The Strong Architectonic Elements of Traditional Vernacular Architecture in Indonesia

Show simple item record Herwindo, Rahadhian Prajudi 2019-11-01T04:04:45Z 2019-11-01T04:04:45Z 2019
dc.identifier.issn 2090-4304
dc.identifier.issn artsc446
dc.description JOURNAL OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH; Vol.9 No.3, 2019. p. 14-21. en_US
dc.description.abstract Indonesia has a wealth of traditional vernacular building architecture that is scattered with various types of shapes. The diversity is estimated to have strong elements that show a red thread in the form of architectonic patterns. Through this study, it is expected that architectonic patterns may be recognized based on the diversity and distinctiveness of the designs displayed so that their potential can be determined for both the present and the future. Many descriptions of architectural designs encountered in Indonesia today with their specific form give the impression of being detached from their specific 'place' and 'collective memory' owned by Indonesia. This study aims to explain the architecturally strong elements of traditional Indonesian buildings through typomorphology. Based on architectonic comparative studies, various elements of traditional Indonesian residential architecture are identified with strong elements including the concepts of Ornamental, Symbiosis of Outer, Transitional, and Inner Space, Breathing Walls, Roof Domination, Non-Rigid Structures, and the like. These elements have the potential to be further developed reflecting the progress being made in this era (progressivevisionary), but still built based on the values of locality that refer to Indonesia's noble culture. en_US
dc.language.iso en en_US
dc.publisher TextRoad Publication en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries JOURNAL OF BASIC AND APPLIED SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH;Vol.9 No.3, 2019.
dc.subject INDONESIAN en_US
dc.subject TYPO-MORPHOLOGY en_US
dc.subject ARCHITECTONIC en_US
dc.title The Strong Architectonic Elements of Traditional Vernacular Architecture in Indonesia en_US
dc.type Journal Articles en_US

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