Journal of Social and Political


ISSN 2615-3718 (Online)

ISSN 2621-5675 (Print)

Published: 27 June 2019

Development and Behaviour Response of the Balinese Inhabitting in Denpasar City and Badung Regency, Bali-Indonesia

Ni Luh Putu Dessy Dharmayanty, Syamsul Alam Paturusi, Ngakan Ketut Acwin Dwijendra, Ni Ketut Agusinta Dewi

Udayana University, Indonesia

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Pages: 455-467

Keywords: Vertical Housing, How to Occupy, Behavior Change


Vertical Housing is one of the solutions to address decent residential needs in the cities of Denpasar and Badung Regency. With the high demand for houses in Bali up to 2015 according to backlog data that reached more than 200,000 units and an increase in population each year, encouraging the Government and the Balinese Society especially those who are Hindus to prepare themselves to adapt to the presence of Vertical Housing without having to eliminate identity as Balinese people who have beliefs and culture that are reflected in daily behavior. Balinese people who are Hindus with the philosophy of Life Tri Hita Karana and all the teachings of the Religion of Hindu concerning the way of life of individuals (Umah), family (Meberaya), social community (Mebanjar / Village) and its obligations, which have norms based on the teachings of Hinduism. In the times of development and the needs of the present, especially the adjustment of how to inhabit a house in the lives of Balinese people who are accustomed to the life of a complete Traditional House or Landed House is an individual territory of a Family to inhabit it. Then if it is caused by a condition that the Balinese people must inhabit the Vertical Housing, then how is the change to occupy it? Can they adapt? These changes will be studied, with the Behavior Tatars theory, so that it can be seen how changes in the behavior of Balinese people in inhabiting and living in Vertical Housing have been built using Prototype Design in Denpasar City and Badung Regency.


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