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Lintas Ruang: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior
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LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior merupakan jurnal ilmiah berkala yang ditujukan untuk mempublikasikan karya ilmiah hasil penelitian, pengembangan, dan studi pustaka di bidang desain interior. Terbit dua kali setahun, yaitu setiap bulan Maret dan September.
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PERUBAHAN DAN KONTINUITAS POLA SPASIAL PADA RUMAH TINGGAL CINA DI SODITAN, KARANGTURI, DAN BABAGAN, LASEM Prasetyaningsih, Yulyta Kodrat
LINTAS RUANG Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Lintas Ruang
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The study would analyze some factors underlying the spatial changes on Chinese houses and interprets what has influenced them. The focusing of study is interacting the Chinese housess layout fromSoditan, Karangturi, and Babagan that has different periods. The study based on the field observation and in-depth interview has done in June 2004 is used toanalyze Chinese houses in Lasem. There is no hypothesis, this study is to increase understanding of the spatial pattern on Chinese houses where has gone through in lifes changes. Spatial Syntax is used for analysis and interpretation of Chinese housess layout. The spatial pattern was found by interacting the irreducible objects and related to each other onhuman spatial organization in all its variability.This part would discuss factor which implicate the changes of spatial pattern on Chinese houses in Soditan, Karangturi, and Babagan. The analysis generally found that first, the changing of time periods no implicate to spatial pattern onChinese houses in Lasem. There has still keeped of using main spatial pattern on their layout. Second, the changing orientation of Chinese houses from river to roads has no influenced the spatial pattern. Third, the changes of space just has been reducing space fromhigh complexityto bemore simplicity. Regularity spatial pattern on Chinese houses is the main spatial pattern that always on ringness dimension which are six spaces : front courtyard, front terrace, praying room (Ngetiya), living room, back terrace, and back courtyard. The pattern shows in a symmetric and distributed relationship, the higher hieararchi of space is located in living room (space F).Keyword: spatial pattern, chinese house
PROKSEMIKA/SEMIOTIKA RUANG SEBAGAI SEBUAH PENDEKATAN UNTUK PENELITIAN DESAIN INTERIOR Mr, Sumartono
LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Lintas Ruang
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/lintas.v1i1.6

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Sometimes called a semiotics of space, proxemics becomesmore andmore popular as a researchmethod inmany academic surroundings. Proxemics is a study of how peoplemake a structure of microspace. Although this method is more popular among anthropologists, today it has been applied in other fields of study as well. A field of study which also benefits from this method is interior design. This is caused by the very fact that interior design deals a lot with microspaces. It is important to employ thismethod in interior design research in Indonesia.Keywords: interior design, proxemics, researchmethod, semiotics of space
PENGARUH ELEMEN PENANDA PADA PENGENALAN IDENTITAS TAMAN JEPANG Aji, Artbanu Wishnu
LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Lintas Ruang
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/lintas.v1i1.15

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Japanese garden is one of the finest gardens in the world. Its beauty has been recognizedin many countries outside Japan. Although it is difficult to be created in tropical climate such as inIndonesia, many Indonesian would like to have Japanese garden in their home. This Researchinvestigated the possibility to create Japanese garden with less element in tropical environmentwithout losing its identity. Two initial exploration studies were conducted in Kyoto and Indonesia.Fourteen traditional gardens were chosen to be explored in the first exploration study. Its aimwas to understand material and composition variation of each element in the original setting.The second one was carried out in Indonesia to find out the image of Japanese garden in theexpert's point of view. The findings of these studies were used to design ten series of pictures.Each picture contained one element of the garden which can be rated in semantic differentialscale fromweak to strong by 120 respondents. Lantern, gate, trees, stone and water basin wererated as strong element whilst fence, pond, waterfall, stone path and bridge were rated as weakelements. Five strong elements were grouped into one garden composition as well as the weakones. The garden composition picture was presented to 200 respondents in two separategroups. Each group consists of 100 respondents with one stimulus picture only. A t-test wasused to analyze the mean difference of two groups. The result shows a significant difference inrespondent's ability to recognize Japanese garden identity between group with strong gardenelements and with the weak ones.keyword : Japanese garden, garden elements, Identity
EVALUASI PASKA HUNI ASPEK PERILAKU DI KANTOR KECAMATAN MANTRIJERON KOTA YOGYAKARTA Triatmodjo, Suastiwi
LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior Vol 2, No 2 (2008): Lintas Ruang
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/lintas.v2i2.20

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Right now the District Office is a governmental office that has an increasing importantrole in giving services and generating regional income To develop its service perfomance theDistrict Office has an intention to rearrange the interior design of the office building therefore they need to do post occupancy evaluation research This research concentrates on thebehavioural aspect The basic assumption of this reasearch is that the built environment is designed to fulfill the needs of human life as effectively as possible whereas human effectiveness in any activity is greatly influenced by social and psychological factors Thereby the success of an interior design does not only depend on technical functional and aestheticconsiderations but also on behavioural consideration This research has found typical behaviours which need to be considereded carefully in the planning and design of the DistrictOffice interior in the futureKey words : district office interior behaviour
PENGARUH KOMPOSISI WARNA PADA RUANG KERJA TERHADAP STRES KERJA Prasetya, Rahmawan Dwi
LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Lintas Ruang
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his study is the result of an investigation of the influence of physical work environmenttoward stress at work place, particularly the color composition used. The research subjectswere thirty students of ASMI (Secretary and Management Academy) who were divided intothree groups, namely the Harmonious group, The Disharmonious group, and the Controlledgroup. The Work Stress Scale was used in the measurement process. The measurement wasdone three times: before the experiment, in the middle of the experiment (first 2 hours), and afterthe experiment (last 2 hours). The result was analysed using the Analysis of Variance (ANAVA)A-Mix-B model of SPS-2000 software application. The result of this study illustrated that therewas a significant difference on work stress level impacted by color composition applied at workspace (F = 4.149, p = 0.026). The graphic of work stress average of the Harmonious groupshowed that Harmonious color composition did not affect the work stress significantly (t =0.520, p = 0.306). The dominantly white color composition that played a role as the Controlledgroup was in fact able to reduce the work stress. The graphic showed that the Controlled grouptended to decrease significantly with these values t = 1.825, p = 0.035, and the initial work stressaverage was (0.000) higher than the final one (- 22.800). The Disharmonious group showed thatthe color composition increased the work stress level (t = 3.177, p = 0.001). It was concluded thatHarmonious color composition at work space did not influence the work stress level, dominantlywhite color composition could reduce the work stress level, and inharmonious (Disharmonious)color composition application had chances to elevate the work stress level.keywords: color composition, work space, work stresKeywords
SETTING RUANG DAN PENGARUHNYA TERHADAP AKSESIBILITAS PARA PENYANDANG CACAT TUBUH DI PUSAT REHABILITASI YAKKUM YOGYAKARTA Sholahuddin, Muhammad
LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior Vol 1, No 1 (2007): Lintas Ruang
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/lintas.v1i1.16

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The number of difable persons in Indonesia according to WHO is 7%-10% from totalpopulation and only a small number of them have adequate education and decent job. Thiscondition is due to the lack of accessibility facilities in public spaces and in this condition theyneed an institution or a community which cares and encourages positive attitude. One institutionwhich provides such services is YAKKUMrehabilitation centre located in Yogyakarta. In generalthis research is intended to identity the impact of room setting to accessibility of the difable. Thespecific purpose of the research is to recognize impact of room setting and other factors towarddifable accessibility in YAKKUM. This research uses a deductive method with Applied purposivesampling to ten room based on its tool aid properties. Data were collected with triangulationmethod and analyzed descriptively. SPSS was used to analyze. The quantitative data incomparing factors of room setting which has impact on accessibility. Observed variablesincluding roomsetting (dimension and form, furniture and lay out, and environmental element ofroom). The result of this study shows that the accessibility in receptionist room was influencedby lay out and furniture, lighting, air movement; Office room: lighting, air movement; Class room:lighting and air movement; Library room: furniture and lay out, lighting, air movement; Socialroom: knob, lay out, and lighting; dining room: lay out, lighting and air movement; Laundry room:furniture; Physiotherapy room: knob, furniture and lay out; Hostel room: furniture; and Toiletinfluenced by knob, furniture and lay out, lighting, air movement. This study also found factors ofroomsetting which influenced accessibility for difable in YAKKUM. These factors are the type offurniture, and lay out, lighting, air movement and dimension of switch control.Key Words: Setting Room, Accessibility, Difable
PERUBAHAN SISTEM SPASIAL RUMAH TINGGAL BERFUNGSI GANDA DI DAERAH UMBULHARJO YOGYAKARTA Hartiningsih, Mrs
LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior Vol 2, No 2 (2008): Lintas Ruang
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24821/lintas.v2i2.19

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A large numberof college students coming from numerous cities in Indonesia hasencouraged citizens of Umbulharjo an area in the city of Yogyakarta to use a part of theirhouses available for the students to rent thereby called double function houses Thisphenomenon is very important and has inspired this research on the change of spatial system among double function houses in Umbulharjo The approach used in this research isQualitative deductive Phenomenology Modified from Ihalauw 1985 Muhajir 1992 and Sudaryono 2004 The population was all double function houses in Umbulharjo YogyakartaFrom the observations It is obvious that there are three basic types of double function housesi e house functions as a dorm house functions as afood selling vendor warung smallrestaurant and house functions as a shop Based on the analysis of the change of spatial systemit was found that there are differences between the change pattern and shape of houses function as a dorm and houses function as a warung restaurant and a shop However the changing process and motivation behind it was similar The main motivation was social and economic.Key words : Spatial system the change pattern and shape social and economicmotivation
PERGESERAN GENDER PADA INTERIOR RUMAH TINGGAL DI KAWASAN JERON BENTENG YOGTAKARTA Dwi Nugroho, Martino
LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior Vol 2, No 2 (2008): Lintas Ruang
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One of the instruments incorporated for the construction of social reality is gender Javanese society traditionally embraces social concept of patriarchy The general Implication is that woman becomes a man s subordinate Broader implementation also can be comprehended fromdissociation of social activities and rituals involving both men and women Viewed fromthespatial perspective there are differences between man space and woman space This is based on the research conducted in Jeron Beteng an area in the city of Yogyakarta The analysis has resulted what follows 1 the sittingroom shows a friction once mastered by man now it turns into equation with indicators equal status ownership custom affection domestic duty execution and sittingroom domination influencing factors modernization attitude and emancipation respect 2 the livingroom also demonstrates a friction once a woman domaintoday it is accessible to man as well influencing factors  communication marital status age work emancipation modernization moral and formal education and foreign culture 3 the kitchen witnesses an equal role for a woman and man regarding domestic duty openness and communication Woman however remains to be more dominant in kitchen although men have access in there influencing factors communications age work emancipation modernization moral and formal educationKeywords : gender interior sitting room livingroom kitchen
MAKNA TANDA DALAM INTERIOR RUANG TAMU: STUDI SEMIOTIKA SISTEM TERTUTUP PADA INTERIOR RUANG TAMU LIMA STATUS SOSIAL DI YOGYAKARTA Wishnu Aji, Artbanu
LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior Vol 2, No 2 (2008): Lintas Ruang
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Guest roomin Indonesian houses has a unique position compared with any other room The owner of the house usually sets more decoration in the guest roomas a mean to impress the guest This tendency has a root in Indonesian traditional society where the guest has always been honored and treated well This research aims to reveal the meaning of the guest room interior in five different social groups in Yogyakarta Using semiotic analysis with closed system developed by Bonta the five guest rooms are interpreted with local cultural reference that has been the source of the signs created by each social group The result of this study showes that each social group has its own particular signs that can be associated with their social background The study also reveals five binary oppositional meanings which can be attached in each social group in a contrasting way These meanings are simplicity luxary Elite cammon pride humble artistic plain idealistic realistic progressive conservative and private public.Keywords : Social group Meaning Semiotic
PENGALAMAN MAHASISWA DALAM PROSES BELAJAR-MENGAJAR DI DALAM RUANG: SEBUAH KAJIAN FENOMENOLOGIS Sumartono, Mr.
LINTAS RUANG: Jurnal Pengetahuan dan Perancangan Desain Interior Vol 2, No 2 (2008): Lintas Ruang
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eaching-learning process is not a linear sequence of events but a dynamic phenomenon. In a higher educational institution such as the Department of Art, Institut Seni Indonesia (Indonesia Institute of the Arts) Yogyakarta, lecturers deliver knowledge to students and at the same time the students get interesting, often unthinkable. experience unrealized by them. This research deals with such an issue. Analyzed phenomenologically, the experience of the students attending theoretical and practical classes at this institution will reveal a lot of often unthinkable meanings.Keywords: phenomenology, experience, geometric space, lived space.

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