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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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Processing and Utilization of Sago palm in Central Moluccas Ferymon Mahulette; Yoin M Matulessy; Eifan B Pattiasina; Marselina R Rupilu
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 13, No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v13i1.4406

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Indigenous people in Moluccas consumed sago flour as a main food. It is extracted from the pith of the sago palm (Metroxylon sp) by traditional and modern processing. Sago flour can be processed into various local food products which are local wisdom of the Moluccan. These products are produced by a very diverse community. In addition, stalks and leaves of sago tree can also be used for building construction. This study aims to describe the processing techniques and utilization of sago palm in Central Moluccas. This research was descriptive qualitative. Data was collected from direct observations and documentation from volunteers in several villages only in Central Moluccas, i.e. Hila village (Ambon), Tuhaha and Ouw villages (Saparua), Kamarian and Iha-Luhu villages (West Ceram), and several villages in Geser and Gorom islands (East Ceram). The results showed that sago processing in Central Moluccas was done manually (traditional) or machinery. The processing technique these plants was relatively the same but the processed sago products vary greatly in each village. Sago processed products such as papeda, sagu lempeng, sagu tumbuk, serut, sagu buksona, sagu lakar and sagu fitrah. Besides it flour used as food, stalks and leaves of sago tree are used to build traditional houses, baileo and worship houses. This research was expected to conserve of the pukul sagu tradition and sago processed products to support the tourism in Central Moluccas DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v13i1.4406
Tourism Destination Based on Local Values in Wonosoco Village, Kudus Regency, Indonesia Fatmawati, Noor; Prasetya, Aditya Isnaini
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 13, No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v13i1.4723

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Wonosoco Village has natural and cultural phenomena based on local wisdom that have the potential as a tourist destination. However, the lack of understanding of the village community in developing tourism potential as well as the geographical conditions of the village which are prone to landslides and flash floods, it is difficult to be promoted to become a tourist village, so the community does not understand the essence of the values of village local wisdom. The purpose of this study is to analyze tourist destinations based on local wisdom values in Wonosoco Village, Kudus Regency. The qualitative research method used is a phenomenological approach. The main informants are the village head, with informants supporting the village community, Pokdarwis members, and tourists. Retrieval of data through observation and interview techniques with data analysis using the Spradley Model through the stages of analysis of domains, taxonomies, components, and cultural themes. The findings show that there are potential tourist destinations, namely natural resources, human resources, recreational facilities, and events organized by the government. This tourist destination essentially has local wisdom values in the form of spiritual values, social values, and cultural values that can construct knowledge for the community to be realized in everyday life, so it needs to be preserved to provide a transfer of values to generations to respect the values of wisdom. local culture DOI:https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v13i1.4723
Spatial Adaptation of Traditional Javanese Houses in Landscape Design of Senaputra Cultural Tourism Park Suwarlan, Stivani Ayuning
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 13, No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v13i1.4770

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One of the efforts to preserve Indonesian culture and heritage is through cultural tourism parks. Therefore, the existence of a cultural tourism park is very important because it has Indonesian cultural values. The problem currently faced by Indonesia, especially Malang City, East Java, is the number of new modern tourism parks that make cultural tourism parks less attractive. The rise number of modern tourism parks in Malang has reached 100% in the last 5 years, while there has been no addition of cultural parks in Malang. As what happened at the Senaputra Cultural Tourism Park, Malang that is famous as a park that preserves traditional culture, especially East Java culture. In the glorious era of Taman Senaputra in 1980s, traditional East Javanese dances and wayangkulit performances were often held. The research method used quantitative and qualitative research. First, through observation to determine the factual conditions of the research area using walkthrough analysis techniques. Second, through questionnaires to find out communities perceptions of preferences between modern parks compared to cultural parks and to find out the communities perception of the Senaputra cultural park main problems. The results of the questionnaire were processed using SPSS and analyzed using a linkert scale to determine the priority scale of main problems. The results of this study showing people preferences and perception index score of modern park 82.04% and cultural park 17.96%. The main problem of less preferences index score of cultural park is due to of the irregular landscape arrangement of the cultural park and does not have the characteristics of Javanese culture as a cultural park and author observation’s resulted that this park also lacks of maintenance and most of park elements are damaged, so there is a need for design directions from the landscape side which has the character of Javanese culture in an effort to revive (revitalize) the cultural tourism park so that it is again in demand and cultural values as the national identity are not forgotten and lost DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v13i1.4770
“Gawai”: Cultural Activities in the Shroud of Jangkang Bokidoh Dayak Tribe Traditional Architecture in Balai Sebut Village Irawan Setyabudi; Dian Kartika Santoso; Katarina Albina
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 13, No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v13i1.4816

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Balai Sebut Village located in Perintis Hamlet, Sanggau Regency, which has indigenous people, namely Dayak Jangkang Bokidoh. Local wisdom in those areas still closely held, either tangible, such as traditional architectural forms, or intangible, such as traditional and cultural activities. This study discusses the visual form of the traditional house, the pattern of micro-space arrangement and traditional activities that use the “Gawai” space. “Gawai” is a religious ceremony as a sense of gratitude which involves the use of micro to macro spaces. The purpose of this research is to focus on the identification of house forms, settlement patterns, and cultural activities that using an architectural space as an effort to preserve traditional architecture which is precisely in Perintis Hamlet. The research method was carried out in a descriptive-qualitative manner with an ethnographic approach. Data collection was carried out through a focus group discussion. The results showed that the Dayak Jangkang Bokidoh tribe had architectural tangible and intangible values. Physical spaces that have architectural value will have meaning if there are activities that involve the space. In this case, seven kinds of traditions are still preserved in Balai Sebut village, namely in the form of “Gawai”, which are related to the presence of ancestors, gratitude for the harvest, birth, death, and marriage as cultural activities that must be preserved together with the traditional house. So, “Gawai” can be said as a cultural activity that gives meaning to space in the traditional architecture of the Jangkang Bokidoh Dayak Tribe. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v13i1.4816
Indonesian Coffee Culture and Heritage: Demystifying the Heritage Value of Coffee Shops inside Historical Buildings in Jakarta and Bandung Kevin Mochamad Oktafarel; Mario Khouw; Dinda Nadhila Augusta; Ali Arifin; Agus Suharjono Ekomadyo; Vanessa Susanto
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 13, No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v13i1.5088

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Coffee culture has existed in Indonesia for ages and has a long history. Its existence is indicated by coffee shops in various regions and areas in Indonesia, e.g., in heritage buildings or areas. This research aims to analyze coffee culture in historical coffee shops and coffee shops built in heritage buildings, followed by finding the benefit and impact of heritage value on their coffee culture. This research was done on two coffee shops in Jakarta (Kopi Es Tak Kie and Starbucks Filateli) and another two in Bandung (Warung Kopi Purnama and Starbuck Asia Afrika). Observation, literature study, and in-depth interviews with visitors, employees, and employers were conducted to gather the required information and data. This research shows that heritage values increase the attractiveness and value of the coffee shops mentioned, even though their way of interpreting and upholding them is different. The family-owned coffee shops uphold their heritage values by highlighting the shops' history, while the chain coffee shops uphold theirs by taking advantage of the historical buildings or areas as the main component of their identities. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v13i1.5088
Building Maintenance Assessment on Official Houses in Stilt Type at Jatiroto Sugar Factory Lumajang District, East Java, Indonesia Sari, Wahyuni Eka; Sudikno, Antariksa; Santosa, Herry
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 13, No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v13i1.5108

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The complex of Jatiroto Sugar Factory did not only consist of factory area, but also residential housing. The official house of Jatiroto Sugar Factory was a house destined for the factory officials. On this area of official house, a house was in stilt type. The stilt type in the complex area of Jatiroto Sugar Factory was a unique type, it was differed from the other types of official house. The official house in stilt type has a fascinating specific feature to be examined. However, this official house began to be neglected. A number of houses have been left and not maintained because of the building oldness. The objective of this research was to identify and assess the official house building at Jatiroto Sugar Factory based on the cultural significance value of building maintenance. The descriptive evaluative method was used to assess the building of official house at Jatiroto Sugar Factory. The descriptive method was done and aimed to identify the cultural significance value of building maintenance, while the evaluative method was aimed to determine the maintenance value, so it could result to the value as a direction of building preservation. The result was the value of cultural significance of building maintenance that could be used in the preservation directives. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v13i1.5108
Conservation of Natural Resource Management in the Buffer Village Community of Alas Purwo Banyuwangi National Park East Java Indonesia Based on Local Wisdom Eko Setiawan; Keppi Sukesi; Kliwon Hidayat; Yayuk Yuliati
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 13, No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v13i1.5109

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This research describes the life of the people around the buffer village area of Alas Purwo National Park which has local wisdom in the form of a number of traditions, in the form of rules or restrictions that are still valid for generations. This local wisdom has the value of ecological intelligence that is maintained and developed so as not to be driven by modernization. Local wisdom owned by the community is used as a reference in the management of forest areas, both myths, abstinence. The type of research used is descriptive qualitative with sociological approach with case study design. The results showed that the community around Alas Purwo National Park area has local wisdom in the form of a number of traditions, rules or restrictions that are still valid for generations that are then maintained and obeyed until now. The restriction is in the form of a ban on killing peacocks and menco and abstinence in the payang system. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v13i1.5109
The Role of City Design Elements in Tourist Villages as Interpreted by Online Media Aurelia Silviana Theodora; Pamela Felita Julyanto; Adelia Tio Novita; Larasati Putri Kartika; Agus Suharjono Ekomadyo; Vanessa Susanto
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 13, No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v13i1.5129

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In recent years, there have been numerous slum settlements in Indonesia that were transformed into tourist villages established by creative movements with an artistic approach. As a prominent aspect of the Penta helix, online media is considered a fundamental role in publicizing creative campaigns. This research utilizes the content analysis method to know how a designated space surfaces from a creative movement - the urban design elements of a tourist village’s inauguration, visualized by the media. Analysis of three tourist villages reveals two distinct patterns of tourist village coverage by the media: attractive city design elements that encourage social activities (Kampung Dago Pojok) and the unique form and massing as its picturesque appeal (Kampung Warna-Warni Kampung Pelangi). Observational data shows that the internet has influenced the fabrication of tourist villages supported by creative movements with various urban design approaches. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v13i1.5129
Significance of Informal Trading Activities in The Emergence of Urban Spatial Vernacular: Case Study of Lagos Island, Nigeria O. A, Onolaja; Jolaoso, Adekoyejo Babatunde
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 13, No 1 (2021): January 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v13i1.5177

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Informal trading activities such as street hawking and sedentary trade have assumed a prominent role in public space use in Lagos Island. They have contributed significantly to the Island’s built environment morphology as an urban commercial centre having a vernacular nature and outlook.  This paper seeks to examine the spatial impact of informal trading activities on the public space by understanding the background issues in order to evolve a spatial based framework for urban sustainability. To this end, the paper adopts field survey methodology with Isale Eko, Lagos Island as the case study area. The theoretical framework, based on Henri Lefebvre’s spatial triad is the underpinning guide for the field survey.  This is supported with Socio-cultural and Linguistic methods in Anthropology to obtain Primary data, which are descriptively presented. Respondents are nominated using stratified random selection, target groups and participants’ observations. Findings reveal that informal trading activities evolve the public space as social space through vernacular and thus, connote socio-cultural expressions in order to ensure livelihood and wellbeing. It further suggests a spatial adaptation strategy to mitigate the challenge of high land use and population density of the island which, from a conventional urban land use perspective, indicates spatial conflict and contestation, hence, a problem. The paper therefore concludes by recommending an inclusive, postmodernism approach which adopts vernacular as a dynamic, sustainable panacea to address urban spatial challenges. DOI: https://doi.org/10.26905/lw.v13i1.5177

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