The Meaning of Terrace as Social Interaction Place in Vertical Kampung

Antony Sihombing, Nurul Gumay Poetri

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Abstract

The pros and cons of vertical housing development in Jakarta make me intend to raise the issue of the vertical kampung. In the kampung, there are social spaces where people interact to create a culture of rukun and gotong-royong. It is the terrace which become a container of social interaction. The purpose of this study is to reveal the meaning of the terrace in social interaction in the vertical kampung and its influence when the terrace room is not presented in the vertical kampung. The lost meaning of kampung when terrace is not presented in vertical kampung can be known through cognitive maps. Cognitive maps are the methodologies used to gain a human perception or view of life experiences in a particular place. This study involved several families in West Jatinegara Rusunawa to find out how people looked at the terrace in their life while in Kampung Pulo. Based on the cognitive maps method that has been done by the respondents, the terrace referred to by the villagers is an open space where people can see and interact with each other. Social space in the form of terraces which is needed by the kampung dweller, in fact is not a terrace house which is used as a place to receive guests and as a barrier between the fence and the body of the house.

Original languageEnglish
Article number012013
JournalIOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Volume112
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Feb 2018
Event2017 2nd International Conference on Environmental Engineering and Sustainable Development, CEESD 2017 - Koh Samui, Thailand
Duration: 8 Dec 201710 Dec 2017

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