purpose of this research is to explore the treasures of the Indonesian nation's wealth, especially the craftsmanship skills of Indonesian ancestors. The phenomenon of tying, knitting, and stringing materials into architectural masterpieces is a uniqueness and uniqueness that other nations do not have. The method used in this study uses the phenomenological method. Where in the vernacular architectural phenomenology is divided into two branches; first: related to space, place, and atmosphere, second: related to tectonic or the art of construction more on the elements of craftsmanship. The results of this study reveal that simple and straightforward technology becomes effective when it comes to craftsmen who have special skills. The conclusions of this study indicate that the skill of the masons is more dominant than the tools used, on the other hand, currently tools are more dominant than the skills of the masons.
esain Rumah Untuk Kaum Marjinal di Kota Kendari Provinsi Sulawesi Tenggara Muhammad Zakaria Umar
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 7 No. 2 (2022): December 2021 ~ February 2022
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29080/eija.v7i2.1192

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In Kendari City, growing and developing public housing funded by the Bank. However, housing tends to be still difficult to reach by the lower classes of society. The lower classes of society such as herbalists, motorcycle taxi drivers, construction workers, scavengers, street vendors, and so on. In general, the lower class of society resides in rented houses. This research is important as follows: (a) to provide alternative prototypes of simple houses for the lower classes of society; (b) to make prototypes of low-cost homes; (c) to assist the government and private developers in providing alternative solutions to housing for the lower classes of society; (d) to grow and develop the principles of populist architecture in Kendari City. This research is intended to make a simple home prototype for the lower class society with the principles of populist architecture. This research uses research and development methods. Sources of data in this study consisted of primary data sources and secondary data. Data collection techniques are carried out by observation, interviews, and documentation. The data were analyzed by means of the data being reduced, the data presented, and the data being concluded. This research concludes that marginal houses are made with the principles of form follows economics. Economic principles are applied to building materials and building sizes.
TEKTONIKA LUMBUNG (LANDA’) RUMAH TRADISIONAL DURI DI KABUPATEN ENREKANG Zulkarnain AS; Ibrahim Rahmani Ahmad
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 7 No. 2 (2022): December 2021 ~ February 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29080/eija.v7i2.1197

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Landa 'is the name for the granary of the Duri Tribe, which is different from the barns in the archipelago and is full of architectural metaphysical values. Landa's existence in Enrekang District was founded in three villages, one of which is Kendenan Village, which is the location of the study because the most significant number of Landa is in this village. The community still holds the traditions inherited from their ancestors. This research aims to uncover and discover the characteristics of the structure and construction of the terrace'. The research method used a qualitative approach with descriptive analysis techniques. The research results reveal that vertically the Landa 'is divided into three main parts. the first leg/bottom (Bala Landa') uses the column frame structure system, and the construction uses the fulcrum and perforation system; the second part is the body/middle (Kale Landa). ) which uses a siamma structure and construction system, and the third part of the head/top (Dea Landa ') uses a beam frame and a construction system using a stack, notch, and perforation system. Knowledge and the design process of Landa 'are full of local wisdom values responsive to disasters.
Pengaruh Konfigurasi Ruang Kota Pada Pengembangan Sustainable Tourism Kecamatan Jabon, Sidoarjo Fairuz Mutia; Azkia Avenzoar; Fatimatuz Zahroh
EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture Vol. 7 No. 2 (2022): December 2021 ~ February 2022
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29080/eija.v7i2.1298

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Sidoarjo Spatial Planning's data indicates that Jabon area is planned to be a DEM tourist area and secondary mixed-used. Some tourism activities have started to exist but are only concentrated in the Tlocor area, while other areas in the area are still very minimal in facilities. Is it true then that the configuration of urban space in Jabon District can accommodate the city's development – which is now leading to tourism? This research is qualitative research with a phenomenological approach. The chosen space syntax analysis technique is used as a heuristic tool to discuss fundamental concepts. The study results indicate a relationship between the configuration of urban space and the concept of sustainable tourism development. Configuration can be seen in terms of accessibility and economic improvement that can be done by knowing the parts that can be mobility options and are connected to other urban spaces. Accessibility in the area can be developed by evaluating the existing road network so that connectivity can be better and human mobility to and from tourist areas is higher.

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