Detail Inovasi Perguruan Tinggi


Tema: Palace, Transformation, Pakungwati, Islamic, Hindu-Buddhist
Judul: Identification of Spatial Pattern in Pakungwati as a Reflection of Architectural Transformation between Hindu-Buddhist and Islamic Palace in Jawa
Perguruan Tinggi: Universitas Katolik Parahyangan
Jenis/sdm: dosen/0412107301

Tahun: 2019

Studies relating to the architectural transformation of Javanese Palace ranging from the late Hindu-Buddhist era of the Majapahit Kingdom to the subsequent Islamic era have not yielded any substantial revelations so far. This phenomenon can be said to suffer from a missing link. Dalem Agung Pakungwati is estimated to be one of the first palaces to have been established in the era of Early Islamic development on Java after the fall of the Majapahit Kingdom and is currently part of the Kasepuhan Palace in Cirebon, West Java. This study is expected to be an eye-opener leading to new insights, which can be used to examine the spatial pattern of the transitional palatial architecture from the HinduBuddhist Era to the Islamic Era. This research has been conducted with both the historical and qualitative approach. Through this study, the Dalem Agung Pakungwati Palace can be identified as showing a spatial pattern that contained the transformative Hindu-Majapahit concept of Islamic values. The findings obtained are expected to be used to reconstruct the local values in the form of understanding the spatial pattern of architecture as the genuine essence or identity of the archipelagic architecture that is sensitive to the appreciation of ancestral heritage