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Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Arte-Polis

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This book includes papers presented at the 6th Arte-Polis International Conference. The theme of the conference was "Imagining Experiences: Creative Tourism and the Making of Place", and the book brings together studies based on lessons-learned, research and critical reviews related to creative tourism and reflections on placemaking. Covering a broad range of topics, including cultural and experiential perceptions of landscape, sustainable design, urban and rural planning, traditional and vernacular environment, public realm, thematic tourism, as well as heritage preservation and management, it discusses how issues of tourism shape our understanding of and discourse on architecture and landscapes. The book serves as an invitation to more participatory and polyphonic dialogues in the field of architecture, art and planning.


Christopher Silver is a Professor of Urban and Regional Planning, and past dean of the College of Design, Construction and Planning at the University of Florida. He is a 3-time Fulbright lecturer in Indonesia, including two at the Institute of Technology, Bandung. He is author of "Planning the Megacity: Jakarta in the Twentieth Century" and a forthcoming book on water management in Jakarta over the past 400 years. Two new books, "Urban Planning Education: Beginnings, Global Movement and Future Prospects" (Springer 2017), with Andrea Frank, and "Dialogues in Urban and Regional Planning: The Right to the City" (Routledge 2017) with Robert Freestone and Christophe Demaziere are in production. He has been an Editor and member of the Advisory Board of Arte-Polis, co-editor of the Journal of the American Planning Association, and is the Founding (and now past) Editor of the Journal of Planning History.

Lénia Marques is a Senior Lecturer in Events and Leisure at Bournemouth University in the United Kingdom, and is a member of the Board of Directors of the World Leisure Organization. She is the co-author of "Event Design: Social perspectives and practices" (2015) and "Exploring Creative Tourism" (2012), a special issue of the Journal of Tourism Consumption and Practice. She was Principal Investigator in the projects "Social Interaction in the Events Experience (2016)" and "Creative Districts around the World" (2014). Her current research focuses on innovation and creativity in events, leisure and tourism.

Himasari Hanan is a senior lecturer at the Department of Architecture, Urban Design, and Landscape Architecture, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB). She is member of the committee for Research and Community Services at ITB. She has been in the Steering Committee of Arte-Polis since 2006 till present (2016). She is also reviewer of the Asian Journal of Environment-Behaviour Studies (ajE-Bs), Journal of ASIAN Behavioral Studies, ARTS, and Journal of Indonesian Built Environment.

Indah Widiastuti is a lecturer at the Department of Architecture, Institut Teknologi Bandung. She has been involved in Arte-Polis conferences four times since its initiation in 2006 in her capacity as convener (in Arte-Polis 1, 4, 5 and 6) and Editor of the proceedings of Arte-Polis 5 and 6. She was involved also a reviewer for the Journal of Indonesian Built Environment.


Chapter 1. Introduction.- Part I: Place-Making and Everyday Experiences.- Chapter 2. Spicing Up the Experience: Rethinking Street-Food in Bandung Tourism.- Chapter 3. Developing Culinary Tourism to Support Local Tourism Development and Preserving Food Heritage in Indonesia.- Chapter 4. The Creation of Informal Spaces by Street Vendor in Jalan Cikapundung (Bandung).- Chapter 5. Creative Strategy for Creating Public Space for Creative Tourism (Case: Pasar Kaget at Sunda Kelapa Mosque).- Chapter 6. Dwelling Transformations as Residents' Creative Efforts in Response to Tourism Development in Pantai Kartini, Indonesia.- Chapter 7. The Impact of Religious Tourism on a Village of Peri-urban Bandung: Transformation in Placemaking.- Chapter 8. Campus Tourism: Coexistence of Tangible Heritage and Learning Institution.- Chapter 9. The Analysis of a Heritage Campus Using the Principle of the Second Man.- Chapter 10. Bukit Pakar Timur Street and the Development of Art Space and Café Tourism in Bandung.- Part II: Revisiting Past Experiences and Traditions.- Chapter 11. Transforming a Village in Tanimbar Island, Maluku, into a Tourist Destination.- Chapter 12. Community Participation in Tourism Village Planning Case: Sangliat Dol, Tanimbar Islands.- Chapter 13. Tourism Planning of Sundanese Cultural Landscape in Indonesia.- Chapter 14. Stay, Play, and Learn at Bali Aga Traditional Village.- Chapter 15. Experiential Tourism as a Response to the Sustenance of a Cultural Landscape: The Case of Banni, Kutch, Gujarat, India.- Chapter 16. Making Place for Cultural Legacies, Creative Culture, and Tourism Development: Raging Depletion of Green Open Space in Bali.- Chapter 17. The Impact of Tourism Industry on the Sustainability of Traditional Bale Banjar in Denpasar.- Chapter 18. Tourism Impacts of Sail Komodo to the Development of Komodo District, Indonesia.- Chapter 19. Corporatism, Tourism, and Spatial Structure of the Bali Aga Settlement: The Case Study of Bugbug, Perasi, and Seraya Villages.- Chapter 20. Is Creative Tourism Damaging Heritage Sites? A Case Study of Tenganan Pegringsingan Village, Bali, Indonesia.- Chapter 21. Finding Creative Ways for Sustainable "Desa Wisata" (Tourist Village).- Chapter 22. Sustainable Tourism Through Community Participation.- Chapter 23. The Missing Links in Agritourism: A Lesson from Rural Development Project.- Chapter 24. Sensible Architecture: Bamboo Ecotourism and Community Development in Indonesia (Case Study: Ubud, Bali, and Tentena, Poso.- Chapter 25. Architecture and Narrative: Design Approach on Contemporary Balinese Architecture on Yoka Sara's Work.- Chapter 26. Advocating Universal Design Features for Kuala Lumpur Accessible Tourism.- Part III: Creative Management for Heritage Tourism.- Chapter 27. Living Historical City Strategy: Sustainable Tourism as Creative Practice.- Chapter 28. The Legal Aspects of Heritage Protection and Management in Indonesia: Toward Integrated Conservation.- Chapter 29. Preliminary Studies on the District of Heritage Tourism in Bandung.- Chapter 30. The Development of Subak Sembung of Kota Denpasar: From a Cultural Landscape of an Agrarian Society to That of a Tourist-Based Society.- Chapter 31. Co-creation in Creative Tourism: Adding the Value of Batik.- Chapter 32. Aesthetic Aspects of Padung-Padung as Preference in Karo Souvenir Design.- Chapter 33. Tourism and the Architecture of Home: Changes in Spatial and Philosophical Formations of Puri in Bali.- Part IV: Methods and Strategies for Creative Tourism.- Chapter 34. Agent-Based Modeling as Reevaluating Design Strategy for Urban Creative Tourism Experience (Case Study: Under Ampera Bridge, SMB Plaza.- Chapter 35. Creating a Themed Experience: Consumer Destinations in Beijing and Shanghai.- Chapter 36. Walking Trail Model for Tourism Development in Dago Pojok Creative Village, Bandung.- Chapter 37. The Role of Jakarta Reclamation Island for New Coastal Tourist Destination in North Jakarta.


Titel: Proceedings of the 6th International Conference of Arte-Polis
Untertitel: Imagining Experience: Creative Tourism and the Making of Place
EAN: 9789811354083
ISBN: 9811354081
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Singapore
Genre: Sozialwissenschaften, Recht & Wirtschaft
Anzahl Seiten: 416
Gewicht: 628g
Größe: H235mm x B155mm x T22mm
Jahr: 2018
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017