A Study And Preservation Of Islamic Philosophical Values In Dakwah Muhammadiyah Building In Medan
Novalinda, Melly Andriana, Harry Perkasa
Muhammadiyah Da'wah Building is the center of religious activities and the meeting of the people of Kemuhamadiyahan as a community organization. The building is a building facade ornament, floor plan and interior deviation. Using the foundation of the Qur'an and Hadith or beyond the context of both as a basis in designing the building of Da'wah as an inheritance in Islam. This pene Litian aims to interpret and implement the philosophical values of the architecture. The method used is describing philosophical values and explaining in qualitative analysis based on the Qur'an and hadith. The results of the analysis can be poured into the design and physical shape of the building. Because the functional approach is more needed by the user in activity in a room. The products of Islamic architecture are not only functional but in accordance with the guidelines of Islamic teachings, because this is based on the thought that Muslim beliefs in its teaching can affect the way Muslims build and utilize their architectural products (Omer 2009). The conclusion gained from this study was that the preservation of values in philosophical Islamic teachings could be applied to the building. This can be seen from the engineering that is interpreted in the form and form of architecture in the Muhammadiyah building in Medan.