Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture <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> en-US (A.A.Ayu Ratih T.A.K., S.T., M.Arch.) (Nimas Sekarlangit, S.T., M.T.) Mon, 29 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 OJS 60 Back Matter of Jarina Vol. 1 No.2 ,2022 Prasasto Satwiko Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture Mon, 29 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 The Development of Tuberculosis Treatment Room in Humid Tropical Climate <p>Developing countries with a humid tropical climate, such as Indonesia, still have a severe problem with Tuberculosis (TB). Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) mainly causes TB and is transmitted through droplets released by active TB patients into the air that progress faster in humid tropical climates. Health workers are at high risk of contracting TB bacteria from TB patients because nosocomial infections (healthcare-associated infections) categorize as TB. Public Health Centers usually provide generic rooms but are not explicitly designed to minimize TB infections. The Indonesian government does not offer a TB treatment room design, so this research developed a Tuberculosis Treatment Room (TBTR) prototype using a computational fluid dynamics simulation. The TBTR prototype was split into medicine and sputum room. The simulation showed that the TBTR's air change per hour was between 77 and 94, far above the minimum standard of 12. In addition, TBTR showed indoor air 80cm above the floor flowed upward and out through the ceilings, while indoor air below 40cm above the floor flowed through lower openings. Those ventilation mechanisms expelled the indoor bacteria out and minimized infection</p> Wisdom Sandjaya Papendang, Samuel Yudhatama Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture Mon, 29 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Review of BIM-Based Software in Architectural Design: Graphisoft Archicad VS Autodesk Revit <p>Revolution Industry 4.0 delivers impact on world development AEC (architect, engineering, and construction), especially in the development of useful digital technology for acceleration development infrastructure namely BIM ( Building Information Modeling ). BIM uses 3D software to support all potential and productivity in designing building construction. This article aims to review the advantages and limitations of the software Graphisoft Archicad and Autodesk Revit, especially in the field of BIM. the method used in writing an article is a review paper with a review of six journals and three expert opinions. The results of the review show that the Archicad software dominates the criteria for the field of work and 3D display. Temporary software Revit dominates in the field of work criteria in terms of the number of owned features because integrated by the developers of the Autodesk program. Archicad software is more compatible for users who want to have a more concise and easy-to-understand interface, while Revit software is more compatible for users with more complex project scales. Both of these software support parametric design. In Archicad and Revit Rhinoceros-grasshopper software can be used for Live Connection, but Archicad also has Param-O parametric object library and Revit has Dynamo for visual programming of parameter modeling. This shows that users should know more about their needs before choosing to use one of this BIM software.</p> Lambertus Waas, Enjellina Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture Mon, 29 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Function, Role, Limitation, and Potential of Space Syntax Analysis in Architectural Field <p>This study aims to determine the function, roles, limitations, and potential of spatial configuration analysis with Space Syntax. The development of digital technology affects the development of science, including in the field of architecture. Digital technology is not only a design visualization tool but also a part of the design process and a thinking tool for architects in designing. One of them is the Space Syntax program. Space Syntax is a quantitative analysis tool used to analyze the pattern of relationships between spaces in various forms of architectural space: buildings, cities, interiors, and landscapes. The method used in this research is the literature study method. Data collection techniques are collecting several sources from the internet and journal references that discuss using the Space Syntax program. The results of this study indicate that Space Syntax has a function, roles, limitations, and potential in analyzing architectural space. SpaceSyntax can explore various horizontal space scales, including buildings objects and urban areas. However, the findings show that Space Syntax has limitations. Some studies use a combination of other methods to overcome this limitation. The combination method also raises the potential of Space Syntax as an analysis tool in the architectural field.</p> Fitria Khairanisa Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture Mon, 29 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Virtual Reality Application of Interactive Interior: The Development Study for Computer and Android Smartphones <p>This research describes the process, obstacles, and results in making a Virtual Reality Application of interactive interior using Unity 3D. In this research, we propose a VR application that supports interaction and VR views between users and the digital environment using computers and android smartphones. The study has three stages, namely input, process, and output. C# script was developed for user interaction with the digital environment. The user can interact in a small interior room with digital objects such as moving around, changing furniture color, and switching the light on or off. The research successfully created a virtual reality application using Unity3D for computers and android smartphones. This study clearly describes the step of making virtual reality applications and the problems encountered during the process—also, a more stabilized method for developing the interactive user feature. Moreover, the research brings another opportunity for VR application development that focuses on other VR development factors such as immersion, imagination, and insight.</p> Hendro Trieddiantoro Putro, Luhur Sapto Pamungkas, Suparno Sastra, Murwantoro Panghargyo, Endang Setyawati, Endah Tisnawati Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture Mon, 29 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 The Effect of the Reflective Interior Elements on the Illuminance Level in Classrooms <p>Lighting is one of the essential aspects of architectural design because it is crucial for room ambiance. Artificial and natural lighting affect the architectural element and the furniture. Using simulation tools is beneficial for measuring the reflective level of furniture elements to the room's lighting. DIALux Evo3 is computer software to support artificial and natural lighting simulation for interior spaces up to a particular room standard. This study uses the DIALux Evo3 software to conduct the trial-anderror process. The level of reflection on an interior element affects the lux value. This study will focus on the aspects of the ceiling, chairs, and table furniture using the trial and error method by simulating until a difference looms. The focus simulation focuses on setting the reflective coating in the DIALux Evo3 software on ceiling elements, chairs, and tables. The literature method examines aspects of DIALux Evo3 and the points measured in the simulation process. This simulation uses 15 lamps. This study aims to prove that the choice of paint finishing affects the results produced by the vertical illuminance (adaptive) parameter and utilizes technology in architecture. The conclusion is that interior elements such as ceilings, chairs, and tables with reflective elements affect the artificial light. The aspect with low reflectivity requires a high lux value compared to architectural and interior components with high reflectance</p> Pinthoko Nugroho Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture Mon, 29 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700 Front Matter of JARINA Vol.1 No.2, 2022 Prasasto Satwiko Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Architecture Mon, 29 Aug 2022 00:00:00 +0700