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Housing Adjustment in Canggu Tourism Area, Badung Bali: Quo Vadis between Needs of Tourism and Indigenous Local Culture

Houses have a very important meaning for the people in Bali. House does not only function as a shelter or as a reflection of social status as a function of the home in general. For Balinese, the dominant house serves as a place for the "yadnya" ceremony, starting from ceremony of newborns to dead people. Traditional Balinese housing has a basic spatial concept that has been inherited from generation to generation with binding space rules based on Hinduism. The Tri Angga concept is a basic reference in the development of space vertically, while the sanga mandala concept is a reference for horizontal development. This concept underlies the pros and cons of the development housing today. Which can be developed and which buildings can be changed, no one stakeholders, or communities that can legalize it. Spatial conflict arises when a home is used for tourist accommodation. Residents use part of the house or part of the building to rent, because they do not have new land specifically for tourist accommodation. The entry of this tourism function should not shift the function of rituals that are required to exist in Balinese Traditional Houses. This study took a case study in Canggu Village, North Kuta District, Bali Province. This area have many space development conflicts in Badung during the years 2017-2018. Construction of backpacker accommodation which then develops into dormitory begins to enter the sacral area. Disagreements between the government, community and business people towards changes in the homes of traditional communities have encouraged the importance of studies of change in orientation of the space. The extent to which the population circulation limits and the extent to which tourists can enter the Balinese house ritual space are basic references to space additions or changes. This study uses a method of direct observation of the activities of residents and tourists in traditional Balinese homes that also function as tourist accommodation. The initial sketch was made as a comparison of the physical arrangement of the existing space. The rate of change that occurs before and after tourism enters compared to the applicable regional regulations. The findings of this study are the basic concepts and methods of adding space in traditional Balinese homes as a consideration in the preparation of detailed spatial plans in Badung Regency. Index Terms - Traditional Balinese Housing, Adjustment, Space.