The Indonesian Town Revisited
LIT Verlag Münster, 2003 - 428 halaman
The Indonesian Town Revisited reflects the growing interest in new towns and the urban sprawl around Jakarta, the economic crisis and its effects on the construction sector. Furthermore, a new direction in research is related to the growing interest in middle range cities. Some well-established topics are also covered, such as kampung improvement, urban conservation and migration.
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administrative alun-alun architecture areas Bali Balinese Bandung Bangko Bekasi buildings built Bukittinggi Cakranegara cent central centre century Chinese town circus Cirebon colonial concept construction cultural Denpasar Dutch east economic crisis estates ethnic European freeway groups growth hectares Hindu household housing impact important Indonesia Indonesian cities Indonesian Town infrastructure inhabitants Islamic Jabotabek Jakarta Jalan Jambi Java Javanese kampung karang Kota land Lasem Leiden Lippo Karawaci living located Lombok major Makassar marga ment metropolitan migration modern municipal native neighbourhood official organisation Palembang Pasar Malam pattern period planning political population problems programs Pura region residential residents resilience river road role Rupiah Sasaks sector Semarang Senen settlement social Soeharto Soerabaia South South Sumatra Southeast Asia space Srivijaya statues street structure sultan Sumatra Surabaya symbol Tangerang Tillema tion Toraja traditional transport Ujung Pandang urban development urbanisation West West Java Yogyakarta
Halaman 9 - ... the overdriving of an established form in such a way that it becomes rigid through an inward overelaboration of detail — not the hazy cultural vitalism in which it is here embedded.