Spatial Relationship in The Great Mosque Of Surakarta
Anung Studyanto, Wildiena Wangwulan, Ahmad Faizin
Available Online July 2019.
- hierarchy, spatial relationship, Great Mosque of Surakarta.
- Surakarta city has several mosques that are included in the conservation efforts, one of which is Masjid Agung Surakarta (The Great Mosque of Surakarta) which is a mosque built by the Sultan's Palace. Surakarta Great Mosque was built by Sunan Paku Buwono II in 1763 AD or 1689 of the Javanese year and finished in 1768 AD during the reign of Sunan Paku Buwono III. This paper aims to identify the existence of spaces in the mosque and the conservation efforts that have been conducted, considering that this building is a cultural heritage building. This research employed descriptive research method using literature study, observation, and interviews with the administrators of Surakarta Great Mosque. Visual documentation was conducted to acquire photos of the spaces to be studied. Data analysis was presented by describing the data in the field and then classifying them into several categories namely space circulation and space hierarchy. The highest hierarchy of the room in the Great Mosque of Surakarta is the main spaces which is confirmed by the height of the floor surface, and is influenced by the functions of these spaces. The spatial relationship of the Surakarta Great Mosque is a centralized and clustered organization, and is included in adjacent space relationships that describe the functional needs [adjacent and interrelated
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TY - CONF AU - Anung Studyanto AU - Wildiena Wangwulan AU - Ahmad Faizin PY - 2019/07 DA - 2019/07 TI - Spatial Relationship in The Great Mosque Of Surakarta BT - 5th Bandung Creative Movement International Conference on Creative Industries 2018 (5th BCM 2018) PB - Atlantis Press SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://www.atlantis-press.com/article/125910915 ID - Studyanto2019/07 ER -