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Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal
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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 Local Wisdom Study of Luan And Teben Concept on Balinese Ethnic Houses (Case Study: Balinese Ethnic Houses in Denpasar, Bali) I Kadek Merta Wijaya
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.4276

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Sanga Mandala is a concept that divide the layout of lowland Balinese house into nine zones. The intersection of two main axes, the ritual axis and the natural axis, forms the concept of Sanga Mandala. These axes have two poles called hulu/luan (mountain direction) and teben (sea direction). Along with times, the realization of Sanga Mandala in the form of buildings and zoning underwent a transformation in response to the increase in household members, modern mindset of the citizen, and tendency to follow contemporary trends. Changes to the zoning system that still follow the rules of traditional Balinese architecture are zones of sacred and ritual functions. With the development of modern mindset of the citizen, we can find those phenomena in Denpasar. This study aimed at examining the meaning of luan and teben on Balinese ethnic house layout in Denpasar. There is an interesting phenomenon that relates to the meaning of luan and teben in contemporary life. This study used interpretative naturalistic research method by emphasizing the empirical aspects of sensual, ethical, emic, logical, and transcendental. The results showed that there was a pattern of meaning on luan and teben in the conception of zoning, transformation of spaces and buildings, orientation of the building mass, as well as producing a pattern of meaning in zoning and ritual functions as the most important part in the residential space layout of Balinese ethnic houses in the midst of the development of Denpasar. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.4276
The Local Wisdom Study of Luan And Teben Concept on Balinese Ethnic Houses (Case Study: Balinese Ethnic Houses in Denpasar, Bali) Wijaya, I Kadek Merta
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.4276

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Sanga Mandala is a concept that divide the layout of lowland Balinese house into nine zones. The intersection of two main axes, the ritual axis and the natural axis, forms the concept of Sanga Mandala. These axes have two poles called hulu/luan (mountain direction) and teben (sea direction). Along with times, the realization of Sanga Mandala in the form of buildings and zoning underwent a transformation in response to the increase in household members, modern mindset of the citizen, and tendency to follow contemporary trends. Changes to the zoning system that still follow the rules of traditional Balinese architecture are zones of sacred and ritual functions. With the development of modern mindset of the citizen, we can find those phenomena in Denpasar. This study aimed at examining the meaning of luan and teben on Balinese ethnic house layout in Denpasar. There is an interesting phenomenon that relates to the meaning of luan and teben in contemporary life. This study used interpretative naturalistic research method by emphasizing the empirical aspects of sensual, ethical, emic, logical, and transcendental. The results showed that there was a pattern of meaning on luan and teben in the conception of zoning, transformation of spaces and buildings, orientation of the building mass, as well as producing a pattern of meaning in zoning and ritual functions as the most important part in the residential space layout of Balinese ethnic houses in the midst of the development of Denpasar. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.4276
Typology of Fala Kanci House As a North Maluku Traditional House Harisun, Endah
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.4005

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The Indonesian people are very rich in tradition and culture. One of the traditions and culture that still exists today is a traditional house. This traditional house has the uniqueness and characteristics of each region. Buttoned traditional house (fala kanci) is a traditional North Maluku house spread throughout North Maluku. Button house has unique characteristics, namely building construction. With building construction using wood as a building structure starting from beams on foundation, columns and beams which all bound together using traditional wooden pegs and joints. In this modern era the existence of traditional houses is increasingly rarely found. This research it is hoped that it can open up the horizons of thought about the existence and uniqueness of traditional houses owned by the people of North Maluku in general and the people of Ternate in particular. The typology approach by comparing four traditional houses of fala kanci was chose from four different villages, so that it can be conclude about the characteristics of fala kanci traditional houses in Ternate. These characteristics are in the form of building facades, floor plans, walls, foundations and construction of fala kanci traditional houses. Fala Kanci is also an earthquake resistant building because of the uniqueness of its building frame. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.4005
Typology of Fala Kanci House As a North Maluku Traditional House Harisun, Endah
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.4005

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The Indonesian people are very rich in tradition and culture. One of the traditions and culture that still exists today is a traditional house. This traditional house has the uniqueness and characteristics of each region. Buttoned traditional house (fala kanci) is a traditional North Maluku house spread throughout North Maluku. Button house has unique characteristics, namely building construction. With building construction using wood as a building structure starting from beams on foundation, columns and beams which all bound together using traditional wooden pegs and joints. In this modern era the existence of traditional houses is increasingly rarely found. This research it is hoped that it can open up the horizons of thought about the existence and uniqueness of traditional houses owned by the people of North Maluku in general and the people of Ternate in particular. The typology approach by comparing four traditional houses of fala kanci was chose from four different villages, so that it can be conclude about the characteristics of fala kanci traditional houses in Ternate. These characteristics are in the form of building facades, floor plans, walls, foundations and construction of fala kanci traditional houses. Fala Kanci is also an earthquake resistant building because of the uniqueness of its building frame. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.4005
Typology and Morphology of Traditional House of Sumbersari Village Udanawu Blitar District Heru Hendri Iswanto; Novi Sunu Sri Giriwati; Respati Wikantiyoso
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.3839

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Traditional houses in the village of Sumbersari are Javanese joglo houses that have been modified according to local culture. This traditional house is quite commonly found in Sumbersari Village, Udanawu District, Blitar, the distribution is quite evenly distributed in Blitar Regency. This traditional residence has the characteristics of the limasan building roof and has a symmetrical facade building, this residence belongs to a Javanese family with a higher status, so it has a uniqueness that is by the spatial layout and facade. Over time, only changes in spatial layout and facade are related to human needs, new technology, lifestyle, economic factors, inheritance, and cultural rights. With existence, traditional houses that are increasingly changing will eventually lose their identity. The purpose of this study is to analyze typologies by classifying traditional dwellings based on specific types and analyzing their morphology based on the level of change and the application of the changes. The method used is descriptive qualitative with a rationalistic discussion. The results of the studio are the data in the form of tables about the typology and morphology of traditional dwellings as the essence of the instructions for the form of traditional dwellings that can be contributed to the scientific architecture of the archipelago. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.3839
Typology and Morphology of Traditional House of Sumbersari Village Udanawu Blitar District Iswanto, Heru Hendri; Sri Giriwati, Novi Sunu; Wikantiyoso, Respati
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.3839

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Traditional houses in the village of Sumbersari are Javanese joglo houses that have been modified according to local culture. This traditional house is quite commonly found in Sumbersari Village, Udanawu District, Blitar, the distribution is quite evenly distributed in Blitar Regency. This traditional residence has the characteristics of the limasan building roof and has a symmetrical facade building, this residence belongs to a Javanese family with a higher status, so it has a uniqueness that is by the spatial layout and facade. Over time, only changes in spatial layout and facade are related to human needs, new technology, lifestyle, economic factors, inheritance, and cultural rights. With existence, traditional houses that are increasingly changing will eventually lose their identity. The purpose of this study is to analyze typologies by classifying traditional dwellings based on specific types and analyzing their morphology based on the level of change and the application of the changes. The method used is descriptive qualitative with a rationalistic discussion. The results of the studio are the data in the form of tables about the typology and morphology of traditional dwellings as the essence of the instructions for the form of traditional dwellings that can be contributed to the scientific architecture of the archipelago. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.3839
Traditionally Catching and Processing of Laor in Moluccas Islands Mahulette, Ferymon
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.4078

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Laor is a fishery product that found in Moluccas at March or April, a few days after the full moon. The swarming of laor in Moluccas is called timba laor. This event is one of the local wisdoms that must be conserved. The people have always consumed this worms for long time, but research of catching and processing techniques of laor has never been done. This research aimed to describe the techniques of catching and processing laor in Moluccas Province. This research was descriptive qualitative. Data was collected from direct observations and documentation from volunteers in several villages only in Moluccas Province, i.e. Latuhalat (Ambon), Booi (Saparua), Taruy (Geser), Elaar (Kei), and Emplawas (Tepa) villages. The catching and processing laor were very diverse in Moluccas. The people were usually catch of laor used a tanggo, both of triangular or oval shape. Laor that has been taken then processed into laor lawar and bakasang. Both of these food products were very popular in Moluccas community. This research was expected to conserve of timba laor culture to support the tourism in Moluccas province.DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.4078
Traditionally Catching and Processing of Laor in Moluccas Islands Mahulette, Ferymon
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
Publisher : Merdeka Malang University

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.4078

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Laor is a fishery product that found in Moluccas at March or April, a few days after the full moon. The swarming of laor in Moluccas is called timba laor. This event is one of the local wisdoms that must be conserved. The people have always consumed this worms for long time, but research of catching and processing techniques of laor has never been done. This research aimed to describe the techniques of catching and processing laor in Moluccas Province. This research was descriptive qualitative. Data was collected from direct observations and documentation from volunteers in several villages only in Moluccas Province, i.e. Latuhalat (Ambon), Booi (Saparua), Taruy (Geser), Elaar (Kei), and Emplawas (Tepa) villages. The catching and processing laor were very diverse in Moluccas. The people were usually catch of laor used a tanggo, both of triangular or oval shape. Laor that has been taken then processed into laor lawar and bakasang. Both of these food products were very popular in Moluccas community. This research was expected to conserve of timba laor culture to support the tourism in Moluccas province.DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.4078
Jolotundo As an Attraction of Local Wisdom Based Ecotourism Muhammad Ridwan Basalamah; Hariri Hariri
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.4144

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Tourism has now developed into one of the largest industries in various parts of the world by providing many benefits in each sector In addition this study also aims to determine whether there is an influence of the perception of tourists in the Jolotundo area as an ecotourism attraction in the village of Seloliman. Ethnography was used to conduct this study. Qualitative data related to local wisdom were obtained through several techniques. Interview and observation were used to gain the main data, while secondary data were taken from related document analysis. The result The most frequent activity of visitors to Jolotundo is at night. On certain nights, such as on the full moon night, Friday night legi, 1 muharram night, and on the night of one Suro. On that night Jolotundo was full of pilgrims, many thousands of pilgrims came to hold rituals with a specific purpose. Every day the Jolotundo temple is crowded by visitors. Many of them are carrying out activities in the temple. Every activity carried out by the community varies depending on their desires and beliefs. Some visitors who come to Petirtaan Jolotundo also have a need for recreation "refreshing the mind" and can also be used for study tours because the natural panorama of Petirtaan Jolotundo tourism is indeed very beautiful and cool on the western slope of Mount Penanggungan, so it also right to refresh the mind. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.4144
Jolotundo As an Attraction of Local Wisdom Based Ecotourism Basalamah, Muhammad Ridwan; Hariri, Hariri
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 12, No 2 (2020): July 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v12i2.4144

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Tourism has now developed into one of the largest industries in various parts of the world by providing many benefits in each sector In addition this study also aims to determine whether there is an influence of the perception of tourists in the Jolotundo area as an ecotourism attraction in the village of Seloliman. Ethnography was used to conduct this study. Qualitative data related to local wisdom were obtained through several techniques. Interview and observation were used to gain the main data, while secondary data were taken from related document analysis. The result The most frequent activity of visitors to Jolotundo is at night. On certain nights, such as on the full moon night, Friday night legi, 1 muharram night, and on the night of one Suro. On that night Jolotundo was full of pilgrims, many thousands of pilgrims came to hold rituals with a specific purpose. Every day the Jolotundo temple is crowded by visitors. Many of them are carrying out activities in the temple. Every activity carried out by the community varies depending on their desires and beliefs. Some visitors who come to Petirtaan Jolotundo also have a need for recreation "refreshing the mind" and can also be used for study tours because the natural panorama of Petirtaan Jolotundo tourism is indeed very beautiful and cool on the western slope of Mount Penanggungan, so it also right to refresh the mind. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v12i2.4144

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