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Title: Aesthetic study on historic building of Toko Merah using phenomenology & artefact theory approach
Authors: R. C. Permatasari 
S. Sukri 
Keywords: Aesthetic Study;Historic Building;Toko Merah;Phenomenology;Artefact Theory Approach
Issue Date: Jul-2021
Publisher: American Institute of Physics Inc.
Conference: AIP Conference Proceedings 
Toko Merah is one of the cultural heritage buildings in the old city of Jakarta that has a change of form and function
based on the history of different holdings which appeared maintained and preserved. Currently, the building is not fully
utilised; only some of the building is rented as a meeting house.The Toko Merah building has different functions based on
its history of ownership. The existence of this building which sets in the early history of the establishment of the twin luxury
house makes it the icon of the cultural heritage building. It is now called Toko Merah. The method used in this research is
qualitative descriptive based on the history of the Toko Merah with a phenomenological approach specifically chosen to
observe the aesthetic form of space in search of the essential meaning of the Toko Merah building.The results show the
phenomenon of the Toko Merah building as a cultural heritage building has an essential aesthetic meaning as a cultural
heritage building which needs to be studied and explored more in the narrative of adaptive reuse and should be maintained
and preserved so that it can be utilised wherebymeaningful interpretation and usage can be materialised. It will eventually
be celebrated as a heritage building which preserves that memory of the past.
ISBN: 978-073544118-7
ISSN: 0094243X
DOI: 10.1063/5.0053872
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Creative Technology & Heritage - Proceedings

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