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IMPLEMENTING MIXED LAND USE ROOTING JANE JACOBS’ CONCEPT OF DIVERSITY IN URBAN SUSTAINABILITY

*chely novia bramiana  -  Faculty of Vocational School, Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Ratih Widiastuti  -  Faculty of Vocational School, Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia
Bangun IR Harsritanto  -  Departemen Arsitektur, Fakultas Teknik, Universitas Diponegoro, Indonesia

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Abstract

nowadays, sustainability has become an important issue in any development project, including area development. This
happen because the area development requires space, in this case land. As people developing land, it damages the
environment. It means there will be less balance between built environment and natural environment. This calls for
concern in urban sustainability. One of the ways to restore the balance is to reduce as much land as possible to be built
by maximizing the space. This paper will explore the multiple space use in terms of mixed-use development in different
level and also assess mixed land use implementation, which include the concept of diversity in urban sustainability

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Keywords: mixed land use; mix-used development urban sustainability; trias toponoma; literature review

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