Studi Pengembangan Bentuk Yamaha SCORPIO Z dengan Style Cafe Racer

Arlanda, Ryan Prayogi (2017) Studi Pengembangan Bentuk Yamaha SCORPIO Z dengan Style Cafe Racer. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Bahkan jika beberapa orang berpendapat untuk membenarkan bahwa sepeda motor bisa menjadi sebuah karya seni, banyak juga yang tidak sependapat untuk menempatkan sepeda motor dengan berbagai bentuk karya seni konvesional lainnnya di galeri seni (Craig, B. 2007). Kustomfest adalah sebuah festival motor yang diadakan pada tanggal 8-9 Oktober 2015 di Jogja Expo Center (JEC). Total 25.000 pengunjung, 20.500 pengunjung lokal, 1500 pengunjung internasional dan 3000 undangan. Pada festival tersebut tercatat ada 132 motor kustom dan 17 mobil kustom dipamerkan di area indoor Jogja Expo Center (JEC) selama dua hari. Sebagian besar motor kustom menggunakan mesin tua sebagai basis kendaraan seperti Kawasaki Binter Merzy ataupun Yamaha Scorpio Z. Yamaha Scorpio Z pertama kali dipasarkan di Indonesia pada tahun 2001. Yamaha Scorpio Z biasanya dijumpai dalam keadaan yang kurang terawat dan terkesan kurang layak secara visual. Pada perancangan ini, penulis akan mendesain sepeda motor dengan style Café Racer berbasis Yamaha Scorpio Z yang sebelumnya sudah dilakukan pemilihan basis kendaraan terhadap 3 kompetitor, Honda Tiger dan Kawasaki Binter Merzy (MSCA). Proses desain dimulai dari pengumpulan data pustaka dari berbagai sumber yang relevan seperti buku, web ataupun jurnal dan observasi lapangan dengan menggunakan metode story telling, card sorting, dan expert interview. Konsep dari Café Racer yang diangkat adalah Modern, dengan kata kunci : Streamline, Geomteri Bodywork, dan Less Fanciful, dengan mempertimbangkan faktor material, proses produksi dan ergonomi pada saat operasional. ================================================================= Even if some people were willing to concede that motorcycles can be artworks, many would be unwilling to place them ‘up there’ with other more conventional art forms (Craig, B. 2007). Kustomfest is an international festival held in Jogja from 8th – 9th October 2016. Total of 22.000 visitors, 20.500 locals and 1.500 foreigners, come and appriciate 132 custom motorcycles and 17 custom cars. Most custom motorcycles use old engines as the vehicle basis, such as Kawasaki Binter Merzy or Yamaha Scorpio Z. Yamaha Scorpio Z is first marketed in Indonesia in 2006. Yamaha Scorpio Z is commonly in a bad condition and visually unpleasant. In this project, Yamaha Scorpio Z is customized in the genre of Cafe Racer. The design is expected to create its own image visually, and adds value to the motorcycle. The design process starts from collecting literature data and observing fields using planned methods. These methods include story-telling, card-sorting, and affinty diagram. The observation result is then processed and contain a simple concept to answer the corresponding design concept. The Cafe Racer concept is modern. Streamline, speed and power and less fanciful are the keywords in the implementation of the design concept, and is expected to be able to answer the styling required for the national and International Festival, specific motorcycle events with the consideration of material factors, production process and operational ergonomics.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Kustomfest, Yamaha Scorpio, Café Racer, Modern
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NB Sculpture
N Fine Arts > NX Arts in general
T Technology > TS Manufactures
T Technology > TT Handicrafts Arts and crafts
Divisions: Faculty of Civil Engineering and Planning > Industrial Design Product > (S1) Undergraduate Theses
Depositing User: Ryan Prayogi Arlanda
Date Deposited: 26 Oct 2017 07:15
Last Modified: 11 Dec 2017 02:22
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/48786

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