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2nd ICRP 2017

The Joint Conference of
International Conference of Rebuilding Place – AVAN

(ICRP-AVAN)

Banda Aceh, October, 18-19, 2017

 

 

The global rise of local tradition (wisdom) studies in recent decades has been a story of crossing cultures and transcending boundaries of disciplines. There has been significant return to the local tradition (wisdom) both in academic debates and practices for several reasons. Local tradition (wisdom) has been identified as a source of reference and solution for the global problems of identity formation, the disaster risk prevention, the global environmental problems, among others. In the middle of global influences in which the world is without border and placeless, local tradition has become a source of reference for establishing local identity formation.

In addition, local wisdom has significant roles in disaster mitigation and resilience. When the 2004 Tsunami Disaster hit Aceh, for example, it is evident that local wisdom, the oral history of Smong has saved many lives in Simeuleu Island. People sought refuge to the hills around the island. Therefore, the 2017 International Conference on Architecture aims to explore the value of the local tradition as part of present and future design and planning.

In doing this conference takes opportunity to promote a main theme “Reinvention of Local Tradition” and invites interdisciplinary, cross-cultural and integrated studies and perspectives on examining the roles of local tradition in architectural design and planning. The conference invites not only theoretical debates, but also practical experiences of reinventing local wisdoms for present and future needs.

 

Sub-themes:

Under this theme, there are several potential sub-themes invited.

 

Local tradition and sustainable architecture

  1. Green design and local tradition
  2. Local tradition and building construction
  3. Reinvention tradition for urban planning and design
  4. Natural disaster mitigation through local architecture tradition
  5. Local tradition as a source of architectural science.

Building innovation and new technologies

  1. Building Performance and material
  2. Sustainable building and space management
  3. Environmental and humantechnological impacts and risks
  4. Building livable communities and economics sustainable

Venue:

Date                  : October 18-19, 2017

Venue                : Hermes Palace Hotel, Banda Aceh, Indonesia.

 

Speaker:

Dr. (H.C) Ir. Tri Rismaharini, M.T (Mayor of Surabaya, Indonesia)

Assoc. Prof. Sr Dr MD. Yusof Hamid (Rector of Universiti Teknologi MARA Perak Branch, Malaysia)

Prof. Ryusuke Naka, Ph.D (Design and Architecture Department, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan)

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Mohd Sabriza B Abd Rashid (Universiti Teknologi MARA Perak Branch, Malaysia)

Darren Fong (School of Art, Architecture and Design, University of South Australia, Australia)

 

 

 

PROCEEDING

The Joint Conference of

The 2nd International Conference on Rebuilding Place – AVAN 2017

 

Theme:

“Reinvention of Local Tradition & New Technologies for Sustainability”

Banda Aceh, October 18 – 19, 2017

 

 

Table of Contents

THE “ACEH METHOD” AS A MODE OF “SEEING” VERNACULAR KNOWLEDGE

Julie Nichols, Darren Fong, Naufal Fadhil

 

THE DEVELOPMENT OF ACEHNESE TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE IN LUBUK VILLAGE BASED ON LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

Erna Meutia, Izziah, Dyah Erti Idawati

 

THE REINSTALLATION AND CONSERVATION OF MALAY TRADITIONAL BUILDINGSE

Afzanizam Muhammad, Siti Norlizaiha Harun, Norhasandi Mat

 

THE FUNDAMENTAL STUDY ON RELATION OF THE ORGANIZATION CULTURE AND WORKPLACE

Yuki Katagiri, Yuji Matsumoto, Ryusuke Naka

 

DEVELOPMENT OF MEASUREMENT SYSTEM IN PAYANGO (A TRADITIONAL BUILDING PLANNING SYSTEM) TO MEASURE COMPLEX BUILDING SHAPES

Abdi Gunawan Djafar

 

THE CRITICAL DEFECTS OF HERITAGE MOSQUES IN PERAK, MALAYSIA

Kartina Alauddin, Mohd Fisal Ishak, Muhammad Azim Muhamad Wazir

 

HISTORIC URBAN LANDSCAPE: ITS POSSIBILITIES AND CHALLENGES IN BANDA ACEH

Era Nopera Rauzi, Cut Dewi

 

A REVIEW OF AUTHENTICITY IN ADAPTIVE REUSE OF HERITAGE BUILDINGS IN MALAYSIA

Hasni Suryani Mat Hasan, Lilawati Ab Wahab, Dzulkarnaen Ismail

 

DESIGN GUIDELINES SPATIAL PATTERN OF BUILT AREA IN TRANS KALIMANTAN CORRIDOR WITH ECOLOGICAL CITY CONCEPT

Nunik Hasriyanti, Andi Zulestari Z., Palupi Ikayanti

 

 

THE MEANING OF CULTURALLY-BASED SASADU TRADITIONAL HOUSE SPACES A CASE STUDY ON THE SAHU COMMUNITY IN WEST HALMAHERA NORTH MALUKU

Hikmansyah,  Bambang Setioko,  Atik Suprati

 

SELECTION CRITERIA OF INTERIOR FLOOR FINISHES IN AFFORDABLE HOUSES FOR SUSTAINABLE LIVING ENVIRONMENT

Nurrajwani Abdul Halim, Siti Norlizaiha Harun, Azizul Azli Ahmad

 

GREEN BUILDING MATERIALS: SUSTAINABILITY ENERGY PERFORMANCE THROUGH APPLICATION FOR LOW-ENERGY INDOOR ECO-FRIENDLY

Anas Zafirol Abdullah Halim, Sallehan Ismail, Mohd Fareh Majid, Muhammad Redza Rosman,

Jannatun Naemah Ismam

 

EMPIRICAL RESEARCH APPROACH FOR STRATIFIED RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION WASTE QUANTIFICATION AND TOLERANCE

Nur Amierah Harun, Asmalia Che Ahmad, Faridah Ismail

 

THE INNOVATION OF FLOOD RESISTANT FOUNDATION : DEVELOPMENT STUDY AND RELIABILITY OF ARK’A MODULAM (MODULE OF AMPHIBIOUS), WITH VARIOUS FLOATING MATERIALS THROUGH THE MODEL PHYSICAL TEST

Wijanarka, Rudi Waluyo

 

ENGAGING RURAL COMMUNITIES WITH SOLAR ELECTRIFICATION DURING FLOOD DISASTER: THE CASE STUDY OF FELDA

Siti Jamiah Tun Jamil, Nur Azfahani Ahmad, Jasrul Jamian Jasiman

 

VULNERABILITY AND SPATIAL DYNAMICS ADAPTATION OF COASTAL AREAS OF BANDA ACEH CITY IN XVI-XXI CENTURY

Elysa Wulandari

 

TREE REMOVAL APPLICATION BY URBAN DWELLERS: A CASE STUDY OF KAJANG LOCAL AUTHORITY

Helmi Hamzah, Noriah Othman, Nur Huzeima Mohd Hussain

 

A REVIEW OF RESILIENCE CRITERIA TO STRENGTHEN PHYSICAL COMPONENTS TOWARDS NATURAL DISASTERSE

Ezzat Fahmi Ahmad, Ida Nianti Mohd Zin, Kartina Alauddin

 

BUILDING DENSITY ATTRIBUTE TOWARDS SNATCH THEFT INCIDENTS

Anith Nabilah binti Mustafa, Siti Rasidah Md. Sakip

 

THE LANGUAGE OF ART INSTALLATION TOWARDS FEAR OF CRIME

Siti Rasidah Md Sakip

 

A STUDY ON EFFECT OF THE COLOR ON WORKER’S ACTIVITY IN WORK PLACES

Tezuka Miyuki, Naka Ryusuke, Matsumoto Yuji

 

THE DESIGN OF GLOW-IN-THE-DARK STEPPING STONE FOR ATTRACTIVE GARDEN DECORATION

Siti Hajar Ismail, Nor Nazida Awang, Rusmadiah Anwar

 

ACCESSIBILITY ASSESSMENT IN THE ‘MASJID’ FOR PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES (PWDS) USING A UNIVERSAL DESIGN

A.H. Mohamed, Y.A. Talib, S. N. Haron

 

RELATIONSHIP OF TRAFFIC FLOW VOLUME WITH PARKING AND PARKING MANEUVER AT JALAN T. UMAR BANDA ACEH

Mirza Mahmud

 

THERMAL PERFORMANCE IN WORSHIP SPACE OF OLD MOSQUE - SANG CIPTA RASA, KERATON KASEPUHAN CIREBON, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA

Amirani Ritva, Eka Widiyananto

 

THERMAL COMFORT IN RUMAH KUTAI

Husna Mohamad Afifi

 

PROBABILISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE CARBONATION OF A CONCRETE STRUCTURE IN INDONESIAN TROPICAL CLIMATE

Herry Prabowo, Mochamad Hilmy