Rumah Budaya: Sarana Ekspresi Masyarakat Papua

Dimara, Oktavian Fridolin Sakheus (2020) Rumah Budaya: Sarana Ekspresi Masyarakat Papua. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Masyarakat Papua memiliki beraneka ragam identitas seni dan budaya. Meskipun hidup di tengah keanekaragaman budaya, masyarakat Papua tetap menjunjung tinggi kebersamaan antar suku budaya. Pentingnya mengenalkan identitas seni dan budaya Papua kepada masyarakat luas agar keanekaragaman identitas kebudayaan yang dimiliki oleh setiap suku yang ada di Papua dapat dilestarikan dan terjaga. Maka, bagaimana perancangan Rumah Budaya dapat menjadi sarana bagi masyarakat Papua, khususnya masyarakat Kota Sorong untuk mengekspresikan identitas kebudayaannya. Rumah Budaya dirancang untuk mewadahi aktivitas seni dan budaya masyarakat Kota Sorong mulai dari membuat noken, ukiran, dan berbagai kerajinan tangan lainnya, serta latihan tarian tradisional Papua. Perancangan Rumah Budaya menggunakan pendekatan critical regionalism yang berupaya untuk mentransformasikan atau menerjemahkan kembali unsur dari arsitektur tradisional pesisir Papua menjadi arsitektur internasional/modern. Penerapannya dapat terlihat pada bentuk, façade, material, space, pola sirkulasi leisure bridge, dan sistem struktur dari Rumah Budaya. Penerapan identitas budaya masyarakat pesisir Papua dilakukan agar Rumah Budaya diharapkan dapat menunjukkan identitas budaya masyarakat pesisir Papua dari segi arsitektur hingga aktivitas yang diwadahi. Rumah Budaya pun diharapkan dapat menjadi sarana bagi masyarakat Kota Sorong untuk mengekspresikan, melestarikan, mengedukasi, dan memajukan identitas seni dan budaya lokal Papua. =========================================================================================================================================================================== Papuan people have a variety of artistic and cultural identities. Despite living in the midst of cultural diversity, the people of Papua still uphold togetherness among ethnic groups. The importance of introducing Papuan arts and cultural identity to the wider community so that the diversity of cultural identities possessed by each tribe in Papua can be preserved and maintained. So, how can the design of Rumah Budaya be a means for the people of Papua, especially the people of Sorong to express their cultural identity. Rumah Budaya is designed to accommodate the art and cultural activities of the people of Sorong ranging from making noken, carving, and various other handicrafts, as well as traditional Papuan dance exercises. The design of Rumah Budaya used “critical regionalism” approach that seeks to transform or re-translate elements from traditional Papuan coastal architecture into international/modern architecture. The application can be seen in the form, façade, material, space, circulation patterns of the leisure bridge, and the structural system of the Rumah Budaya. The application of the cultural identity of the coastal communities of Papua is carried out so that the Rumah Budaya is expected to be able to show the cultural identity of the coastal people of Papua in terms of architecture to the activities that are contained. The Rumah Budaya is also expected to be a place for the people of Sorong to express, preserve, educate, and advance the identity of Papuan arts and culture.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Additional Information: RSA 721.046 Dim r-1
Uncontrolled Keywords: coastal, critical regionalism, Papuan cultural identity, traditional architecture, arsitektur tradisional, critical regionalism, identitas budaya Papua, pesisir
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture
Divisions: Faculty of Civil, Planning, and Geo Engineering (CIVPLAN) > Architecture > 23201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: Oktavian Fridolin Sakheus Dimara
Date Deposited: 17 Aug 2020 02:21
Last Modified: 24 Sep 2020 06:02
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/78448

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