Arif Sarwo Wibowo

Arif Sarwo Wibowo
Bandung Institute of Technology | ITB · Architectural History, Theory and Criticism

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This chapter starts with a brief history of Dutch colonial architecture in Indonesia. The arrival of Europeans in the early fifteenth century had a great impact on building construction in Indonesia. The material and spatial concepts of European buildings were completely different from those of the Indonesian indigenous people. With the passage of...
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Bandung is one of the most important colonial cities in Indonesia. In the early 20th century the capital city of Dutch East-Indies Government planned to move in Bandung. Critical infrastructures were intensively built during that period, such as streets and railways, houses, governmental buildings, train stations, hospitals and educational faciliti...
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West Sumatra is an important region in Indonesia in the context of traditional architectural heritage, especially mosques. There are 39 historical mosques registered as cultural heritage monuments in West Sumatra, 31 of which were surveyed for this study. Five had been completely renewed without leaving any trace of the original structure, while th...
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Currently, there are four mosques on Java Island recognized as Saka Tunggal Mosques, which employ a single wooden column as the main column, placed at the center of the prayer hall to support the roof. This unique structural system, when compared to the traditional four-column system, is remarkable even if its style is exceptional for mosques on Ja...
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In the 1920‘s Bandung was a new emerging city with widely open opportunities for architects to experiment and express their creativity in designing new buildings. In accordance with the significant European population growth, many Catholic and Protestant churches were constructed in the 1920‘s to 1940‘s period. De Oosterkerk, now GPIB Maranatha, de...
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Thousands of wooden architecture can be found almost anywhere in Indonesia, delivering different shapes and carpentry technique in the form of palaces, religious buildings, houses and even simple barns. Uncontested, all of these have already become national treasures without having them be officially promoted as national heritage. One of the most i...
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In succession to the previous article on the colonial houses, the aim of this study is to clarify the morphological origin of the native colonial houses in Kudus in the modernization, by examining its design source in the neighbored city, Semarang. Several types of colonial house are available in Semarang. The colonial houses for Dutch, which belon...

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