Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture 2023-08-19T08:32:05+07:00 Anak Agung Ayu Ratih Tribhuana Adityadewi Karang Open Journal Systems <p><a href="">Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture (JARINA)</a> is currently accepting manuscripts from professionals, teachers, researchers, and students in various backgrounds, including the following disciplines:</p> <ul> <li>Architecture</li> <li>Urban Design</li> <li>Building Sciences</li> <li>Informatics Engineering in Architecture</li> <li>Neuro - Psychology in Architecture</li> </ul> <p><a href="">Topics of interest</a> may include but not limited to: digital art, informatics, neuroscience, and technology in architecture.</p> <p> </p> <p>The first volume will be <strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;">free of article processing charge.</span></strong></p> <p><strong><span style="text-decoration: underline;"> </span></strong></p> <p>JARINA publishes twice a year in <strong>February and August</strong></p> Front Matter of JARINA Vol.2 No.2, 2023 2023-08-19T08:07:35+07:00 Prasasto Satwiko 2023-08-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Prasasto Satwiko Back Matter of Jarina Vol. 2 No.2 ,2023 2023-08-19T08:17:45+07:00 Prasasto Satwiko 2023-08-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Prasasto Satwiko Passive Window Energy Performance in Buildings: Modeling of Apartment Buildings in Indonesia 2023-01-20T14:38:24+07:00 Laurentius Kevin Hendinata Nur Abdillah Siddiq Ahmad Ilham Rokhul Fikri Michael Alfano Suprapto Ribka Prilia <p>Along with urban growth in urban areas and energy consumption, which continues to increase every year, the selection of windows in the initial design is essential to obtain buildings that are not energy intensive. Selecting the correct window in the blueprint design reduces building energy consumption. Smart windows, especially thermochromic windows, are one of the most promising window technologies because they are the most economical and have passive control with zero energy input, which holds good promise for energy-saving applications. Apart from that, double-glazing windows are also frequently used in energy-saving applications. Therefore, a study compared the energy-saving potential of thermochromic and double-glazing windows to clear glass windows, using computer modeling through EnergyPlus, in high-rise apartment buildings in cities throughout Indonesia's diverse climates. From the modeling results, total energy consumption can be reduced by around 8.91% to 10.96% of total building energy consumption by replacing the conventional clear glass with double-glazing windows or more able to reduce about 20.22% to 24.19% by replacing the conventional clear glass with thermochromic windows. Furthermore, this potential varies depending on geometric shapes, materials, building facades, local climate, and building orientation. Nevertheless, considering the potential benefits, these windows are highly suitable for application in buildings seeking to reduce their energy consumption and improve energy efficiency.</p> 2023-08-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Laurentius Kevin Hendinata, Nur Abdillah Siddiq, Ahmad Ilham Rokhul Fikri, Michael Alfano Suprapto, Ribka Prilia A Comparative Study of Natural Lighting Quality in Sharia Housing Based on Daylight Factor Evaluation Using Autodesk Revit 2023-04-10T12:50:41+07:00 Angga Perdana <p>The Islamic residential concept is the famous tagline that several real estate developers chose for their housing products today; it attracts customer attention, primarily from the Muslim community. But only some housing products are suitable to all the ideal criteria of the Islamic Residential concept. Excellent Sharia housing must fulfill all Islamic residential concept requirements, including public facilities, open space, and building quality. The strategy of the ideal Islamic housing concept requirement is optimal natural light and ventilation in the entire room. The inner courtyard is one of the solutions to afford this strategy. The types of openings also affect the daylight penetration in a room. Autodesk Revit Simulation evaluates this research about the daylight factor aspect of Islamic housing in Sharia housing. The research method is a qualitative, quantitative, and comparatively mixed method. The minimum requirement of daylight factor for housing is 5%. The study object shows that in the case of Medina Residence 1, it sufficiently offers the most daylight factor affordability in a Sharia housing project. The research hypothesis is to maximize the daylight factor by modifying several types of windows and adding skylight openings to increase the daylight factor of the entire room. Increased wall window ratio and more inner open spaces are the solutions for the minimum size of the building site. In the case of Medina residence 1, the skylight opening can be applied, but the effect is less significant than making more openings facing the open space.</p> 2023-08-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Angga Perdana The Architecture of the Virtual World 2023-04-10T13:00:02+07:00 Sugesti Retno Yanti <p>The development of artificial intelligence-based virtual reality technology offers the potential of the digital world as an alternative activity space for humans. The virtual world is expected to complement the shortcomings of the natural world and meet human needs that cannot or are difficult to realize in the real world. The real world is formed by physical matter, while the virtual world comprises bits that cause a considerable difference between the two. This study aims to recognize the positive and negative potential due to differences between the real and virtual worlds concerning architecture. The goal is to answer how quickly the architecture of the virtual world can be put into practical use and dominate human life. The method used is the exploration of libraries and the internet, which are reviewed qualitatively. The results show that the idea of humans still dominates the world of virtual architecture as its creators. However, artificial intelligence can give new ideas beyond what humans think. Therefore, the virtual architectural world gives both positive and negative potential concerning differences in character from the real architectural world.</p> 2023-08-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Sugesti Retno Yanti Utilizing the Use of Google Trends to Discover The Architectural Attractiveness of a Place in Indonesia 2023-06-27T11:54:23+07:00 Onie Dian Sanitha Novera Kristianti Theo Fransisco Yunida Iashania <p>A person's memory of the image of a place is powerful, which is influenced by a uniqueness supported by continuity of information. Every visitor's image will be very subjectively evaluated through the internet information media. The challenge lies in subjective perception through internet media information which only sometimes leads to real quality due to perceptions formed from the continuity of information received. A shift in meaning allegedly led to a phenomenon of similar motivation between video game users and traveling for healing purposes. From the perspective of a Google search, the word "traveling" refers to buildings and places with ecological and natural concepts. Meanwhile, video games also offer a natural concept but are more competitive. Using Google Trends, this study attempts to formulate city popularity data using the keyword "traveling." Natural Ecology is the highest choice for social media users, and "healing" is the primary motivation. The value of natural architectural instruments can be a focus to support a sustainable development process for a place based on the popularity of today's needs.</p> 2023-08-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Onie Dian Sanitha, Novera Kristianti, Theo Fransisco, Yunida Iashania A Review Using Artificial Intelligence-Generating Images: Exploring Material Ideas from MidJourney to Improve Vernacular Designs 2023-07-10T10:26:54+07:00 Stephen Tanugraha <p>Artificial Intelligence (AI) was created to be an assistant to humankind. The architectural design process is one of them. Artificial Intelligence is starting to enter the realm of architecture and design. Lately, teams have developed many AI algorithms to generate random images based on the database they had just by texting a command for them. MidJourney is a discord-based Artificial Intelligence for generating images with the text-to-images method, and its database is infinite; it can suggest incredible things. Architects can use MidJourney as a design ideas generator with specific commands.</p> <p> MidJourney, one of the AI pioneers in the design world, still has many shortcomings and limitations. Incorrect details and forms are one of its limitations. This exploration using AI should be deepened as part of MidJourney development. This study aims to discover how far researchers have done the command prompt in exploring MidJourney in architecture. This research can be the basis for further research in developing the text-to-image Artificial Intelligence Generator results. This paper uses a systematic literature review method on journals, books, and websites linked with Artificial Intelligence, architecture, and texture selection for building. The systematic literature review involves collecting questions, identifying keywords, screening articles, analyzing, discussing, and concluding.</p> <p> The results explain the role of Artificial Intelligence in architectural design. MidJourney can choose the proper material for its innovations by generating concept ideas. However, MidJourney has yet to be able to implement the logic of structures and buildings in its design even though it has used architecture-related prompts, perhaps because it was not specifically designed to produce architectural drawings but graphic design only. The challenge is based on the user defining the limitation and the main ideas for generating Artificial Intelligence.</p> 2023-08-19T00:00:00+07:00 Copyright (c) 2023 Stephen Tanugraha