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Sebelum Kerja Konservasi Semasa Kerja Konservasi Selepas Kerja Konservasi

Rumah Limas stately two-story at Jalan Tok Lam, Kuala Terengganu City was built in the 1920s, during the reign of Sultan Sulaiman Badrul Shah (1920-1942). Originally, the house and the White Mosque terletak di Kampung which is part of Istana Maziah. It has long been known by locals as 'The Twin Pillars' as treats pole built a series of five pairs for twin.

The original owner of the residence or palace is His Majesty Mulia Tengku Tengku Dalam.Yang In or Tengku Teh binti Tengku Chik Young is the royal family of Dungun. His mother was Yang Mulia Tengku Wook binti Tengku Chik Dungun, while her grandmother was the daughter of Neng Yang Mulia Tengku Ismail Tengku Wook Siak and Yang Di-Pertuan Muda Tengku Abdullah. If seen from the chronology of this descent, he has a family relationship with the Sultanate of Siak Sri Indrapura. Her husband was Yang Mulia Tengku Sri Bijaya Raja (Tengku Chik Ahmad bin Abdul Rahman). He lived in the house until the end of life. After his death, the house became the inheritance and placed under the care of the precious Tengku Sri Wangsa Raja (Tengku Hitam) because Highness Tengku In no offspring to inherit the house. After Highness Tengku Hitam died, the house was inherited by his son who was Treasurer of the State of Terengganu. This house was once the Office of Religious Affairs Kuala Terengganu in 1937 until 1938 and became the Kuala Terengganu Municipal Council Office from 1946 until 1979. On 21 January 1986, the state government has handed over the building to the Historical Society of Malaysia Terengganu (PSMCT) for the purposes of the association.

Conservation of heritage buildings has been carried out by the National Heritage Department, Ministry of Information, Communication and Culture in 2009-2010. There are structural and building elements have been buried or replaced and modified. Between the impression of significant changes can be seen during the first intake for the work of conservation is in the verandah upstairs where was built a brick wall and a window louvre mirror. Similarly, additional toilet block at the front. While on the ground floor, the same situation has occurred in which the same space was created walls and new windows. Among the conservation work carried out is to tear down the new elements and restore it to its original elements. During the execution of the work, a well was found buried in the bottom of the house. This well has been retained to be the historical evidence suggests that this building is a dwelling house at one time.

PSMCT building now also houses the office of the Writers' Association and the Laureate Terengganu (LCDA) and the Department of National Heritage for the Eastern Zone.

 

 

Keunikan Senibina & Elemen Bangunan

Ukiran kerawang motif awan larat kombinasi dari jenis gelang puncaserta daun sendal pada kepala pintu lipat dan pintu dua daun. Ukiran kerawang motif awan larat kombinasi tumbuhan dan alam semula jadi serta jerejak berukir menyerlahkan keindahan tingkap labuh ram kayu boleh laras. Ruang serambi kayu direstorasi kepada reka bentuk asal.
       
 
Ruang dalamanaras bawah bangunan Ukiran pada jerejak tangga kayu menyerlahkan lagi keunikan rumah tradisi Melayu. Perigi lama setelah dibina semula.

 

ANTARA KERJA-KERJA KONSERVASI YANG DILAKSANAKAN

Pemeriksaan spesis kayu oleh FRIM.
Ujian Schmidt Hammer Rebounce pada Mock-Upbahan lepaan.
Kerja-kerja mengikis lapisan cat pada permukaandinding kayu
Kerja-kerja menyusun genting senggora pada bumbung bangunan.
Kerja-kerja membentuk motif ukiran kayu oleh pengukir tempatan bagi mengganti ukiran yang rosak sahaja.
Kerja mambaik pulihlepaan danmembentuk kembalimotif hiasan pada tiang anjunng bangunan
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