MATEC Web of Conferences
Volume 159, 2018The 2nd International Joint Conference on Advanced Engineering and Technology (IJCAET 2017) and International Symposium on Advanced Mechanical and Power Engineering (ISAMPE 2017)
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|Published online||30 March 2018|
Housing Typology of Bali Aga Architecture in Sukawana Village: Developments and Challenge
Architecture Department, Engineering Faculty, Udayana University, Kampus Bukit-Jimbaran, Bali
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The Bali Aga is an Indigenous people of Bali scattered in remotes areas such as mountains, hills, along the Batur Lake, and highlands. The Bali Aga people still practices the original tradition and differ from other Balinese people who mostly live in mainland area which differentiated by the reign of Majapahit Kingdom. Bali Aga refused Majapahit’s influences, in contrast other Balinese followed the Majapahit rules that known as Bali Apanaga. Bali Aga still conserves original tradition but cannot avoid the increasing of development in technology and communication. Sukawana Village is one of Bali Aga village still conserve the Indigenous culture and tradition that located in highland of Kintamani Regency. The research aims to seek how the people adhere the tradition, norm, and values; and to explore the housing typology in Sukawana Village that faces on influence of development and threaten by globalization. The research primarily involves a qualitative method with includes an extensive literature review regarding the Bali Aga village and its distribution in Bangli Regency. The field research collected data through on-site evaluation and observation in Sukawana Villages in 2017, interviews to village leader and randomly questions to the householders. The research finding is the changing occurred in Sukawana Village such as using of new material and changes of indoor housing pattern.
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