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Published: 29 November 2021

Social and Cultural Influences on Traditional Balinese House Pattern in the Highland Areas of Eastern Bali

I Dewa Gede Agung Diasana Putra, Ida Bagus Gde Wirawibawa, Ngakan Ketut Acwin Dwijendra, Anak Agung Ngurah Aritama

Udayana University, Indonesia

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10.31014/aior.1991.04.04.324

Pages: 125-131

Keywords: Spatial Orientation, Geographical Condition, Landscape of Bali, Traditional Houses, Identity

Abstract

The design of a traditional Balinese house is based on the polarity principle, which states that the world is divided into two opposing poles. As a result, the orientation and form of space influence the physical landscape of Bali, including house plans. The topography of Bali, with the plateau running through the center of the island from west to east, causes changes in the spatial orientation system in various locations throughout the island. This condition is due to the fact that spirituality is based on geography, with high areas thought to be the abodes of the gods. As a result, the spatial orientation patterns of the island's southern and northern regions differ. Furthermore, many settlements in the eastern part of the island of Bali have unique pattern variations due to the island's unique orientation system. This individuality has an impact on local customs, such as traditional house design. To investigate this uniqueness, this article examines traditional residential patterns in several villages in eastern Bali. It investigates through the examination of buildings and exposure to developments and spatial changes associated with people's daily activities. This approach includes visual analysis and stories about community cultural activities. Geographic orientation, according to this study, has an impact on settlement patterns. Even though they are close to one another, the spatial layout of customary settlements differs.

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