INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM For Sustainable Landscape Development 2016


9 November 2016

Time Activities Venue
Pre Conference
Thursday, 8 November 2016 … – 18.00 Arrival of Speakers (foreign keynote and invited speakers will be picked up at Jakarta Airport) Airport to Hotel Bogor
Day 1
Wednesday, 9 November 2016 07.30 – 08.30 Registration Ballroom
08.30 – 08.35 Opening by MC
08.35 – 09.05 Opening Ceremony

Dr. Bambang Sulistyantara, MAgr.

(Head of Department of Landscape Architecture)

Welcome Speech and opening from Vice Rector of IPB

Prof. Dr. Ir. Anas Miftah Fauzi, M.Sc.

09.05 – 09.30 Keynote Speech

Dr. Bima Arya (Mayor of Bogor City)

09.30 – 09.40 Coffee Break
09.40 – 10.10 Keynote Speech

Dr. Damian Tang (President of IFLA APR)

10.10-10.30 Keynote Speech

Prof. Dr. T. Kobayashi (Chiba University)

10.30 – 10.40 Photo session
10.40 – 12.00 Invited Speakers

Theme : Sustainable Landscape Development

Chairman: CV Prof. Dr. Ir. Hadi Susilo Arifin, MS.


Dr. Nor Atiah Ismail (UPM, Malaysia)

Ir. Canserina Kurnia, MLP (Manager of ESRI Global Asia Pasific)

Dr. Ir. Siti Nurisjah, MSLA ( President of ISLA)

Keith Steven Muljadi MBA ( Manager of Sentul City)

12.00 – 13.00 Lunch
12.30 – 13.00 Poster Presentation
13.00 – 16.00 Parallel Session

Ballroom A : Green Landscapes

Ballroom B : Socio-Cultural Landscapes

Ballroom C : Landscape Planning and Design

16.00 – 16.30 Coffee Break and Poster Presentation Ballroom
16.30 – 17.30 Closing Ceremony

Dean Faculty of Agriculture : Prof. Dr. Ir. Agus Purwito, MAgr.

Day 2
  Time Activities Venue
Thursday, 10 November 2016 07.00 – 07.30 Preparation and Gathering Taman Koleksi, IPB Baranangsiang
07.30 – 08.00 Goes to Sentul City
08.00 – 10.00 Walks around Sentul City Sentul City
10.00 – 12.00 Goes to Taman Bunga Nusantara (TBN) and enjoying Puncak View TBN
12.00 – 13.00 Lunch and Break in TBN
13.00 – 14.30 Sharing session and walk around TBN KRC
14.30 – 15.00 Closing and Prepare to the bus
15.00 – 17.00 Back to Bogor

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  1. Riparian landscape management in the midstream of Ciliwung River as supporting Water Sensitive Cities program with priority of productive landscape

Tri Utomo Zelan Noviandi1,*, Kaswanto1, Hadi Susilo Arifin1

1 Landscape Architecture Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia


Nowadays, Ciliwung river is facing many problems, especially the settlement occupation in its riparian zones. This phenomenon caused damage of ecological functions in riparian so it can aggravate the disaster of annual flooding in Jakarta. Therefore, as an effort to control this catastrophe, riparian landscape management of Ciliwung River is needed. Based on its topography, Ciliwung River is devided into three segments, there are the upstream, the midstream, and the downstream. Data shows that riparian in the midstream is the largest area, it covers 60% of the total riparian area. Therefore, this segment is very important to be managed in order to reduce runoff towads the downstream. The method used was comparing many standards to get the ideal riparian width of riparian tn the midstream, which is 50 m for urban areas and 100 m for outside the urban areas. Next methods were analyzing spatially to get riparian landscape characteristic of Ciliwung River. The results showed that 37.11% of riparian zones in the midstream had occupied by settlement. Sinuosity Index (SI) of Ciliwung River midstream is 1.88 (meandering). Furthermore, analysis of riparian function and utilization had held by using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The result of riparian function analysis showed that the function of water resource management is the most important for Ciliwung River riparian. Priority of riparian utilization in the midstream of Ciliwung River is production. This can be realized with the plan of community garden or inland fisheries. Riparian landscape management in the midstream aims to support the food consumption diversification, and maximize the function of water catchment and water retention in order to support the program of Water Sensitive Cities.

Keywords: Analytical Hierarchy Process, riparian function, riparian landscape management, riparian utilization, productive landscape, water sensitive cities

2. Landscape Management of Public Open Space in Bogor Heritage City

Flourentina D Pusparini1,Nurhayati1,  Hadi Susilo Arifin1

1 Landscape Architecture Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University, Kampus IPB Darmaga, Bogor 16680, Indonesia

E-mail :


Public open space landscape plays important role in Bogor Heritage City. Although these spaces can carry various kind of public activities and enhance environment quality, they are fragile to disturbance and changing due to city development. Therefore, as an effort to maintain public open space landscape in 8 zones within Heritage City of Bogor, management of public open space landscape is necessary. Syntesys of public open space landscape management had held by using Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP). The AHP result showed public open space landscape in Palace and Botanical Garden of Bogor zone (20%) is in high priority to be maintained. The other zone are Situ Gede (16,9%), Plan Karsten (12,3%), Europe Settlement (12%), Suryakencana (11,2%), Batu Tulis (10,2%), Empang (9.2%) and West Development (8,2%). Ecological function (34,8%) becomes the most important function to be maintained (34.8%) then social culture (31.2%), economic (17%), and aesthetics (17%).

Keywords: Analytical Hierarchy Process, Heritage City, Public Open Space, the Heritage Zone

3. Agroforestry Landscape for Peat Lands Rehabilitation

Marinus Kristiadi Harun1), Eka Intan Kumala Putri2), Syaiful Anwar3), Hadi Susilo Arifin4)

1. Graduate School of Natural Resources and Environmental Management Bogor Agricultural University. E-mail:

2. Faculty member of Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Economics, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)

3. Faculty member of Department of Soil Science and Land Resources, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)

4. Faculty member of Department of Landscape Architecture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)


The utilization of peat lands should be carried out based on the principles of sustainability and harmony with the environment. The aim of this research was to assess the agroforestry landscape that can be developed on peat lands. Parameters studied included: (a) design (pattern) agroforestry that can be developed in peatlands, (b) the impact of agroforestry technologies to the chemical properties of peatlands, (c) the financial analysis of agroforestry in peatlands, and (d) the impact of agroforestry technologies to the micro climate and The maturity level of peatland. This research was conducted in the village of Tarung Manuah, Kapuas and Mantaren, Jabiren, and Tumbang Nusa, Kalampangan, Central Kalimantan Province. The results showed that the pattern of agroforestry in thin peatlands that already developed by the farmer can generally be grouped into three, namely: alleycropping with the mound technique, alleycropping with surjan techniques and agrosilvofishery with surjan techniques. Agroforestry pattern in the thick peat that has been developed by farmers generally can be grouped into two, namely: mixed cropping techniques and alleycropping techniques. The chemical analysis of peatland covered by agroforestry provides the following data: pH=3.94; N total = 0.4%; C organic = 48.58%; C/N = 121.45. The economic aspect shows that the marketing margin of jelutung latex is still inefficient as its value is > 50%. The financial analysis results show that jelutung forest is feasible to be developed both in the monocultural and agroforestry patterns. NPV, BCR and IRR of jelutung with agroforestry pattern were 69,799,338; 8.68 and 29% respectively. The maturity level of peatland covered by jelutung agroforestry is sapric-hemic to hemic, that covered by monoculture is fibrous-hemic to sapric-hemic while the abandoned peatland is dominated by fibrous and fibrous-hemic. The micro-climate of peatland covered by jelutung is better than the micro-climate of that covered by mono-culture or abandoned peat land.

Keywords: agroforestry, financial analysis, landscape, micro-climate, peat lands, rehabilitation.

4. Typology of pekarangan for self supporting food in Papua 

Alfred Antoh1), Nurhayati H S Arifin2), M.A.Chozhin3), Hadi Susilo Arifin2)

1. Graduate School of Natural Resources and Environmental Management Bogor Agricultural University (IPB). E-mail:

2. Faculty member of Department of Landscape Architecture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)

3. Faculty member of Department of Agronomy & Horticulture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)


Management of  Pekarangan in Papua has a different characteristic and land use for the family yard in Papua is strongly influenced by cultural characteristics and is associated with its natural resources. Geographically the Papuan people scattered islands, the coastal plains to the hilly area to the regional Mountains. The purpose of this study is to assess the type and characteristics of the yard in Papua in relation to socio-economic status based on the culture in the ecological zone in Papua. Pekarangan area has potential in the supply of family food, reducing household expenditures and to increase the income of farm households. Utilization of yard area in Papua is rich and varied in type, function and usability perspective very strong cultural influence.  Management of pekarangan area for food self-sufficiency should be encouraged based on local knowledge of the local community to meet the family’s welfare.

Key words: ecological zone, local wisdom, self supporting,  typology of pekarangan

5. Social Engineering for Rural Landscape Utilization towards Food Security Village)

Nurhayati HS Arifin1), RL Kaswanto1), Aris Munandar1), Hadi Susilo Arifin1)


1. Faculty Member of Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)


Bogor Regency is one of the regions with the potential of agricultural landscape that deserves to be recognized. A great extensive agricultural landscape, good soil fertility and abundant rainfall make Bogor Regency should be able to become a food source for the communities even become a supplier of food to the community outside Bogor. For achieving this, we need a management and social engineering in the utilization of the agricultural landscape as a regional food security. Social engineering should be implemented immediately because of the degradation of the agricultural landscape is very fast so it needs a serious concern through time. The area of agricultural landscapes in the form of six types, i.e. home garden (pekarangan), paddy fields, dry lands, ponds/situ, mixed garden and livestock. Those six types are facing a variety of environmental problems and even changes in land use issues that should be addressed immediately. Utilization of agricultural landscapes as regional food security can be initiated at the micro scale to create Food Security Village (FSV). The FSV development was conducted in Babakan Village, Dramaga District and Tegal Waru Village, Ciampea District. This development is intended to implement the food security area that would become model, both for other districts, as well as a model for regions and cities in the provincial and national level. For convenience and ease pilot, the output is produced in the social engineering products which were presented in writing and imaged.

Keywords: dry land, livestock, mixed garden, paddy fields, pekarangan, situ.