Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Dwelling Form (IDWELL 2020)
Baskoro Laksitoadi, Muhammad Hasan As Syarif
This paper describes how old shipping containers can be modified and adapted into a new function such as building modules. Literature studies, study case (Day & Nite Eatery and Grocery, Bandung), as well as tracing back the shipping container through modification, storage, and inland depot were conducted...
Lighting in the Workplace as the Visual Environment That Affect the Occupant’s Mood: A Literature Review
Silfia Mona Aryani, Arif Kusumawanto, Jatmika Adi Suryabrata
Lighting in the workplace is often assessed based on functionality. In line with scientific development, the research into lighting observes its effect on the occupant’s health and psychology. This article discusses research publications related to the relationship between artificial lighting and mood,...
Interviewing Images: How Visual Research Using IPA (Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis) Can Illuminate the Change-Making Possibilities of Place, Space, and Dwelling
Interpretative Phenomenological Analysis (IPA) is a qualitative method mainly used in psychology, the social sciences and health science. Beginning with processes of open question interviewing, and taking an idiographic approach, it elicits unusually rich data from persons about specific life experiences,...
Galuh Talitha Ayuthia, Ova Candra Dewi, Toga H. Panjaitan
This paper reviews studies on Green User and Green Buyer as the supporting aspects to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through Green Building implementation, especially SDGs number 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities). This paper focuses on previous studies that have been conducted on...
Susanti Muvana Nainggolan, Ova Candra Dewi, Toga H Panjaitan
This paper reviews studies on sustainable housing criteria based on their implementation. This paper proposes studies on sustainable housing criteria from previous researchers. The analysis of this study was developed by reviewing several studies about sustainable housing criteria in general. Sustainable...
Baiq Lisa Wahyulina, Evawani Ellisa
The development of the Jakarta MRT transportation system stimulates Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) at some MRT stations. The selected TOD areas that will be managed by PT.MRT Jakarta are Bundaran HI, Dukuh Atas, Setiabudi, Bendungan Hilir, Istora, Senayan, Blok M, and Lebak Bulus . This development...
Dewi Larasati, Irma Handayani Lubis, Suhendri, Helfa Rahmadyani, Noveryna Dwika Reztrie, Yulita Hanifah, Aulia Fikriarini
As a developing country, the development of human resources is one of the country’s priority programs in enhancing national competitiveness of the current economic globalization era. The necessity of university campus development is required in ensuring the fulfilment of facilities and infrastructure...
Rethinking About Low Carbon Emission in Apartment Design: Lesson Learned From the Construction of an Experimental House
Dewi Larasati, Yulita Hanifah, Fathina Izmi Nugrahanti, Helfa Rahmadyani, Aulia Fikriarini Muchlis
Housing demands in big cities have an impact on the growth of apartments, especially the lower middle class in Indonesia. Development will have an impact on the increasing carbon emissions due to the embodied energy design and construction phases, operational energy, as well as disposal. A consideration...
Kenya Endo, Ervine Lin
As a profession which centres on the outdoor environment and its inter-relationships between people, the city and ecological processes, how does a landscape architectural perspective differ from the way urban designers and architects operate within a hyper-urban context such as Jakarta? This paper examines...
Statistical Evaluation of Tolerance to Indoor Temperature Fluctuations for Different Lengths of Stay for Cardiovascular Inpatients
Badr S. Alotaibi, Stephen Lo, Ricardo Codinhoto
Elevated external temperatures highly affect cardiovascular patients and lead to increased hospital admissions. However, very little is known about what impact fluctuations in indoor temperature have on this patient group in any setting. Inherent difficulties in gathering data from this group of patients...
Dini Agumsari, Agus S. Ekomadyo, Mochammad Gumilang Dwi Bintana, Vanessa Susanto
Musi River plays a significant role in the history and development of Palembang. Historically, the river had been used for settlement, trading, and transport activities. This phenomenon established the riparian culture that is deeply associated with the native residents who had been attached to the Musi...
I Nyoman Gede Maha Putra, Ni Wayan Nurwarsih
The issue of place-identity is growing importance in the age of globalization where the homogeneity of urban development and architecture threatens the local identity of many places in the world. In Bali, this issue has long been debated and responded by the government by issuing a set of regulation...
Sea Nomads and Cultural Transformation, Case Study: Kampung Baru Suku Laut, Sungai Buluh Village, Lingga Regency, Riau Islands
Mochammad Gumilang Dwi Bintana, Agus Suharjono Ekomadyo, Dini Agumsari, Vanessa Susanto
Nusantara’s rich and glorious civilization, especially at its peak, provides valuable records to discover the right paradigm of Indonesia as a maritime nation. The Orang Laut, also known as the Sea Tribe or Sea Nomads, is the ancient Malay people (Proto-Malay) who inhabited Nusantara waters thousands...
Wasilah, Andi Hildayanti
Houses manifest particular spatial identities that reflect the character of their owners and/or occupants. Thus, they offer a medium for exploring diverse values, technologies, forms, and ornaments, which are located within the framework of traditional systems that are perceived as a perfect for ensuring...
Widya L. Larasati, Kemas R. Kurniawan
Tjoeng A Tiam was the mayor of the Chinese under the Dutch Colonial Government in nineteenth-century Bangka, Dutch East Indies. He built a mansion, which is now registered as heritage, known as Chinese Mayor Mansion in the tin-mining town of Muntok. The building, as seen from the main street, is of Colonial...
In the traditional settlement of Sumba island, the local community transforms the architecture based on their constantly shifting needs. The houses undergo a series of transformations in the interior spaces as well as exterior in both architectural form and implemented building materials. The easy access...
An Analysis of the Resilience and Territorialisation of Place-Based Social Networks in the Pseudo-Public Space of the Malled Metropolitan Centres of Auckland, New Zealand, During COVID-19 Lockdown
Manfredo Manfredini, Jennifer Jie Rong, Franco Manai, Luciana Rech, Jacky Yongjie Ye
COVID-19 restrictions have exacerbated the effects of an urbanisation mode that, through the combination of rampant neoliberalism, pervasive translocalism and ubiquitous digital transduction, has produced a fragmented and enclavic space with high spatial inequalities. Threatening to enhance these inequalities,...
Maria Luiza D. Viana, Dra. Maria Cecília Loschiavo dos Santos
This paper presents reflections about the dynamics of articulation among people to solve urban problems, having as reference initiatives of popular participation existing in a Brazilian favela1. These are collective initiatives that involve partnerships with the private sector and dialogues with government...
Feby Hendola, Muhammad Mashudi, Michelle Margaretha, Viola Calista Amabella
As most cities are rapidly expanding, space of death, such as a cemetery, is in demand. In a metropolitan like Jakarta where the population grows rapidly, land for the dead competes with the urgent needs of urban development. It is often used not only for death purposes but also for everyday needs. A...
Eugenio Simonetti Toro
According to the World Bank, countries need to invest 4,5% of their GDP in infrastructure to reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) in 2030. This requires us to build new infrastructure and transform the existing one. We must assess how we can transform the existing infrastructure from a solely...
Tyas Pinendita, Achmad Hery Fuad
Currently, Kemang Raya is dominated by the expatriate lifestyle. On the other hand, the Betawi culture still exists even though it’s not well-developed due to the negligence. Despite all this, the expatriates show appreciation towards Betawi arts and culture. This research is necessary because it makes...
Pluralizing Method for Generating Heterogeneous Public Space: A Case Study of Palang Pintu Festival Kemang
Jodi Roudho Prayogo, Achmad Hery Fuad
Kemang has become an area that seems exclusive to expatriates and the upper class. It has abandoned the Betawi culture and the lower class. To bring back Betawi culture and produce an inclusive space, it needs space that can be heterogeneous. This heterogeneous space is a space that varies in its functions...
Andreas D. Handoyo, Ratri Wulandari, Adji Febrizky Tiara
The limited area used for open-spaced greenery in urban cities has become a persistent issue, especially in a developing city. The decrease of open-spaced greenery may or may not be caused by the constant ongoing development and construction in the city that uses space meant for the vegetation. Therefore,...
Ratri Wulandari, Andreas Handoyo
In 2013, the term urban interior was introduced to acknowledge the creation of private space within a public space. An urban interior can take place anywhere in the city from pedestrian to parks, plaza, or any open space. In Indonesia, especially in Bandung, revitalization of public spaces – particularly...
Sharene Stefania, Felia Srinaga, Jacky Thiodore
Public place is a space which has taken a major role in human’s daily activity. As a result of social interaction in a setting, people can feel a flicker of emotion for the place which is known as the sense of place. One of the public places taking in the urban scope is plaza. Plaza is a center of social...
Generating the House’s Backyard as a Public Space Within the Informal Settlement: A Case Study of Kampung Kedaung Kali Angke
Tamia Sheira Bagasta, Achmad Hery Fuad
The growth of the informal settlement appears to occupy the backyard space of the informal housing. This situation leads to the use of the backyard—specifically the ones located directly next to the river—for the inhabitant’s daily activities, such as cooking, trading, and playing. This paper examines...