Kampong as a heritage element in a conservation of an Indonesian city. (Semarang case)

Soesilo, A, Rudyanto Kampong as a heritage element in a conservation of an Indonesian city. (Semarang case). Project Report. Fakultas Arsitektur dan Desain, Semarang. (Unpublished)


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Kampong is an integral part of many cities in Indonesia. The colonial management had had designed Indonesian cities, but left the native low income people settlement unplanned. Kampong had only an entrance and access to the main road, and then the native inhabitants “do the rest”, to live in and treat their inhabitants in the native’s traditional way. That than will be a “blessing in disguise” for the conservation of Indonesia culture included the Indonesian traditional settlement pattern and architecture. Kampong is not a representation of poverty, there are poor Kampong settlements and there are Kampongs with prosperity too. There are many unique historical Kampong like Bustaman, Kulitan etc. in Semarang. In Semarang we have found several Kampongs were extinct, such in Gumaya hotel building process and still in construction - a new hotel in Dargo Market Street. It’s a threat to historical Heritage assets of Indonesian city. Some developments take side to Kampong such as Kampong improvement Program (K.I.P) in Jakarta, recent movement in changing a Slum and poor traditional settlement -in Rio de Janeiro - into a unique settlement so that foreigner want to live in it. Kampong as a heritage element in a conservation of an Indonesian city can be a Postmodern solution too for a better city in Indonesia nowadays, as a developing country. Keywords: Kampong, Semarang-Indonesia, element of heritage, city conservation

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Subjects: 700 Arts and Recreation > 720 Architecture
Divisions: Faculty of Architecture and Design > Department of Architecture
Depositing User: Mrs Rikarda Ratih
Date Deposited: 05 Dec 2017 09:10
Last Modified: 05 Dec 2017 09:10
URI: http://repository.unika.ac.id/id/eprint/15389

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