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Hranice – redefinition of urban structure
Vlková, Kateřina ; Ryšavá, Hana (referee) ; Foretník, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to introduce the concept of restructuring the Slavia panel block, which lies on the axis between the station and the center in the town of Hranice. This thesis solves both general and concrete problems of the Slavia housing estate in Hranice. The proposal complements the hierarchy of privacy defined by the new urban structure with diverse typology. The overall goal is to revive the block in and out.
Hranice – redefinition of urban structure
Varmužová, Adéla ; Veselá, Markéta (referee) ; Foretník, Jan (advisor)
I think of a library in a small town as a social center rather than a closed institution. It should be seen as part of the public space of the city, an open place with a cultural - educational and social life. Apart from the possibility of concentrated individual study, it should also provide space for group work and social gathering of residents. Authors' readings, lectures and workshops are held in such a library. The library environment should be pleasant and suitable for a long stay with plenty of natural light and contact with the exterior. It includes a literary café, a buffet and an open-air reading room. The library in Hranice is designed as a terraced "house" with walking roofs. The building creates a link between the park and the street of 1. Máje. You can walk through the library from the street to park and vice versa, both through the interior of the library and outside on its roof.
Hranice – redefinition of urban structure
Stibůrková, Nikola ; Walter, Jaromír (referee) ; Foretník, Jan (advisor)
This diploma project deals with a proposal for a new movie theater in the city of Hranice. The aim of this project is to explore the possibilities of cinema architecture, emphasizing the variability of the design solution. The cinema is viewed not as an object with one set function, but as a variable cultural space that plays important part in the cultural life of not only smaller towns. Important part of the design is also the scale - scale of the different events, the town itself as well as its society. There has been a broader redefinition of the urban structure and study of the surrounding development that preceded the cinema design itself, with emphasis on the 1. máje street and proposed linear park. New building of the movie theater corresponds with the proposed regulatives of the future development and cooperates with the newly proposed library, with which it creater new culturaly- educational center of the town.
Hranice – redefinition of urban structure
Machainová, Eva ; Walter, Jaromír (referee) ; Foretník, Jan (advisor)
The thesis deals with the proposal of the Open Prison, which focuses on the resocialization of persons sentenced to serve an execution of the sentence. Prisoners have a specific regime where they are trained to live in freedom. The open prison in its form reflects the necessary operations for such a type of facility. The prison is located in close proximity to the city for its purpose.
Riverside House
Šperlová, Zuzana ; Foretník, Jan (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The paper deals with problematics of habitation by an artificial river bed, which was never intended to be part of the public areas of the city. In the work, the urban solution is made of a wider area around the river and its connection to the existing urban structure. Residential houses by the river are designed on unusually narrow parcels, which is inspired by the construction of houses along the rivers in the Netherlands. Another part of the work is the design of an apartment house with a functional ground floor on one of the inner parcels. Given the possibility of opening apartments only at the front and the back of the house, there is problem with lighting and ventilation of the apartment space. This problem has been resolved by creating a gap between a neighboring house and opening the apartments in this gap. This creates two types of apartments, oriented east to the river and west to the city. Spaces are divided as little as possible into individual rooms due to illumination to the depth of the apartment.
Riverside house
Pisarčík, Ľubomír ; Foretník, Jan (referee) ; Palaščák, Michal (advisor)
The urban design creates a pleasant part of the city near the river, offers various functions and connects today´s isolated river with the city life. The basic concept of an apartment house in a row house is to create a house with two facades that do not miss the advantages of a home oriented to all the world's faces. I create maisonettes oriented on both facades. I make common spaces which is brightenned by a large skylight that is going through the whole height of the building.
Riverside House
Rapušáková, Jasna ; Foretník, Jan (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The bacelor thesis is focused on the new urban plan of an area in Brno. The area is located on the border between the compact city and the unused areas and brownfiled. The work deals with the solution of the noise barrier, the proposal of a new urban concept and the involvment of the river to the city's organism. The detailed architectural draft is focused on one building from the designed area, concretely the apartment building on the edge of the row buildings by the river Svitava.
Riverside house
Štrba, Šimon ; Foretník, Jan (referee) ; Palaščák, Michal (advisor)
The task of the bachelor thesis was to design and urbanize the area around the Svitava river, in the wider center of Brno. Directly on the riverside is designed a row of residential buildings with promenade and cycling path. The concept of the apartment building is based directly on the location. The basic idea was to create illuminated apartments connected to both facades and illuminate the inside of the disposition using lightwells with green walls.
Jaroslavice – place in the landscape
Májek, Jan ; Veselá, Markéta (referee) ; Foretník, Jan (advisor)
The work is aimed at the center of the village, which is a square that, in size comparable to that of the Square of Freedom in Brno, is an exhibition of problems: considerable deterioration of the building fund, underground use of the public space, which is moreover unreadable and unreachable. The proposed solution divides the area of the square into three smaller public spaces that have a different character and function. Mariánské námětí is the torso of the existing one, which has been earmarked for the building of a new municipal office and library, is characterized by town houses and the location of services and public amenities. The second area is a semi-detached cottage. It is dominated by walnuts and water. The proposed buildings are oriented towards the library and the wine house. The third such defined area is the Wine Market, which is the crossroads, the scattered area of the surrounding houses, like a school, shops, or wine house. A large part of the COOP building has a sports complex with a halo and a swimming pool. There are solved especially the buildings of the town hall with a library and a wine house.
Jaroslavice – place in the landscape
Mrlinová, Lucie ; Veselá, Markéta (referee) ; Foretník, Jan (advisor)
South Moravia has a good quality soil. Changing climatic conditions and an unhealthy human approach result in drought and soil erosion. Soil, like our nutritionist, is very rare. Therefore, in my work I deal with the proposal of a research institute for soil protection, which I place on the site of a former manor court in Jaroslavice. The Institute consists of three buildings that define a common yard. The location of the complex complies with the direct connection to the adjacent experimental field. Jaroslavice, as a municipality in the warmest and driest area in the Czech Republic, is ideal for research.

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