Published at Saturday, 25 May 2019. Heritage Shack. By Lukas Schubert.
Desa Pedawa or Pedawa village is an authentic Bali village known by Balinese as the Bali Aga or Bali Mula. This village is inhabited by native people in Bali before the arrival of Majapahit Hindu (Siva-Buddha) people. This is proved by the existence of historical heritage in the Megalithic era in the form of two sarcophagus in this village area. Also It was found that Pedawa village did not have a caste system (social hierarchy), unlike villages in Bali island.
Additional area that is located next to the front porch or 'Terempang', this room is called 'Sepen'. This room usually stores worship tools and also some items that need to be stored. There is also a building called 'Jineng' (Lumbung) whose position is in front of a house that functions to store rice yields for residents who work as farmers.
Change does not only occur in the community, but also changes in the architecture of traditional homes are inevitable. Changes that occur in form, function and building elements are a form of adaptation to the weather, technological developments and lifestyle changes.
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