Artikel Jurnal RUANG ADAPTIF RUMAH TRADISIONAL JAWA DI DESA WISATAWAN BRAYUT YOGYAKARTA
ADAPTIVE ROOM OF JAVA TRADITIONAL HOUSE IN VILLAGE WISATAWAN BRAYUT YOGYAKARTA
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Javanese traditional architecture, especially in rural areas, has undergone a major transformation. Transformation is the owner's response to various conditions, such as increasing the number of family members, increasing social status and economic conditions, modernization needs and the consequences of involvement in government programs. This paper aims to examine how traditional homeowners respond to current changes reflected in the design of their homes. Brayut tourist village is a traditional settlement located in the center of Yogyakarta which is famous for its unique and well-maintained traditional Javanese houses. The transformation of traditional houses in Brayut is a combination of the need for change and perseverance. On the one hand, local traditions have a strong role in maintaining elements of traditional homes and on the other hand, dynamic modern needs play a role as a trigger for change. Adaptive space in traditional homes is the solution to this problem. The method used in this study is a case study on several traditional Javanese houses. In-depth interviews with owners and mapping are also used to examine the chronology of traditional house transformation. The transformation aspect is defined on the physical architectural elements that are affected. The results of this study are a transformation in the function and meaning of space as an adaptive response from the owner. While the form of space and buildings, generally preserved in an effort to maintain the bonds of tradition and trust.