Applying Policy of South Sulawesi Architecture in Governmental Office and Public Building

PANGERAN PAITA YUNUS, SOEDARSONO SOEDARSONO, GUSTAMI GUSTAMI

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In the preservation of local culture, local government policy is required to make local regulation (Perda)
which can be used as a handbook for architects and building owners, when making a plan for
development in public areas but do not forget to give a typical sign of Makassar or 'raises 'traditional
architectural style of South Sulawesi in building offices or public buildings. South Sulawesi
Provincial Government's efforts to pioneer the construction of buildings or new buildings that still
emphasizes architectural Bugis-Makassar, as exemplified in 1978 by building the Office of the
Parliament of South Sulawesi and South Sulawesi Governor's Office, is an effort to respond positively.
But these efforts did not last long. The architects, in for some time, still seems to apply the model
Timpalaja (timpanon) as a prominent feature of traditional roof Bugis-Makassar on the buildings, also
seemed to have started to disappear from the presence of buildings or new buildings that would be a
new icon for the city of Makassar.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.18196/jgp.2012.0013

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