KAJIAN PENYEDIAAN BAHAN BAKU PADA INDUSTRI RUMAH ADAT MINAHASA DI DESA TOMBASIAN BAWAH

Ivan Elther Kawalo, Hengki D. Walangitan, Johny S. Tasirin

Abstract


ABSTRACT

Humans use forest products in the form of wood to make ends meet. With the increasing
demand for wood, the community continues to strive to obtain wood in the manufacture of Minahasa
traditional houses which are an economic producer. This study aims to describe the type of wood, wood
sources and wood needs. The results showed that, 1) The types of wood used in the manufacture of
Minahasa traditional houses in Tombasian Bawah Village were: cempaka wood, nantu wood, red wood /
pulutan. But the most widely used type of chrysolite wood. 2) The source of wood is obtained from the
surrounding forest areas in Tombasian Bawah, Tareran, Lapi, Talaitad and Suluun which are private
property. And the wood purchased is also private property. 3) The use of wood in the manufacture of
Minahasa traditional houses, namely: staircase, steps, beam, bottom, floor frame, floor, pillar, wall
boards, doors, windows, upper beam frame, upper frame. 4) The amount of wood raw material needed to
build a Minahasa traditional house: 1 room (7-8 m3), 2 rooms (12-17 m3) and 3 rooms (16 m3). It all
depends on the number of rooms, size, model and order.
Keywords: Minahasa Traditional House. Raw Materials of Minahasa Traditional Houses


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