Pengembangan desa wisata zona B di Desa Gilangharjo, Kabupaten Bantul


  • Floriberta Binarti Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta
  • Nicolaus Nino Ardhiansyah
  • Adrian Hansen Liauw
  • Steven Chandramaya



The design of organic paddy fields and Gunung Cilik tourist areas is a part of Gilangharjo Village tourism development based on community empowerment (CBT). The tourist facilities provided in the area were designed to preserve local wisdom and ecological principles included as characteristics of CBT. The preservation of local wisdom was manifested through applying Bantul's distinctive architectural style and using local materials and vegetation. The ecological principles were applied through a temporary stage system, efficient material building design, high albedo materials, and porous paving. This design hopefully can empower the local community to the maximum extent, preserve local wisdom, and increase tourism visits without harming the environment.

Author Biography

Floriberta Binarti, Universitas Atma Jaya Yogyakarta

Scopus ID : 55505273800
Google Scholar ID : f3CNO38AAAAJ
WoS Researcher ID : AAX-5366-2020
Garuda : 1130156


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