Randy Pratama S.,Adhi Tama Surabaya Institute of Technology |
Widjajanti W.W.,Adhi Tama Surabaya Institute of Technology
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research | Year: 2016
The issue of development of border regions has become one of the issues that is quite important at the national level. All this time development policies tend to see the border region as a last page that have received less attention, resulting in the development gap either physically, socially or economically. With today's new paradigm, development policy has been oriented so that the future border area appears to be the front page that can be used as a gateway to economic activity and trade with neighboring countries. At the regional level the main problems that a major issue is the welfare of the people is still low which is characterized by high poverty. Substance studies examined aspects of the physical and non-physical. The assessment includes the physical aspects of compliance with the architectural concept of the tourist village self based on increased prosperity by utilizing the resources around in maintaining regional identity as well as a traditional settlement tourist village which can be introduced to all the people of Indonesia as well as foreign tourists. Assessment of non-physical aspects include the socio-cultural, economic, building function, and the role of the building as a tourist village. The assessment aims to increase the sense of place in the border area retains its identity as a traditional settlement area as well as tourist village. Using analytical methods, the design will be strongly influenced by the process done before. The process includes fixing the problem, field data collection, literature, typology, programming analysis, synthesis, schematic design, and drafting of design patterns. With their guidance is expected to design development activities in the border region can be implemented in a focused, integrated, effective and efficient, providing the design innovation of independent travel village to the frontier society based on local resources, the people of Indonesia and foreign tourists. © Research India Publications.