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Volume 280, 2019The 5th International Conference on Sustainable Built Environment (ICSBE 2018)
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|Published online||08 May 2019|
Astana al-Nursari: The Comparison with Type of Banjar Traditional Architecture
Faculty of Engineering, Lambung Mangkurat University, Banjarmasin, Indonesia
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The formulation and it’s examination of Banjar traditionalarschitecture was based of sample of house that belonging to Banjarmerchant, whereas part of it’s type are the building in Banjar KingdomPalace. Astana Al-Nurasri in Kotawaringin in Central Kalimantan hasstrong relation to the Bajarese Kingdom Palace and it’s culture and it ‘snever been used to formulate Banjar traditional architecture. Because ofthat, the main objectives of the research are: to compare Astana Al-Nursariwith type of Banjar traditional architecture by some of variable, and toenrich formulation of typology and morphology of Banjar traditionalarchitecture. There are a little compatibility if the analysis is based onphysical variables, such as: plan form, building form, proportion andornament. But the philosophy and design concept have compatibility. First, the room and it’s order. Second, philosophy of dimension and highproportion that cover the room inside. Third, the number of windows equalto each room. Forth, each of mass in Astana Al-Nursari has formcombination tha reflect what kind of room inside.
Key words: Astana Al-Nursari / Banjar traditional architecture / typology / comparation.
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