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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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Translating Modern Ideas into Postcolonial Mosque Architecture in Indonesia Asy Syahid, Mushab Abdu
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
Publisher : Architecture UMJ

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.2.1.39-46

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This paper tries to narrate the story of translation practices on the ideas and forms of modernity in the history of mosque architecture design development in Indonesia. The  allow interactions to produce various approaches wider beyond religious context. The translation theory in postcolonialism field offers an alternate history on how postcolonial subjects actually define and take significant role for their own culture in compromising the overcoming globalism and modernities. This attitude will question our historical narratives socio-political postcolonial subjects engage through such basic elements. In that way, previous common image of mosque design thus ought to be reinvestigated, as well as notion of “modern” in Indonesia history would be redeveloped while layering mosque architecture periodization. The mosque architecture types which were inspired from both Western—Eastern styles inevitably involved colonial-postcolonial contextuality in how dynamism of interchanges since Independence period interlinked to Dutch-Indies colonial times, Old and New Order regimes, to the Post-reform era interwoven present. Understanding this modernity translation tranformations on each period following the spirit of the age may conclude that modern mosque architecture in Indonesia is not in a stagnant or linear but rather a complex flow periodization of its development. This also indicates the notion of “modern” has multiple intentions to culture and socio-political factors that always never solidify to any single universal definition.
Architect and Empathy : The Importance of Human Experience in Architectural design Dranie Putra, Arga Patria
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
Publisher : Architecture UMJ

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.2.1.47-54

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Architecture usually pursued as response to human needs, a need for shelter, security, fellowship, etc. For the last couple decades the critisism to architecture for being emotionally cold starts to emerge, acused of creating distance between human from the life. As Jullio Pallasma said, the emotional coldness might be caused by the adoption of formalist attitude since the industrial revolution. Modernism argueably, have brought an ideology which focused on function and aesthetic into architecture, but the notion also resulting a far less empathic architectural. Building become apathic, as function and aesthetic pushed aside the lifeliness context. Designs are becoming less authentic, as architects prefer to use existing data to save their time. In short, it can be said that the presence of empathy have far being less acknowledged as an important aspect in architecture. To adress the notion of the problems, This paper will examine the terms of empathy, As understanding the terms would provide more information about how it could relates to architecture. Further extensions of the notion will be explored, based on the exisiting presedences which already points out the presence of empathy related topics in architecture . The paper will later examine the relevance of these examples to architecture and claim what defines the scope of “empathy” in this particular context to helps understand it’s potential use in architecture.
‘Tragedy’ and Space of Commemoration: An Inquiry to Semanggi Tragedy’s Significance on Jakarta’s Urban Space Hendola, Feby
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
Publisher : Architecture UMJ

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.2.1.1-14

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A City does not only exist with its physical feature but also with its intangible thing within it, including the people’s memory. Our memory, either it is delightful or unpleasant, plays role on molding our perception about our environment. Meanwhile we also tend to build something—to construct our environment—for commemorating significant events. Regarding this phenomenon, this paper aimed to understand how a tragic event affects urban space by examining conceptions of “tragedy” and  “absential feature” and their relation to space of commemoration. As a reflection of the conceptual inquiry, this paper analyzed how Semanggi Tragedy, which had happened on 1998-1999, affected Jakarta’s urban space. The study showed that the tragedy brought ‘absence’ that urges people to create tangible feature to response their grief, loss and hopes. Semanggi’s physical development—as a way to move on—only emphasizes the ‘absence’ of the tragedy and does not stop people to not forget it. 
Favorite Places of Indonesian Young Adults Lissimia, Finta
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
Publisher : Architecture UMJ

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.2.1.15-26

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Study on favorite places reflects people’s preference for particular place. It may result in most likeable type of place and even the driving factors. Favorite place study can become the base for further research about preference. This type of study is very beneficial for spatial planning to find out what kind of setting will be successful. The purpose was to find out favorite place of young adult, specifically Indonesian people. Respondents in this study are restricted to 25-40 years old to produce strong result. In order to achieve this purpose, respondents will be asked about their favorite place. Data collected will be analyzed using distribution. There are 347 answers that can be analyzed further. Result show that favorite place of Indonesian young adults mostly are restaurants and beaches. It may have to do with lifestyle and geography of the area.
The Practice of Architectural Design Competition in Indonesia: Whose Interests Are Served? Adianto, Joko; Gabe, Rossa Turpuk
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.2.1.27-38

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Architecture Design Competition (ADC) has been acknowledged as one of the prominent methods to serve the best of public interest. However, the spatial infringements frequently occur as the indication of the incompatibility between the best results and the needs of the users. A multi-stages qualitative research was done, in Jatinegara Vertical Rent Housing as a selected case study, and aimed to identify the incompatibility. The disproportion of the available time with the required outputs emerges as the scapegoat of the capitulation of criticality to overcome the incompatibility. Moreover, the exclusion of the designated users in the whole stages of ADC is the essential cause, as an embodied misconception of the definition client-user in the professional practice. The finding of this research addresses several recommendations to reclaim the criticality in ADC and save the practice of this profession from the mortifying failure to serve the best public interest.
Exploratory Study of Physical Environment Factors Affecting Tuberculosis Endemics Houses in Kebumen District, Indonesia Satwikasari, Anggana Fitri
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.2.1.65-74

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According to prior researchs, the bacteria of Tuberculosis can spreads easily in an unhealthy environment influenced by several physical environment factors in a house. In Kebumen, where mostly classified as rural area, there are 3 sub-districts that is stated to be the most endemic area with hundreds of TB cases detected every year. By selecting 50 patients from ‘Balai Pengobatan Paru-paru’ (BP4)’s medical record, some physical assessments have been done on some indicators such as Residential Density, Ventilation system, Daylighting System, Temperature, Humidity, and also Material Quality. This quantitative research collected the existing physical variables through close-ended questionnaire and field measurements. Those data were later analyzed with distribution method by using digital data analysis software named JMP and compared them with the prevailing standard values. The result showed that eventhough all of 50 respondents have ideal Residential Density Percentage, their Ventilation and Daylighting System didn’t conforming with the standard. Those houses also have high Humidity ( > 60%) and high Temperature ( >300 C) that may be caused by the poor air circulation system inside the house. However, almost all of the infected houses were found to use brick as their wall material with various quality and used ceramics or ram earth as their floor material.
Optimization Of The Use Of Private Rooms in Modest-Style Dwellings. A Case Study Of Densely Populated Settlements in Pademangan, North Jakarta Mauliani, Lily; Sudarwati, Wiwik
International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research Vol 2, No 1 (2018): International Journal of Built Environment and Scientific Research
Publisher : Architecture UMJ

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24853/ijbesr.2.1.55-64

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Densely Populated Settlements (DPS) are a feature of urban areas; their existence is related to the conditions of urban life. The number of DPS modest-style dwellings in urban areas is increasing rapidly. Problems arise when a single dwelling, which should only be inhabited by up to three people, has to accommodate a number of occupants exceeding viable standards. Taking into account the limited space of DPS modest-style dwellings, this study aims to understand the use of private rooms in such dwellings. We employed a descriptive method, supported by data obtained through interviews and field reviews of residents in Pademangan, North Jakarta. Physical building data, such as room size, existing spatial functions and spatial arrangements, are used to identify and analyze the building conditions. The findings reveal that private rooms do not function appropriately. The focal issue in this case is the small land size, which ranges between 15 m2 and 30 m2. Moreover, the issue of rooms whose spatial function is combined with other functions only adds to the problems of private room usage, such as room size, which is often too narrow to be considered as comfortable for daily activities.

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