The Problem Change Function of Heritage Building at the Old Cities in Central Java
Keywords:Change Function, Heritage Building, Old Cities.
AbstractThe old city is the commercial center in Semarang City in The Dutch Government. It can be seen from the buildings a relic history of hotel, warehouse, and also religious buildings. Almost all this building still exist, but they were unable to function properly. Even some buildings are used as shed byt the rightful owner of the land. The use of building be a barn it gives the impression slum and not safe to the old city. The flood problem in the old city who lack of after causing the quality of the environment in the old city get worse. This condition certainly disturb the face of the city and made the building worthless again. If managed well, those buildings in ancient old city this can be icon historic for Semarang City. One concept which can be applied to overcome these issues is to conservation old buildings to be new functions as the best possible. This concept chosen because see that function old buildings are no right again when maintained, so we needed sought the use of more worthy economically for old buildings historic not to stopped and remain maintained. The purpose of this research is studying characteristic model the concept of conservation old buildings and produce model design as an application from the concept of conservation of any old buildings. To achieve this aim will be used a methodology qualitative descriptive which can explain problem indetail and described potentials. The result of this research in the form of a model design that can be applied in ancient building, so can improve their quality, both in terms of social, economic, and culturally.
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Darmawan, E., & Titien Woro Murtin. (2017). The Problem Change Function of Heritage Building at the Old Cities in Central Java. European Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, 3(4), 142–153. https://doi.org/10.26417/ejis.v3i4.p142-153
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