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Penerapan Konsep Bangunan Ramah Lingkungan melalui Konstruksi Green Panel sebagai alternatif Peningkatan Kenyamanan dalam Ruang Utami, Fitriyah Nurul Hidayati; Kaswanto, Kaswanto; Hadi, Akhmad Arifin
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 13, No 3 (2008): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Keyword: green panel, micro climate, room amenity, scenic beauty estimation (SBE), temperature humidity index (THI)
Rencana Penataan Lanskap Gunung Kapur Cibadak untuk Ekowisata di Kecamatan Ciampea Kabupaten Bogor D, Afra; Makalew, N; Damayanti, Vera Dian; Hadi, Akhmad Arifin
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 13, No 3 (2008): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
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Ecotourism ia an nature-based tourism that is ecologically sustainable and is based on relatively undisturb natural areas, is non-damaging and non degrading, contibues direcly to the continued protection and manajement of protected areas, and is subject to an adequate and appropriate management regime.keyword: calcareous-sediment, ecotourism, planningEkowisata adalah wisata yang berbasis alam yang berkelanjutan secara ekologis dan relatif tidak mengganggu daerah alami, tidak merusak dan tidak mendegradasikan, kontribusi terhadap manajemen dan proteksi area secara berkelanjutan dan mampu patuh terhadap manajemen rezim yang tepat.Kata kunci: ekowisata, sedimen Calcareous, perencanaan
COMMUNICATING AND EVALUATING LANDSCAPE DESIGN CONCEPTS ONLINE WITH A VIRTUAL REALITY LANDSCAPE MODEL Hadi, Akhmad Arifin; Kretzler, Einar; Kretzschmar, Barty Warren
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol 4, No 1 (2012): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia (JLI)
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The communication between designers and users is needed in order to maintain a high level of engagement among the public participants, especially incase study which is considering the environment. The objective of this research is to investigate if visualization by using Virtual Reality (VR)model is suitable media to communicate landscape design idea from designer to public (users) in case study Situ Leutik Lake. It is answer the question if VRmodel combined with online questionnaire can be a method to gather public participation in landscape design process for case study which is related with public and environments.The research is started by creating three designalternatives of Situ Leutik Lake in VR model by using Quest 3D. The next step is obtaining public feedback about VR model and selecting the most preferred landscape design alternative. Respondents are asked to investigate three design alternatives by doing walkthrough and bird view in the VR model. After operating VR model, users are asked to fulfill the online questionnaire. In online questionnaire, respondents are asked if they understand about the idea of each design alternatives. Respondents are also asked to select the most preferred design alternative and give suggestions about final design.The results show that respondents understand about ideas of each landscape design alternatives and agree that VR model can be media to communicate landscape design idea. The next result is that landscape design alternative number 3 is the most preferred landscape design chosen by respondents. The feedback from respondents about proposed site is supported the statement of Sheppard et al (2008) that visioning by using VR model can affect awareness, emotion and motivation of community to their environment. For site case which involving publics and considering sustainability of environment, the use of VR model is very useful for giving a good understanding to stakeholders about ideas of landscape designer.
DESIGN OF PLANTATION AREA OF PT PERTAMINA UBEP BLOCK LIMAU, SOUTH SUMATERA Hadi, Akhmad Arifin; Candra Syah, Candra Syah
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol 4, No 2 (2012): JURNAL LANSKAP INDONESIA
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ABSTRACTPT Pertamina UBEP Block Limau is an exploration state company located in Prabu-mulih city, South Sumatera Province. According to legal regulation, it is stated that PT Pertamina UBEP Limau has responsibility conserving biodiversity in exploration territory. The responsibility of its oil company showed by planting trees in open spaces inside the explorations areas. The trees planted are indigenous trees of Sumatera such as Meranti (Shorea sumatrana), Jelutung (Dyera lowii), Tembesu (Fragraea fragrans), Perupuk (Lopothepalum javanicum), Gaharu (Aquilaria malaccensis) and Pulai (Al-stonia scholaris). Those trees are used to be common plantation trees in South Su-matera but recently their number is become decreased as an impact of monoculture plantation. The only ex-situ trees planted are Jati Solomon (Tectona grandis Linn) as one of requirement from PT Pertamina UBEP Limau. The method for obtaining and processing data is descriptive method by site surveying. The base map was obtained from PT Pertamina UBEP Limau and it was updated with actual hidden under-ground utilities. According to the limitation of open spaces, the planting distance selected was 3x3 m square and the trees were arranged on non-utility open spaces inside exploration territory. According to the final planting plan, there were 10.850 trees planned to be planted on PT Pertamina UBEP Limau. The start of planting plan's implementation was held on August 2012 in Niru Field by planting 1.000 trees. In implementation activity, there are on field planting adjustments as a conse-quence of unrecorded underground utilities.Keywords: Planting Design, Plantation, South Sumatera
PERANCANGAN LANSKAP KEBUN PERCOBAAN SINDANG BARANG SEBAGAI SARANA AGROWIDYAWISATA Fahrudin, Fauzan Muhamad; Hadi, Akhmad Arifin
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol 5, No 1 (2013): JURNAL LANSKAP INDONESIA
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ABSTRACTSindang Barang Experimental Field (KPSB) is one of a supporting facilities for research, education, and community service. KPSB is one of University Farm (UF) of IPB, with total area 78 750 m2, consist of planting Bloks, research garden, building, and supporting facilities. Recently, KPSB is not used optimally and and not put in good use due to lack of facilities. Therefore, landscape design of KPSB is needed as a reference for future development of KPSB. The purpose of this study is designing an experimental field with techno-ecologycal farming concept. This research used survey and descriptive method with the design phase approach followed Bell (2008). The main design concept is techno-ecological agro tourism. This design was not only concern about research and education activities, but also how to support agro tourism. The zoning in this design are: welcome area (9%), agriculture (27%), education (23%), livestock (11%), talun (20%), and tourism (10%). In the future, it is expected that agrotourism activities can be done well on KPSB.Keywords: agro-tourism, experimental field, landscape design
PERANCANGAN LANSKAP PETERNAKAN RUMINANSIA KECIL SEBAGAI SARANA AGROEDUTOURISM DI KAMPUS DRAMAGA INSTITUT PERTANIAN BOGOR Sahawidhiwidana, Arawinda; Hadi, Akhmad Arifin
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol 6, No 1 (2014): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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The environmental conditions is a factors affecting of livestock directly or indirectly. The field laboratory of small ruminants is a kind of the IPB facilities. The condition of field laboratory has a less support of environment for these activities. Livestock productivity and optimal quality can indirectly support the livestock farming activities (educational and breeding). In addition, to support and develop the field laboratory of small ruminant as agroedutourism tourist activities. The objectives of this study are to identify the potency and problem of the site as an object to support agroedutourism and also designing ruminant?s landscape in developing and supporting the agroedutourism in IPB. This research uses descriptive method, survey method to data collection, and refers to the stages of the work made by Booth (1983). The results of this research is the design landscape of the animal husbandry environment to supports educational activities and agroedutourism with consider amenities of user and animals that are there. The Field Laboratory Small Ruminant is determined by six zone. They are, welcome area 912.2 m² (4.5%), service 1 035.6 m² (5.2%), buffer 8 899.5 m² (44.3%), tourism, educational, and livestock farming area is 9 245.6 m² (46%). Landscape design of small ruminants laboratory can function properly in the future for agroedutourism activity
IDENTIFYING COLONIAL LANDSCAPE STYLES IN BOGOR BOTANICAL GARDEN THROUGH VISITORS’ GEO-TAGGED PHOTOS Hadi, Akhmad Arifin; Mizuuchi, Yusuke; Honjo, Tsuyoshi; Furuya, Katsunori
Indonesian Journal of Conservation Vol 7, No 2 (2018): IJC
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The landscape of Bogor Botanical Garden (BBG) is influenced by different eras, particularly Dutch Colonial and post-war Indonesia. The research investigates visitors’ perceptions related to landscape of BBG based on visitors’ on-site experiences. The research involved 94 research participants, include local tourists and landscape architecture students. They were asked to take photo of landscape or elements they deemed colonial look landscape style using their own camera and send them online to researcher by social media. Each respondent were handed a GPS logger to record the capture locations of each photo. The results revealed that the most photos of colonial look landscape style were consist of buildings and hardscapes as focused objects, where Presidential Palace and Lady Raffles monument were buildings that mostly appear in photos. The photos’ captured locations were also concentrated to those buildings indicated that landscape surround those buildings had strong characteristics of colonial landscape style. The study also showed the effectiveness of inviting participants with educational background in landscape architecture than normal visitors to show perception of colonial look landscape on BBG site.
THE SPATIAL COMPOSITION OF ALUN-ALUN ON JAVA ISLAND TODAY Kohori, Takako; Hadi, Akhmad Arifin; Furuya, Katsunori
TATALOKA Vol 21, No 2 (2019): Volume 21 No. 2, May 2019 (in progress)
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This study focuses on alun-alun, the open spaces in Indonesia that have a long cultural history. Alun-alun mostly located in the center of cities; they influence the pattern of cities and become a mental map for inhabitants. In this study, we investigated the distribution of alun-alun throughout Java Island. The research consisted of three parts. First, we identified Alun-alun from the colonial era using the old maps from Leiden University There were 15 locations of alun-alun in 13 cities identified from the old maps with characteristics as follows; 1) rectangular land, 2) located adjacent to the city mosque, and 3) located adjacent to the Regent’s office or Palace. In the second part, from those definitions, we confirmed 90 locations of alun-alun in 87 cities that have existed from the colonial period to the present across Java Island. The third part, we clarified the current province of alun-alun from two perspectives: area and spatial composition. We found that the present alun-alun show regional tendencies. Alun-alun in cities of Banten and West Java province was mostly in a small-scale area without Ficus benjamina trees. These points overlap with features described in the colonial era. Alun-alun in cities of Central Java and Yogyakarta province was relatively in a large-scale area and characterized by Ficus benjaminaas the main tree. Alun-alun in cities of East Java province was also in a large-scale area, but space mostly divided by planted areas, open area, structures, and others.
Rencana Penataan Lanskap Gunung Kapur Cibadak untuk Ekowisata di Kecamatan Ciampea Kabupaten Bogor D, Afra; Makalew, N; Damayanti, Vera Dian; Hadi, Akhmad Arifin
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 13, No 3 (2008): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Ecotourism ia an nature-based tourism that is ecologically sustainable and is based on relatively undisturb natural areas, is non-damaging and non degrading, contibues direcly to the continued protection and manajement of protected areas, and is subject to an adequate and appropriate management regime.keyword: calcareous-sediment, ecotourism, planningEkowisata adalah wisata yang berbasis alam yang berkelanjutan secara ekologis dan relatif tidak mengganggu daerah alami, tidak merusak dan tidak mendegradasikan, kontribusi terhadap manajemen dan proteksi area secara berkelanjutan dan mampu patuh terhadap manajemen rezim yang tepat.Kata kunci: ekowisata, sedimen Calcareous, perencanaan
Penerapan Konsep Bangunan Ramah Lingkungan melalui Konstruksi Green Panel sebagai alternatif Peningkatan Kenyamanan dalam Ruang Utami, Fitriyah Nurul Hidayati; Kaswanto, Kaswanto; Hadi, Akhmad Arifin
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 13, No 3 (2008): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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Keyword: green panel, micro climate, room amenity, scenic beauty estimation (SBE), temperature humidity index (THI)