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International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
ISSN : 25811347     EISSN : 25811347     DOI : -
Core Subject : Engineering,
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research (IJBESR) is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to architectural design; building science; history, critics, and theory of architecture; urban planning; and housing and settlement study.
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Articles 34 Documents
Correlation Between the Mosque and Traditional House Architecture in Kudus, Indonesia Ashadi, Ashadi
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 1, No 01 (2017): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
Publisher : Architecture UMJ

Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.1.01.17-26

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The spread of Islam and the rise of the cigarette industry that began in the nineteenth century are two factors that influence the transformation of mosque and traditional houses in the old city center of Kudus. This study aims to find out how the correlation between the architecture of the mosque Menara Kudus and traditional houses in the city of Kudus. The object of the study is first, the mosque Menara Kudus, and secondly, the traditional house around the mosque, which is type of single and type of series. The method used is a combination of historical documentary and architectural descriptive with survey technique. The analysis should be viewed within the framework of Javanese culture. The results of the study show that in general the traditional house architecture has no significant correlation with the architecture of mosque Menara Kudus, but it has more significant correlation with traditional Javanese house architecture.
Revitalisation Initiatives: The Enhancement Of Cultural Heritage In Greater Resistencia Schneider, Valeria
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 1, No 01 (2017): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.1.01.33-38

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This paper explores the urban planning initiatives in revitalisation as usefull approach for intervention in derelict areas and buildings who had important role in the past and the government decided to restore for cultural and social purposes. Revitalisation policies tend to address urban growth within built-up cores by enhancing historical areas and derelict areas and neighborhoods. Meanwhile, urban expansion tends to be related to either suburban growth in developed regions or informal settlements in developing countries. Within the last forty years, city councils in all regions have needed to address urban issues with ever tighter budgets and so they do experience similar problems, particularly in relation to planning issues. Greater Resistencia, a city located in one of the poorest region within Argentina, was always been supported by National Government, is not exception to this rule. These initiatives can be seen as starting point to fuelled local economy and reduced dependence from National Government. This paper will explore one of the urban revitalization initiatives currently applying in Greater Resistencia (Argentina) and attempts to analyze the achievement and failures, assessing them, by taking examples in Resistencia and recent experiences in Preston (UK)
The Application of Value Management on Real Estate Development Case Study: Developers in Surabaya Sari, Yeptadian; Hantono, Dedi; Susilowati, Emi
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 1, No 01 (2017): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.1.01.27-32

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The application of a method in real estate development process is needed in order to ensure the project runs smoothly. There are methods that can increase the value of the project and even discard unnecessary cost of the project called value management. Many practitioners of real estate development in Surabaya claim that they always apply value management method. However, based on empirical data, it is known that not much research of value management in Surabaya. The purpose of this paper are to determine how the application of value management by developers of real estate development in Surabaya and when the right stage is to execute that method. Statistic descriptive analysis is used to achieve the research objectives. Results of research in this paper are the perception of value management by developers in Surabaya and real estate development stage in which value management method commonly executed in Surabaya.
Urban Flood Risk, Interventions, and The Role Of City Planning. Whittingham, Neil
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 1, No 01 (2017): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.1.01.9-16

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This paper is a reflection upon the issue of urban flooding, attempts to adapt to it and strategic risk reduction measures of those with responsibility for planning at the level of the city region. Following the introduction, flooding hazards are considered within the context of global environmental processes and rapid urbanisation, and the paper has a discussion of both theoretical and policy perspectives to urban flood risk and vulnerability. Consideration is then given to a broad range of potential interventions that could be available to stakeholders, before, during or after a flooding event, whether the measure would be undertaken by a government, member(s) of the community or the private sector. Finally, in the context of international policy guidance, consideration is given to the role that city planners could make in addressing the risk of flooding emergencies through more strategic, medium and long-term approaches. The paper concludes that collaborative forms of governance with the full engagement of the community are essential for disaster risk resilience
Thermal Performance Simulation of Residential Building in Tropical Climate Case Study: Housing in Bandar Universiti, Malaysia Nur’aini, Ratna Dewi
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 1, No 01 (2017): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.1.01.47-52

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Malaysia is one of country in with tropical climate that many people using air conditioning system to get indoor thermal comfort level. Computer simulation is one of method to predict the thermal performance of building. This paper focused on the thermal analysis of one storey row residential building at Bandar Universiti, Seri Iskandar, Perak, Malaysia. The objectives of this research were to investigate thermal performance of a residential building in tropical climate by Ecotect software simulation and to compare between ceramic roof, metallic roof and green roof due to temperature reduction. This research has focused on single storey terrace houses in Bandar Universiti, Seri Iskandar, Perak, Malaysia. The building model was row house for single family (livingroom-diningroom and master bedroom) and simulated using Autodesk Ecotect Analysis 2011 software. Metal roof has highest range of maximum and minimum compared with clay roof, concrete roof, and green roof. The lowest indoor air temperature was reached under green roof. Green roof can reduce indoor temperature from outdoor air temperature more and longer than clay roof, concrete roof, and metal roof. The result of simulation analysis indicated that green roof could reduce indoor temperature more than other roof types. This study suggests that green roof can be used in residential building in tropical climate.
The Influence of Bus Rapid Transit System on Urban Development: An Inquiry to Boston and Seoul BRT Systems’ Performance Indicators Prayogi, Lutfi
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 1, No 01 (2017): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.1.01.1-8

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This article explores the relation between bus rapid transit (BRT) system and urban development. This article was written through a multi-staged comprehensive literature review. It includes a general overview on widely observed BRT performance indicators. Findings in terms of the influence of Boston Silver Line 4 and 5 and Seoul BRT systems on urban development around the systems are quoted and used as case studies. Investigation on the performance of Boston SL 4/5 and Seoul BRT systems are provided. This article shows that two BRT systems of different performance are able to influence urban development around the systems in varying degrees. Further investigation is needed to explain the nature of the relation between BRT performance and influence towards urban development.
Culinary Tourism as A Place and Product Branding. Case Study: Batu Jamus Rubber Plantation in Karanganyar, Central of Java Setyowati, Erni; Satwikasari, Anggana Fitri
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 1, No 01 (2017): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.1.01.39-46

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Rubber plantation of Batujamus, the largest plantation in Central Java Province and Tourism region of Sukuh Temple in Karanganyar regency, Central Java Province is taken as a case to focus discussion on the meaning of "A Place and Product Branding". This study aims to describe the concept of sustainable agro tourism with narrative description based on the consideration of "Finding a place and Product Branding Strategy". By using Multi-dimensional Scale of SPSS and Factor Analysis, this research found out that the desire to stay in a comfortable and green areas and the nearness to hinduism religion temple as the reason why they prefer the Rubber Plantation of Batujamus as a temporary shelter when they visit it.
Contextualizing Community Economic Development Gamal, Ahmad
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 2, No 2 (2018): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (369.336 KB) | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.2.2.75-86

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This paper is aimed at contextualizing the approach of Community Based Development as an alternative solution of communities to reduce dependency to the outer forces. It is conducted by examining a heavily urbanized area in Central Jakarta and to compare it with different scales of contexts. Kelurahan Cideng has very unique context since its urban environment has particular population composition of the dichotomic extremes: the poor and the rich as well as those involved in formal and informal employment. The study treats a national government’s policy of the integration of Posyandu, BKK and provincial initiative of PAUD as the interplay with the socio-economic context of Cideng.
Empathy, Architecture & Indonesia at Nation Building in the 1950's Dranie Putra, Arga Patria
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 2, No 2 (2018): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (250.945 KB) | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.2.2.87-96

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In Architecture context is a glorious substitute, although in reason, context can deliver architecture to a more humane product, but is it possible to adapt the context without empathy? Does the designer experience the process of empathy in the architecture of the designer? By studying how empathy works and seeing its impact on an event, can provides new narratives rather then just seeing the user purely as an object of observation. Political decisions, a view of culture, and an understanding of local traditions can be used an important inform in defining a quality of space. the presence of empathy can contribute to decisions taken by the perpetrator on the object of empathy. How can empathy be used in architecture? how empathy affect human decision? This Paper will study Empathy Thoroughly both from it’s origin and how years of discourses have change it, anlyze how it can be used for architecture. Later, the understood concept will be reflected towards the 1950’s of Indonesian urban and architecture. 
Urban expansion and urban policies in Rosario Metropolitan Area Bragos, Oscar
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 1, No 2 (2017): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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In this article, the growth trends in the Rosario conurbation are presented, addressing the growth of urbanized areas in the last two decades. This was a process that is characterized by:The expansive process of urbanized areas took place at a time of recovery of the countrys economy and in a city that is the epicenter of a large agricultural region that produces extraordinary surplus capital. That capital surplus found in the real estate market a place where can continues to reproduce itself. To this is added the possibility of accessing mortgage credit for the construction of individual housing that generated a great demand for urbanized land. This demand did not get an answer in the city of Rosario due to the restrictive municipal urban regulation. The result: extension, dispersion and low density, the antithesis of sustainable urban development. Precisely, the article begins by exposing the main features of urban regulation in Rosario. 

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