Perancangan Gedung Pusat Komunitas Seni Tari Tradisional Papua Berbasis Arsitektur Metafora

Sawias, Juan Carlos Rivaldo (2021) Perancangan Gedung Pusat Komunitas Seni Tari Tradisional Papua Berbasis Arsitektur Metafora. Undergraduate thesis, Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember.

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Abstract

Papua adalah salah satu pulau yang berada diujung timur Indonesia. Papua memiliki beraneka ragam jenis seni dan budaya yang berupa tarian tradisional, baju tradisional, rumah tradisional dan masih banyak lagi. Pentingnya mengenalkan identitas seni dan budaya kepada masyarakat agar keberadaan seni dan budaya Papua tidak hilang ditelan perkembangan zaman. Lokasi site yang berada di Kota Sorong, Papua Barat memiliki banyak komunitas seni tari tradisional yang beranggotakan pemuda-pemudi Papua salah satunya adalah Sanggar Seni Nani Billi. Akan tetapi, semangat pemuda-pemudi tersebut tidak didukung oleh fasilitas, sarana dan prasarana yang memadai untuk mendukung pelestarian seni tari tradisional Papua. Gedung pusat komunitas seni tari tradisional Papua dirancang untuk mewadahi aktivitas seni dan budaya seperti latihan tari tradisional, menampilkan tari tradisional, membuat cinderamata khas papua, membuat baju dan alat musik khas Papua. Perancangan gedung pusat seni tari tradisional Papua menggunakan pendekatan Arsitektur Metafora. Pendekatan ini digunakan untuk menganalogikan bentuk alat musik tradisional Papua, gerakan tarian adat Papua, dan atribut pendukung tarian adat Papua kedalam desain bangunan. Penerapannya dapat terlihat pada bentuk atap, facade, struktur dan desain amphitheater. Kehadiran gedung pusat komunitas seni tari tradisional Papua diharapkan dapat menjadi wadah, fasilitas, sarana dan prasarana bagi komunitas dan masyarakat kota Sorong dalam melestarikan seni dan budaya Papua khususnya tari tradisional. ===================================================================================================== Papua is one of the islands located at the eastern tip of Indonesia. Papua has various types of arts and culture in the form of traditional dances, traditional clothes, traditional houses, and many more. The importance of introducing artistic and cultural identities to the community so that the existence of Papuan arts and culture is not lost to the times. The site is located in the city of Sorong, West Papua with many traditional dance communities consisting of Papuan youths, one of which is the Nani Billi Art Studio. However, the enthusiasm of these young people is not supported by adequate facilities, facilities and infrastructure to support the preservation of traditional Papuan dances. The traditional Papuan dance community center building is designed to accommodate artistic and cultural activities such as traditional dance training, performing traditional dances, making souvenirs from Papua, making clothes and typical Papuan musical instruments. The design of the traditional Papuan dance center building uses the Metaphor Architecture approach. This approach is used to analogize the form of traditional Papuan musical instruments, Papuan traditional dance movements, and the attributes of supporting Papuan traditional dances into building designs. Its application can be seen in the roof shape, structure and amphithater design. The presence of the traditional Papuan dance community center building is expected to be a forum, facilities, facilities and infrastructure for the community and community of Sorong City in preserving Papuan arts and culture, especially traditional dance.

Item Type: Thesis (Undergraduate)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Papua Barat, Indonesia, Seni dan Budaya, Komunitas, Masyarakat, Arsitektur Metafora. West Papua, Indonesia, Art and Culture, Community, Society, Metaphor Architecture.
Subjects: N Fine Arts > NA Architecture > NA2750 Architectural design.
Divisions: Faculty of Civil, Planning, and Geo Engineering (CIVPLAN) > Architecture > 23201-(S1) Undergraduate Thesis
Depositing User: JUAN CARLOS RIVALDO SAWIAS
Date Deposited: 02 Mar 2021 02:55
Last Modified: 02 Mar 2021 02:55
URI: https://repository.its.ac.id/id/eprint/83081

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