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Study Of Vernacular Spaces (Case Study: Contemporary Javanese House)

Moehammed Nawawiy Loebis, Sarika Nuraini
2019 Jurnal Koridor  
As the development era, vernacular architecture in a traditional Javanese house transformed into a contemporary Javanese village of Meranti Aek Nabara.  ...  Physical changes occur in spatial patterns beyond is the management of the front page, back, and sides, while the spatial pattern in is the type and quantity of space, an organization of space, orientation  ...  in planning and design..  ... 
doi:10.32734/koridor.v10i2.1393 fatcat:fdubeefhcnbr7l2kprtjnbnwhq

CHANGE AND CONTINUITY OF THE TRADITIONAL JAVANESE LIFE STYLE OF ABDI DALEM HOUSES

Marchelia Sari, Dwita Rahmi
2017 Journal of architecture&ENVIRONMENT  
This study aims to understand how the traditional Javanese life styles in Abdi dalem houses have continued, or transformed to adapt to modernization through the study of Abdi dalem Houses located at three  ...  The function of pendopo from social activities changed to the house extension. Fourth, the spatial addition of the house in pawon and dalem adressed to fulfill the modern lifestyle.  ...  ' which occurs at Pamidangan space Physical Aspect Spatial Organization Table 8 . 8 Continuity of Javanese Lifestyle in architectural elements on Abdi dalem Houses (continued)The Continuity of Javanese  ... 
doi:10.12962/j2355262x.v16i2.a3209 fatcat:zwsjl3p5ebfivdj43jx4yzbczq

Spatial Connectivity of Indonesian Shop Houses

Lya Dewi Anggraini
2018 Asian Journal of Environment-Behaviour Studies  
This may assume that in Chinese shop houses the access to the rooms is more strictly controlled and circulation is more regulated than in Javanese shop houses.  ...  By analyzing samples from Chinese & Javanese settlement in Yogyakarta, the result shows that the spatial connectivity of the Chinese shop houses has the inclination of direct connectivity than is the Javanese  ...  Thus, this paper aims at analyzing the spatial connection of the house layout.  ... 
doi:10.21834/aje-bs.v3i7.268 fatcat:irdup6d3fvd7voe23r3u2qerkm

THE TRANSFORMATION OF RESIDENTIAL SPATIAL AND FORM IN KAUMAN VILLAGE YOGYAKARTA

Amos Setiadi, C. Dwi Astuti Depari
2021 Journal of Islamic Architecture  
Nevertheless, Batik skipper's residences retain Javanese architecture and Indische architecture characteristics as a symbol of the social status of the Batik Skipper and Ketib; The space for religious  ...  This research aims to find the residential transformation factors and form in Kauman village in Yogyakarta and the characteristic of each object to conserve Kauman village as a constituent element that  ...  The purpose of this study is to uncover the transformation seen in the residential houses in Kauman village as a kampong that has the peculiar blend of Islamic and Javanese architecture.  ... 
doi:10.18860/jia.v6i4.11665 fatcat:yrbfwhef4zhufk5nshnf2p3a7i

Spatial Arrangement in Chinese and Javanese Shop House in Yogyakarta City

Lya Dewi Anggraini
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
By purposively choosing shop houses built by Chinese & Javanese in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, the analysis focuses on the distinct spatial arrangement which resulted in the inward/outward orientation, multi-unit  ...  Interviewing, photographing and sketching were conducted in order to get the house plan and number of rooms, and the behavior tracing method to complete the information about activity and function of the  ...  It can be traced back from many earlier centuries in different periods at different places that all together had shaped the physical structure and development of architecture and housing in Java which  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.03.061 fatcat:b4e2eb53xzbk3be4ubpkgmrufq

Ethnographic Approach for Research on Vernacular Architecture: Four Case Studies of Indigenous Communities in Indonesia

Agus D. Hariyanto, Iwan Sudradjat, Sugeng Triyadi
2021 Nakhara : Journal of Environmental Design and Planning  
Unsurprisingly, an ethnographic approach is critical to studying these communities' architecture and living culture in Indonesia.  ...  Many ethnic groups with unique cultures exist in Indonesia, but their vernacular architecture and living cultures need to be supported to ensure sustainability.  ...  This study aimed to explore the spatial transformation of the Dayak Bukit housing and settlements (Muchamad et al., 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.54028/nj202120108 fatcat:l3rv72apdvdbhbzierrlk3ou7e

Dualism in the Javanese House and Transformation With focus on the houses of Kotagede, Yogyakarta

Seo Ryeung Ju, Do Yeon Kim, Revianto Budi Santosa
2018 Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering  
Through case studies of the traditional houses existing in Kotagede, Yogyakarta, this paper aims to clarify how this type of dualism is realized in Javanese houses and how dualism has been transformed  ...  Such dualism, which is represented in the form and use of Javanese housing, causes the house to consist of various separated units assigned with contrasting concepts.  ...  The langgar dhuwur is usually located in the attic of a Javanese traditional house in Kotagede.  ... 
doi:10.3130/jaabe.17.71 fatcat:ir6qisx5wjerdnebbf2ksdiqoy

THE CONCEPT OF MODERN DUTCH COLONIAL ARCHITECTURE TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF JAVANESE ARCHITECTURE

ARDIYANTO Antonius, DJUNAEDI Achmad, IKAPUTRA Suryabrata, DJADMIKA Adi
2014 DIMENSI (Journal of Architecture and Built Environment)  
The potential of traditional Javanese architecture in terms of shape, material and solving the problems of the tropical climate conditions, aims to achieve comfort in the building the use of potencies  ...  The architects of had understood that the development of modern architecture in the East Indies must include the local environment and climate aspects of traditional architecture that has existed in the  ...  This article is organized as a literature review on the development of traditional Javanese architecture in modern Dutch colonial architecture.  ... 
doi:10.9744/dimensi.41.1.37-42 fatcat:3k27h2ufpzcfpit5l64nr2ovnu

How the Communal Buildings Created? Socio-Spatial Transformation of the Osing in Kemiren Village towards Social Sustainability

I Made Dwiki Putrawan, Ni Ketut Agusintadewi, Widiastuti Widiastuti
2021 Local Wisdom Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal  
The study aims to disclose the transformation process in spatial patterns and forms that occurs in communal facilities.  ...  Both the local government and people work organized in preserving traditional architectural values as a pearl of local wisdom.  ...  How traditional houses changed into an architectural model in the form of communal buildings? How does socio-spatial transformation affect this change towards social sustainability?  ... 
doi:10.26905/lw.v13i2.5184 fatcat:zyg6qviz7bdjvgsb7panevcjsa

The Value of Gotong-royong in the Mountainous Settlement of Kepuharjo Village at Pagerjurang Permanent Shelter in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Freddy Marihot Rotua Nainggolan, Tarcicius Yoyok Wahyu Subroto, Agam Marsoyo
2021 International Journal of Built Environment and Sustainability  
Providing housing for refugees due to disasters is a common problem in countries prone to natural disasters.  ...  This research is a qualitative research which aims to find a reflection of the space-occupancy value system that occurs in the village of Kepuharjo at the Pagerjurang permanent shelter.  ...  We also would like to appreciate The Doctoral Program of Architecture, Universitas Gadjah Mada, for all the research assistance.  ... 
doi:10.11113/ijbes.v8.n3.822 fatcat:davxzilpkbfpddejhwkbrdmyqi

Representation of a Human Body: A Comparison Study between Balinese and Javanese Traditional House

Anak Agung Ayu Wulandari, Ade Ariyani Sari Fajarwati
2020 Humaniora  
The research would look further at the representation of the human body in both Balinese and Javanese traditional houses and compared the function and meaning of each part.  ...  From the architectural drawing top to bottom, both houses show the same structure that is identical to the human body; head at the top, followed by the body, and feet at the bottom.  ...  Besides, Setyoningrum et al. (2015) have mentioned that the Javanese house's spatial organization also represents the daily practice of social interaction and the structure of social hierarchy in the  ... 
doi:10.21512/humaniora.v11i2.6408 fatcat:nfgjkubrwbfljlqzgjlt22dx3u

THE TRADITION OF LIVING OF MUSLIM COMMUNITY KUDUSKULON

Suprapti
2014 Journal of Social Sciences (New York, N.Y.)  
The ethnical dynamics of coastal cities have major influence in the Muslim settlement in Kudus Kulon, this is visible from, among them, the building orientations and the spatial arrangement.  ...  The research will contribute to enrich to the architectural theory especially for a place of local wisdom. The locus of this research is in KampungKauman Kudus Kulon.  ...  This organization of space show that there is an hierarchy in Kudus's house.  ... 
doi:10.3844/jssp.2014.63.73 fatcat:f57bfgyeonfxhmfp5cgceba5e4

THE SPATIAL CONCEPTS OF CULTURAL HERITAGE VILLAGE TOWARD A TOURISM DEVELOPMENT; A CASE STUDY OF KADILANGU DEMAK INDONESIA

Atiek Suprapti, Agung Budi Sardjono, Indriastjario Indriastjario, Edward E. Pandelaki
2019 Journal of Architecture and Urbanism  
The purpose of this article is to find the concept of spatial setting formed by economic, cultural and religious factors in this historical area.  ...  In this kind of situation, the community must adapt spatial settings to accommodate their needs.  ...  Heru Susanto (the Head of Research and Community Service Institution Chairman of Diponegoro University), M.  ... 
doi:10.3846/jau.2019.6057 fatcat:swy7x74i4zbb5iq27v332rsibe

Pendhapa Natabratan: Symbolic Meaning of the Javanese House in Demak, Indonesia

Ashadi Ashadi
2020 International Journal of Architecture Arts and Applications  
Pendhapa Natabratan At Kadilangu, Demak, Central Java, Indonesia was one of the Javanese noble houses which had very strong Javanese symbols.  ...  Javanese house contained symbolic meaning, socio-cultural values as well as architectural value, together with a unique structure that was adapted to the environmental and cultural conditions.  ...  Daily domestic functions are carried out by Sunan Kalijaga's family heirs, and cultural functions are carried out by heirs and Javanese people in Demak and surrounding areas.  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.ijaaa.20200603.12 fatcat:ohq6rubudzgtlocvntksof4pfa

In Search of the Power of Javanese Culture against the Cultural Urbanization in Kotagede, Yogyakarta-Indonesia

Bambang Supriyadi, Budi Sudarwanto, Hermin Werdiningsih
2012 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
People living now in urban area in most of isolated territory and tend to separated each other from a socio-cultural standpoint which is not found in Kotagede, Yogyakarta.  ...  The results are way of life, social relationship, and religiosity of Javanese culture become a power to maintain cultural urbanization pressure.  ...  In common, in the Kampong Purbayan and Prenggan buildings and houses are still old buildings, one-storey traditional Javanese houses and generally they have pringgitan or open terraces at the front.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2012.12.258 fatcat:fovr44k6hjbvbkxam7srpkli5e
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