STUDY OF OPEN-AIR MUSEUM ON KAYUTANGAN STREET CORRIDOR

Authors

  • Cindy Elena Kartika Department of Architecture, Petra Christian University
  • Lilianny Sigit Arifin Department of Architecture, Petra Christian University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.9744/dimensi.48.1.75-86

Keywords:

Kayutangan Street corridor, H=historical, open-air museum, augmented reality

Abstract

The Kayutangan Corridor is one of the areas in Malang that holds many historical values, namely as a shopping center in the Dutch colonial era. However, the glory and history of kayutangan began to fade with the times. This research's general objective is to provide a design proposal for the Kayutangan corridor that can present historical stories of the buildings along the corridor, such as an open-air museum, with the building as its object. The research method used is descriptive qualitative research with a signage theory approach. The final result of this study is the proposed signage and pedestrian design in the Kayutangan corridor.

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2021-09-02

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