THE INTERTWINEMENT OF TRANSCULTURAL AESTHETICS IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF CHINESE FOLKLORE IN INTERIOR DESIGN
Keywords:Transcultural Aesthetics, Chinese Folklor, Creativity, Interior Design
This article discusses in-depth the involvement of the dialectics of cross-cultural aesthetics between two cultures in the form of the application of Chinese folklore in the cultural environment in Indonesia, in various aspects and the goals that accompany it. This research uses the theory of transcultural aesthetics, which is used to analyze the two primary data regarding the role of the aesthetic elements of symbols contained in Chinese folklore used in this study. Departing from an assumption that in the patterns of assimilation at the local level positive values are often found that can be developed. So thus this study aims to examine the involvement of cross-cultural aesthetics in its involvement as a solution in responding to challenges regarding aesthetic principles globally to locally, and vice versa. As a cultural product, interior design works with various ethnicities with all their forms and dynamics, must be able to merge into a design concept through empathy, understanding and the design process uses design thinking. Including various matters in which it intersects with the underlying factors, including the political sector, the economy and the social-community dimension simultaneously. As it is known that the design process in scientific discourse shows the stages of a sequential way of thinking, connected with cause and effect between one another which is sometimes equipped with a feedback flow.