Implementation of Architectural Ecological Concepts in Cultural Resort Design in Coastal Area A Case Study of Kubu Beach, Pangkalanbun, Kotawaringin District, West Kalimantan

  • Ryan Adam Mustaqim Universitas Teknologi Yogyakarta
  • Endang Setyawati Setyawati Universitas Teknologi Yogyakarta
Keywords: site culture resort, architecture ecology

Abstract

Abstract
The issue of global warming and its impact on the environment requires urgent consideration from the
profession of architecture. One of the ideas for using the notion of ecology as an application and reaction
to the issue of environmental harm is to create tourism destination amenities in the form of resorts in
coastal areas. The issue that planners face is how to keep the resort building's architecture in keeping with
the site's culture. The implementation of the concept of architectural ecology was employed in the design
of the resort building on Kubu beach, based on the existing challenges. The implementation is carried out
by attempting to keep the place cultivated as a green space. The Resort on Kubu Beach, which is one of
Kotawaringin Regency's green space areas (GSA), incorporates the notion of architectural ecology into its
design, both in terms of outdoor space and residential buildings and facilities. One of the design solutions
is to make use of the natural environment while still providing the modern amenities that today's society
requires.
Keywords: site culture resort, architecture ecology

Submitted
2022-03-20
Accepted
2022-07-30
How to Cite
Adam Mustaqim, R., & Setyawati, E. S. (2022). Implementation of Architectural Ecological Concepts in Cultural Resort Design in Coastal Area A Case Study of Kubu Beach, Pangkalanbun, Kotawaringin District, West Kalimantan. International Journal of Engineering Technology and Natural Sciences, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.46923/ijets.v4i1.136