伝統的な建物配置や敷地構成の居住環境の再建への影響:－2006年ジャワ島中部地震被災地であるプレンブタン集落を事例として－ THE INFLUENCE OF TRADITIONAL BUILDING ARRANGEMENT AND SITE COMPOSITION ON REBUILDING DWELLING ENVIRONMENTS:In the case of Plembutan sub-village as an affected area of the 2006 central Java earthquake
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The aim of this paper is to clarify the influence of building arrangement and site composition of Javanese traditional residence on the process of rebuilding the dwelling enviornment in the case of Plembutan sub-village.<br> Through the combination of temporary houses and permanent houses, earthquake victims rebuilt their dwelling environment in a similar configuration before the earthquake. Permanent housing that was built late in the recovery process disrupted the organizaition of the site and caused separation within families.<br> In the case of a village, it is important that building recovery should occur through a gradual incremental process to create a diverse dwelling environment.
- Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ)
Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 74(639), 1075-1083, 2009
Architectural Institute of Japan