Paper Title
Development of Vertical Housing And the Effect of Bali People's Culture

Government programs in controlling the development of housing and settlements have been established through Law No. 1 of 2011 concerning Housing and Settlements, which was then followed by Law No. 20 of 2011 concerning flats, in order to fulfill the community's right to obtain decent housing. However, this has not yet received a response from the Regional Government and the community because it is considered incompatible with living according to the traditions and customs of Balinese culture, the majority of which are Hindu and the concept of Tri Hita Karana with all the values contained therein. On the other hand the need for housing in urban areas is increasing while land prices are also very expensive, so vertical housing is one of the most appropriate and realistic solutions. The purpose of this research is to look for values in Balinese culture that are not yet in accordance with the vertical housing concept so that the government and the public still cannot develop vertical housing, especially in urban areas. This study will use qualitative research methods with observations on existing vertical housing, approaches and interviews with housing residents, customary figures, religious leaders and policy holders in government. Keywords - Vertical Housing, Balinese Culture, Housing Needs.