Space Segregation on Mosque Transition Area. Case Study: Mosque Salman, ITB

UNSPECIFIED (2013) Space Segregation on Mosque Transition Area. Case Study: Mosque Salman, ITB. In: Dewiyanti, Dhini, (ed.) Prosiding Seminar DARK ITB 1. Sekolah Arsitektur Perencanaan dan Pengembangan Kebijakan Institut Teknologi Bandung. Institut Teknologi Bandung.

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The presence of mosques in the campus and educational facilities area seems to be a new consideration in the masterplan. It is raising a unique phenomenon different than other mosque typology. The phenomenon of the emergence of a mosque on campus with all the activities inside has become interesting study. The encounter of user's activities and place displays a variety of meanings. This paper is a small part of findings contained in the space activity research on Salman mosque. The main purpose of the research is to get a place meaning for the mosque user. Based on the observation and in-depth interviews, the researcher found gender segregation in transitional space. In general, it is known that the mosque is a place that separates the space usage by gender, especially in ritual activities. It is apparently unrealized that segregation also occurs in transition space outside ritual activities. The research is still carry on, to arrive at the final conclusion

Item Type: Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords: campus mosque; segregation; gender; non-ritual; transitional space
Subjects: 700_THE ARTS; FINE & DECORATIVE ARTS > 720_Architecture.
N Fine Arts > NA Architecture
Depositing User: Mia Hayati Kosasih
Date Deposited: 02 Sep 2022 02:34
Last Modified: 02 Sep 2022 02:34

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