RUANG SOSIAL SEBAGAI PRODUK NEGOSIASI SPASIAL DI KAMPUNG KAUMAN YOGYAKARTA

Authors

  • Septiawan Bagus Panglipur Magister Arsitektur, Fakultas Arsitektur dan Desain, Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana
  • Sita Yuliastuti Amijaya Magister Arsitektur, Fakultas Arsitektur dan Desain, Universitas Kristen Duta Wacana

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.21460/atrium.v6i1.12

Keywords:

Kampung Kauman, social space, temporary space, personal space.

Abstract

Title: Configuration of Social Space as a Result of Space Negotiation in Kampung Kauman Yogyakarta

Kauman is one of the unique special area in Yogyakarta famous for the special formation of the settlement patterns and the history as well related to the inhabitant. Kauman residents are descendants of the courtiers of Kraton Yogyakarta. Kauman is known as the birth place of K.H. A. Dahlan, the founder of Muhammadiyah Islamic teachings. The use of spaces as the result of communities behaviour could be seen as an interesting phenomenon. Narrow paths ways are not only used for access but also used as spaces for activities. It creates kind of new spaces. Some temporary extension of residential areas is often found and accepted as an agreement among residents. The aim of this study is to analyze the formation of the new social spaces by community activities. The qualitative descriptive methods will be used to explain the activities of Kauman village residents. Human activities behavior creates patterns in the in the environment as new spaces both temporary and permanent. The research finding of a moving social space in Kauman is a social space created by traveling vendors as they open new spaces around the sales area. The other finding is temporary acquisition of the clothesline which is placed along the alley that become a shared property, this make the clothesline owner have a new personal space occupying the social space that already exists. The court yard of the Great Mosque whenever empty is used for pencak silat activities, this activity also attracts the hawkers to come to sell there.

Published

2020-06-05