CPTED Assessment in High Rise Building Underground Parking Facilities (Case Study: Cambridge City Square)

Authors

  • Novrial 1Architecture Department, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia
  • Aulia Malik Affif Architecture Department, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32734/ijau.v5i1.6028

Keywords:

ahp, cpted, parking

Abstract

Abstract. Buildings grow rapidly in urban areas. Along with the newly built buildings, the need for supporting facilities is increased significantly like the need for parking facilities. Yet, there was still a failure on the building design that will lead criminals to do something that can be dangerous and threaten human security. However, there is still anther ways to prevent crime by considering the design and criminal aspects, that is CPTED (Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design). This research aims to assess CPTED implementation in a high rise building underground parking facilities in Medan. This research uses the descriptive qualitative method to reveal data systematically, factually, and describe the various phenomenon of a particular population or area. Data stored and processed with AHP (Analytical Hierarchy Process) methods with the help of computer software named Super Decision on getting the value of each specific CPTED key concept for parking facilities. The final CPTED assessment score is 2.994 out of 4. This score is on the range of 2,51-3,00 rating system and categorized as good and shows that CPTED implementation at Cambridge City Square underground parking facilities is suited in CPTED principles even though there are still various components of variables and sub-variables were missing and below standard quality. The result of this research is expected to be useful in the field of architecture especially in preventing crime.  

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Published

2021-03-31

How to Cite

Novrial, & Aulia Malik Affif. (2021). CPTED Assessment in High Rise Building Underground Parking Facilities (Case Study: Cambridge City Square). International Journal of Architecture and Urbanism, 5(1), 11-25. https://doi.org/10.32734/ijau.v5i1.6028