The development of Musi Riveside house was influenced by the role of the river. The form of Musi riverside house is a riverside house and a stilt house. The choice to build stilt house is inseparable from the condition of the land in South Sumatra, which is generally in the form of wetlands. The level / height of the stage of flooring house is influenced by the condition of the house in the settlement layer, given the higher volume of water due to the denser density of the riverside houses. The high pole of the house is a form of adaptation to the high volume / tide of river water in the rainy season. The stilt house or pillar houses is a sustainable alternative to the Musi Palembang riverside community. Changes in house elements from wood material to permanent material resulting in riverside houses characterized by land houses.
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