LOCALITY IN FACADE DESIGN OF BALE BANJAR WHICH RECEIVE GOVERNMENT SOCIAL GRANT IN KUTA DISTRICT
Bali is one of the provinces in Indonesia that has a variety of uniqueness derived from the culture and natural beauty potential which then developed into tourism. Each city or regency in Baly has its peculiarities as a potential. One of them is Badung regency which has the highest income fund in the Province of Bali through tourism sector. Local indigenous revenue in 2017 reached the number of Rp 4,17 trillion. Starting from the high local revenue, Badung Regency is able to provide social aid to the its villages in the year 2017 of Rp 55,56 billion increased by 296% from the year 2015 of Rp 13,99 billion. Some villages/banjar that receives this aid, use it to make or renovate the local bale banjar by changing the design from the original design to the new design. It is interesting to see the changes in terms of design, whether the new design follows the local aspect of traditional Balinese architecture or not. This writing is made to explore the aspect of human and locality in the design of Bale Banjar through the opinions of architects and academics who have expertise in traditional Balinese architecture. The method used is a survey method with the spread of questionnaires to architects and academics in Bali. Analysis is done by a qualitative approach by descriptive analysis of survey results. Based on the analysis results, some of the bale Banjar design adopts some aspects of localities with various variations.
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