PERANCANGAN PUSAT PERBELANJAAN TENGGARONG DENGAN PENDEKATAN ARSITEKTUR REGIONALISME

Zulfikhar Achmad Efendy, Prasetyo Prasetyo, Dimas Bintang Mudrajad

Abstract


A shopping center is a group of commercial buildings built and erected at a planned location,
developed, started and organized into an operating unit, related to the location, size, type of shop
and shopping area of the unit. The design of a shopping center is something that is under
construction, so that various cities want to plan a shopping center that can serve as supporting
facilities. Therefore, the existence of shopping centers has a positive impact on the development of
a city. So a shopping center in Tenggarong is needed with supporting facilities, and uses a
regionalism architectural approach that displays the cultural characteristics of the Tenggarong
people. The method used to achieve the goals and objectives consists of the data collection stage,
the analysis stage and the building design concept stage. The results of the discussion on the
research on the design of the Tenggarong shopping center with an architectural regionalism
approach as an element to introduce the cultural characteristics that exist in Tenggarong. Like the
ulapdoyo woven cloth, the Erau tradition and the mythological animals that exist in the Tenggarong area, which are emphasized on the form of the building's facade. In the analysis of the amount of
space, it has a total area of 78,641.91 m² with KDB 14,468 m² and KDH 21,702 m², which is
divided into 6 floors and has 315 shops from 1 building period. transformation of the shape of the
building using a combined Dayak shield form. And the building formation adopted from the Kedaton
building in the 1900s. So that it can become a new icon in Tenggarong.

Keywords: Design, Tenggarong, Regionalism


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