Published at Saturday, 25 May 2019. Heritage Shack. By Lukas Schubert.
Bandung Rangki and Sri Dandan are authentic shacks from Pedawa village. Bandung Rangki is a shack that has as many as 18 pillars, and Sri Dandan is a shack that has 16 pillars. The roof structure is a bamboo roof structure and roof covering material in the form of bamboo shingles and dried reeds or Satintail grass. Walls of buildings and openings in the form of woven walls of bamboo and clay and Floor material made of clay too.
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.
Bandung Rangki and Sri Dandan have their own functions that are very unique and very influenced by the beliefs of the local community and their life patterns. The functions that exist in the shack include the basic functions of the house but all are integrated into a traditional Pedawa house building. The functions are:
There are two beds called Bale Gede and Bale Cenik. Bale Gede used by parents for sleeping and Bale Cenik used by kids for sleeping.
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