Architecture of Soko Wolu Traditional House in Dusun Cemorosewu - Magetan

Johan Wahyudi, Respati Wikantiyoso, Junianto Junianto
2018 Local Wisdom Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal  
Traditional houses in Indonesia have become silent witnesses of how life in the past was carried out and its influence on the order of life of the people at that time. Likewise with the traditional Javanese houses of the community of dusun Cemorosewu -Magetan, which have the characteristics and functionally have specific aims and objectives that influence the process of establishing the building. This study is expected to provide a benefit in the form of the development of knowledge related to
more » ... raditional houses in general which can be applied in building architecture. The method used in this writing is descriptive method with non random sampling technique, which is purposive sampling (purposive sampling technique). From the discussion, it can be seen that the traditional house in dusun Cemorosewu only has two clusters, namely griya wingking with dhapur limasan and griya pawon with dhapur kampong where griya pawon is always on the left either the wingking house faces north or south. The supporting structure of the roof of the house is supported by 8 (eight) poles so that it is often referred to as omah soko wolu. Walls are made of split stone and zinc roofing and there are still cooking stoves that use fuel from firewood along with complementary components such as pogo and sigiran and roof openings in an effort to remove smoke. ABSTRAK
doi:10.26905/lw.v10i1.2660 fatcat:qjrocmeqbbfv7aruwafumk2ptq