Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Traditional House Of Bengkulu

In Bengkulu Malay language, also called the homes "House". Bengkulu, including the type of traditional house houses on stilts. Stage house is designed to protect occupants from flooding. Besides the stage below the house can also be used to store wagons, crops, agricultural equipment, wood fire, and also serves as a livestock barn. The stage-house Malay is divided into several sections, among others:
The top
The top of Bengkulu malay traditional house consists of:

   1. Roof; made of palm fiber, bamboo, or zinc
2. Ridge, there are several forms
3. Runway = ceiling of the board or pelupuh
4. Role: beams that connect the top
5. The pillars of the top
6. Hood: a framework to attach rafters
7. Rafter: to batten mendation
8. Lath: to stick to the roof
9. Listplang, suyuk, editor
Form part of this will be seen on the ridges are made. Some types of ridge, among others:

The middle section, consisting of:

1. Frames, frames for doors and windows
2. Walls: made of boards or pelupuh
3. Window: the usual form and shape of the ram
4. Doors: the usual form and shape of the ram
5. Tulusi (vent): ventilation, usually above doors and windows, made with a variety of decorative
6. Tinag directions
7. Piabung: pole over it
8. Mullion
9. Bendu: transverse beams along the walls

The lower part, consisting of:

1. Floor, from the board, bamboo, or pelupuh
2. Deck, the boards 8 mounted dimmer with 50cm wide along the outside wall above the beam
3. Gravestone, cover edge of the outer beams, along the circumference of the wall
4. Beam (large), a framework for the floor that extends to the front
5. Tailan: beam being that serves as a place to put a floor
6. Beam: retaining talian, transverse
7. Bedu: beam above as a place to put the rail
8. Splints, thick bamboo is mounted transversely of the floor board, to defend from the enemy punctures from below the house
9. Pelupuh bedroom, parallel to the floor boards (above splint)
10. Pedestal pole, pole foundation stone house rumahtiang
11. Front and rear ladder

STRUCTURE OF SPACE Homes have the function in life. The composition and function space in Bengkulu malay traditional house are:
1. Berendo Place to receive guests who have not known, or guests who simply convey a message (briefly). It is also used to relax in the morning or late afternoon. For children, berendo also often used to play cocky, rubber, etc..
2. Hall Space to receive visitors who are well-known, close relatives, or people who respected. This room is also used for family cengkrama place at night, the room for children to learn, and at times this space is used for salvation or consensus family relatives.
3. Chamber pawpaw Pawpaw booth or stall the mother is a bedroom for the head of the family (husband and wife) and children are still small.
4. Booth girl Usually found in families with girls, a room for the girl child. In addition to sleep is also used for bersolak. Booth girls are usually side by side with the chamber shall have an end, for safety and ease of supervision of their daughters.
5. Living room Usually emptied of furniture, and in the corners provided a few strands of the mat rolled up because its main function is to receive guests for a housewife or a close family of the girl. In addition it is also often used as a place to learn the Koran. For families who do not have the separate single room, sometimes used for single child's bed.
6. The dining room Family dining. In a small house there is usually no room to eat, they eat in the living room. If a guest is not immediate family, then to invite guests to use eat with it, not in the dining room.
7. Fierce Storage jars of water or other water gerigik or place, is also used to wash the dishes and wash the feet before entering the house or kitchen
8. Kitchen Room for cooking
9. Berendo back Back porch, relaxing place for women in the afternoon or evening, unwind after work on a task, a place to chat while looking for lice.
Actually, in addition to traditional Malay house Bengkulu, Bengkulu also found in other traditional house like the house Umeak Cut Jang (home-made Rejang) which is umeakan (ancient houses) Rejang original (one of the tribes in Benguet), House of Traditional lemur birth manor Rejang Coastal, Nine Broken homes that are traditional houses of ordinary people Rejang Coastal tribes, etc..

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