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Vol. 9 No. 1 (2024): August 2024 ~ October 2024
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Emara Indonesian Journal of Architecture would like to apologise to our valued readers and contributors for the delay in the publishing of this edition. We experienced unexpected technological issues inside our internal systems, which unfortunately caused the delay.

We realise the anticipation and excitement that surrounds the introduction of each edition, and we sincerely apologise for any trouble this delay has caused. Please be assured that we are working hard to overcome these technological challenges and ensure the timely distribution of future versions.

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We appreciate your understanding and patience while we try to resolve these issues. Thank you for your ongoing support of the Emara Indonesian Journal of Architecture.

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In the heart of Vol 9 No 1 of EMARA Journal lies a diverse tapestry of architectural exploration, each article weaving its own compelling narrative of innovation and resilience.

In the aftermath of severe landslides, recovery is more than just restoring structures; it is also about strengthening community resilience and reinventing local construction processes. The research by Zakiah Hidayati and Mafazah Noviana dives into this vital issue, offering light on the problems and techniques involved in post-landslide rehabilitation. Meanwhile, Rahima Dheta Yaistrina and Antariksa Antariksa investigate the traditional architectural orientation of Amben Tengah in Javanese homes, providing insights into indigenous construction approaches that may improve resilience. Kemala Jeumpa, Rumilla Harahap, and Yudhistira Anggraini take a forward-thinking strategy, investigating the usage of green building elements in communal residential houses and pushing for sustainable methods to reduce future disaster risks. Rr. Nurindah Wiji Sejati and Ova Candra Dewi's study on sustainable lighting in educational buildings is a practical example of incorporating energy efficiency into infrastructure design, which benefits both environmental sustainability and resilience. Furthermore, Ahmad Saifudin Mutaqi, Purnama Salura, and Reginaldo Christophori Lake discuss the critical issue of affordable housing for low-income groups in metropolitan Indonesia, emphasising the significance of fair recovery and long-term resilience planning. Finally, Arfiani Syariah, Muhamad Ratodi, and Septia Heryanti investigate context-specific policies for changing urban environments in Banjarmasin's slums, emphasising the importance of specialised interventions for developing resilient communities in vulnerable contexts. Together, these studies highlight the multifaceted strategy required for post-disaster rehabilitation, which includes community empowerment, sustainable construction methods, and equitable policy frameworks to foster resilient communities facing future problems..

As each article unfolds, Vol 9 No 1 of EMARA Journal becomes a testament to the boundless creativity and resilience ingrained within the realm of architecture.

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Published: 2024-04-20

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Journal Name : EMARA: Indonesian Journal of Architecture
Journal Abbr. : EMARA Indones. J. Archit.
ISSN : 2460-7878 (p) , 2477-5975 (e)
DOI : 10.29080/emara
Pub. Frequency : Twice in a year (August-October & December-February)
Accreditation : Sinta 2 Based on SK 158/E/KPT/2021
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel, Surabaya, Indonesia
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