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Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal
ISSN : 20863764     EISSN : 26154951     DOI : -
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LOCAL WISDOM is a scientific journal in the field of Architecture and the City as a "bridge" between the disciplines of architecture and urban planning and design studies.This scientific journal focusing on research relating to the study of local wisdom. Local knowledge is a potential local characteristic based on a local culture that has been a tradition in public life. A form of local wisdom studies varied widely, ranging from a cultural value system, social system to the physical manifestation of culture in the form of local knowledge, local technologies, as well as the physical form of the built environment. Studies of local wisdom is an effort in order to realize the harmony of the city environment, and sustainable through the use and development of local knowledge, contextual and a participatory approach.
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The Morphology of Hierarchy Limasan House Space in Kertosari Ponorogo Wahyuni Eka Sari
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 1 (2020): January 2020
Publisher : University of Merdeka Malang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i1.3615

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Limasan house is one of the traditional houses in Java. Limasan house is a house that functions as a residence that has a unique form. Limasan house is found in Ponorogo Regency including Kertosari Village. Kertosari Village was once a batik producing center in Ponorogo Regency. The Limasan house in Kertosari Village used to function as a home to produce batik. The Limasan house which is now in Kertosari Village has started to be abandoned and neglected without any maintenance. The hierarchy of space becomes an important unit in the part of the house. Hierarchy is formed because of various factors. The purpose of this study was to find out how the morphology of the space hierarchy of the Limasan House has its unique shape. The method used is descriptive analysis with exposure to the results of field surveys. The results obtained from this study are changes from the hierarchy of space inside the Limasan house that used to be in the living room of the main building, now turning into a living room or middle room as its hierarchy. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i1.3615
The Bamboo Greenhouse Technology For Hydroganic Plants with Independent Photovoltaic Energy in the Food Safety Program Hery Budiyanto; Aries Boedi Setiawan; Munanto Haris; Muhammad Iqbal; Elta Sonalitha
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 1 (2020): January 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i1.3676

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The development of the city has made a lot of agricultural land turned into residential land and other urban facilities so that agricultural land becomes increasingly narrow so that it can weaken the food safety program. Another way is needed to utilize narrow land in an effort to develop agricultural products, namely by farming and maintaining fish hydroganic. Hydroganic comes from the words "Hydro" and "Organic" which are defined as organic cultivation systems by combining the hydro system and the organic system. The main source of nutrition from hydroganic is obtained from solid and liquid organic fertilizer and fish pond water that is treated as plant nutrition. The Hydroganic Technology Dissemination Program with independent electricity sources from solar power plants was carried out in Kampung Bunga Grangsil, Jambangan Village, Dampit District, Malang Regency. Communities that are the perpetrators of the activities are the Tourism Awareness Group "Kampoeng Boenga Grangsil" and the "Syakura Arum" Farmer Women's Group. The research method uses a descriptive qualitative method, beginning with the design, the creation of an Independent Energy Hydroganic Greenhouse and the planting of vegetables and fish stocking. Retrieval of data in the form of observations and documentation of photos and videos on activities: a) lectures and discussions; b) practice of making bamboo structures greenhouses; c) the practice of installing hydroganic plants; d) the practice of installing solar power plants; e) Hydroganic vegetable and fish growing practices. Through this program the construction of a tunnel-shaped greenhouse with bamboo structure has been carried out successfully, 2 (two) hydroganic farming facilities complete with fish ponds, 1 (one) solar power generation unit consisting of 4 solar panels each with a capacity of 100 wp with energy storage in the form of a 100 AH 12 V battery and a 1000 WH inverter in sunny conditions producing a minimum of 13.6 Amp, 18.8 V can meet the energy needs to drive the water circulation pump and greenhouse lighting lamps and the surrounding environment. Planting sla and mustard greens as well as spreading catfish and tilapia in mid-August 2019, lettuce vegetables can be harvested at the end of September 2019. The success that can be seen is that when farmers cannot grow vegetables in dry land, the vegetable plants in this hydroganic greenhouse remain fertile and healthy because water circulation occurs continuously. Tunnel-shaped greenhouse with bamboo structure using independent energy for hydropower farming is very practical, efficient and quick to build and can be planted with vegetables and spread fish throughout the year without pause is expected to be a prototype of modern agricultural and fishery facilities without relying on the rainy or dry season in the framework of the program increase national scale food safety. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i1.3676
Identification and Orientation on Spatial Arrangement of Wajo Traditional Village, Keo Tengah, Nagekeo Regency Lake, Reginaldo Christophori; Purbadi, Yohanes Djarot; Harmans, Herman Florianus
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 1 (2020): January 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i1.3581

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The purpose of this paper is to describe the uniqueness of spatial arrangement of Wajo traditional villages in Nagekeo district, which is designed based on local wisdom. Traditional settlements in Indonesia have a spatial concept that has the potential to become the basis of contemporary architecture. The spatial arrangement of traditional settlements of Wajo village is interesting to disclose the principle and its constituent elements as one of Indonesia's architectural properties that maintaining local culture. The problem under study is the dominant (important) aspects underlying the spatial concept of traditional village settlements Wajo custom. The method used is to study literature in various writings on the spatial layout phenomenon of traditional settlements, as well as the elaboration of physical theories (structuring principles) and non-physical theories (identification and orientation) to find the dominant relationships that form the spatial layout of the Wajo traditional village. The analysis is based on Schulz's phenomenological paradigm and Salura's design principle theory. From the results of the analysis, it was found that the spatial concept of the Wajo traditional village is a relation of the perception of the surrounding environment, site, shape, figure and natural-cultural cycle influenced by dominant factors namely the top-down orientation (sacred and profane) and physical adaptation of the topography of the place, as well as elements binding (datum) in the form of tribal order (the existence of mosalaki), cultural symbols (customs), and spiritual (ancestors). DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i1.3581  
Visual Character of Colonial Building Facade in Suroyo Street Corridor, Probolinggo City Indonesia Adita Ronarizkia; Novi Sunu Sri Giriwati
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 1 (2020): January 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i1.3833

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Suroyo street corridor located in the City of Probolinggo is one of the central areas of the Dutch government that has several conservation buildings as a historical identity of the city. Colonial buildings in this location have various facades that are able to describe the visual characteristics of the historic area. However, there were developments that affect the modernity of the region by changing colonial buildings into other functions and changing some facade elements which will certainly eliminate some of the visual characteristics of colonial building facades on each building. The purpose of this study is to classify the facade forming elements and get the dominant form in each element that forms the facade of the remaining colonial buildings, so it wouldn't lose the overall visual character of the colonial building facade and to be able to respond to the development of a more directed and controlled. The method that were used is descriptive qualitative methods by selecting samples using purposive sampling, then proceed with data collection through field observations and interviews to obtain relevant information and analysis by classifying building masses, walls, roof elements, doors, windows and facade symmetry. The results showed the visual character of the colonial building with the style of De Stilj with the classification of the dominance of a single mass, roof shield, paint plaster brick walls, double-paneled doors, double-windowed grating, and the symmetrical shape of the building facade. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i1.3833
Cultural Capital of a community to adapt in prone areas with floods, land subsidence and its Architectural representation. Case Study in Bandarharjo Semarang Ameir, Muchi Juma; Ekomadyo, Agus S; Hutomo, Cahyo Septianto
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 1 (2020): January 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i1.3704

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Most of the community in Northen part of Semarang especial in Kampung Bandarharjo that is 1.5km distance to Kota Lama Semarang they are surrounded by Kali Semarng and the Kali baru that is has been the reason of flash flooding disaster and (rob) tidal flood from seawater, currently they are still live in prone areas to disasters such as tidal floods and land subsidence, they have their own ways to adapt and survive into their context relating with what type of disaster they face and what mitigation culture they have so as to adapt with the built environment. This means of survival could be interpreted as indigenous knowledge that has been transferred in many generations and represents people’s lifestyle. The methods they used for culture mitigation can be also interpreted in architectural form based on their local understanding and their surrounding environment, it comprises on skills, credentials, manners and knowledge. These terms will rely on the Cultural Capital from Forms of Capital by Pierre Boudier Concept. These skills while they have improved can be utilized in other areas of the same context and same structure of community.  Indigenous knowledge, as a local knowledge has been gathered and passed through generations of living in a specific location, belongs to and is sustained by communities. Indigenous knowledge also involves of thoughts, experiences, practices and material that have been created locally or produced elsewhere, but have been transformed by local people and incorporated into the local way of life. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i1.3704  
Local Wisdom-Based Stories in Conserving Water Resources Dian Novita Dewi; Irene Nany Kusumawardani; Alies Poetri Lintangsari
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 1 (2020): January 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i1.3646

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Along with the rapid development of technology, local wisdom tends to run into marginalization so that it is completely lost (Choesin, 2002 cited in Rasna Tantra, 2017). The local wisdom should be able to become a milestone in the community in order to preserve the cultural heritage and the natural resources. Meanwhile, a transformation towards sustainability is urgently needed for our planet, and every other living thing on it including the resources it provides. Therefore, this study aims at exploring the local wisdoms that still exist and develops at several springs in Singosari Malang. Locations were chosen based on the profile of the springs which still have good management based on the local wisdom that are passed on through generations. The springs include Sumber Biru and Sumber Nagan in Gunungrejo village, Singosari District Malang. The research approach used is ethnographic research. Interviews, focused discussions, and documentation were the techniques used to collect the data. The result is descriptively presented in a form of a history of the springs which is retold in the form of short story. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i1.3646
Community Assistance for Forest and Land Fire Prevention (Karhutla) in Gelebak Dalam Village, Banyuasin District, South Sumatra Yenrizal Tarmizi; Muhammad Sirozi
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 1 (2020): January 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i1.3586

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Forest and land fires (karhutla) are events that always occur every year in Indonesia. South Sumatra is one of the regions contributing to the forest and land fires. Various attempts have been made but it still does not work. This paper aims to describe other methods of dealing with forest and land fires, namely the assistance method. Its location is in Gelebak Dalam Village, South Sumatra. The method used is participatory action research. The results show that community participation is able to prevent forest and land fires and create new methods in assistance. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i1.3586  

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