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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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Rebuilding Tazo Traditional House East Nusa Tenggara by Excavating Collective Memories Mohammad Resha Khambali; Yulia Nurliani Lukito
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 14, No 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v14i2.6508

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Traditional life in Indonesia is significantly related to spoken culture from the older generation to the young age. This condition unconsciously shows a risk of void space when there is a disconnected generation. Only a small number of written documentation and drawings exist for Vernacular Architecture in Indonesia or Architecture Nusantara. Tazo is one of several villages in Riung district, Flores island, in Nusa Tenggara Timur province, Indonesia. The current condition of the traditional house of Tazo is extinct, and there are no physical traces anymore. In this paper, we will show the excavation of the traditional house of the Tazo with the method of searching for data through oral interviews with existing traditional elders who have experienced living in their traditional house before. Step by step, the shape of this traditional house is illustrated architecturally and can be recognized again by the memory of the traditional elders of Kampung Tazo.
Structural System and Local Cultural Wisdom in The Traditional Architecture of Kenali Lampung Which is Currently Starting to be Rare Putri, Pipiet Arini; Titisari, Ema Yunita; Wikantiyoso, Respati
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 14, No 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v14i2.6875

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This research takes a case study of traditional architecture in Lampung Province with the material and method used is descriptive qualitative by taking data and analyzing it deductively. The data was obtained from secondary data in the form of books, journals, and other sources related to the traditional architecture of Lampung. The analytical technique used is descriptive exploratory with the results of the analysis of the Kenali traditional house showing a broad understanding of space and adaptation to the environment. The form and system that supports the building are one of the community's efforts to complement and explore its natural and cultural potential. In terms of structure, construction, and connection system, this traditional house also has local wisdom that can be developed and can be used as an alternative for construction completion and natural disaster management to date.
Returning to Nothing: The Lost of Malay Settlement in Pasir Mas, Kelantan. Abdullah, Azli Bin; Wahid, Julaihi Bin
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 14, No 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v14i2.6748

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Natural calamities such as earthquakes, landslides, windstorms, and floods are considered disasters according to the degree of disruption they caused to the human population, built environment, or natural ecosystem. Natural disasters are a common occurrence in rural settlements of Malaysia, affecting the lives of the rural population and damaging the rural settlements, agriculture, roads, drainage schemes, and other infrastructure. This threat continues to exist, and disasters are still wreaking havoc in rural areas. However, this disaster is compounded by the current rate of urbanization in the region. Human life conjures a spatial location due to the unique combination of movement and strength that characterizes humans. Humans, unlike trees, are not stationary; yet they require more manmade shelters than other animals, and communities. Humans, in particular, share their space. A loss narrative defines today's place literature: specifically, the loss of the correct link between place and meaning (Cox, 1968; Lynch, 1972; Jacobs Appleyard, 1987; Kunstler, 1993). Simultaneously, this article aims to investigate the disappearance of Malay settlements and discuss some of the implications. In February 2021. a landslide event took place in Pasir Mas, Kelantan. It is an area where researchers used to spend their youth. The objective of this article is to provide a perspective on the disappearance of Malay settlement by studying two theories, namely natural calamity and Malay settlement. The entire idea of this article is the transformation of the components of place characterized by the narrative of loss has enormous planning and design implications, two of which are central here: firstly, the emergence of geographies of place, and secondly, the loss of Malay culture crisis.
Bioclimatic Wisdom in Minangkabau Houses: Case Study of Gadang Jopang Manganti House Agung Murti Nugroho
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 14, No 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v14i2.6767

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Bioclimatic architecture is an adaptive design to the equatorial tropical climate through passive cooling strategies. This paper aims to evaluate the bioclimatic wisdom of the Minangkabau houses to formulate passive design knowledge with visual observation techniques and measurement of the air temperature and relative humidity. The visual observation method is used to find the level of application of bioclimatic design. The measurement techniques are used to evaluate the thermal environmental comfort in the case study of the Gadang Jopang Manganti House, Munka, Limapuluh Kota, West Sumatra. The result of bioclimatic wisdom elements in the appropriate Gadang Jopang Manganti house is the orientation of the building mass and openings, placement and form of single dwelling space without partition and big roof space. The living room has a comfortable thermal environment performance indicated by the average comfort air temperature, decreasing air temperature, and a longer comfortable period. The development of a bioclimatic design for the Gadang Jopang Manganti House could be taken by improving naatural cooling or optimizing natural ventilation to remove building’s humidity.
The Role of Local Wisdom Values for Achieving Healthy Housing Concept in Humid Tropical Climate Putri Herlia Pramitasari; Suryo Tri Harjanto
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 14, No 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v14i2.6774

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Indonesia has a variety of vernacular architecture. The various of local wisdom values from Indonesian traditional houses have succeeded for local identity strengthening. On the other hand, residential housing currently prioritizes functional needs only, while aspects of formal characteristics and local wisdom values are not the main considerations in the design of today's residential housings. The role and characteristics of local wisdom values as an approach in residential design is certainly interesting to study more deeply. Descriptive analysis research method through field observation and literature study which was carried out as an effort to answer the research problem. The results show that the optimization of the passive design strategy of residential buildings by adapting local wisdom values is expected to increase indoor thermal comfort levels, achieve building energy efficiency, strengthen the urban identity, preserve architectural styles, also develop of sustainable architecture. In this way, healthy housing with local character can be realized throughout Indonesia.
Study of Architecture and Cultural Landscape of the Dhawe Tribe, East Nusa Tenggara Maria Parni Pora; Irawan Setyabudi; Rizki Alfian
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 14, No 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v14i2.6226

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The Dhawe Tribe cultural area, better known as the Ola Dhawe Traditional Village, is currently the center of attention of the government and the local community because the site has changed the activity pattern of the Dhawe Tribe community both in terms of culture and in terms of culture and landscape. These changes occur in community activities that can damage the environment, such as logging activities around customary forest areas, converting customary land into residential areas, natural exploitation around the Dhawe Tribe area, and replacing traditional house structure materials from raw into modern materials. The changes that occur are feared to impact the preservation of the landscape and culture of the Dhawe Tribe community. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct a study on human interaction with the landscape, which is now called the cultural landscape, as the primary material for sustainable development and efforts to preserve the various values. This study aims to identify the architectural characteristics and cultural landscapes of the Dhawe Tribe and determine the public's perception of its conservation efforts. Primary data was obtained using focus group discussions, while the analysis method was carried out in a descriptive-qualitative manner and continued with quantitative analysis. The results and discussion obtained can be developed on recommendations for preserving the architecture and cultural landscape of the Dhawe Tribe. The conclusion is that efforts to identify architecture and cultural landscapes and public understanding of culture are needed as conservation efforts.
The Sustainability Concept of Osing Traditional House in Kemiren Banyuwangi Filomina Dwi Cayarini; Ema Yunita Titisari; Respati Wikantiyoso
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 14, No 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v14i2.6850

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Nowadays, the high development of technologies and the density of the population demands high housing necessity. If there is no balanced between them and the environmentally concept, it will certainly cause problems to the next generation in the future. The sustainability concept in architecture is one alternative way which can be used to overcome this problem. Based on the prior theory, the traditional house applies the concept of sustainable architecture. Osing Traditional House from Osing Tribe also uses the concept. The Osing traditional house is located in Banyuwangi City. This study aims to prove the truth of the theory of sustainable architecture concept in traditional houses, especially in the Osing Traditional Houses in Banyuwangi and identify spatial patterns, structures, materials and other parameters that are considered to sustainable aspects. In the study, it was found that the Osing Traditional House includes aspects of topography, spatial patterns, structures and building materials as well as other parameters that contain to sustainable aspects. Keywords:     Sustainable Architecture, Osing Traditional House, Sustainable Aspects
Rumah Gadang Transformation: Assessment on Sustainable Building Materials Gabriella Ananta Canrath; Widyarko Widyarko; Nisrina Dewi Salsabila
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 14, No 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v14i2.6418

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The existence of Rumah Gadang is currently threatened due to the rarity of local/traditional materials and the cultural shifts within the Minangkabau people. Some of the surviving Rumah Gadang had undergone modernization in its form due to the use of modern materials such as concrete, zinc, etc. New questions arise whether the application of these modern materials can be considered sustainable for the Rumah Gadang. This study aims to compare the level of sustainability on the Rumah Gadang building material cycle before and after the modernization. This study conducted a case study of Rumah Gadang Padang Laweh, using a qualitative research approach with two data collection methods: observation and interviews. The collected data were then analyzed using the 'Green Feature' parameters, consisting of 15 assessment points. The study reveals that the building materials in the pre-modernized Rumah Gadang (25/30) show a higher sustainability value than the modernized ones (18/45).
Local Wisdom as Cultural Resilience on Tourism Activities (Case Study: Penglipuran Bali Traditional Village) Magvira Ardhia Pratiwi; Respati Wikantiyoso
Local Wisdom : Jurnal Ilmiah Kajian Kearifan Lokal Vol 14, No 1 (2022): January 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26905/lw.v14i2.6857

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Indonesia is a country that has an area with a thick and unique culture. The cultural uniqueness of each region is also a tourist attraction so that there are many villages that have turned into tourist villages. In this case, many tourist villages have lost their cultural values and identity. This study will examine and examine the local cultural wisdom in the Penglipuran Traditional Village which is a bastion of cultural resilience in tourism development and activities. Using a qualitative descriptive method with a case study approach to examine what attributes can be cultural resilience in cultural tourism villages. The results obtained are the need for customary institutions, principles of life, strict customary rules, nature conservation and infrastructure, so that the culture in tourist villages can survive in the midst of tourism activities.

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