Pusat Fasilitas Wisata Tamblingan di Desa Wisata Munduk : (Pendekatan Arsitektur Neo-Vernakular).

Muslikha, Vera (2015) Pusat Fasilitas Wisata Tamblingan di Desa Wisata Munduk : (Pendekatan Arsitektur Neo-Vernakular). Sarjana thesis, Universitas Brawijaya.

Abstract

Desa Wisata Munduk memiliki Danau Tamblingan sebagai destinasi wisata utama dengan pengembangan ke arah wisata alam dan spiritual. Sebagai dukungan akomodasi perlu adanya sebuah pusat fasilitas yang berbasis pada masyarakat, budaya dan lingkungan sesuai dengan kriteria desa wisata. Pencapaian kriteria tersebut ditunjukkan dengan perancangan yang berkarakter lokal, ramah lingkungan dan menyesuaikan kondisi saat ini. Hal ini dapat diproses dengan pendekatan arsitektur neo-vernakular yang mengkinikan arsitektur vernakular setempat dengan transformasi berdasarkan makna dan fungsi.Metode kajian diarahkan pada metode deskriptif kualitatif yang disusun secara programatik dengan penekanan ideologi dari arsitektur neo-vernakular. Kajian terbagi dalam dua tahap yaitu tahap perencanaan dan perancangan. Tahap perencanaan diawali dengan tinjauan skala Desa Wisata Munduk (makro) dan perencanaan Dusun Tamblingan (meso) untuk mendapatkan pola pengembangan yang saling terintegrasi sesuai dengan konsep desa wisata dan mendukung munculnya fungsi serta tapak perancangan. Pendekatan arsitektur neo-vernakular ditekankan pada tahap perancangan pusat fasilitas wisata yang diproses dalam tiga tahap yakni quotation (seleksi elemen arsitektur yang berpotensi dikinikan), modifikasi (pergeseran/penyesuaian makna dan bentuk konsep dari setiap elemen) dan unifikasi(penggabungankonsepvernakulardengankebutuhanfungsi).PerencanaanDusunTamblinganmembagiclustersesuaidenganpotensimasingeclusterpendukungnya.wadahidalam Pusat Fasilitas Wisata Tamblingan terbagi dalam fungsi wisata (informasi, edukasi dan rekreasi) dan fungsi kemasyarakatan (sarana pembinaan dan organisasi masyarakat). Karakter neo-vernakular pada skala tapak ditunjukkan dengan aplikasi pola zonasi berdasarkan hirarki, pola lansekap mengadaptasi konsep natah, konsep sirkulasi kombinasi Arsitektur Bali yang dimodifikasi dan sistem utilitas ramah lingkungan. Pada skala bangunan, bentuk aplikasinya adalah tipe bangunan tropis, material alami dan sistem struktur ekspos yang dikembangkan sesuai fungsi, tatanan masa majemuk serta adaptasi karakter tipologi bentuk dan tampilan bangunan setempat

English Abstract

The development of Tamblingan Lake in Munduk tourism village is toward natural and spiritual tourism. To support it, Tamblingan Lake needs a tourism facility center in order to accommodate every activity based on the society, culture and nature itself. Those three aspects are the criteria of tourism village concept which can be achieved by an environment friendly, local character design that suits today’s architecture. As the principal of Neo-vernacular architecture, this approach also talks about the transformation of both semiotic and it’s function.The method applied is descriptive qualitative, an analytic study compiled programatically by emphasizing neo-vernacular architecture’s ideology in two steps. First, planning the general scale, Munduk Tourism Village and Tamblingan Sub-village. The objective of this step is to understand how to integrate the development pattern and direction of both and how might it support the facility design functionality become relevant in this case as how tourism village concept requires it to be.The neo-vernacular approach is then focused in the second step, designing the tourism facility center with three processes. They are quotation process (by selecting potential vernacular architecture elements to suit and adapt today), modification (by considering the relevance of it’s semiotic and concept of every element) and unification (by combining the vernacular concept and it’s functional needs).In planning Tamblingan Sub-village, clusters or areas are devided based on each potential. Tamblingan Lake cluster as the conservation area is the primary tourism object that is responsible for other areas functionality. Those areas are the supporting clusters which is devided into three, the top cluster as the acceptor area, the middle cluster as the community service area, and the bottom cluster as the tourism area. Mainly Tamblingan tourism facility center has two functions, they are the tourism functions itself (information, education and recreation) and society functions (tourism counselingmeans and community organizations). Neo-vernacular character on site scale is shown by applying hierarchy based zoning pattern, natah concept adaptation to its landscape design, modificated Balinese Architecture’s combined circulation concept and environment friendly utility system. On building scale, the design applies tropical building typology, material and structure exposing based on each function, multi building mass concept, local architecture’s shape and facade characteristic

Item Type: Thesis (Sarjana)
Identification Number: SKR/FT/2015/204/051501912
Subjects: 600 Technology (Applied sciences) > 690 Construction of buildings
Divisions: Fakultas Teknik > Arsitektur
Depositing User: Samsul Arifin
Date Deposited: 20 Mar 2015 15:53
Last Modified: 22 Oct 2021 04:32
URI: http://repository.ub.ac.id/id/eprint/143259
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