Jurnal Ruas (Review of Urbanism and Architectural Studies)
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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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EFEKTIFITAS KINERJA DOUBLE SKIN FASADE-GREEN WALL TERHADAP EFISIENSI ENERGI PENDINGINAN BANGUNAN Dewi, Cynthia Permata; Bakhtiar, Anang
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2017.015.02.3

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Passive cooling strategy has been considered to apply due to its effectiveness. Double skin façade strategy is one of advance building façade technology in passive design. Moreover, Double skin façade-green wall is the development of conventional Double skin façade. The aim of this study is to observe and compare the performance of DSF and DSF-GW in reducing cooling energy. B-block building in Islamic University of Malang has been selected as case study. DesignBuilder-EnergyPlus was used as simulation tool in this study. The strategy of DSF and DSF-GW has been applied in along side of the building. The results show that the DSF-GW resulted best in reducing cooling energy demand up to 45% compare to conventional DSF.
Semiotika Arsitektur Tradisional Sumbawa Amiuza, Chairil Budiarto
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2017.015.02.7

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The architecture of traditional houses in Sumbawa Regency still has a correlation between the layout design, the purpose-use and the meanings with the society, environment, and its unique culture, both in the upper and lower social strata. Local identity in an architecture that grows in society has a hidden meaning both visually and non-visually. As artifacts that are quite complex in describing the culture of a community group, traditional architecture comes with explicit or implicit messages. Therefore, it needs a syntactic, pragmatic and semantic approach in reading the message. A qualitative approach is used to explore architectural objects in the study area based on the views of the local community and their meanings also follow the local understanding path that develops around the study area. The visual representation and visual representation of the built-up elements revealed the hidden meaning of the sign. The application of strata and codification of visual traits can reflect the growing cultural values in society about the harmony between man and nature through his built environment.
Tipologi Rumah Desa Wisata di Dusun Ngluwuk Desa Batik Gedhog Tuban Santri, Tyas
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2017.015.02.4

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Indonesia is a country rich in tribes, nations, customs, culture, natural resources and also tourist villages. Tourism village in Indonesia spread in various regions from Sabang to Merauke, and this tourist village has each characteristic in accordance with the region, one example is one village in the village of batik gedhog that is in Ngluwuk hamlet, Kedungrejo village, Kerek District, Tuban Regency, East Java which has a distinctive cultural identity and building typology. The study of house typology in Ngluwuk gedhog batik village Tuban is using descriptive-qualitative method with typology approach. The criteria of samplings selection are based on authenticity of building shape aspect and recommendation from local society. Through this study the authors can identify the characteristics of the typology of village tourist architecture in Ngluwuk Hamlet. The shape and appearance of the house building in Ngluwuk Hamlet is a traditional tropical-style building with facade design using ornaments and the proportion of the facade and the inner room tend to be symmetrical, using the roof "tekuk lulang", Through this study it is expected the local government can educate people who have a house with the shape which is still unique would be able to maintain its authenticity. By maintaining and preserving a typical home typology, it will increasingly attract tourists to visit and enjoy the village atmosphere and buy gedhog batik from the villagers.
PERTIMBANGAN BERHUNI PADA PERMUKIMAN KAMPUNG DI KOTA MALANG Nazaruddin, A. Farid
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2017.015.02.1

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City Kampung settlements usually unfavorable as a settlements, mostly by general perspective that kampung are “poor people” settlements, or not modern and not organized. In addition, it is not suitable to own a car and to be put in site (as would normally Indonesian people do), because of the really narrow streets in kampung. Thus, it should making them as settlements to be avoided. Especially by the so-called rich people. This Paper presents a result on preliminary research on those “rich” people about why one move or live in Kampung Settlements if they can afford to move away. The research conducted at all the expensive houses in Kampung Kauman, Kampung Gandekan, Kampung Tongan, kampung Sawahan and Kampung Arab in Malang City Indonesia. Samples are chosen by the researcher general assessments on its expensiveness and that the house is at the narrow streets of the Kampung. The Method used are in-depth interviews to know their considerations on each Samples. The Results that the basic factor for consideration on living in kampung settlements (even though they can afford to move away) is because of the atmosphere of Kampung neighborhood it self. 
Telaah ‘Childhood Place Attachment’ sebagai Dasar Perubahan Ruang pada Kompleks Perumahan Modern (studi kasus pada Perumahan Chandra Kirana Regency Singosari) Widiana, Fenny; Yusran, Yusfan Adeputera
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2017.015.02.5

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Changes in residential units are common happen in a housing complex. Found many houses that are not in accordance with the original house form which planned by the developer in a new housing complex in the district of Malang. It shows that dissatisfaction of residents to the houses design makes them add some changes, especially in the space. This study aims to identify and analyze the attachment of places during childhood and local wisdom that affects the change of space in a housing complex by taking the case in the Chandra Kirana Regency Singosari, Malang. This study uses the qualitative method with phenomenology approach through in-depth interview and field survey on purposive samples, then the result is analyzed with two main elements of local wisdom, that is the man and its nature. From the results of the study found that there is an attachment between childhood memories with the present form of the houses seen from the composition of spatial arrangement in the house. In addition, local wisdom also influences the change. 
KETERPADUAN BLOK TUNJUNGAN DALAM KONTEKS PERENCANAAN KOTA YANG IDEAL Redyantanu, Bramasta Putra
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2017.015.02.2

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The good city is an indication of good process of urban planning. In the planning phase, there is a simulation process about how all kinds of urban elements are related, and also have good synergistic between one another. Tunjungan, as one of the city blocks that formed the image of Surabaya, is an example of dynamic development. The big gap between ideal arrangement and real conditions can not be avoided. Partial development of it is one of the reason. This study is the identification of the gap between good city condition that expected by the planners, against the real condition in the field. The result will show which urban elements are lacking, but potentially can be fixed. The final findings are some guidance to develop Tunjungan block more synergy with the purpose of initial planning.
Sumbangsih Juhani Pallasmaa dalam Teori Arsitektur Sabatini, Stefani Natalia; Kurniati, Feni; Haristianti, Vika; Sudrajat, Iwan
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Show Abstract | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21776/ub.ruas.2017.015.02.6

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Given the condition that there is very limited discussion about Juhani Pallasmaa ideas, this study aims to discover substantial overview of Pallasmaa selected writings. This study was conducted by extracting five key writings of Pallasmaa and then complemented it by others’ writings, which also focus on Pallasmaa’s notions. The findings show that Pallasmaa ideas can be devided into several topics which are multisensoric architecture, technology and computation, cultural and historical based considerations, contextualization, and imagination in architectural design.

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