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Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
ISSN : 19073933     EISSN : 20879059     DOI : -
Core Subject : Science,
The JLI is a periodical scientific peer reviewed publication hosted by Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University collaborate with the Indonesian Society of Landscape Architects (IALI). The journal's aimed to enhance conceptual, scientific understanding and application in developing sustainable landscapes as a solution to landscape change. Various scientific disciplines and perspectives are needed to understand the landscape and harmonize the social and ecological values to ensure landscape sustainability. The articles with themes in Landscape Planning, Design, Management, and Landscape Plants; Planning and Development of urban and rural areas; Ecology and environment; Landscape ecological engineering; The history and culture of the landscape are welcome to submit to this journal.
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EVALUASI KEBERLANJUTAN MASYARAKAT BADUY DALAM BERDASARKAN COMMUNITY SUSTAINABILITY ASSESSMENT Widyarti, Mieske; Arifin, Hadi Susilo
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol 4, No 1 (2012): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia (JLI)
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Nowadays human settlements are using a large amount of fossil fuels and natural resources that produce pollutions. Environment quality is degrading each year causing many disaster occurring all over the world including Indonesia. Today settlements are continuously being built by new technologies which is advanced in techniques and materials, but lack of environmental consideration. Societies who are concerning in environmental degradation can lead to the unsustainable living in the world has developed a community called Global Ecovillage Network (GEN). GEN concluded that to save the world from an extinction people, way of live need to be changed in a more environmentally friendly manner. This way of live is popularly known as ecovillage. People need to  be more economic, efficient and live harmoniously with all organism in the nature. Global Ecovillage Network (GEN) has developed a tool called Community Sustainability Assessment (CSA) which defined level and ways to be more sustainable in a community.Indigenous people, The Inner Baduy community as an indigenous people, is well known since 16th century and still exists until now. They have developed systems from their longstanding experience as their local wisdoms than can adapt to their environment in a sustainable manner.The aim of this study is to emphasize the importance of traditional knowledge in terms of providing low input energy, water and wastes to the natural resources in a settlement scale. The study results are concept and level of sustainability of Inner Baduy community based on CSA.
STUDI EVALUASI TAMAN KOTA SEBAGAI TAMAN TERAPEUTIK STUDI KASUS: TAMAN CILAKI ATAS, KOTA BANDUNG Hidayah, Azi MA; Pramukanto, Qodarian
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol 3, No 2 (2011): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia (JLI)
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Urban park have some functions. There are ecology, aesthetics, and social functions. Many parks in Indonesia still have not been utilized as a health environment function. Therefore, it is important to identify potency of potential an existing condition of urban park as a therapeutic park. The objective of study is to evaluate the potency of Cilaki Urban Park, Bandung City, West Java as therapeutic park. The study was started with inventoryand analysis of biophysics, site quality, spatial, site element, user and their activities. Key Performance Index (KPI) method was used to evaluate an existing condition of the park based on modified therapeutic design criteria proposed by some Landscape Architects. Questionnaire was used to confirmsome respondent’s expectations about urban and therapeutic function, and then, the direct observation data used as a verification user’s activities. The result showed that the KPI’s value was 0.61 (scale 0-1), so this urban park has some potentials as a therapeutic urban park. The last result of this study is recommendations based on evaluation among KPI’s value, user’s confirm and surveyor’s verification.
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PEDOMAN PENULISANIKLANALAMAT REDAKSIDAFTAR ARTIKEL
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KAJIAN POTENSI SUMBERDAYA ALAM DAN LINGKUNGAN UNTUK PENGEMBANGAN EKOWISATA PESISIR NUHUROA KABUPATEN MALUKU TENGGARA Rahantoknam, Santi PT; Nurisjah, Siti; Yulianda, Fredinan
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The Regency of Southeast Maluku consists of a group of small islands, namely Small Kei Islands (Nuhuroa) with an area of 2.468 km2 and Big Kei Islands (Nuhuyut) with area of          582 km2. The Regency of Southeast Maluku,which is more popular with the name Kei islands, is often reknowned as fantastic island. The Kei islands have natural potency which offers various tourism objects of natural and cultural beauty. Nuhuroa islands are composed of small islands: 15 small are in the district of Small Kei, 9 small islands in West Small Kei, and 8 small islands in North Dullah. The coastal area of Nuhuroa consists of resources such as beaches, mangrove, seagrass, coral reef and a number of small islands scattered on everycoast. These small islands have a unique ecosystem and their natural beauty is very sensitive to environmental change, particu-larly if the area is physicallydevelop for tourism and recreation purposes. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct a study for a sustainable development of tourism based on natural resources and principles of sustainable environment of Nuhuroa for the deve-lopment of coastal tourism. Specifically the study includes indentification of potential demand, stakeholder preference, indentification of ecological potency and sensitivity of coastal areas, indentification supporting facilities for development of tourism area, identification of local community’s resources and planning for the development of coastal ecotourism area in Nuhuroa. The research use natural resources and spasial approach. The research result show that the coastal area of Nuhuroa potential for de-velopment ecotourism with three zona, for example main zone, alternative zone and supporting zone.
POTENSI OBYEK WISATA DAN KETERPADUANNYA DALAM PENGEMBANGAN KAWASAN AGROPOLITAN PAYANGAN, KABUPATEN GIANYAR, PROVINSI BALI Rudita, I Kadek Pasek; Sitorus, Santun RP; hadi, Setia
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Payangan Agropolitan is an area of agricultural development that has tourism potential. Along with development of the agricultural sector, the tourism sector also developed. However, recently trends that agriculture sector got tressured by the development of other sectors; one of them was the tourism sector. Thus, further developments need to be done in an integrated manner. Objectives of this research were: (1) to find out the potential of tourist attractions to be developed in the region of Payangan Agropolitan; (2) to find out the tourist´s perception on the factors that effects tourist visitation to the Area of Payangan Agropolitan;(3)to formulate plans and strategies of integrated tourism development of Payangan Agropolitan in the framework of area development. Analysis on the tourism potential showed that the most preferred was nature-related tourism. From analysis of the factors of tourist visitation, there were five dominant influential factors, i.e: services, tourism and attraction types, the available facilities, transportation facilities, and promotion. Furthermore, on the subsequent analysis it was obtained three main strategies to integrate tourism with areadevelopment of Payangan Agropolitan, consisted of: improving the sectoral linkage by integrating of inter-existing sectors was developing science and technology; introducing and offering the existing tourism potential by developing tourism packages through a partnership of government, private and public; and strengthening the tourism by establishing partnerships and networks.
KAJIAN KONSEP DESAIN TAMAN DAN RUMAH TINGGAL HEMAT ENERGI Kurniawaty, Prima; Gunawan, Andi; Surjokusumo, Surjono
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The primary factor of high energy consumption in housing sector is caused by unconformity between architectural and landscape design. Housing design which has been developed and adopted by people now is more oriented towards building aspect and in current trends design, but lack of environmental and landscape aspect. The environment and landscape aspects has a profound influence as the results of this study. Using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) method, the study results in the influence of landscape (site design) on energy saving in housing landscape unit is very significant (67%) compared to building design (33%). In this case, the plant is a ma-jor component that contribute to energy saving design (48.3%). The Criteria for each component are discussed specifically in this paper, both physically and visually.
COMMUNICATING AND EVALUATING LANDSCAPE DESIGN CONCEPTS ONLINE WITH A VIRTUAL REALITY LANDSCAPE MODEL Hadi, Akhmad Arifin; Kretzler, Einar; Kretzschmar, Barty Warren
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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.
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COVER DEPANDAFTAR ISIPENGANTAR REDAKSI
LANSKAP KOTA MALANG SEBAGAI OBYEK WISATA SEJARAH KOLONIAL Budiyono, Debora; Nurlaelih, Euis Elih; Djoko, Riyanto
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Malang City has colonial city character which is represented in spatial layout, buildings and landscapes. These characteristics are potential as historical objects as attempt to give knowledge to people about the history of Indonesia, particulary of Malang City. Tourism activities also provides added value in preserving the historic landscape in the city. This study aims  to identify the elements of residential landscapes, parks and streets associated withthe colonial history in Malang City, and analyze the potential of tourism attraction based on the socio-cultural and aesthetic value.The study was conducted in several residential areas, parks and main streets of Malang City, ie: a) East-West lines, include: Alun-alun Tugu, Kahuripan Street, Semeru Street, Ijen Street and Ijen Parks; and b) North-South lines include: Suprapto Street, Basuki Rahmat Street, Alun-alun Merdeka, Alun-alun Merdeka Park, Kauman residential and Chinatown. Data analysis includes 3 (three) stages: 1) assessment of landscape in terms of socio-cultural aspects, 2) assessment of landscape in terms of aesthetics using scenic beautyestimation method, 3) determination of tourism potential of the colonial history. Based on analysis of socio-cultural aspects, Ijen resident is the highest socio-culturalvalue and the lowest is Kahuripan Street. While based on analysis of aesthetic aspect, the highest value is landscape of Alun-alun Tugu Park and the lowest is Chinatown. Based on the overlay of socio-cultural and aesthetic value, it is obtained that the Alun-alun Tugu Park has the highest value that can be the primary destinations in the development of Malang City colonial historical tourism.

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