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Colonial city pattern in Indonesia using depth calculation: introduction to study ratio on master plans using DepthMapX

[error in script] (2018) Colonial city pattern in Indonesia using depth calculation: introduction to study ratio on master plans using DepthMapX. ICIAP International Conference on Indonesian Architecture and Planning: Design and Planning in the Disruptive Era. pp. 634-641. ISSN 978-97998815-8-8

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Abstract

Most cities in the world try to apply the concept of sustainable in every development. Improper city planning is usually caused by not paying attention to the early pattern of the city. In the context of Indonesia, consideration is not given to the original planning of cities, as they had existed from the time of its initial colonization. This provokes the question of what a sustainable urban form may be. Disruptive innovations have historically offered significant promise in the speeding up of development for the sake of increasing urban activity. In this study, such disruptive innovations in urban patterns were investigated using the Space Syntax approach. The object of the study was cities that had undergone planning during the Dutch colonial era. This study used Depth Calculation (DC) methods to get the ratio of similarity between cities involved. The master plans involved in the study were those of two cities in the Netherlands (Amsterdam and Delft) and three cities in Indonesia (Bandung, Semarang, and Malang). The maps calculated the depth of cities and then performed ratio analysis using DepthMapX. The results showed that there is a similarity of DC in the master plans between cities in Indonesia planned by Herman Thomas Karsten. The resulting ratios were hoped to indicate how much difference there is between colonial city pattern in Indonesia (CCPI) and city pattern in the Netherlands. This study will hopefully contribute to a better understanding of Indonesian city planning in line with Sustainable Urban Forms.

Item Type: Article
Additional Information: Pindo Tutuko NIDN: 0002077201
Uncontrolled Keywords: Colonial City Pattern in Indonesia (CCPI); Connectivity; Depth Calculation (DC); DepthMapX; Space Syntax; Sustainable Urban Form
Divisions: Fakultas Teknik > S1 Teknik Arsitektur
Depositing User: Users 14 not found.
Date Deposited: 17 Mar 2020 02:28
Last Modified: 17 Mar 2020 02:28
URI: https://eprints.unmer.ac.id/id/eprint/151

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