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Attic House with Store with Vegetation Roof
Žajdlík, Pavel ; Jurka, Jiří (referee) ; Mastná, Zuzana (advisor)
Bachelor's thesis solves the new building object, which is divided to part for housing - family house and to part for sale of ware - salesroom. The actual house is designed for 4-5 members family, has two overground floors, whereas the second floor is the attic. Also house has one underground floor, where is located the garage accessible by the downhill ramps. Extension of shop has one floor and a flat walkable vegetation roof, serves as a terrace for 2nd floor of residential section.
Detached House on a Slop
Kocourek, Tomáš ; Jurka, Jiří (referee) ; Mastná, Zuzana (advisor)
The theme of bachelor´s work is a house in standard implementation. The house is placed in sloping terrain. The shape of it is created by blocks with gabled roof. The main enternance to the house is situated in upper floor. The built-up area is approximately 135m2. Size of the house is 6+kc. The house includes a garage for two cars, a laundry and a workroom.
Detached House without Barriers
Klečka, Milan ; Jurka, Jiří (referee) ; Mastná, Zuzana (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with design of detached house without barriers. It consists of two-storey living house it with semi basement. Object is made of ceramic bricks Porotherm. The roof is flat single-layer. The house is designed for four people. An entrance is situated to east and living rooms are mainly oriented to east and west. The work contains drawings and technical descriptions and it is composed as an implementing project.
Assessment of ventilated floors construction
Jurka, Jiří ; Kmínová,, Hana (referee) ; Šilarová,, Šárka (referee) ; Šťastník, Stanislav (referee) ; Škramlik, Jan (advisor)
Air insulation, especially its efficiency, is often underestimated and most often it is recommended as combination of several methods by our experts. It is known that flowing air used to eliminate excessive humidity in lower construction is insignificantly promoted. Already our ancestors in ancient Rome had experience with implementation of air insulations. However, nowadays such design is connected with many doubts and it forces us to use sense, especially knowledge of construction physics. So it urges higher technical precision when designing functional ventilation system. Each building is actually a unique object, with regard to its position and used properties, that is why certain natural conditions must be accepted when designing. It is more complicated and figuratively speaking it can be written in c. 20 equations of twenty unknowns. Other problems arise in unknown coefficients to individual parameters and their effects. From another point of view it is the issue of changing air during the day, passing fronts, annual cycles and all of these in relation to internal environment of the building, materials used in the construction, land properties of rocks, and last but not least, relation to the terrain around the building. Then there are the effects of the building's altitudes etc. In total they are cycles with sine character of dampening and drying. The thesis discusses how to test the functionality of AIR insulations designed for the floor ventilation in historic buildings and follows on from the previously published articles. A flow analysis is being performed on an object of the city of Žirovnice which has been registered in the list of cultural monuments and was built as a brewery in the years 1589-1592 on the site of an older medieval building. This article brings new air-flow element. The aim of the article is to analyse in detail the air flow in a specific floor void with the aid of modern CFD programs and experimental measurements using the ALMEMO
Residential Building
Revaj, Miroslav ; Jurka, Jiří (referee) ; Sukopová, Dáša (advisor)
Projekt fourty-storey domestic buiolding with six apartment. In first floor, there is a usable floor. The next floors are used as apartment buildings. Residetial building is located in the block Brno Bohunice.
Family house with a design office in Planá
Školník, Miroslav ; Jurka, Jiří (referee) ; Sukopová, Dáša (advisor)
This thesis describes the design of a family house with a design office in Planá. The house is designed as a brick building from Ytong, the underlying structure of concrete. The main part of the building used for housing has two floors, side part for the design office is one floor. Both parts are covered by a shed roof. The house is designed for four-to five-member family. Garage is embedded in the main building.
Family house with place of business
Vlček, Tomáš ; Jurka, Jiří (referee) ; Sukopová, Dáša (advisor)
Subject of this bachelor’s thesis is construction project of family house with hairdresser’s workroom. The house is located in South Moravia region in cadastral area of Soběšice. The house is situated on slight down sloped terrain and has two overground floors and one subterranean storey. The hairdresser’s workshop is situated on the first overground floor with North-East orientation. The main part of the first overground floor is used for family habitation. Garage is situated in basement. The brickwork is made of masonry system POROTHERM, overhead structures from POT girders and ceramic shims MIAKO. The roof construction of family house is hipped roof with truss structures. The hairdresser’s room and living room overheads are made of flat onecoated walkable roof which serves as a terrace.
Detached House on a Gap Site with Craft Production
Bačovský, Vlastimil ; Jurka, Jiří (referee) ; Mastná, Zuzana (advisor)
Bachelors thesis is focused on design and elaboration of design documentation of single-family house with craft production, house number 65. Proposition of house has respect both commune plan and current street buildings. It is not supposed to create stress with its shape and size but to complete actual building. It has one elevated floor and built-in attic, saddle roof, it is cellarless. It is divided into two parts, first one for craft production, second one for living, also extended into the whole attic.
Traditional Technologies for Contemporary Living
Grégr, Jakub ; Jurka, Jiří (referee) ; Mastná, Zuzana (advisor)
The family house is situated on the edge of town Dubňany (Hodonín). The wooden structure is further complemented by mineral thermal insulation Isover and Fermacell gypsum-fiber boards, roof is skillion. The object has two elevated floors, one underground and the attached garage for one car. Built-up area 110,69 m.

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