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The background of Belitung island has a traditional house called a stilt house. A stilt house is a traditional house that is made on the ground but does not touch the ground by means of stone or wood as a foundation base. This traditional house is made with a famously strong wood raw material, namely Bulin wood. The purpose of the study is to find out (1) Describe what space is in Tradisional House Belitung, (2) Describe what Interior Elements are in Tradisional House Belitung, (3) Describe what kind of Artistic Artist Value is in Traditional House Belitung. This Research uses the qualitative descriptive method. The variables are the room and interior elements in the Belitung Traditional House. The subject of this research is the Belitung Traditional House. The object of his research is the Value of Artistic Value in the Belitung Traditional House. Research can be concluded (1) Knowing that the room in the Belitung Traditional House has three rooms, namely the main room, loss, and kitchen room, (2) Interior Elements in the Belitung Traditional House are found in the forming elements, supporting elements, and supporting elements, (3) The Value of Artistic Indigo Interior in each room in Traditional House. Research conclusions on traditional Belitung traditional houses have 3 room. There are elements in this traditional house, namely forming, supporting, and supporting elements. This traditional house also has artistic values that are in accordance with its culture.
Keywords: Room, Element, Artistic Value, Traditional House
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