Jurnal Ruas (Review of Urbanism and Architectural Studies)
Published by Universitas Brawijaya
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RUAS (Review of Urbanism and Architectural Studies) is a scientific publication for widespread research and criticism topics related to urbanism and architecture studies. RUAS is published twice a year since 2011 by the Department of Architecture of Universitas Brawijaya.
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House with Repulped Paper-Walled That Has Heat Energy Efficient Noerwasito, Vincentius Totok
RUAS (Review of Urbanism and Architectural Studies) Vol 10, No 1 (2012)
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2012.010.01.1

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This paper describes research regarding the relationship between wall material, heat energy, and floor area of simple house building with repulped paper-walled. Heat energy is energy utilized to reduce heat into the building. Goals of this research found design building types that have optimum to heat energy and floor area. This research used type of houses for low income as samples. Variables house is house type 21, 36, 45, 54 and 70. Methodology utilized the simulation and optimation. Result research showed that type 54 is simple house that owning heat energy efficient.Keywords: house, repulped paper, ratio, heat, efficient
The Impact of Different Types of Permeable Pavement Utilization on Air Temperature and Building Energy Consumption Citraningrum, Andika
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2012.010.01.3

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Pavements are found to be a significant contributor to the urban heat island. One of the strategies to mitigate it is by using permeable pavement. The purpose of this study is to investigate the impact of utilization of permeable pavement on air temperature above the pavement and building energy consumption. Simulation on five types of pavement (dense grade asphalt concrete/DGAC, permeable asphalt concrete/PAC, concrete, permeable interlocking concrete block/PICB, and grass block) using DesignBuilder software with concrete as the base for comparison shows that PICB has the highest air temperature reduction and energy consumption reduction compared to other type of pavements.Keywords: Permeable pavement, air temperature, energy consumption, DesignBuilder
Method to Elicit Local Wisdom in Perceiving the Transformation of Historical Living Environment Anwar, Widya Fransiska F.; Said, Ismail; Ossen, Dilhsan R; Rasyidi, Muh. Hisyam
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2012.010.01.2

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The study aim is to develop method of rebuilding identity study based by eliciting residents’ opinions on the historical riverside settlement in Palembang pertaining to the changing morphology of the city form. The objectives of this study include(1) literature review on analysis method on urban form transformationand people perception on urban and social transformation and (2) developing research method to the rebuilding identity study. This paper answers the question of what method can be used to analyze the identity of Palembang riverside settlement based on the change of locals’ perceptions on urban and social transformation. By comparing the previous studies on the aspects ofthe identity, the result shows thatby triangulating the previous method from urban morphology and people perception study is the proper method for rebuilding identity of riverside settlement. Paper concludes that the interdependency betweenurban morphology and people-place emotional bonding is a partof local wisdom that generates the identity of historical living environment.Keywords: morphology, emotional bonding, place identity, peopleperception
Measurement of Kampung Performance as Basic Strategy Towards a Resilient City: Evidence from CASBEE-UD and LEED-ND`s Results Roychansyah, Muhammad Sani
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2012.010.01.4

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Urban kampung is body and soul of Indonesia urban structure and life. It has vital roles for social, economy, and physical strategies, including a resilient city strategy. That is why kampung oriented development (KOD) would be inevitably an underlying model to bring kampung towards sustainable urban development. As an investigation step, it is important to assess their environmental performance conditions, using popular and leading sustainable building and assessment tools to measure the conditions of existing urban kampungs. (Comprehensive Assessment System for Building Environmental Efficiency for Urban Development)and LEED-ND (Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design for Neighborhood Development) are chosen and applied to critically observe the kampung environment conditions comprehensively. Results showed in average that the urban kampungs in term of environmental performance based on both CASBEE-UD and LEED-ND category are still quite far from the ideal criteria. These results significantly steer a road map of strategies related to kampung oriented development (KOD).Keywords: compactness, kampung oriented development, CASBEE-UD, LEED-ND
Tourism Facilities on Balinese Traditional Housing Extensions in Ubud Village Bali (in Term of Environmental Sustainability) Putra, I Dewa Gede Agung Diasana
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2012.010.01.5

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Tourism is one of the biggest income generators especially for developing countries. Regarding tourism facilities, most people at tourism areas extend their houses as a home stay, a restaurant, an art shop, salons, and other facilities. Without properly manage, that will have severe impacts upon local communities and environment.The housing extensions phenomena as tourism facilities and sustainable issue in tourism areas occur at some rural areas in the world including Indonesia and Bali, especially Ubud Village. These house extensions are often designed with adoption of tourism standard, for example, the people tend to adopt the new technology such as using air conditional to anticipate the increase of local temperature (as the effect of climate change). In order to overcome the ecological problem and energy, they use modern building material such as aluminum, plastic, asbestos, etc. That building are often designed by less taking local characteristic of tropical environment. Consequently, the cost was excessively high and the impact on the environment was negative.The objective of this study is to know how application of Balinese architecture in tourism facilities at Ubud Village. In order to achieve this objective, this research uses stratified random sample survey strategy, and case studies.The result of research shows that generally the tourism facilities at Ubud Village has been far away use Balinese architecture principle like ventilation, material, ornament landscape etc. On the other hand, many facilities use air conditioning and other equipments to find comfortable in the room. That is wasteful of energy and unfriendly to environment. The solutions suggested in this research are the use of sun shading to control of sunlight both vertical and horizontal shading to decrease use of air conditional; the arrangement of the buildings, the attention on environment , the use of material etc.Keywords: extension housing, energy, sustainable

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