Tendensi Cetak Biru - Alternatif Desain Stadion

Ely, Faris Salman (2020) Tendensi Cetak Biru - Alternatif Desain Stadion. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Olympia, Yunani, 776 SM, Coroebus of Elis seorang juru masak dari kota Elis, Pelloponnese, Yunani melewati garis akhir sebuah lintasan 600 kaki (192m) dengan berlari, lintasan memanjang yang kemudian dinamakan stadion. Perkembangan stadion terus berkembang saat penyelenggaraan Olimpiade modern dilaksanakan pada tahun 1986. Negara-negara maju saat itu melihat Olimpiade sebagai sebuah ajang yang dapat merepresentasikan kekuatan Negara mereka, tidak sebatas pada berapa medali yang diraih, lebih dari itu ada sebuah ‘tendensi’ untuk membangun infrastruktur fasilitas penyelenggaraan Olimpiade dengan masif, Tipologi stadion pun merambah ke-seluruh dunia. ‘Tendensi’ seperti itu kemudian menjadi hal yang biasa dalam proses sebuah negara menjadi Tuan Rumah ajang olahraga hingga saat ini. Kini di abad 21, tipologi stadion terus mengalami perkembangan. Namun imaji stadion yang masif, tertutup, serta bersifat eventual masih sangat umum diterapkan pada desain stadion baru, dalam hal ini berfokus pada stadion berskala menengah. Pada akhirnya akan timbul pertanyaan serta isu terkait fungsi dan keberadaanya baik sebelum konstruksi dimulai hingga pasca konstruksi. Objek desain yang dikembangkan adalah alternatif desain stadion berskala menengah, dengan tujuan untuk menjadikan stadion sebagai Urban Catalyst, hal tersebut dicapai dengan menciptakan ‘ruang’ stadion yang dapat digunakan untuk aktifitas yang bersifat repetitif. Terdapat tiga aspek utama yang mendasar untuk menciptakan dan memaksimalkan ‘ruang’ tersebut, yaitu visual, konektivitas, dan efisiensi penataan. Pada akhirnya fungsi serta keberadaan stadion yang berskala masif dapat memberi timbal balik positif bagi lingkungan disekitarnya. ======================================================== Olympia, Greece, 776 BC, Coroebus of Elis a cook from the town of Elis, Pelloponnese, Greece crossed the finish line of a 600 foot (192m) track by running, a rectangular shaped track which was later called the stadium. The development of the stadium continued to develop when the first modern Olympics were held in 1986. Developed countries at that time saw the Olympics as an event that could represent the strength of their Nation, not just limited to the number of medals won by their athlete, more than that, there was a 'tendency' to build an infrastructure for hosting the Olympics with massive facilities, the typology of the stadium was extended throughout the world. Such 'tendencies' have become commonplace in the process of a country becoming the host of a sporting event to date. Now in the 21st century, the typology of stadiums continues to develop. However, the image of a massive object, closed space, and eventual arena, is still very commonly applied to new stadium designs, in this case focusing on medium-scale stadiums. In the end, questions and issues related to its function and existence will arise from before construction begins to post construction. The design object developed is an alternative medium-scale stadium design, with the aim of making the stadium as an Urban Catalyst, this is achieved by creating a stadium 'space' that can be used for repetitive activities. There are three main aspects that are fundamental to creating and maximizing the "space", namely, visuals, connectivity and efficiency in area programming. In the end, the function and existence of a massive stadium can provide positive feedback to the surrounding environment.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Stadium, Tendency, Perimeter, Urban Catalyst, Stadion, Tendensi, Perimeter, Urban Katalis
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > NA2542.36 Sustainable architecture
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > NA9074 Pedestrian areas
N Fine Arts > NC Drawing Design Illustration
Divisions: Faculty of Civil, Planning, and Geo Engineering (CIVPLAN) > Architecture > 23201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: Faris Salman Ely
Date Deposited: 20 Aug 2020 07:45
Last Modified: 20 Aug 2020 07:45
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/79439

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