Spatial pattern of Islamic settlements of Kampung Kauman Malang in the perspective of typical Mzab

Junara, Nunik and Triyadi, Sugeng (2018) Spatial pattern of Islamic settlements of Kampung Kauman Malang in the perspective of typical Mzab. IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science 213 (2018) 012038, 213 (012038).

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Kampung Kauman is a representation of the Muslim settlement in Indonesia, especially in Java. Its location behind Masjid Jami’ in the city center makes it one of the destinations to stay. The existence of the Kampung Kauman has been synonymous with the religious activities of its people. One of Kauman that still exists is in Malang, East Java.
Kauman was formed along with the establishment of Masjid Jami’. In the beginning, people who lived in Kauman were Dutch until the colonial government established territories based on the race. Many moved to occupy the area around the Ijen Street, and Kauman was reserved for the Muslim population. The present kampung Kauman is not only inhabited by Muslims, but there are also nonMuslims. There have been social and physical changes in the environment. Settlements are increasingly crowded, but religious life continues to influence the community activities. Mostly, non-Muslims live outside the kampung with their trading activities.
This study is field research, in which the phenomenon is tried to be analyzed based on facts in the field. This study aims to determine the pattern of settlements in kampung Kauman Malang. The result in this study; the spatial pattern is similar to the Islamic spatial planning principle
which is the basis for the Muslim settlement according to Buchair namely Typical Mzab

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: Pattern of settlement; The principle of Islamic city; Kampung Kauman Malang
Subjects: 12 BUILT ENVIRONMENT AND DESIGN > 1201 Architecture > 120102 Architectural Heritage and Conservation
Divisions: Faculty of Technology > Department of Architecture
Depositing User: Nunik Junara
Date Deposited: 28 Jan 2020 09:17


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