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Published: 13 January 2021

The Uniqueness of Architecture and Bamboo House Environment in Pengotan Traditional Village, Bali, Indonesia

Ngakan Ketut Acwin Dwijendra, I Dewa Gede Agung Diasana Putra, Ida Bagus Gde Wirawibawa, Gede Windu Laskara, Frysa Wiriantari

Udayana University (Indonesia), Dwijendra University (Indonesia)

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10.31014/aior.1991.04.01.248

Pages: 40-54

Keywords: Uniqueness, Architecture, Bamboo, House, Environment, Traditional, Village

Abstract

Pengotan Village is a traditional village known as a tourism village in which it has unique architectures of bamboo house settlements and its natural beauty. These resources have led to an increase in tourist visits. However, the increase has led to the growth of tourist facilities such as accommodations and restaurants. The construction of tourist facilities has transformed agricultural and plantation lands' functions to support tourism and new settlements. This transformation has caused changes in traditional architecture even though these cultural productions are interesting for tourists. This phenomenon is an architectural challenge for the people to maintain the cultural productions, but at the same time, they can accommodate tourist activities in the village. Therefore, this paper aims to identify the traditional settlement and architecture of the bamboo, including socio-cultural conditions, village morphology, building typology, and problems faced. Using fieldwork investigations and interviews, this paper's output identifies and documents data conditions, problems, analysis, concepts, and strategies for future village architectural conservation. This activity's technical implementation includes preparation, survey, a compilation of data and analysis, formulation of concepts and structuring strategies, design, and socialization.

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