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Attamami, Mohammad Nur Farchan (2020) STUDI TENTANG GAYA DAN INTERIOR RUMAH DINAS BUPATI BLITAR. S1 thesis, Institut Seni Indonesia (ISI) Surakarta.


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The West (Netherlands) began to occupy Blitar around 1830, when the area of Blitar which is a mancanegara area of Keraton Kasunanan Surakarta handed over by the kingdom to the colonial government after the end of Diponegoro war. The new government and other government support facilities were formed, one of which is the Regent's service house. The House of Blitar Regent was built in mancapat-mancalima system along with several other elements. The purpose of this research is to know the (1) interior and (2) interior style of the House of Blitar regent. To answer these two objectives, you need a qualitative method. The method done in this study is qualitative research with an interior approach. The sources used in this study are literary data, informanuses, places, and photographs. The results of the study indicated that the interior design applied to the house of Blitar Regent has undergone a change in visual form and function. The arrangement of the House of Blitar is comprised of kuncungan, pendapa, longkangan, and the main house (rumah induk). Kuncungan serves as an entrance, Pendapa as a meeting place and performances, and longkangan as a waiting area as well as small meetings. The main house as the place of reception of the regent, guest rooms, banquet venues, and the family residence of the regent. The Interior of the office of Blitar Regent is a combination of Javanese style and Indis colonial style. The implementation of Javanese style is in the arrangement of space, space zoning, and the direction of space. In visual terms Javanese style is more prominent in the area of the front room especially the Pendapa with the form of open space arranged by poles (saka-saka) and used the Javanese-style ornaments. The Indis style is more prominent in the main house area. This can be seen from the floor plan and building elements of the main house, especially the pillars lined up in the home area (the terrace) as well as the shape of tall buildings towering. The Javanese style that appears in the front was the government effort at that time to show that Blitar is still part of Javanese society, especially Surakarta Hadiningrat Kingdom. As for the realization of the Main house in colonial style was the colonial government effort to remove the sacredness in the House, as well as the symbol that the government of Blitar was in control of the colonial government at that time.

Type: Thesis (S1)
Not controling keyword: style, interior, House of Blitar Regent, Javanese style, colonial style
Subject: 1. ISI Surakarta > Desain Interior
Divisions: Faculty of Fine Art and Design > School of Interior Design
User deposit: UPT. Perpustakaan
Datestamp: 23 Dec 2020 02:48
Last mod: 23 Dec 2020 02:48

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