Kampung Wisata Adat Batak Toba

Oentoro, Ayubbi (2018) Kampung Wisata Adat Batak Toba. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Indonesia merupakan negara yang memiliki seni dan budaya yang sangat kaya, Indonesia memiliki suku bangsa 1.340 menurut sensus BPS tahun 2010. Indonesia memiliki 35 provinsi dimana setiap provinsi memiliki seni dan budayanya masing-masing. Faktor seni dan budaya memberikan efek dalam kehidupan sosial dan perilaku setiap daerah serta mempengaruhi dalam segi arsitektural (rumah adat). Setiap rumah adat masing-masing daerah memiliki keberagaman dan fungsi masing-masing sesuai dengan kebutuhan kehidupannya sehari-hari. Di era perkembangan zaman yang semakin maju kita sebagai warga negara Indonesia seakan-akan kita lupa dengan seni dan budaya yang kita miliki. Bahkan dalam dunia arsitektur. Arsitektur Nusantara lebih dikenal dengan bangunan primitif bagi manusia modern. Dengan adanya perbedaan primitif dan modern maka arsitektur Nusantara semakin tidak terlihat keberadaannya, dan teknologi arsitekturalnya akan semakin hilang ilmunya. Seharusnya kita, warga negara Indonesia bangga dengan seni dan budaya kita yang sangat kaya dengan memperkenalkan seni dan budaya kita di era perkembangan zaman modern ini. Berdasarkan dari berbagai permasalahan di atas antara mengkini dan primitif munculah sebuah ide respon mengkombinasikan kedua jenis bangunan tersebut. Kampung Wisata Adat Batak Toba akan menghadirkan kampung asli Batak Toba dengan bangunan primitif dan bangunan yang mengkinikan arsitektur Nusantara sesuai dengan kebutuhan manusia modern sekarang, dan tidak lupa tetap menghadirkan bangunan asli Batak Toba (Ruma Bolon) sebagai tempat tinggal dan rumah penduduk sekitar. ======================================================================================================= Indonesia is a country with a very rich variety of art and culture, which consists of 1.340 ethnic groups according to the BPS sensus in 2010. Indonesia has 35 province has its own art and culture. These art and culture are the main factors that have a great effect in social life and behavior of eacg region, including in terms of architecture (traditional house). Each traditional house of each region is diverse one another and has its own function in accordance with each tribe necessity of everyday life. In this era, we as the citizens of Indonesia seemed to forget the art and culture that we have. Even in the world of architecture, Arsitektur Nusantara became invisible and the architectural technology knowledge can be lost. We, Indonesian citizens, should take pride in our art and culture richness by introducing our art and culture in this era of modern times. Based on the problems above, between modern and primitive, an idea emerges to respond the issue by combining contemporary architecture with Arsitektur Nusantara. Kampung Wisata Adat Batak Toba will present the original Batak Toba village with primitive buildings according to the needs of modern man today. While presenting the original building of Batak Toba (Ruma Bolon) as the residence and home of local people. The existence of this traditional Kampung Wisata Adat Batak Toba is expected to eliminate the gap mindset between the contemporary architecture and Arsitektur Nusantara. With this village, modern technology and primitive technology wil be combined and made into a harmonious unity of building.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSA 711.558 Oen k-1 3100018077705
Uncontrolled Keywords: current development, Kampung Wisata Adat Batak Toba, modern technology and primitive technology wil be combined
Subjects: D History General and Old World > D History (General) > D839 Post-war History, 1945 on
Divisions: Faculty of Architecture, Design, and Planning > Architecture > 23201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: Ayubbi Oentoro
Date Deposited: 18 Nov 2020 05:03
Last Modified: 04 Dec 2020 04:42
URI: http://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/55387

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