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Vernacular Architecture, Robertus Nugroho and Moediartianto


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Vernacular Architecture, Robertus Nugroho and Moediartianto

  1. 1. Digital Technology forLocal Knowledge ConservationCase Study: Javanese Vernacular ArchitectureRobertus Setiawan Aji Nugroho, MoediartiantoSoegijapranata Catholic University (SCU)
  2. 2. Aims and Objectives To develop a web based framework/software allowing for the conservation of local knowledge and the provision of interactive educational facilities To actively promote and encourageJavanese vernacular values with modern interpretations amongst learners of the information technology age
  3. 3. Why? Cultural identity uniqueness ofJavanese vernacular architecture
  4. 4. Why? Vernacular values are less popular and respected by present day generation  Diminishing local knowledge
  5. 5. Why? Existing knowledge of Javanese culturein SCU are fragmented or not well presented
  6. 6. Methodology1. Weekly Meeting2. Digitalization of existing knowledge3. Surveys4. Module writing5. Joint Requirement Planning6. Course Implementation7. National Workshop
  7. 7. Methodology• Who are involved? • Team: • 3 Lecturers • R. Setiawan Aji Nugroho (Faculty of Comp. Science) • Moediartianto (Faculty of Arch. And Design) • Krisprantono (Faculty of Arch. And Design) • 5 Students • Hamid Hendi (Faculty of Arch. And Design) • Surya Hadi (Faculty of Arch. And Design) • Ady Priambogo (Faculty of Arch. And Design) • Arries Riyadi (Faculty of Comp. Science) • Vincentius Riyandaru (Faculty of Comp. Science ) • Students of Faculty of Architecture and Design (course implementation)
  8. 8. ImplementationField observation  collecting data to confirm the previous researches information
  9. 9. Implementation Modeling process  transforming realimages of building into digital primitive shapes
  10. 10. Implementation Modeling process  presenting in 3Drendered models and animation  Uploaded at Youtube channel: vernakular100
  11. 11. Implementation E-Learning development • combining all resources• Joint Requirement Planning to get feedbacks • Implementation in the course/subject • Part of a subject curriculum
  12. 12. Outcomes Project LogBook (  Communication tools between team, UB and public about the progress of the project  People could learn and understand how was this project done
  13. 13. Outcomes Youtube Channel: nakular100 • 3D modeling of Javanese Vernacular Architecture • Will be a part of the learning module • Javanese vernacular is promoted via visual media in the internet, will be linked to e-Learning website. • Still in progress
  14. 14. Outcomes E-learning media • Students and other people have easy and fast access to learn about Javanese Vernacular • Culture preservation is happened  knowledge • In Progress
  15. 15. Applications It will be a part of learning method in Theory and History of Architecture course which discusses the principles and essence of traditional architectural theory and form. Could be assignments to explore and interpret local knowledge using 3D visualization and multimedia literacy
  16. 16. Recommendation Develop interlibrary system to explore and conserve local knowledge between university partners In architectural research and academic field, widen alternative in analytical and design process of vernacular architecture.
  17. 17. References Frick, H., 1997, Pola Struktural dan Teknik Bangunan di Indonesia, Penerbit Kanisius & University Press Soegijapranata Krisprantono, 1999, The Study of Vernavular Building to Inform the Education For Contemporary Design Concepts: with special reference of Central Java, The King’s Manor Kurose James F., Ross Keith W., 2007, Computer Networking A Top-Down Approach, Pearson Education Inc, Boston. Manning, Christopher D., Raghavan, Prabhakar., Schutze, Hinrich. 2009. An Introduction to Information Retrieval. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press William H. D, ; Brian D. Loader, 2002, Digital Academe: The New Media and Institutions of Higher Education and Learning, Routledge
  18. 18. Thank you!Robertus Setiawan Aji Nugroho, MoediartiantoSoegijapranata Catholic University (SCU)