Proceedings of the ARTEPOLIS 8 - the 8th Biannual International Conference (ARTEPOLIS 2020)
Tulus Widiarso, Himasari Hanan, Baskoro Tedjo
This paper is based on a purely interview-based qualitative study. The research idea was triggered by a diametric theoretical difference in seeing the relationship between rationality and creativity. On one side, some theories suggest rationality inhibits creativity. On the other side, some theories...
Riva Tomasowa, Himasari Hanan, Aswin Indraprastha
Studies about designers have been carried out on subjects with a formal educational background to investigate ideas and design activities. On the other hand, the design thinking of an unselfconscious artisan has not received much attention, even though its design has a unique approach. This research...
Do We Design Architecture for Humans?
Diah Asih Purwaningrum, Amalinda Savirani
Since Bruce Archer and Nigel Cross proposed a new culture of ‘Design with a capital D’ in the 1980s to stand alongside the previously established cultures of science and the humanities, the development of design has been profound. However, the recent rapid expansion of construction and technology has...
“An Act of (Digital) Kindness Goes a Long Way”: An Overview of the Involvement of Digital Devices in the Enactment of Space and Places
Aji Noor Muhammad, Andhika Riyadi, Wulan Sari
Lefebvre’s view on space is explained as three modes of existence: Spatial Practices, Representation of Space, and Representational Space. These modes leave the question about how we can observe these different space modes when conducting empirical studies? Drawing from works of John Law on material...
Medria Shekar Rani, Wiwik Dwi Pratiwi
The landscape is continuously changing due to natural disturbances and anthropogenic activities. The alteration can and simulated using models continuously being developed with different approaches, such as Machine learning and Cellular. This paper explores the use of Multi-layer perceptron (MLP) integrated...
Architectural Design Process Combined with Social Media Technology A Case Study on Urban Creativity and Placemaking Strategy in Taiwan
Yuling Tsai, Bart Dewancker
Social media has been part of a human’s daily life that usually becomes one of the communication tools in this social environment. Social media has changed the traditional architectural design process; people will know, hear, and learn from online technology. Nowadays, a design project cannot just focus...
Spatial and Temporal Pattern of Internet Engagement of Campus Community in Relation to Internet Reliability at ITB Jatinangor Campus
Taufikurahman, Woerjantari Kartidjo
Since the beginning of its operation in 2011, the number of study programs in ITB Jatinangor, as well as the number of its students, lecturers, and administrative personnel being employed, have increased significantly. To digitally serve the community, the management of ITB Jatinangor campus, in coordination...
Case Study: Lasem Old Town
Virtual tours have become a new form of tourism that recently came to fame due to pandemic’s travel restrictions. It takes advantage of numerous digital platforms that are rapidly growing their users owing to the circumstances; meanwhile, far-reaching technology advancement enables it to be acceptable...
Rizky Amalia Achsani, Surjamanto Wonorahardjo, Sugeng Triyadi
Technology is being widely applied in and is disrupting daily life, especially in the learning environment. Technological developments affect existing indoor visual environments and thereby influence the teaching and learning processes. This study examines the problems and opportunities from using technology...
Determining the Suitable Placement of Online-Based Public Transportation Shelters by Urban Network Analysis
Case Study: Bundaran HI Transit Development Area
Diah Fitria Ardani, Hadi Ilhami Imanullah
Shelters play a significant role in connecting public transportation providers and users. As online-based public transportation usage is rapidly growing, the urban spaces need to catch up to accommodate those online-based user mobility needs; for instance, by providing pick-up points or drivers’ waiting...
Aline Nourma Iksanti
In recent years, new urban design regarding walkability has become a major focus of urban planning. Developments in transit areas have generally included walkability as a regional development concept where a walkable design encourages people to walk and switch from using motorized vehicles. Walking is...
The Sense of Belongingness Through Shared Community Spaces
Zenat Islam, Sharif Tousif Hossain, Anika Tasnim Ananna
The first purpose of architecture is to create a habitat that fulfills society or individuals’ needs for places to work and live. It is a manifestation and expression of the cultural values of the society with which it interacts. Architectural design and perception have changed dramatically over the...
Case Study: Bandung on Instagram
Dena Andromeda, Sonny Yuliar, Andhika Riyadi
The impact of Instagram as social media on city planning is studied continuously. Researchers tried to see a pattern formed by the data they collected from either the Instagram geotagging/like/follow feature or user experience from using Instagram. However, these researches appeared to lack a method...
Coffee Culture and Urban Settings: Locating Third Place in the Digital Era. The Cases of About Life Coffee Brewers in Tokyo and Kopi Tuku in Jakarta
Anastasia Widyaningsih, Putri Kusumawardhani, Diana Zerlina
By moving online to digital platforms, the idea of third place is blurred and, therefore, going through significant redefinition as the physical proximity and spaces for social interactions become less relevant. Historically, coffee shops have been a notable third place in many cultures and societies....
Fath Nadizti, Himasari Hanan, Indra Budiman Syamwil
Ray Oldenburg coined the term third place through his magnum opus book, The Great Good Place, published in 1989. The third-place is supposed to be accessible for social interaction and knowledge sharing. It is a social space outside the home and works, and it takes a variety of forms such as cafes, coffee...
Naimah Putri Kamila, Ramalis Sobandi
Through the Bandung City Public Works office, Bandung City Government has taken the initiative to revitalize the Sigay Waterfall in the Cibeureum river as part of water system revitalization. Sigay Waterfall and the surrounding Kampong are located at Isola Sub-district, next to West Bandung Regency....
Cultural Tourism Destination of Setu Babakan, Jakarta
Wiwik Dwi Pratiwi, Bramanti, Samsirina
This article aims to elucidate the creative planning of place identity and local distinctiveness in Setu Babakan cultural area, which is moderately influenced by the socio-culture context of Betawinese culture. Setu Babakan is one of the designated areas for Betawi Cultural Center (BCC), which has been...
A Case Study of M Bloc Space – Jakarta
Woerjantari Soedarsono, Erika Yuni Astuti, Angela Upitya Paramitasari, Nova Asriana, Delima Putri, Arsyil Zahra
In the present day, social media, such as Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook, has enhanced placemaking activities, as followed by prior media support such as Kompas press. This paper examines the M Bloc Space, a complex of creative spaces that exemplifies a multi-functional hub for the millennial community....
Rizki Dwika Aprilian, Indah Widiastuti
Cities are manifestations that record every development and change in society that occurred very rapidly. Even though it keeps changing time by time, it often leaves a corner or area that still kept memories from the past. Sometimes the preservation of old buildings faces several issues that turn them...
Marisa Sugangga, Angela Paramitasari, Widjaja Martokusumo, Arif Sarwo Wibowo
Kota Lama Semarang has just been revitalized in 2019 by the Kota Lama Management Agency or BPK2L (Badan Pengelola Kawasan Kota Lama). Nowadays, Kota Lama Semarang is far more crowded after the revitalization has been completed. The projects carried out improvements in terms of the area fabrics, building...
Cynthia Puspitasari, Himasari Hanan
Tuban City is well-known as the place of great Islamic scholars (Bumi Wali) and is visited by pilgrims from all over the country. Visitors to the tomb of Sunan Bonang come relentlessly in large numbers throughout the day. The city center where the tomb is located becomes the focal point of the city life...
Ira Adriati, Irma Damajanti, Almira Belinda
The Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nusantara (Museum MACAN) is an art museum in Jakarta, established in 2018. This study aims to determine how the Museum MACAN strategy makes the museum an actual public space in the digital era to become a Jakarta tourist destination. This research uses qualitative...
Amanda Rahmalia Syafitri, Yemima Sahmura Vividia, Hanson E Kusuma
Town squares or alun-alun, as an open space of a city in Indonesia, accommodates a recreational area for residents. Simultaneously, many town squares are developed and managed to meet the needs of a rapidly growing urban population. Ujung Berung square, which was revitalized in 2014, is interesting because...
Relationship Mapping of Brand Sensuality Factors and Interior Design Characters of Popular Coffee Shop: In Z gens perception
Ardina Susanti, Putu Surya Triana Dewi, I Wayan Yogik Adnyana Putra
Drinking coffee is an ancient Indonesian culture as a morning habit before daily activities. This culture has been transformed into a new culture. Drinking coffee at a coffee shop imaged a trend and a social status. Therefore, this is a new challenge for coffee shop brand development in the industry...
Generation Z: Correlation of Gender, Information Source, and Visit Frequency to Egress Wayfinding Strategy
Dessy Syarlianti, Himasari Hanan, Hanson E Kusuma, Lily Tambunan
A shopping mall is one of the most favorite places to hang-out for the young generation; especially Generation Z. Generation Z has its characteristic of shopping behavior due to digital technology development. It affects their perception of their environment and then influences their way of choosing...