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Ornamentation in communal pavilion at the Gerenceng traditional community hall 

Ornamentation in communal pavilion at the Gerenceng traditional community hall 

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Bale banjar adat (traditional community hall) in Bali is an important public building complex for Balinese societies which functions as a social and cultural identity. This building complex also functions as the place where the community holds public activities and assembly meetings. The complex of bale banjar adat comprises several buildings with...

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... observation results of the ornamentation at the traditional community hall of Gerenceng is shown in the table below, describing: a) floral ornamentation (pepatraan); b) faunal ornamentation (kekarangan); c) geometric floral and faunal ornamentation (lelengisan); d) brick tectonics or other organic rocks used as lines and plane on the walls and wall base of the column (pepalihan); e) faunal statue ornamentation (patung); f) geometrical ornamentation. Table 3 shows that there has been a change in the application of ornamentation, both in the old and modern communal pavilion. In both old communal pavilions, sakaroras communal pavilion and lantang kembar communal pavilion, decoration elements are applied as pepatraan and pepalihan; whereas ornamentation elements are applied on statues in the form of tugeh roof (the short support parts of the traditional roof structure). ...

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... Their research focuses on Nusantara architecture while Widiastuti & Vedamuthu (2009) have studied Minangkabau architecture. Similarly, Gantini et al. (2014) focus on Balinese architecture while Santoso (2019) has studied Javanese traditional houses. Furthermore, other vernacular architecture studies in Indonesia emphasize transformations and sustainability. ...
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Undeniably, vernacular architecture contributes to sustainability and harmonious cultural life. One of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is to make human settlements inclusive, safe, resilient, and sustainable. Therefore, there is a need for in-depth studies related to vernacular architecture looking particularly at how they contribute to sustainability. This research examines the sustainability of vernacular architecture at Praigoli Village, Wanukaka District, West Sumba Regency, East Nusa Tenggara Province, Indonesia. The objective is to explore vernacular architecture for sustainable human settlements. The research used the naturalistic paradigm with a qualitative method through a case study research. Based on the exploration of the tangible and intangible evidence, the paper concludes that the concepts of vernacular architecture of Praigoli village reflect a unity between humans and the universe. Central to it is the respect for the characteristics of the Sumba Nature, the embodiment of Marapu culture, and respect for the position of women as mothers and the universe. Community members produce vernacular architecture in the Praigoli traditional village based on the knowledge and skills possessed as traditional heritage from their ancestors and the transfer of knowledge and expertise from generation to generation. The paper demonstrates that several aspects influence sustainability of vernacular architecture: socio-culture, economics, and environment.