Laretna Adishakti

Laretna Adishakti
Universitas Gadjah Mada | UGM · Department of Architecture and Planning Engineering

DR. Eng.

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Introduction
Laretna T Adishakti received her Doctorate in Engineering from Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan (1997), while her Master of Architecture degree is from the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, USA (1988). Major of Interests - Architectural, rural, urban & cultural landscape (saujana) heritage conservation - Infill and community design - Heritage economy, business, and tourism - Natural indigo batik for contemporary fashion and interior - Painting & flower arrangement

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Batik karya bangsa Indonesia yang kembali ke proses asli, batik tulis dan batik cap sebagai kerajinan tangan, serta menggunakan pewarna alam pada dasarnya memiliki peran sosial, budaya, dan ekonomi yang tinggi bagi pelakunya. Dan ramah bagi lingkungannya. Batik tersebut memiliki pasar yang besar di dunia bahkan merupakan media untuk diplomasi buday...
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Cultural landscape is a manifestation of the interaction between humans and the natural environment that is reflected in space and time (UNESCO, 1992). Started in the end of the 1980’s, this interaction has become a new perspective in global discourse of heritage conservation. Stated in the Charter of Indonesian Heritage Conservation 2003, the word...
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The presentation highlights 12 years author involvement on the integration of reviving the local folk batik, which Batik is now stated by UNESCO as Masterpieces of Oral and Intangible Heritage of Humanity (2009), post Jogja and Central Java Earthquake (2006) and Saujana (cultural landscape) conservation of Imogiri heritage village. The presentation...
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PERMASALAHAN Kenyataan menunjukkan di Indonesia, dari hari ke hari, masih saja terdengar kabar bangunan-bangunan pusaka (heritage buildings), apakah yang sudah dinyatakan sebagai cagar budaya ataupun yang belum, yang menjadi tonggak perjalanan kehidupan suatu kota dan kenangan kolektif masyarakat dihancurkan. Bangunan-bangunan yang terusik dan teru...
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The United Nations Conference on Housing and Sustainable Urban Development (Habitat III) held in Quito, Ecuador, last October 2016, successfully concluded with the adoption of the New Urban Agenda. Acknowleged in this New Urban Agenda that culture and cultural diversity are sources of enrichment for humankind and provide an important contribution t...
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List of all organizations and speakers involved: Sponsors: American Planning Association (APA) International Council on Monuments and Sites (ICOMOS) Jeffrey Soule, speaker Participating: Regency of Gianyar, Bali His Excellency Anak Agung Bharata, speaker Indonesian Heritage Trust Center for Heritage Conservation, Dept. of Architecture and Planning,...
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Borobudur is a 9th-century Buddhist temple site in Central Java, Indonesia. As a cultural landscape, Borobudur is a site of active discussion. Since the start of the International Field School on Borobudur Cultural Landscape Heritage, the site of Borobudur as a cultural landscape (including its mountains, fields, villages, and historic tangible and...
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Photos exhibition: 1. Heritage Garden of Happo-en, Tokyo 2. Saujana heritage village of Ohgy, Izumizano, Osaka 3. Heritage City of Kyoto 4. Heritage Cities of Kawagoe, Nagahama & Kanazawa 5. Hanatouro, Kyoto 6. Natural Heritage of Sakura in Tokyo 7. The future heritage of Sky Tree, Tokyo
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The sense of utilization and continuity of the historic urban landscape becomes more important than ever before. A city is not just about buildings and infrastructure, but it is also a place to live consisting of various social and cultural activities. A historic city is also not only a place of monuments and other tangible cultural heritage, but c...
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These posters highlight the efforts of conservation of the cultural landscape of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, in contexts of: - Living harmoniously with Mount Merapi Volcano - Revitalization of Kotagede Heritage District post disaster - In-fill Design of Archiectural Heritage - Heritage Advocacy - Heritage Education for Schools in Indonesia -
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Recognizing that one of the most recent urban issues is the rapid change of cities in Europe and Asia. It is understood that changes as an impact of development in the built environment on whatever scales, from neighborhood units to the entire city, including heritage city, are, in fact, natural occurrences. Meanwhile, a historic city is not mainly...
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Arsitektur pusaka merupakan salah satu ragam pusaka kota dan kabupaten. Sekaligus memiliki andil memberikan citra dan identitas kota yang sejatinya memiliki keunggulan-keunggulan yang tidak hanya berarti pada waktu lalu tetapi juga di masa kini maupun mendatang. Adalah menjadi persoalan bagaimana kita semua menyikapi tinggalan tersebut yang sering...
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Mengelola suatu lingkungan pusaka, apapun bentuknya – saujana, kota, desa, kawasan, area – akan menyangkut persoalan kepekaan, selera dan kreasi pengelolanya terhadap pusaka-pusaka yang dimiliki wilayahnya. Dan di dalamnya akan terjadi proses transaksi yang melibatkan banyak aspek dan sektor secara menyeluruh. Pusaka bagaimanapun adalah barang publ...
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Conservation of heritage cities has not mainly concerned with preservation of city's historic fabrics or beautification of city center, but a more holistic approach such as interpretation of various types of nature and cultural heritages-tangible and intangible, community participation program, economic analyses and forecasting, and attracting busi...
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Yogyakarta Special Territory (Jogja) in Indonesia has experienced difficult times since the 5.9 Richter earthquake struck on May 27, 2006. At least 6,000 people died, and many more were injured and lost their homes. As a result of this terrible natural disaster, Jogja has lost its unique cultural heri-tage (both tangible and intangible). This cultu...
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We are from ICOMOS Indonesia exhibited 3 posters on: 1. ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL FIELD SCHOOL ON BOROBUDUR CULTURAL LANDSCAPE HERITAGE CONSERVATION, INDONESIA / CAMPO SCUOLA INTERNAZIONALE SULLA CONSERVAZIONE DEL PAESAGGIO CULTURALE A BOROBUDUR 2. INDONESIAN HERITAGE YEAR 2003 - CELEBRATING DIVERSITY FROM PEOPLE TO PEOPLE BY PEOPLE OF INDONESIA / 2003...

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