Implementation of Vertical Cleanliness Value in Levelled Building Designs as an Effort to Prevent the Change of Land Function

  • I Made Sastra Wibawa Civil Engineering Study Program, Faculty of Engineering, Universitas Mahasaraswati Denpasar
  • I Wayan Redana Postgraduate Program, Doctoral of Engineering, Udayana University
  • Putu Alit Suthanaya Postgraduate Program, Doctoral of Engineering, Udayana University
  • Ngakan Made Anom Wirayasa Postgraduate Program, Doctoral of Engineering, Udayana University

Abstract

Vertical Purity In the design of multi-storey buildings in Bali, Indonesia attaches importance to the values of community beliefs where entering the lower floors of the building feels contrary to sacred beliefs. The emergence of the concept of a multi-storey building is hindered by a local genius in Bali, namely vertical purity, when entering the lower part of the multi-storey infrastructure there is a feeling of scorn / lethargy, because someone is on the top floor. The purpose of this study is to reveal the public opinion about the construction of multi-storey buildings related to the conception of vertical sanctity and to provide design alternatives in accordance with Balinese values. To examine these problems, the methodology used is in the form of interviews with Hindu scholars in Bali. The result of this research is vertical sanctity as local wisdom that can be applied to multi-storey building designs. Design alternatives are also needed to minimize differences of opinion and even lead to acceptance of multi-storey building construction.

Published
2020-11-30