Water as Experimental Living Space: Arsitektur Sebagai Media Adaptasi Manusia Terhadap Skenario Jakarta Tenggelam

Chandrabuana, Chrisnanda Januar (2020) Water as Experimental Living Space: Arsitektur Sebagai Media Adaptasi Manusia Terhadap Skenario Jakarta Tenggelam. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Perancangan ini didasarkan pada kondisi tanah Jakarta yang menurun 15cm pada tiap tahunnya. Hal ini berujung pada prediksi bahwa pada tahun 2050, beberapa bagian wilayah Jakarta Utara akan tenggelam hingga 4-5m dibawah permukaan air laut. Hal ini tentunya akan berdampak besar pada kehidupan masyarakat Jakarta di tahun 2050, khususnya pada ketersediaan lahan huni Kota Jakarta. Perancangan ini akan mencoba merespon permasalahan skenario ini secara arsitektural. Objek rancang difokuskan kepada proses perpindahan habitat manusia dari darat ke laut. Proses adaptasi pada perpindahan habitat manusia tentunya harus mengarah pada aspek fisik dan mental manusia. Untuk mendukung hal ini, pendekatan desain tertuju pada resilience to adaptation untuk mendukung adaptasi fisik, dan environmental psychology untuk mendukung adaptasi psikis manusia. Metode yang digunakan untuk mencapai tujuan rancang adalah kontrol stimulasi, biofilik, dan scenario-buffered architecture. Pengintegrasian stimulasi alam pada bangunan akan menjadi aspek utama yang menjadi penentu kesehatan mental dan fisik manusia. Untuk itu arsitektur hadir dengan tema aquascape yang dapat menanggapi aspek alam secara utuh. Bangunan mengimplementasikan keseimbangan antara keterpaparan manusia pada alam, dan juga wadah yang melindungi manusia dari alam pada skala individual dan komunitas. Dari pengimplementasian tersebut, kapasitas adaptif manusia akan tercapai dari terciptanya keseimbangan stimulasi alam. Kata Kunci: Perpindahan, adaptasi, stimulasi, aquascape ==================================================================================================================== This architectural design is based on the condition of Jakarta’s land condition which decreases by 15 cm each year. This led to the prediction that in 2050, some parts of North Jakarta would sink up to 4-5m below sea level. This certainly will have a major impact on the lives of Jakarta’s citizens in 2050, especially on the availability of habitable land in the City of Jakarta. This design will try to respond to the problems of this scenario architecturally. This design object is focused on the process of moving human habitats from land to the sea. Adaptation process of human habitat transfer must lead to both physical and psychological aspect of human adaptation. To support this idea, the design approach is aimed at resilience to adaptation, to support physical human adaptation, and environmental psychology to support human psychological adaptation. The methods used to achieve those design objectives are stimulation control, biophilic, and scenario-buffered architecture. Integrating natural stimulation into the building will be the main aspect that determines human mental and physical health. For that, architecture comes with the theme of aquascape that can respond to aspects of nature as a whole. The building will implement the balance between human exposure to nature, and also as the container that protects humans from dangerous natural aspects on the scale of individual and community. From this implementation, human adaptive capacity will be achieved from the creation of natural stimulation balance. Keywords: Transfer, adaptation, stimulation, aquascape

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSA 711.4 Cha w-1
Uncontrolled Keywords: Perpindahan, adaptasi, stimulasi, aquascape, Transfer, adaptation, stimulation, aquascape
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > NA2542.36 Sustainable architecture
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > NA9051 Residential areas. Site planning
Divisions: Faculty of Civil, Planning, and Geo Engineering (CIVPLAN) > Architecture > 23201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: Chrisnanda Januar Chandrabuana
Date Deposited: 18 Aug 2020 03:49
Last Modified: 25 Sep 2020 08:44
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/78842

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