Proceedings of the International Conference of Heritage & Culture in Integrated Rural-Urban Context (HUNIAN 2019)

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Imaginary Vs. Traditional Museum: The Historical Heritage-Based Design

Yuke Ardhiati, Prawesthi D Ashri, L. Edhi Prasetya, Febri Kurniawan
This study is qualitative research that was concerned in a museum of the millennials’ age. By a comparison study between a traditional museum “De Tjolomadoe” and an imaginary of Soekarno’s virtual museum was found the similarities and differences scheme. “De Tjolomadoe” as a traditional museum shows...
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Sacred Signs and Forms of the Modern Mosques

The existence of a sign on the building is very important because it communicates the message of the building to the observer and user. With the sign, a building can be known as its functions. Not only the sign, but the form of the building also shows the function in it. Therefore, a sacred building...
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Baruk, A Traditional House of Bidayuh in Borneo, Its Space Related to Structure

Yunitha, Mandarin Guntur
Nowadays, not all traditional buildings are still standing firmly on. Many of them have disappeared by nature disruption or by cultural distillation. This study aims to promote Baruk spaces meaning as a traditional house of Bidayuh, who settled in the western part of Borneo Island. Through its structures...
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Visual Continuity Evaluation of Transition Space on Shopfront of Shopping Center in Malang, Indonesia

Herry Santosa, Nur Fauziah, Wahyuni Eka Sari
The expansion of shopping centers has become an issue of interest in the formation of a transitional space between the shop fronts with a public area. Shopping facilities are expected to accommodate the continuity of motion and good visual on spaces that transition with the surrounding environment. The...
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The Development of the Post Office Cultural Heritage in Semarang

R. Siti Rukayah, Sudarmawan Yuwono, Agung Budi Sardjono
This paper aims to find new improvements from the post office building that mostly occupies the old building that is classified as a cultural heritage building. Architecturally, the conservation of cultural heritage has been written in regulations and laws, but the question is how to conserve the activity...
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Earthquake-Resistant Design Principles of the Traditional House in Lombok Island

Fajar Aswadi Syamsuri, Heru Sufianto
Indonesia lies above one of the active three tectonic plates on earth, which causes earthquake disasters frequently. In 2018 the island of Lombok was hit by a 7.0 Richter Scale earthquake creating major destruction of buildings. While most of the modern building construction damaged when hit the waves,...
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The Ecological Impact of Tempeh Industrial Center in Sanan Village

Sri Utami, Kartika Eka Sari
Sanan Industrial Centre is one of the household industrial centers in Malang City. Waste produced in Sanan Industrial Center comes from two sources; they are from tempeh and cattle farmers industries. Fourteen tempeh industries utilize waste from tempeh as food and drinks for cattle. In comparison, other...
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Place Attachment in Public Space Case Study: Hiraq Square Lhokseumawe Aceh - Indonesia

Bambang Karsono, Julaihi Wahid, Yenny Novianti, Nurhaiza, M. H. Soraya
Concerning the issue of place attachment, the research tends to observe the functional attachment, which will affect the level of attachment in Hiraq Square Lhokseumawe (HSL), a renowned public space among local people in the city of Lhokseumawe, Aceh, Indonesia. Place attachment is known as a process...
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Typology of the Facade of Weapon Barracks at Fort Oranje

Endah Harisun
The Dutch colonial period in Indonesia, especially in Ternate for about 3.5 centuries, left an extensive influence, especially for the development of architecture. The colonial heritage architecture has its features and historical values. In Ternate, the influence of Colonial Architecture was very pronounced....
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Morphological Study of Residential Real Estate Development in Urban Fringe (Case study: Tunggulwulung Urban Village, Municipality of Malang)

Angga Perdana
In the last two decades of the 21st-century residential real estate development in the municipality of Malang has increased rapidly. The urban fringe has chosen for the development location because of the availability of vacant land, and the situation in this area is not too crowded. The lower land value...
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Local Wisdom of Farmers in Ngadas Village, Malang Regency in the Management of Agricultural Landscapes

Sri Utami, Antariksa, Dian Kartika Santoso
In Indonesia, Ngadas Village is one of the Agricultural Villages. Ngadas people do more activities in the fields than in their homes or dwellings. So, research about local wisdom of the Ngadas community in managing an agricultural landscape was fascinating. This research aimed to provide an overview...
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Perception, Preference, and Participation: Community Social Inclusion and Involvement as Decision Making Process in Archi-tourism

Novi Sunu Sri Giriwati
Architecture and tourism are inseparable things. In tourism development, planning and design also carried out and generate some architectural design. The architectural product involved a user, who will respond in a certain way towards the architectural object and built environment in general. People...
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Lesson from Vernacular Tobacco Barn: A Passive Design Strategy for Energy-Independent Building

Andika Citraningrum, Daning Herawati
Gudang Atag is one of Indonesia’s vernacular buildings, which is a characteristic of the Na-Oogst tobacco plantation as raw material for cigars. This tobacco barn can produce tobacco leaves with quality that conforms to the standard using the process of air curing. Air curing is the process of drying...
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Strategies to Improve Natural Lighting in Deep-Plan Cultural Heritage Buildings in the Tropics

Wasiska Iyati, Aprilia Prihatmi Riski, Jusuf Thojib
Tropical climate areas have an advantage in terms of utilizing natural lighting for buildings. On the other hand, deep plan buildings have limitations in natural light penetrations through the sides of the building, while making the natural light enters from the roof risks of blending in with the heat...
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Visual Image of Architectural Elements as the Identity of Menanga Traditional Village

Agus S Sadana, Prawesthi D Ashri, Adryanto Ibnu Wibisono
The Menanga Village has interesting traditional houses and village layout. There are some unique architectural shapes, easily known and remembered by the observers’ minds. This study combines descriptive and graphical method with quantitative analysis to translate the mental map into a variable map,...
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Contextualizing Modernization in the Kayutangan Towards Its Images as a Heritage Town Area of Malang

Yusfan Adeputera Yusran
The Kayutangan Street Corridor is a historical area where there are still found historical buildings of the Dutch East Indies that form the distinctive character of Malang City. In 2019, the Mayor of Malang planned to revitalize the Kayutangan area with a Citywalk concept such as found on Jl. Malioboro...
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The Change of Architectural Characteristic on Megalithic Todo Village Based on Periodization

Antariksa, Dezzalina Dyana Paramita
Not many people know that Todo is one of the megalithic villages that was the center of the Manggarai Kingdom in the past. The stories contained in the literature always mention Todo as the forerunner of the emergence of Manggarai residents. Like other Manggarai megalithic settlements, Kampung Todo is...
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The Characteristic of Minaret Based on Community Preference for the Composition of Mosque Architecture in Malang City

Wulan Astrini, Herry Santosa, Indyah Martiningrum
A mosque is a place of worship for Muslims. The mosque’s architectural elements include domes (roofs), mihrab, minarets, portals, and decorative ornaments. Elements of mosque architecture can express the identity of a mosque. Minaret often acts as a marker of the mosque’s existence on a city scale. The...
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The Meaning of Typographic Design in Malang Urban Space: Based on Signs and Objects Relations

Indyah Martiningrum
The phenomenon of the big text signs in almost all cities in Indonesia to mark the name of a place that is already known by the surrounding community will ultimately affect the collective knowledge of citizens. It is just that the presence of big writing is no longer unique when all the cities are busy...
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The Three Dimension (3D) Spatial Urban Heritage Informatics of Malang City, Indonesia

Adipandang Yudono, Herry Santosa, Herman Tolle
The spatial multimedia systems in the urban planning process is the latest innovation in urban planning and design activities. The development of this system aims to build the 3D spatial building information through online system, especially information on the spatial structuring of landscaping and historic...
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Sustainability of Thematic Kampongs

Surjono, Feronikana D.P. Rahma, Deni A. Setyono
Indonesian urban areas are formed by the formal and informal pattern of settlement. Kampongs are a typical feature in the urban settlement, which are often misled as slum areas; therefore, it is important to see whether kampongs are sustainable or not. The research selects four thematic kampongs based...
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The Wringin Lawang Concept in the Border Gapura of Malang City through Fractal Geometry Synthesis

Antariksa, Adrian Widisono, Yusfan Adeputera Yusran
The era of the Majapahit kingdom was the forerunner of gapura. In those days, the gapura has a function as the entrance to the kingdom. Nowadays, the function of gapura shifted into a marker towards the inclusion of a city, including Malang. The entrance gapura of Malang City is identified with a character...
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Fostering the Management of Post Office Building from Architectural, Heritage and Urban Design View (Case study: The Solo Post Office, Central Java, Indonesia)

R.Siti Rukayah, Shabrina Adine Vania, Sudarmawan Yuwono
There have been many studies on the impact of social media and the presence of freight forwarding services by private parties. Social media and private parties have an effect on post office services in the world and Indonesia. The digital era and the delivery of mail and goods through private sector...
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Thermal Performance of Clay Bricks, Lime Bricks, and Ventilation Blocks as Building Walls

Iwan Wibisono
Indonesia is one of the countries affected by climate change. One of the most significant effects that happen in the environment is global warming, which causes the air temperature to rise. Climatic conditions will directly affect the human body since the air temperature influences the human body. Indonesia...
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Design Factors of Ngembul Spring Water Tourism Development for Conserving the Green Belt of Tajinan, Malang

Subhan Ramdlani, Ariza Rufaida
Community-based tourism is now being developed on many lands belonging to the village community or owned by the government, which are considered capable of involving the community in planning, management, and decision making in their development. Ngembul Spring Water (NSW) is spring water surrounded...
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Children-Friendly Assessment of Urban Green Open Space: The Case of Trunojoyo Park in Malang City, Indonesia

Anthea Putri Yasmin, Novi Sunu Sri Giriwati
UNICEF issued a policy in the form of CFCI (Child-Friendly City Initiative) as an effort to fulfill children’s rights. Malang City has fulfilled the child-friendly indicators with a Madya rank, by meeting 60-70% of the Child-Friendly City Indicators. Malang City provides a playground for children in...
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Origami Tessellation Ceiling Panels to Improve the Room Acoustic Quality (Case Study: Lecture Hall of the Department of Architecture, Universitas Brawijaya)

Ary Deddy Putranto, Oryza Ardiansyah
The lecture hall of the Department of Architecture, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Brawijaya, is a room with a large volume of space. The room is close to M.T. Haryono Street, which has relatively dense traffic activity resulting in acoustic disturbance for lecturing activity inside the room. Thus,...
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Imageability of a Historic Street and Its Influence on People Preference

Jenny Ernawati
The local community’s opinions play an essential role in conserving a historic area, such as historic streets because the existence of a historic street depends on the appreciation of the local community. People’s preferences will provide valuable consideration in conserving the heritage area. Therefore,...
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Cognition Map for the Visually Impaired Individuals in the Special School Type A (Case Study: SMP/SMALB A YPAB Surabaya)

Muhammad Satya Adhitama, Rizka Nur Afifah
Visually impaired individuals have limitations in vision to capture the information; thus, they have their uniqueness in performing cognition maps. This research is conducted to identify the cognition map by visually impaired individuals in SMP/SMALB A YPAB Surabaya. Based on initial observation, the...
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Layout, Configuration, and Interaction of Spaces on Malang City Square to Re-Construct the Concept of Alun-alun

Abraham Mohammad Ridjal, Sigmawan Tri Pamungkas, Elsa Intan Pratiwi
Jami’ Mosque is one of the elements of catur tunggal within the spatial order of Malang City Square (Alun-alun Malang). The changes in one or all of the elements that form the square will also affect its spatial order. Therefore, the interrelations between elements forming the alun-alun need to be understood...
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Urban Typography as a Reflection of Talkative Behavior in Malang City

Susilo Kusdiwanggo, Chairil B. Amiuza
There is a phenomenon of large sign letters presence in almost all cities in Indonesia at present to mark names of places that are already known by the public, including Malang City. This trend shows that there seems to be a contagion that infects one city to another without apparent reason. This mimetic...