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Study of Neo-Traditional Architecture of Hibualamo Traditional House Between Form, Function and Meaning Relationship as a Representation of Tobelo Culture

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Hibualamo Neo-Traditional Architecture is a traditional building in the North Halmahera area built by the Tobelo tribe. The long history of the presence of the Hibualamo House is something important and symbolic for the people of Tobelo in particular and North Halmahera in general. However, it has since been restored in 2007 by the North Halmahera regional government. There has been a change or acculturation in architecture, both in terms of the use of materials, the shape of the building facade, and adjustments to the function of the building. This new application of hibualamo architecture has given rise to controversy over whether the existing hibualamo buildings still apply the cultural values of the Tobelo tribe, like the original hibualamo buildings. This research aims to examine the application of Neo-Traditional Architecture to the Hibualamo traditional house from the architectural aspect, namely form, function and meaning related to Tobelo tribal culture. A qualitative descriptive research method will be carried out by reviewing the literature on Neo-Traditional Architecture, Culture and Hibualamo Traditional Houses. Then the results of in-depth analysis and study will show the extent of the relationship between form, function and meaning that represents the culture of the Tobelo tribe. The research results show that the Hibualamo Neo-traditional Architecture is an architectural novelty, but its existence is still proven to be in accordance with the principles or cultural values of the Tobelo people of North Halmahera.

DOI 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20230903.15
Published in International Journal of Architecture, Arts and Applications (Volume 9, Issue 3, September 2023)
Page(s) 105-109
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Keywords

Hibualamo Architecture, Tobelo Tribe Culture, Neo-Traditional

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    Ralf Mumulati, Noor Cholis Idham, Sugini. Study of Neo-Traditional Architecture of Hibualamo Traditional House Between Form, Function and Meaning Relationship as a Representation of Tobelo Culture. Int J Archit Arts Appl. 2023;9(3):105-109. doi: 10.11648/j.ijaaa.20230903.15

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  • Department of Architecture, Indonesian Islamic University, Yogyakarta, Indonesian

  • Department of Architecture, Indonesian Islamic University, Yogyakarta, Indonesian

  • Department of Architecture, Indonesian Islamic University, Yogyakarta, Indonesian

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