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International Journal on Livable Space
Published by Universitas Trisakti
ISSN : 25807552     EISSN : 25407515     DOI : -
Core Subject : Education,
International Journal on Livable Space is focused on the three main aspects of livable space: community life, environment and technology. It is interested at inhabitation process, spatial structures (of houses, housings, neighborhoods, settlements, cities/urban, and territories), with its essential factors (social, cultural, economic, politics, and ideology), including reviews of phenomena in the context of philosophy. It is also interested at spatial context in relation to the aspects of safety, climatic change, social-cultural connectivity, quality of architecture, public facilities, spatial tolerance, environmental issues, ecological access, and the concepts and praxis of community based development.
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BALINESE PLANNING PHILOSOPHY: IMPLEMENTATION IN DENPASAR CITY PLAN K.A.P. Wijaya; Hanny Wahidin Wiranegara
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 5 No. 1 (2020): QUALITY OF PLACE AND SPACE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25105/livas.v5i1.6352

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ABSTRACT Tri Hita Karana, Tri Mandala, and Sanga Mandala are the Balinese spatial planning philosophies. Core values in Tri Hita Karana are balanced and harmony among parahyangan, palemahan, and pawongan. Denpasar city plan was stated formally based on Tri Hita Karana. Application of this concept was revealed into Tri Mandala and Sanga Mandala which producing nine zones. If these philosophy implemented fully then the land allotment in the spatial plan follow the rules and there is no problem of disharmony between the elements of Tri Hita Karana. The purpose of this study is to identify deviations in the application of traditional Balinese spatial concepts in the Denpasar city plan and proposed prevention of the emergence of problems in its implementation. To find deviations between the Tri Hita Karana concept and the city spatial plan, an overlapping analysis was conducted between the Sanga Mandala zoning and the Denpasar city spatial plan. The results show that there have been deviations in various zones. To prevent the emergence of problems due to deviations, implementation needs to be supported by zoning regulations and other supporting regulations. Keywords: tri hita karana, city spatial plan
THE ACOUSTIC QUALITY OF SEKOLAH ALAM CLASSROOM (CASE: SEKOLAH ALAM IN BANDUNG) widyarko widyarko
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 5 No. 1 (2020): QUALITY OF PLACE AND SPACE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25105/livas.v5i1.5970

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ABSTRACT Sekolah Alam (The Nature School) is a new concept of school in Indonesia that divide its learning process, both indoor and outdoor. As it needs more outdoor space for learning activity, this type of school has larger yards yet smaller classroom compared to conventional school. As it is still new, no previous study has been done to understand the relation between space dimensions, building material, and surroundings to this school classroom acoustic quality. Therefore, this journal studied acoustic quality by calculating Reverberation Time (RT60) and measuring Background noise value of one typical class of Sekolah Alam in Bandung. Reverberation Time (RT60) was calculated using space dimensions and materials that exist within the studied classroom, while the background noise value was measured using Data Logging Sound Level Meter (SLM). The results indicate that the studied class has an ideal acoustic quality for learning activity. The main factors that affected these results are the classroom has a small size in volume and surrounded by lush trees which work as noise controls. Keywords: Reverberation Time; Background Noise; Sekolah Alam; Nature School; Classroom; Elementary School
COGNITIVE RESPONSE ON FAVORITE PLACE CASE STUDY OF INDONESIAN YOUNG ADULTS Finta Lissimia
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 5 No. 1 (2020): QUALITY OF PLACE AND SPACE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25105/livas.v5i1.6147

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ABSTRACT Environmental behavior studies discuss the relationship between environment and the behavior of its users, namely humans. The human response to the physical character of the environment is divided into invisible and visible aspects. Cognitive aspects are invisible response that rarely got attention. Meanwhile, place preference study may result in desirable physical setting. The embodiment of place preferences is a favorite place. Favorite place is a place with higher preference for each person. This article will discuss cognitive responses on favorite place so the result can complement the knowledge about response-based design. Finding cognitive response on favorite place can be achieved using quantitative methods. The data then analyzed using distribution, analysis of variance (ANOVA) and factor analysis. The respondents are Indonesian young adults aged 18-40 years old. The most favorite place of this age group are culinary place, urban commercial, and marine tourism objects. Meanwhile cognitive response that arise on favorite place are hospitality and togetherness. There are five latent variables of cognitive that is environmental experience, social affordance, ecological quality, personal interests, and urban quality Keywords: cognitive response; environmental behavior; favorite place
PLACEMAKING IN TANAH ABANG: BETWEEN DIMENSIONS AND INTENSITY OF PEDESTRIAN WAYS Kariza Ayu Gayatri Sukasta; maria Immaculata Ririk winandari
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 5 No. 1 (2020): QUALITY OF PLACE AND SPACE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25105/livas.v5i1.6364

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ABSTRACT Placemaking in pedestrian ways of a commercial area has its own characteristics, especially between central mode of transportation and shopping center. The area between Tanah Abang Station and “Blok A” Tanah Abang Market is bustling with variety of activities, especially temporary commercial activities by street vendors and hawkers as a form of placemaking. This paper explores the relationship between road dimensions and pedestrian intensity of placemaking that occurs along the pedestrian ways between the station and Blok A of The Market. The research method used is mixed method of quantitative data processing and qualitative analysis. Variables used include the dimensions of the pedestrian ways and pedestrian intensity on the path. Pedestrian ways’ dimensions cover the width and length of the pathway. Pedestrian intensity is measured by the amount, speed, and space of the pedestrian. Case studies include pedestrian ways on four streets, namely the Streets of Jatibaru Raya, Kebon Jati, Jatibaru 2, and Jatibaru 10. The results of the study show that all four streets have similar placemaking although they differ in dimensions and intensity. This shows the relationship between the dimensions of the road with the intensity of the road and it does affect the formation of place/placemaking. The narrower the width of the road and the shorter the length of the road, the higher the intensity of pedestrians, which is an indicator of the formation of placemaking in the pedestrian ways of Tanah Abang. Keywords: pedestrian way dimensions, pedestrian intensity, placemaking
AIR POLLUTION PREDICTION MODELS DUE TO TRAFFIC VOLUME AND GREEN OPEN SPACE AVAILABILITY Bambang Endro Yuwono; Mayang Sari
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 5 No. 1 (2020): QUALITY OF PLACE AND SPACE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25105/livas.v5i1.6497

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ABSTRACT As the population grows, the development of the city increases, as a result the movement of transportation also increases. The development of the city can also affect a decrease in green open space. Increased vehicle traffic affects the increase in air pollution. Hence, there is very little research that mathematically connects the influence of traffic volume (passenger car units) and green open space with the level of air pollution. Green open space and the level of air pollution are directly measured on the field. Subsequently, the measurement is calculated by using the regression analysis to obtain a model of the relationship between green open space and traffic volume with the level of air pollution. The research was directly conducted at 3 locations, 2 locations in Jakarta (Semanggi and Tanah Kusir) and 1 location in South Tangerang. This model can be applied to predict that air pollution will occur as a result of traffic volume and the availability of green open space. Keyword: Air pollution, prediction, green open space, traffic volume
THE URBAN PLANNING CONCEPT BASED ON SMART CITY APPROACH Muhammad Bakri; Anita Ahmad Kasim
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 3 No. 2 (2018): Resilient Built Environment
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25105/livas.v3i2.3014

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Smart City comes as a strategy to reduce the problem due to rapid urban growth and urbanization. The concept of Smart City is needed to ensure the conditions of a habitable City in the context of rapidly growing urban population growth. The urgency of this challenge prompted many cities to begin to find smarter ways of managing urban areas. One way to make the concept of the smart city is to make the city an icon that is sustainable and livable. This study aims to provide the necessary information in building and developing a city through the smart city approach. This paper clarifies the meaning of the word "smart" in the city context through an approach based on an in-depth literature review of the relevant study. This study will identify the main factors and characteristics that characterize smart cities. The method used to obtain various factors and the characteristics of the Smart City in the arrangement of a region is done by studying various kinds of the literature of various concepts and components in the Smart City. The results obtained in this study there is a concept of Smart City in urban planning by mapping various factors and characteristics in the Smart City. Keywords: Smart City, Urban planning, smart city characteristic
UNDERSTANDING GURUSINA SA’O IN FLORES, NUSA TENGGARA TIMUR, INDONESIA: HEAT CONDUCTIVITY OF BUILDING ENVELOPE MATERIAL AND THERMAL COMFORT Khotijah Lahji; Agustin Rebecca Lakawa; Bambang Susetyarto; Rita Walaretina
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 3 No. 2 (2018): Resilient Built Environment
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AbstractSa'o (traditional house) in Gurusina, Flores is a house that was designed based on the local wisdom of Ngadha tribe that is directly or indirectly constructed by considering thermal factors i.e., temperature and humidity, wind speed, and heat gain. The purpose of this paper is to examine the relationship between heat conductivity features of building envelope material towards the aspects of thermal comfort. Data gathered and analyzed through field measurements supported by structural physical figures. The research results show that first, when the study was conducted, the temperature in Gurusina exceeded the lower and upper limit of the average temperature that was considered comfort hot for Indonesians. This affects the high heat transmission through wall material so that the inside temperature is considered uncomfortable. Second, the use of half wall (exceeding 20% of the floor area) and the existence of open space around the building that has the potential to flow the wind with a speed of more than 2m/sc, can reduce the indoor heat temperature due to solar heat transmission from wall and roof materials. Key words: thermal comfort; building envelope; traditional house     
REVEALING TRANCENDENTAL MEANING BEHIND THE OMAH DUDUR ARCHITECTURAL IN URUT SEWU, GRABAG, PURWOREJO, CENTRAL JAVA, INDONESIA Satrio HB Wibowo; Sudaryono Sudaryono; E. Pradipto
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 2 No. 1 (2017): TRADITION, CONTEXT and CLIMATE
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25105/livas.v2i1.4407

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Omah dudur was discovered as a typical house in Urut Sewu, Purworejo-Kebumen, Central Java, Indonesia.  By this research, it was found that  Omah Dudur is considered as a manifestation of universe of human, god and nature as well as a pusaka (heirlooms).  It is believed that interrelation among the three universes will influence to the successes and failures of occupants life. As a pusaka (heirlooms) which has the power and strength of wahyu, the omah dudur spiritually should be offered by certain ritual in the regular sacred time. Methodologically, this research implies Husserl’s paradigm phenomenology (1965) with the naturalistic framework of Egon G Lincoln and Guba (1985). Result of the study should be contributed to the knowledge of local concepts of typology of traditional and vernacular Javanese architecture. Keywords: omah dudur, wahyu, contextual transcendent, pusaka.
BANTEN LAMA LANDMARK BASED ON VISITORS PERCEPTION Sangiru Kasmo Suweko; Maria Immaculata Ririk winandari; Etty Retnowati Kridarso
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 3 No. 2 (2018): Resilient Built Environment
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25105/livas.v3i2.3168

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Old Banten Region is an area that is famous for trading at its time. Currently, related to the past glory this place turn into a religious tourist destination .There are still many relics of ancient buildings which show the image of the past glory as well as the element of the city image in Old Banten Region . This study has aim to explore the image of the city of Banten Lama based on visitors' visual perception. The research method uses visual perception method with a rating rating of 14 Landmarks (tetenger) selected based on case selection. Respondents consisted of 40 visitors. The results showed that the image of Banten Lama area based on visual perception of visitors was built based on the image of Banten Lama Great Mosque at 39.63%, Avalokitesvara Vihara 16.16% and Surosowan palace 9.76%. 
A REVIEW OF MATERIAL COVER FEATURES FOR MITIGATING URBAN HEAT ISLAND Sri Novianthi Pratiwi
International Journal on Livable Space Vol. 3 No. 2 (2018): Resilient Built Environment
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25105/livas.v3i2.3196

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AbstractUrban Heat Island (UHI) is related to the increase of urban compared to rural temperature as the result of global phenomenon. The increase of temperature is predicted to be intensified along with the extend of urban activity in the near future. Therefore, the discussion on UHI becomes significance. This paper discusses the result of literature studies on thermal characteristics of materials that potentially used to reduce Urban Heat Island, especially in utilizing pavement and roof cover.  The result of the study concludes that the reduction of UHI is determined by: 1) the high-level albedo (the ratio between the reflected heat and the absorbed heat) of material that is influenced by the color and texture of its surface; 2) The high level thermal emittance of material; 3) The lower capacity of material to store the heat. 4) The capability thermal conductivity of material surface. Recommended pavements to reduce UHI are cool pavement, reflective pavement, porous pavers, permeable pavers, pervious pavement, water retaining pavement. Roof cover materials that reduce Urban Heat Island are Cool Roof and Green Roof. The design and toughness of materials should be considered to reduce UHI. Keywords: Urban Heat Island, material feature, thermal performance.