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Natah and telajakan : the role and identity in indigenous villages

Yudantini, Ni Made 2012, Natah and telajakan : the role and identity in indigenous villages, in PLACID 2012 : Proceedings of the International Seminar on Place Making and Identity, Universitas Pembangunan Jaya, Tangerang Selatan, Indonesia, pp. 179-187.

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Title Natah and telajakan : the role and identity in indigenous villages
Author(s) Yudantini, Ni Made
Conference name Place Making and Identity. Seminar (2012 : Jakarta, Indonesia)
Conference location Jakarta, Indonesia
Conference dates 26-27 Sep. 2012
Title of proceedings PLACID 2012 : Proceedings of the International Seminar on Place Making and Identity
Editor(s) [Unknown]
Publication date 2012
Conference series Place Making and Identity Seminar
Start page 179
End page 187
Total pages 9
Publisher Universitas Pembangunan Jaya
Place of publication Tangerang Selatan, Indonesia
Keyword(s) natah and telajakan
role and identity
Indigenous villages
Bali
Summary There are many Indigenous villages scattered across Bali Island. Most of these villages are located surrounding a mountain so that an Indigenous village in Bali is called 'Bali Aga' or 'Bali Kuna', which means "Mountain Balinese·. Bali has unique Indigenous villages still possessing traditional village patterns in harmony with their natural environment. Natah and telajakan are an integral part of traditional housing patterns in these villages. Both are often forgotten about in contemporary housing developments in Bali, because most people in the Denpasar want to construct their building with a modern style but these do not have an eco-friendly atmosphere.Natah is the open space in the centre of a compound of Balinese traditional buildings. Natah functions as a place for traditional ceremonies; as a centre of building orientation; and, as well as ecological function. Research into natah has demonstrated that the more extensive the natah and the more luxuriant its plants the greater the reductions of wind speed and humidity modification in traditional housing (Primayatna, 2010). This means that the natah direcUy influences a better quality of living in the traditional housing. Telajakan is an outdoor open space pattern of traditional housing which is located between traditional fencing (penyengker) and drainage lines (jelinjingan), which is planted for spiritual and economic functions. Natah and telajakan are largely integral components of Balinese Indigenous villages. Most well-known Indigenous villages in Bali still retain their natural linear sequences of natah and telajakan such as Penglipuran Village, Tenganan Village, etc.The paper examines the role of natah and telajakan as part of Indigenous Balinese housing traditional patterns which serves not only aesthetic functions, but economic functions, health and ecological aspects, and informs the identity of Indigenous villages in Bali. This paper focuses on how both natah and telajakan values and patterns can be adopted for future lifestyles and development in Bali.
ISBN 9786021881507
Language eng
Field of Research 120102 Architectural Heritage and Conservation
Socio Economic Objective 950307 Conserving the Historic Environment
HERDC Research category E2 Full written paper - non-refereed / Abstract reviewed
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30051289

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: School of Architecture and Built Environment
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