Identifikasi Teritorialitas Kawasan Angkringan Kopi Joss

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Deni Maulana
Izazaya Binta


Angkringan Kopi Joss is a collection of street vendors selling food and drinks (Kopi Joss) on Wongsodirjan Street, north of Yogyakarta Tugu Station. This angkringan is above the sidewalk with a width of 2.5 meters and faces north. Angkringan on this road has been around since the 1970s and is increasing until now there are approximately 12 angkringan. The existence of this angkringan affects the physical setting and territoriality between traders along the sidewalk in front of which is given a mat (about 50 meters). The research method used was behavior mapping at three observation time intervals, namely daytime (14.00-18.00), night (18.00-22.00) and dawn (22.00-02.00). Based on observations, the axis of this Joss Kopis angkringan is Lek Man's angkringan. Other angkringan traders generally follow the pattern or layout applied by Lek Man. For this reason also, the opening time of the angkringan does not precede Lek Man's angkringan. Territorial expansion occurs for economic reasons, namely when there are many buyers. However, for some cases, these territories have become permanent territories such as in the angkringan of Pak Seh-Pak Wik and Pak Be. Angkringan Bu Suprapti has a very tight territoriality so that the surrounding angkringan cannot use the common territory (the front sidewalk). Lesehan users are mostly dominated by young people, while the users of seats in the form of tables and chairs are dominated by older people. This is related to the factors of weather, age, their purposes and their ability to stand up after sitting down.

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Deni Maulana, Politeknik Negeri Pontianak

Program Studi D3 Arsitektur, Jurusan Teknik Arsitektur, Politeknik Negeri Pontianak, Kalimantan Barat

Izazaya Binta, Politeknik Negeri Pontianak

Program Studi D4 Arsitektur Bangunan Gedung, Jurusan Teknik Arsitektur, Politeknik Negeri Pontianak, Kalimantan Barat