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It has become a medium of exchange of ideas and research findings from various learning traditions that have interacted in a scholarly manner. The editor invites all relevant parties to contribute in publishing scientific articles that have never been published before. For essays (paper) online submission just simply visit the link <a title="Submission ARTEKS" href="https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/about/submissions" target="_blank" rel="noopener">HERE</a>&nbsp;and for further information you can contact us at&nbsp;<a href="mailto:arsitektur@uinsby.ac.id">arteks@unwira.ac.id</a>&nbsp;or&nbsp;<a href="mailto:emarajournal@gmail.com">tarsitekturunwira@gmail.com</a></div> https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2208 Ngajeng Wong Kalang yard, in harmony with nature: Ethnographic approach in Kalang Village, Lumansari Village, Gemuh District, Kendal Regency - Central Java 2024-04-19T17:30:23+07:00 Stefanus Prabani Setio stefanprabani@ukdc.ac.id Heristama Anugerah Putra heristama.putra@ukdc.ac.id <p><em>Pekarangan ngajeng (Ngajeng yard) is an open area at the front of the residence. Ngajeng yards are formed based on the division of residential land. The formation of the Ngajeng yard is based on tradition. The Ngajeng yard's use is determined by social, religious, traditional, and agricultural factors. The ngajeng yard is still preserved by the Kalang village's Javanese sub-ethnic group, the Kalang. The advantage of the ngajeng yard space as a path for the sun's movement is provided by the Limasap house, where the Kalang people reside, being oriented towards the North and South. Specifically, the objective of the ngajeng yard following the direction of the sun's movement will be covered in this research. The methods used are 1) ethnography, describing traditions related to the Ngajeng yard as well as religious aspects and beliefs of the Kalang people; 2) Analysis of the sun's movement in the East to West trajectory. The orientation of the traditional Limasap omah (house) building influences the existence of the ngajeng yard; 3) The next stage is looking for a belief system through ontology, explanation, prediction, axiology, practice, and epistemology approaches. At this stage, a belief system about the Ngajeng yard is obtained. Thus, it can be concluded that the Ngajeng yard is an open space that has various functions for the Kalang people. These functions are 1) Social function, as a communication, mitigation, and security space; 2) The function of tradition, as a space for the obong tradition to lead ancestors to nirvana; 3) Agricultural function, related to tandur (planting) traditions and harvest traditions. The belief system that is formed is a legacy of tradition related to the implementation of the wong (people) Kalang tradition.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Stefanus Prabani Setio, Heristama Anugerah Putra https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2492 Terrariums approach in cafe design on people’s eating behaviour 2024-04-19T17:30:09+07:00 Aisya Nadra Binti Ahmad Nizam aisyanadra@student.usm.my Roslan Talib aisyanadra@student.usm.my <p>Nature-inspired cafés have become a trend in modern interior design, promoting quality health and well-being for the customers. To encourage people to bring nature into the built environment, terrariums have taken up the interior space to improve the quality of life. Terrariums are one of the preferred indoor gardening options that only require an individual's creativity, with or without professional knowledge. However, the terrariums approach to interior spaces is still uncommon in Malaysia, and how the terrarium approach enhances people’s eating behaviour remains unexplored. With the emerging trend of Mossarium KL, the concept of terrariums is used as part of the interior design as well as positive factors that enhance people’s eating behaviour. This paper aims to study the terrariums approach in built environments and to review the enhancements of the terrarium on people’s eating behaviour. A case study had been done on the Mossarium KL in Petaling Jaya, Selangor that adapted the concept of a terrarium in the interior space. This study's conceptual framework is based on the idea of employing terrariums as an interior landscape for exploring their potential impact on individual eating habits. This study highlights the importance of incorporating nature-based interventions, such as terrarium cafes within interior spaces and providing valuable insights into people’s eating behaviours in the cafes.</p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Aisya Nadra Binti Ahmad Nizam, Roslan Talib https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2493 Analyzing architectural and cultural elements of Masjid Jamek Sultan Ibrahim, Muar, Johor 2024-04-19T17:29:55+07:00 Nuralyia Natasha binti Shahridzal natasha.nuralyia11@gmail.com Hakimi bin Ahmad kimi@usm.my <p>The Sultan Ibrahim Mosque serves as the Muar neighborhood’s ‘Jewel’ is situated conterminous to the Sultan of Johor’s Palace located by the Muar River. Despite Masjid Jamek Sultan Ibrahim’s being a heritage structure in Muar with the influence of Victorian architecture combines with local influence, there is a lack of in-depth analysis of the traditional Javanese cultural elements with tangible and intangible material culture resulted in the knowledge that contributes to the mosque’s character and its function in the community. The objective is to analyze and identify the cultural fundamental features of the mosque that exhibit Javanese influences and to explore the mosque’s role in fostering interfaith discussion and community outreach, as well as how it affects the social and cultural fabric of the community. A theoretical framework based on cultural studies and heritage studies, that include cultural construction, cultural transmission, and heritage management. To focus on the study to identify the possible advantages of preserving and promoting the cultural components of this mosque, such as fostering religious dialogue, improving cultural tourism, and enhancing the feeling of cultural identity in the community. Methods for this research include thematic analysis and anthology on the case study site to gain and gather more information. The findings of this study will provide Javanese traditional cultural elements of this mosque valuable perceptivity. This study can increase the sense of cultural identity in the community and foster greater social cohesiveness</p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Nuralyia Natasha binti Shahridzal, Hakimi bin Ahmad https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2556 The application of the Delphi method in architectural research 2024-04-19T17:29:40+07:00 Arman Arisman arman.wu@gmail.com Iwan Sudradjat iwansudr@gmail.com Indah Widiastuti indahwidiastuti911@gmail.com <p><em>Research in the field of architecture plays a significant role in the advancement of architectural knowledge and encourages architectural professionals to produce better architectural works. Choosing the right research methodology is essential to producing high-quality research. Research methodologies are employed to determine the best scientific strategy for testing hypotheses provided by a particular theory. Thus, selecting the right methodologies has a big impact on how well a research project turns out. However, because there is such an extensive variety of research methods accessible, researchers frequently have trouble deciding which one is best for their objectives. The objective of this study is to investigate the Delphi method, one of the methods that can be applied to architectural research. Experts on a particular topic are surveyed and their opinions are gathered using the Delphi technique. This research will explore several architectural research journals that have utilized the Delphi method, focusing on the methodology section of each study. Through this exploration, the reasons for employing the Delphi method in each research and its procedural implementation will be examined. The findings of this research can serve as a basis for consideration in selecting and appropriately utilizing the Delphi method in architectural research.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Arman Arisman, Iwan Sudradjat, Indah Widiastuti https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2569 The meaning and change in the function of communal space in Lamin house 2024-04-19T17:29:25+07:00 Abdul Mufti Radja muftiradja@unhas.ac.id Afifah Harisah iffahhusein@yahoo.co.id Mohammad Mochsen Sir mohammadmsir@yahoo.co.id Faizal Baharuddin f4ical.fb@gmail.com <p><em>In the modern era, many traditional houses have changed to functional spaces, as stated in several journals, including the Lamin house in East Kalimantan. The changes in spaces of traditional houses are caused by factors such as modernization, the economy, society, and others. Lamin houses, which have communal spaces with activities, have also shown indications of changes in functions. Therefore, the research purpose is to identify the changes in functions and their contributing factors, as well as to explore the meanings behind these functions. This research utilized a qualitative descriptive method with a phenomenological approach. Data collection techniques involved in-depth interviews and observations. The research findings indicate a shift in the functions of Lamin houses, which has an impact on the meaning of space and the addition of functions, accompanied by the meaning of behavior that maintains cultural aspects and encourages the economic sector. The factor causing the change is that the communal space has increased its tourism function. It is hoped that the results of this research will become the basis for maintaining the sustainability of the Lamin house as local architectural wisdom.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Abdul Mufti Radja, Afifah Harisah, Mohammad Mochsen Sir, Faizal Baharuddin https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2655 Prediction of potential deviations in settlement area space patterns based on cellular Automata in Mapanget District, Manado City 2024-04-19T17:27:01+07:00 Rieneke Lusia Evani Sela rienekesela@unsrat.ac.id Andy Anton Mangopa Malik andymalik@unsrat.ac.id Sonny Tilaar sony_tilaar@unsrat.ac.id Nadira Astuti Lestari nadiraastuti@gmail.com <p><em>Mapanget District is one of the administrative parts of Manado City which has service functions, namely housing and new settlements, tourism, and trade and services. The Mapanget District is part of the new city planning in the 2015–2019 RPJMN to account for unequal development in the city core.&nbsp; Predicting the development of residential land use is crucial to avoid uncontrollably detrimental effects on suburban communities. To forecast land development over 20 years, from 2022 to 2042, this study will employ spatial analysis based on the Geography Information System-Cellular Automata and weighting analysis using the Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) technique to analyze potential deviations in the spatial pattern development of Manado City settlements, particularly Mapanget District. The software used for this research's simulation procedure is LanduseSim 2.3.1, QGIS, and Archmap 10.8. According to the projection results, residential land use will vary during the following 20 years, starting in 1956.75 Ha, or a 201% increase, resulting from the most important driving factor, which is closeness to existing towns. 1106.79 Ha is the possible deviation depending on the direction of the spatial pattern plan for residential structures. It is advised to plan tall buildings, particularly for settlements, as the current residential land in Mapanget District exceeds both the carrying capacity and the land capacity as of 2042, according to the prediction results.</em></p> 2024-04-01T21:02:15+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Rieneke Lusia Evani Sela, Andy Anton Mangopa Malik, Sonny Tilaar, Nadira Astuti Lestari https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2715 Physical systems - Balinese cultural meaning in Three Monkeys Restaurant architecture in Sanur Bali 2024-04-19T17:29:11+07:00 Alwin Suryono Sombu alwin@unpar.ac.id Ryadi Adityavarman ryadi.adityavarman@colostate.edu John Petrus Talan johnp.talan@gmail.com <p><em>Bali's Sanur tourism sector is home to many well-known structures with unique, non-Balinese architectural styles. This paper aims to expose the Balinese physical-meaning system found in the Three Monkeys restaurant's architecture in Sanur. The approach is descriptive; first, the "physical" architecture is explained, followed by the "purpose of existence" and "essence." Open frontage, bottom level raised over the terrace, and an alang-alang roof supported by bamboo poles. There is an open figure to the left and north, with bamboo trees around it and a glass-block wall atop. a blend of Balinese traditional and modern architecture. The arrangement: an open pool acts as a mediator between the dining room, kitchen, and bathroom; the terrace is shaded by frangipani trees, and there is a place of prayer in the northeast corner. The upper rooms are conditioned, enclosed by glass walls, modern compared to the lower rooms. The terrace materials are traditional (alang-alang roof, parasol stone wall - bamboo), the lower dining room is a mix of traditional (bamboo wall, alang-alang roof, wooden furniture) and modern (polished concrete floor, glass-block wall), and the upper room is modern (frameless glass wall, stainless-steel railing). The traditional-modern Balinese blend is displayed through the building's figure, layout and materials.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Alwin Suryono Sombu, Ryadi Adityavarman, John Petrus Talan https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2778 The genomic tabulation of Kampung Tambora’s massing series 2024-04-19T17:28:56+07:00 Denny Husin denny@ft.untar.ac.id Olga Nauli Komala olgak@ft.untar.ft.ac.id <p>Well known as one of the most crowded and problematic urban kampungs in ASEAN since 2020, Tambora has been struggle with health, fire, and social problems. Its density is related to the composition between solid and void especially on the boundary as they control the accessibility while influencing the overall gesture of the kampung. Unfortunately, the majority of research related to boundaries is more interested in delineation rather than 3D relationships. Further investigation is required to understand its series of volumetric composition, configuration, and orientation to comprehend its architecture as a continuation of its geometrical investigation. As boundaries are relatively considered more stable locations, they exhibit intensity, complexity, and hybridity between formal and informal. A diverse collection of houses at these particular locations displays specific language while providing correlation. Genomic tabulation is utilized to interpret the kampung massing series' spatial quality. The QGIS instrument converts lines into volumes, with steps are follows: 1) collection of data, 2) conversion of 2D into 3D, and 3) interpretation of the samples. By focusing on the massing series at the kampung boundaries, the typology and morphology are emerged, providing various gaps and potentials as alternative solutions for building the kampung network.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Denny Husin, Olga Nauli Komala https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2789 The integration of urban fabric potential in the development of Mangiran Market to Fulfil the Indonesian traditional market standard project 2024-04-19T17:28:42+07:00 Nicolaus Nino Ardhiansyah nino.ardhiansyah@uajy.ac.id Trias Mahendarto nino.ardhiansyah@uajy.ac.id Agnes Gracia Quita nino.ardhiansyah@uajy.ac.id <p><em>The revitalisation of traditional market was prioritized by the Indonesian government to protect the unique socio-cultural space. This was achieved through a set of national standards designed to have a more organized and effective infrastructure to meet contemporary requirements. However, only a few have been able to comply with this high standard required. One of the distinct traditional markets without the capacity to fulfil the standards is Mangiran because of the limitations of the area. Therefore, this research investigated an alternative approach to integrate the urban fabric potential into the Mangiran market for the purpose of fulfilling the required standards. The approach was sued to review the national standard in order to have a new perspective and interpretation of traditional markets. The review was further assessed by collecting and analysing primary and secondary data using a qualitative method. The result showed that the integration of urban fabric into Mangiran market was advantageous in challenging the area limitation. This was achieved through the introduction of new types of customers to the market by diversifying the function using both tangible and intangible urban fabric potential.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Nicolaus Nino Ardhiansyah, Trias Mahendarto, Agnes Gracia Quita https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2894 Spatial configuration Based on Relationship between Buildings and Road Network in Kupang City, East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia 2024-04-19T17:28:27+07:00 Khoirunnisa Salsabila Tuhfah khoirunnisa.salsabila39@gmail.com Aqilla Farida Azzahra Arifin aqillaazzahra2000@gmail.com Muhammad Faza Izdhihar fazaizdh@gmail.com Amandus Jong Tallo amandustallo@gmail.com <p><em>Oebobo District has the highest density level among all sub-districts in Kupang City. The impact of population growth and circulation is that the mobility of people and goods often occurs quickly, thus hampering efficient observation. This research highlights the need for accurate recognition to develop recommended effective and optimal space management and utilization. The focus of this research is population movement patterns by considering spatial structure. Quantitative descriptive research method used over the space syntax approach on QGIS and DepthMapX softwares. Quantification is carried out on the connectivity value to measure the level of connection in the road network and the integration value to reflect the integration between spaces. With the highest connectivity and integration scores, Oebobo District has the potential to become the city center or main activity center in Kupang City.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Khoirunnisa Salsabila Tuhfah, Aqilla Farida Azzahra Arifin , Muhammad Faza Izdhihar, Amandus Jong Tallo https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/2956 Challenges of implementing the green building concept in Mosques 2024-04-19T17:28:13+07:00 Sahid Mochtar sahid@unpar.ac.id Anindhita Nugroho Sunartio didit@unpar.ac.id Aldyfra Luhulima Lukman aldyfra@unpar.ac.id Indri Astrina Indrarani Wirakusumah indri_astrina@unpar.ac.id Adam Ramadhan adam.ramadhan@unpar.ac.id Klarissa Lazuardi 6111901028@student.unpar.ac.id Cheryl Angeline 6111901031@student.unpar.ac.id <p><em>The Republic of Indonesia's Ministry of Religion reports more than 700,000 mosques in the country. Insufficient research has been conducted concerning this mosque-turned-building, particularly regarding how it may help the country accomplish its environmental commitments. The Istiqlal mosque received a green building assessment certificate (Excellence in Design for Greater Efficiency) from the International Finance Corporation in April 2022. This certificate should serve as a foundation for future research into the distinctive features of mosque building designs in Indonesia and their potential to contribute to accomplishing national environmental targets. Mosque buildings as an embodiment of the concept of Rahmatan Lil Alamin or mercy for all of nature should be in line with the concept of green buildings which strive to preserve nature. This research aims to determine the challenges of implementing the green building concept in mosque buildings with a case study of two mosques in the city of Bandung. To identify their traits, this study employed observational methods, case studies, and interviews with mosque managers. The Minister of Public Works Regulation Number 21 of 2021 about Green Building Performance Assessment will be employed to examine and assess the gathered data. The outcomes demonstrate that the low-performance value persists. Considerable work is required to achieve the desired results. In-depth talks with stakeholders are also required to map the distinctive qualities of mosque structures and identify methods in which they can support the realization of national environmental preservation objectives while also exemplifying the principles of Rahmatan lil Alamin.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Sahid Mochtar, Anindhita Nugroho Sunartio, Aldyfra Luhulima Lukman, Indri Astrina Indrarani Wirakusumah, Adam Ramadhan, Klarissa Lazuardi, Cheryl Angeline https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/3195 Re-interpreting the case study approach in architectural research 2024-04-19T17:27:58+07:00 Purnama Salura purnama.salura@gmail.com Stephanie Clarissa stephanieclarissa.sc@gmail.com <p><em>The case study is a research approach carried out in a natural, holistic, and in-depth setting about a unique, best practice, and bounded phenomenon. Even though it was rooted in social sciences, the case study has characteristics that are almost the same as a process of studying past architectural works (precedent studies) that have long been carried out in architecture. Unfortunately, precedent studies are sometimes only limited to documentation and descriptions of architectural works as physical objects, without critical, in-depth and holistic analysis of the decisions behind the design decisions of a precedent. On the other hand, previous research that discussed the case study approach in architecture tended to understand this approach as just a social research method that was simply applied in architectural research. Therefore, it is crucial to understand the terms of the 'case' itself. This research aims to provide a complete and in-depth understanding of the case study approach, to filter and elaborate this approach for architectural research. This research examines and elaborates on credible and recent literature on case study, both in social and architectural research. Elaboration from the literature review is used to formulate an operational framework based on architectural function-form-meaning. It is hoped that the results of this research will enrich architectural knowledge. The in-depth understanding is ultimately beneficial for improving existing architectural practices and becoming a source of knowledge for the general public.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Purnama Salura, Stephanie Clarissa https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/3264 Multi-scenario location-allocation in decision-making for improving educational facility services in Kupang City 2024-04-19T17:27:44+07:00 Amandus Jong Tallo amandustallo@gmail.com Ali A. Alraouf amandustallo@gmail.com Caesaryo Arif Wibowo amandustallo@gmail.com <p><em>Regional development is inseparable from the support of education facilities. Spatial disparities in education facilities' service scales occur unevenly in the Kupang city administration. Overlaying several thematic maps with Location-Allocation analysis provides a development scenario for placing education facilities. Secondary data in the form of the distribution of existing educational facilities, consisting of elementary schools, junior high schools , and senior high schools derived from Kupang City's Regional Spatial Plan (RTRW) data, road network and building distribution obtained based on Open Street Map (OSM) publications. Comparing the overall parameters, it can be recommended that the most efficient scenario that has the least positive impact and the least negative impact is the scenario with ¼ of the optimal number of new facilities for elementary and junior high schools, while for senior high schools there needs to be further consideration between the scenario with the optimal number and the scenario with ¼ of the optimal number of new facilities in Kupang City.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Amandus Jong Tallo, Ali A. Alraouf, Caesaryo Arif Wibowo https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/3276 SWOT analysis for development strategy for Silamci natural tourism object facilities in Garut 2024-04-19T17:27:30+07:00 Mentari Sucia mentari.sucia24@gmail.com Riska Belasunda mentasir@student.telkomuniversity.ac.id <p><em>Natural tourism contributes significantly to GDP (gross domestic product) and is a major part of the Indonesian economy. In 2022, Indonesia ranked 32nd in the Travel and Tourism Development Index (TTDI), indicating a 3.6 percent rise in the GDP contribution of tourism. The adoption of the "new normal" during the COVID-19 epidemic led to the emergence of the road trip and micro tourism trends, in which travelers mostly select nearby locations that are accessible by private vehicle. Local visitors play a critical role in fostering the expansion of tourism in many locations. As a possible travel destination in Indonesia, Garut continues to attempt to diversify travel experiences by emphasizing amenities, accessibility, and attractions (3A). The tourist destination Silamci in Garut demonstrates how private ownership may have a big impact on an organization's ability to supply funding, infrastructure, and personnel as well as raise the standard of expert management. The objective of this study is to employ SWOT analysis to evaluate the state of the facilities as they stand and to identify areas for development. Through the results of field observations, interviews, questionnaire distribution, and comparison studies of related research items, qualitative methodologies were employed in the study. It was determined that enhancing the variety of facilities offered frequently constitutes the primary goal of Silamci's innovation development strategy. It is envisaged that enhancing the facilities' quality will serve as the cornerstone for raising Silamci's different values.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Mentari Sucia, Riska Belasunda https://journal.unwira.ac.id/index.php/ARTEKS/article/view/3281 Disaster evacuation challenges in high-density urban neighborhood Kampung Code, Yogyakarta 2024-04-19T17:27:15+07:00 Khaerunnisa khaerunnisa@uajy.ac.id Katarina Evelyn Koncuru khaerunnisa@uajy.ac.id Mikhellon Kwa khaerunnisa@uajy.ac.id <p><em>The article discusses the challenges of disaster evacuation in the high-density urban neighborhood of Kampung Code in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The rapid urbanization along riverbanks in the area has led to increased vulnerability to flooding and other environmental hazards. The study aims to identify the characteristics and challenges of circulation routes for supporting disaster evacuation in riverbank settlements like the Kampung Code. The research uses a mixed-methods approach, including surveys, interviews, and observations, to gather data using a town-watching approach. The article emphasizes the importance of understanding the specific characteristics of space in these areas to enhance community resilience and disaster recovery. The study occurred in Kampung Jogoyudan, one of the most populated areas along the Code River, and serves as a model for understanding and addressing evacuation challenges in other high-density urban environments.</em></p> 2024-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Khaerunnisa, Katarina Evelyn Koncuru, Mikhellon Kwa