Sigit Dwiananto Arifwidodo

Sigit Dwiananto Arifwidodo
Kasetsart University | KU · Department of Landscape Architecture

PhD

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January 2012 - present
Kasetsart University
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Publications (17)
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The study explores the relationship of housing tenure, sense of place, and environmental management in communities renting in private lands in Bangkok, Thailand. It is argued that housing tenure holds an important role in determining the success of environmental management practices at the community level, especially in the absence of land tenure s...
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Park is considered as one of the necessary settings in the urban area to promote physical activity and a healthy lifestyle. It provides opportunities to engage in park-based physical activity to a wide range of users. Studies have found that park improvement is a sustainable way to increase the urban population’s physical activity levels. This stud...
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The study explores the effects of Urban Heat Island (UHI) on urban residents. Using two case studies in Bangkok, Thailand, and Bandung, Indonesia, the study focuses on the effects of UHI on household energy consumption and health and well-being. A survey questionnaire of 400 respondents from each city was employed. The household energy consumption...
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Objective - Empirical evidence has identified that parks hold an essential role in promoting physical activity. Parks facilitate opportunities to be physically active for a wide range of users. The paper explores the effects of design intervention of Benjakitti Park, a public park in Bangkok, Thailand. Methodology/Technique – The system for Observi...
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Public Park is considered one of the essential settings for physical activity, especially in urban areas. Parks support physical activity through their accessibility, their provision to facilitate active pursuits; their capacity to provide opportunities to a wide range of users; and their semi-permanent nature. The paper explores the design interve...
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Bangkok Inner Orchard is a cultural landscape of fruit orchard dating back to Ayudhaya period. Thai literature and foreigners’ records described Bangkok Inner Orchard as the place for premium fruit produces. They also somehow described the atmosphere and landscape of Bangkok Inner Orchard. However, the explanation lacked spatial attributes such as...
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Parks hold an essential role in promoting physical activity in urban areas. Studies have found that park characteristics such as park size, facilities, accessibility, and aesthetics are reported to have a positive association with increasing physical activity of the urban populations. However, the evidence in the context of Southeast Asian cities i...
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Heat stress has been recognized as one of the consequences of climate change in urban areas. Its adverse effects on the urban population range from economy, social, environment, and human health. With the increasing urbanization and economic development in cities, heat stress is expected to worsen. This particular study aims to achieve two objectiv...
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Public Park is considered as one of the important settings for physical activity, especially in urban area. Parks support physical activity through their accessibility; their provision to facilitate active pursuits; their capacity to provide opportunities to a wide range of users; and their semi-permanent nature. The study explores the characterist...
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Peri-urban areas of mega-cities in lower-middle income countries face many environmental management challenges, including localized flooding caused by inefficient management and inadequate stormwater infrastructure. A case study analysis was conducted in Bangkok’s rapidly developing urban fringe, where residents have been experiencing localized flo...
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This study focuses on the urban heat island (UHI) development and its impact on household energy consumption. Hourly air temperature data were used to study the characteristics and intensities of UHI in Bangkok area. A survey questionnaire of 400 randomly selected respondents is conducted to explain the relationship between UHI intensity and househ...
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The study focuses on the characteristics of urban heat island (UHI) in Bangkok, Thailand. Hourly air temperature data from four weather stations -one in rural site and three in urban sites for the last five year are used to study the characteristics and intensities of UHI in Bangkok area. The results indicate the presence of urban heat island in Ba...
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The study focuses on the characteristics of urban heat island (UHI) in Bangkok, Thailand. Hourly air temperature data from four weather stations -one in rural site and three in urban sites for the last five year are used to study the characteristics and intensities of UHI in Bangkok area. The results indicates the presence of urban heat island in B...
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The study explores the relationship between urban form and residential energy use in Bandung, Indonesia. A survey questionnaire of 400 randomly selected respondents is conducted to explain the empirical part of the study. A multivariate ordinary least square (OLS) regression model is used to establish the effect of selected attributes of urban form...
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The study explores whether Quality of Life (QOL) corresponds to the spatial pattern of urban system as a result of compact development policy practice in Bandung city, Indonesia. It examines the connection between life satisfaction and selected attributes of compact development. A self-reported life satisfaction was used as a proxy for QOL based on...
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The study explores whether Quality of Life (QOL) corresponds to the spatial pattern of urban system as a result of compact development policy practice in Bandung city, Indonesia. It examines the connection between QOL and selected attributes of compact development. A self-reported life satisfaction is used as a proxy for QOL based on a cross-sectio...

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