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Volume 280, 2019The 5th International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment (ICSBE 2018)
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|Published online||08 May 2019|
The Effect of Sungai Bilu’s Riverside Design to the Physical Characteristics of the Riverside Architectural Spatial Identities in Banjarmasin
Department of Architecture, Universitas Muhammadiyah Banjarmasin
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The growth of population, the urbanization phenomenon, andeconomy factor raise the amount of riverside settlement in Banjarmasin. Theincrease of the riverside settlement also raises an equal amount of problemssuch as the slum existence, reducing the river width-space, and architecturalidentity. To solve this problem, the government was beginning to design theriverside settlement. As a pilot project, the government has begun to designthe Sungai Bilu Riverside settlement on the Martapura Riverside. Theriverside ideal design should not drop the characteristic of the spatial andarchitectural riverside settlement identity of Banjarmasin but strengthen. There are some changes in Sungai Bilu’s Riverside settlement design. Thefirst is the new design of titian, second is the fence design, and the last is thechanging material. Based on the research, the design is not in line with thephysical characteristic of the Banjarmasin Riverside settlement.
Key words: physical characteristics / riverside design / spatial identity / settlement
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