Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia 2023-09-07T14:06:39+07:00 Dr. Kaswanto Open Journal Systems <p><img style="vertical-align: top; float: left; margin-right: 10px;" src="/public/site/images/adminarl/cover_apr2017_web.jpg" alt="" width="150"></p> <p align="justify">Welcome to Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia (JLI). We are a leading Landscape Architectural Journal in Indonesia. The JLI is a periodical scientific peer reviewed publication hosted by Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture, IPB University collaborate with the Indonesian Society of Landscape Architects (IALI). The journal's aimed to enhance conceptual, scientific understanding and application in developing sustainable landscapes as a solution to landscape change. Various scientific disciplines and perspectives are needed to understand the landscape and harmonize the social and ecological values to ensure landscape sustainability. The articles with themes in Landscape Planning, Design, Management, and Landscape Plants; Planning and Development of urban and rural areas; Ecology and environment; Landscape ecological engineering; The history and culture of the landscape are welcome to submit to this journal. <strong>The JLI has also been accredited by General Higher Eduation, Research and Tecnology with Decree No. 158/E/KPT/2021 valid from Vol. 13 No. 1&nbsp; Year 2021 until 2025 (SINTA 3).</strong></p> Evaluasi Lanskap Agrowisata Desa Colol di Kabupaten Manggarai Timur 2023-04-06T19:53:59+07:00 Meta Jitro Gege Irawan Setyabudi Debora Budiyono <p><em>The development of agricultural tourism villages has a positive impact on the </em><em>agricultural sector and its people. Colol Village was designated by the Regional </em><em>Government of East Manggarai Regency as an Agrotourism Village because it has good </em><em>potential in coffee cultivation. This study evaluated tourism activities in Colol Village </em><em>Agrotourism and problems from various aspects such as biophysical, socio-cultural, </em><em>ecological, and tourism potential aspects. These problems must be considered to meet </em><em>the standards or criteria for agrotourism landscape of Colol Village in Indonesia. In </em><em>general, the problems formulation in this study includes the evaluation of the Colol</em><br><em>Village Agrotourism landscape according to the criteria as a tourist place, and </em><em>respondents’ opinions about Colol Village Agrotourism. The method used the KPI </em><em>assessment. KPI evaluation includes physical and biophysical aspects, socio-cultural </em><em>aspects, agrotourism potential, and ecology. The results show that the ecological aspects </em><em>of the Colol Village Agrotourism area based on an assessment of KPI 50, topographic </em><em>indicators, soil types, and indicators or hydrological systems with a value of 2 or good. </em><em>The biophysical aspect in the Colol Village Agrotourism area is based on a KPI </em><em>assessment of 66.6. Indicators of trees with optimal or maximum size with a score of 3, </em><em>land productivity with a score of 2, climate with rainfall with a minimum temperature </em><em>of 65% is very good with a score of 3. Socio-cultural aspects of the community based on </em><em>KPI assessment with a score of 62.5. Based on indicators of community participation in </em><em>planning, organizing, and spontaneous movement with a score of 3. The aspect of object </em><em>and attraction indicator assessment with a score of 81.25 is very good</em></p> 2023-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Gege Meta Jitro, Irawan Setyabudi, Debora Budiyono Analisis Kualitas Aset Taman Kota Berdasarkan Neighbourhood Green Space Tool di Taman Abdi Negara Kota Bandung 2023-09-07T13:45:45+07:00 Wida Oktavia Suciyani Husna Candranurani Oktavia Alshanda Ridarini <p><em>One of the city parks owned by Bandung City is Taman Abdi Negara. The area of </em><em>Taman Abdi Negara covers 4.1 ha. The condition of Taman Abdi Negara experienced </em><em>various damages such as the absence of a parking area, damage to the paving blocks of </em><em>the road surface for pedestrians, the absence of lighting in the garden area, the children's</em><br><em>play facilities were not maintained and left inoperative, the gazebo and seats were </em><em>damaged, many acts of vandalism, as well as dirty conditions with scattered garbage </em><em>and inadequate for visitors. This paper aims to analyze asset quality based on five </em><em>criteria, i.e. access, recreation facilities, amenities, natural features, and incivilities. This </em><em>study uses an exploratory method with data collection through observation and </em><em>interviews with the manager of Taman Abdi Negara. The results obtained show that the </em><em>asset quality of Taman Abdi Negara is based on the dimensions of adequate/medium </em><em>quality access, while the dimensions of recreation facilities, amenities, natural features </em><em>and incivilities are of poor quality. Thus, the overall asset quality of Taman Abdi Negara </em><em>is included in the category of poor. This is due to the poor quality of assets in the park </em><em>area, so it is necessary to plan for asset development and then carry out asset </em><em>maintenance activities in Taman Abdi Negara, Bandung City.</em></p> 2023-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Wida Oktavia Suciyani, Husna Candranurani Oktavia, Alshanda Ridarini Perencanaan Lanskap Kebun Bergizi pada Lahan Sempit Kampus Kartini Universitas Kristen Satya Wacana Salatiga 2023-04-06T14:48:01+07:00 Tusanto Alfred Jansen Sutrisno <p><em>Kartini Campus has a land that has not been utilized well. That land has medium extent but can be utilized effectively. One of the utilization that can be conducted is agricultural activities in narrow land. As of this research tried to make narrow land agricultural model that can be used to fulfill nutritional food needs of dormitory students. The research methods are calculate the area that can be utilized with direct measurement, calculate the nutrition needs of students by identifying and calculate the body weight divided by body weight standard based on age and gender, then multiplied by nutritional needs standard. Determine the type of plants by adjusting with the climate condition and nutritional needs. Research result show that there are 8 points that can be utilized for agricultural activities with total area is ± 3.450,94 m<sup>2</sup> (1) Block A (± 387,9 m<sup>2</sup>); (2) Block B (± 1.541,2 m<sup>2</sup>); (3) Block C (± 326,6 m<sup>2</sup>); (4) Block D (± 379,5 m<sup>2</sup>) (5) Block E (± 114.04 m<sup>2</sup>); (6) Block F (± 293,8 m<sup>2</sup>); (7) Block G (± 298.8 m<sup>2</sup>); and (7) Block H (± 109,1 m<sup>2</sup>). Nutritional needs of students is nutritional adequacy average of Kartini 11A dormitory students for energy ±2.489,525 kcal, protein 58,998 g, fat 83,069 g, and carbohydrate 342,285 g. So that there are several types of plants that are developed which are fruit plants (papaya) and vegetable plants (mustard, long beans, kale, spinach, and eggplant).</em></p> 2023-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Tusanto, Alfred Jansen Sutrisno Kajian Daya Dukung Atraksi Wisata di Taman Wisata Alam Lembah Harau Sumatera Barat 2023-04-06T14:48:10+07:00 Edrian Junarsa Syartinilia Wijaya Nurhayati Hadi Susilo Arifin <p><em>The Harau Valley Natural Tourism Park is one of the most popular destinations for local, domestic and foreign tourists in West Sumatra. The number of Harau Valley Natural Tourism Park tourists in 2018 increased by 37% from the previous year, which was 358,827 tourists. Increasing demand for tourism objects, especially in the Harau Valley Natural Tourism Park will unavoidably leads to further development of the park for tourism activities. Thus, consequently it will affect the park and its surroundings ecologically, socially, and economically. Studies on the carrying capacity of tourist areas are needed to minimize the impact caused by tourism activities. The purpose of this study is to identify and analyze the carrying capacity of the tourist area in the Harau Valley Natural Tourism Park. Data was collected using a survey method, namely field observations and literature studies which were then analyzed using the Douglass 1975 formula to identify carrying capacity for each tourist attraction. The results of the analysis of the carrying capacity of each tourist attraction were (1) natural recreation 85,056 people/year, (2) Boating is 7,802 people/year, (3) Swimming is 12,217 people/year, (4) Camping is 25,460 people/year, (5) Education and Research is 99,744 people/year, and (6) Photo hunting is 84,890 people /year. Hopefully, the results of the study can be used as future considerations in the development of the Harau Valley natural tourism park.</em></p> 2023-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Edrian Junarsa, Syartinilia Wijaya, Nurhayati Hadi Susilo Arifin Kajian Potensi Objek Daya Tarik Wisata Alam Karst Rammang-Rammang di Kabupaten Maros Provinsi Sulawesi Selatan 2023-09-07T13:55:38+07:00 Isramirawaty Agus Mandong Tati Budiarti Aris Munandar <p><em>The Rammang-Rammang Karst landscape is part of the Maros-Pangkep Karst Area </em><em>(KKMP) which is the second largest and most beautiful in the world after the karst area</em><em>in China. This research aimed to examine the potential for existing of the Rammang-Rammang Karst landscape and assess the feasibility of developing the RammangRammang Karst potential. The research location is in the Rammang-Rammang Karst </em><em>landscape which is located in Salenrang Village, Bontoa District, Maros Regency, </em><em>South Sulawesi Province. This research was conducted from October 2019 to December </em><em>2021. This research used one data analysis, namely an Analysis of Operational Areas – </em><em>Natural Tourism Objects and Attractions (ADO-ODTWA) to identify potential </em><em>development of the Rammang-Rammang Karst landscape. The findings are overall, the </em><em>Rammang-Rammang Karst landscape has a development feasibility index of 81% </em><br><em>indicating that it has a high potential to be developed for ecotourism areas. The potential </em><em>with each of these feasibility indexes consists of 97% tourist attraction, 93% </em><em>accessibility, 42% accommodation, and 92% facilities and infrastructure. The </em><em>accommodation criteria have a low eligibility index compared to the others. </em></p> 2023-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Isramirawaty Agus Mandong, Tati Budiarti, Aris Munandar Perencanaan Lanskap untuk Pelestarian Budaya Kasepuhan Sinar Resmi Kabupaten Sukabumi Berdasarkan Pendekatan Bioregion 2023-04-06T19:56:41+07:00 Alvira Maisya Arrasiansi Qodarian Pramukanto <p><em>Kasepuhan Sinar Resmi is one of the Kasepuhan that has long inhabited lived in the </em><em>Mount Halimun Salak National Park (TNGHS) and utilizes part of the TNGHS area </em><em>to meet their basic needs by farming in the fields (huma) and in the rice fields. However, </em><em>after the expansion of the TNGHS area, access to utilize the natural resources for </em><em>agriculture cultivation activities has decreased. Moreover, by increasing the population </em><em>with a growth rate of 0.95% need more agricultural cultivation in order to be able to </em><em>supply adequate staple food. This is very influential in decreasing the quantity of food </em><em>production to meet consumption needs. The purpose of this research is to plan the </em><em>landscape for the preservation of Kasepuhan Sinar Resmi based on bioregion. A </em><em>bioregion is a geographical area, the boundaries of which are not defined by the </em><em>administrative or political system but are limited by cultural and natural features. The </em><em>research stages consist of preparation, inventory, analysis, synthesis, and planning. The </em><em>analysis was carried out to identify problems in each bioregion by looking at the balance </em><em>of food needs (rice) and the existence of production land in huma and rice fields. Due to </em><em>limited production land, it is necessary to optimize existing land resources. Synthesis </em><em>is carried out by evaluating the potential and problems in each bioregion unit. The </em><em>results of the evaluation are used as a direction for the concept of the landscape plan. </em><em>The final result of this research is presented as a landscape plan map for the preservation </em><em>of Kasepuhan Sinar Resmi.&nbsp;</em></p> 2023-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Alvira Maisya Arrasiansi, Qodarian Pramukanto Ecological Wisdom Research Trends Over Decade in Landscape Planning 2023-09-07T14:06:39+07:00 Rosyi Damayanti Manningtyas Katsunori Furuya <p><em>Ecological wisdom has become an emerging field in the context of landscape planning and design practices for achieving sustainability and resilience. Several scholars have published empirical research papers in this field, and some have also conducted reviews to explore its concept and framework. However, since the empirical research varies, no study has made a systematic literature review and thus encountered difficulties in determining the research topic and problem. Moreover, the research approach and data analysis method could differ based on study site characteristics. Therefore, this study aims to identify and analyze the research topic and problem discussed, site characteristics, and methodology of ecological wisdom studies from 2012 to 2021 by conducting systematic literature reviews involving descriptive analysis, and thematic analysis. The analysis of selected primary studies revealed that recent ecological wisdom studies focus on four topics: exploration, in-depth concept, method introduction, and evidence-based study. Most of the problems discussed in primary studies have focused on acquiring and applying ecological wisdom in practice for contemporary planning and design related to landscape sustainability and resiliency. The characteristics of the study sites were grouped into four categories: sites with unique landscape features, historical or preserved sites, sites with environmental problems or limitations, and sites with high biodiversity. The research methodology developed in ecological wisdom studies uses one or a combination of qualitative, quantitative, and/or spatial approaches involving field measurements and spatial modelling. Finally, the contribution, limitation, and opportunities for future improvements.</em></p> 2023-04-01T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Rosyi Damayanti Manningtyas, Katsunori Furuya