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Detached house with florist
Pobucká, Slávka ; Bureš, Jan (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis is a design of new building detached house with florist. Construction is situated in the village of Hutisko – Solanec in the Vsetín district. The building is a detached house, it has two floor and a partial basement. The detached house is designed for permanent housing for a four member family The floor plan of the building is of an irregular shape, based on the shape of the land parcel. The house roofing is designed with a gable roof. The construction is based on plain concrete strip foundations. The vertical load-bearing structures are designed to be bulit of clay blocks Heluz and concrete blocks of permanent formwork. The load-bearing roof assembly is built of timber roof truss and prefabricated timber truss girders. The building is divided into a living area and florist.
Detached house with an establishment
Papst, Ondřej ; Mynaříková, Veronika (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor‘s thesis is to work out the design documentation for realization of the construction of the detached house with an establishment in Havlíčkův Brod. The building is detached, it is functionally divided into two parts – detached house, with a partial basement and two above-ground floor, for up to four-members family and into a single-storey establishment used as a butcher’s with up to three-members staff. The structural system of the building is masonry, the basement masonry is consisted of concrete blocks of permament formwork, the others above-ground floor are consisted of clay blocks. The floor structure is designed of cast-in-place reinforced one-way and two way slabs, the roofing of the building is made of warm flat roof with PVC covering. The external walls are supplied with contact thermal insulation system ETICS. The building is set in a lightly sloping terrain.
Detached house with solicitor´s office
Müller, David ; Mynaříková, Veronika (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The subject of my bachelor thesis is a new-building of a detached house with a solicitor’s office in Obora near Boskovice. The objects are separated from each other and each of them makes a separate unit. The building is located in the suburb of Obora in slightly sloping terrain. The “T” shaped house is designed for a four membered family with a comfort dispositive organization. The house is ground floor, partly with a cellar, roofed by a saddle roof with a traditional wooden trussing. The organization and size of the windows in both objects are designed in order to have a view to the countryside. The solicitor’s office is a ground floor object roofed by flat roof. It consists three offices, one meeting room and sanitary facilities. The structural system of both objects is longitudinal, wall. The vertical load-bearing constructions are made from cut ceramic blocks. The horizontal constructions in the detached house are monolithic, ferroconcrete and in the solicitor’s office they are half-prefabricated, ceramics-concrete. The project was made in AutoCad software application, 3D model in 3D modelling computer program SketchUp.
Condominium in Brno, Mlynska street
Pucholdtová, Lucie ; Elešová, Klára (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the planning permission documentation and an extract from the project execution plan based on my previous studio work in the course of AG034 back in 2017. The work deals with a design of a condominium in Mlynska street, Brno. Mlynska street in the borough of Trnita is in close proximity to the historic centre. Mlynska street and its surroundings is an area that has become extremely popular with developers, is undergoing a massive renovation and holds a remarkable potential for future (like Vlněna Office Park complex or Ponvka business park). The building lot consists of allotments number 27/1-10 and 40/1, which are currently in possession of the company Rezidence PONÁVKA s.r.o.. The lot is not in any protected zone or area. The design aims at housing, commercial, administrative and educational functions. With a special aspect to the educational function, the building comprises a coffee shop with a bookshop and a study room on the ground floor and co-working centre with a conference hall on the 2nd and 3rd stories. All the educational spaces are inspired by the work of two scholars and education supporters František Šujan and Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi. A nearby square is named after those two men who both fought for education to be available for people of all social classes. The building should help this part of the town to develop fully and raise standards in this part of the town.
The multifunctional building Mlynska, Brno
Pelčák, Vlastimil ; Ležatka,, Lukáš (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is created on the basics of an architectural study designed by me in the third year of the bachelor’s degree studies. The thesis elaborates this architectural study into the following degrees of the project documentation. The topic of this work is a design of Multifunctional building Mlynska in Brno. The work reacts on the current change of the city district Trnita in which the estate for the design of the building is located. Gradual revitalization of the whole city district is supposed. The main structure of the multifunctional building and few other auxiliary buildings are located on the estate. The multifunctional house is of a cubic form with a regular placement of windows. The building has two below ground and fourteen above ground storeys. Its height is a reaction on the new and newly emerging building in a nearby surrounding. Due to a higher number of storeys it is moved further from the borderline of street. Both below ground storeys are of technical character. In the first below ground storey is designed a café, shop and an entrance for residents. In the second and third storeys are offices. From fourth to thirteenth storeys are located flats of various dispositions – together there is 28 housing units. The last storey serves for all of the residents – there is a rooftop terrace, a common room and necessary facilities. From the constructional point, the house is arranged as a combination of a monolithic reinforced concrete vertical parts and prefabricated horizontal panels. Perimeter is surrounded by a frame into which are inserted windows. Centre of the building comprises of stiffened core of vertical link. The building is designed as a modern premium living in a minimalistic, functional and aesthetic design.
Object for small and medium production
Lyzhanov, Iurii ; Rosendorf, Aleš (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
On a basis of my project of the second year of bachelor's study on the Faculty of Civil Engineering the following bachelor's thesis is prepared, which goes on to the Documentation for Building Permit and Documentation for Construction. The theme of the work is Object for small and medium production in Brno Kohoutovice. Bachelor thesis is the object for small and medium business, design of production objects. I have designed two objects, one of the them is used for furniture production, the other one is used as an administrative part and as attendant for production section. The objects have two floors, in the administrative part of the first floor is used for production, the second floor is used for catering employees, there is also a space that meant for office rooms, workshop and coworking room. In the production building the two above-ground floors are used for production, which includes hygienic facilities for employees. Each of the objects has an atrium in the middle, which is used as a place for rest during working breaks. In the atrium there are little plant-borne spacing. The construction of the objects is made up of a systém of skeletal columns. As a filler wall was chosen a Porotherm's thermal insulation systém based on mineral wool. The main focus in the design of the objects was the creation of flexible spaces, their proper use, the interconnection demanding to concentrate work and the possibility of rest within the working space.
Apartment building
Neradová, Barbora ; Kvapilová, Vendula (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis elaborates the project documentation for the construction of an apartment building in the village Panenská Rozsíčka, located in the Vysočina Region.The apartment building is designed as atypical and is situated on flat terrain. The apartment building has two residential floors (and one basement floor) and has four residential units and common area of the house. One apartment is designed as a possible accessible. Total capacity is 12 people. The structure is base on strip foundations. The vertical loadbearing structures are made of ceramic brick technology Porotherm 30 P+D. The thermal insulation is provided by the ETICS system. The ceiling structure is created with ceramic ceilings Porotherm MIAKO. The buildind is roofed with warm flet roof.
Palliative Care Centre
Matějíčková, Petra ; Burianová, Lenka (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the new building of the alliative care center in Žamberk. It is a detached building, which is partly basement and has three above-ground floors. From the operating point of view, it is a medical-social facility. The facility has a range of palliative care services - a dormitory, a day hospice, a mobile hospice facility and outpatient services. Due to the type of facilities and persons using the facilities, emphasis was placed on the location of an object situated on the outskirts of the city in the area of other social and health facilities designed for long-term residence in a quiet, quiet environment with plenty of surrounding greenery. The mass of the building consists of several blocks, the shape and material solution is simple. The construction system is a monolithic reinforced concrete skeleton, coated with ceramic blocks. Several types of flat roofs are covered, 2NP is designed as a receding floor with a barrier-free terrace.
Detached house with dental clinic
Šťastný, Jan ; Rebrova, Tatiana (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the project documentation for building a detached house with a dental clinic in Rozsochatec. The house is located on the land lot no. 1906/10 a1906/11 in Rozsochatec. The house is split into two parts; the residential part and the dental clinic, which is separated and may be eventually available for rent. The residential part has two above-ground floors and a partial basement. The clinic is in the basement. The house is designed to respect the municipal master plan and the surrounding built-up area. The project documentation is elaborated in compliance with current building legislation, regulations and standards. The house profile is irregular, the building is roofed by two flat roofs and a half-span roof. The structural system is wall system. The building is situated on a slope terrain.
Detached house with hairdressing salon, Česká
Rásochová, Ludmila ; Rebrova, Tatiana (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
This bachelors thesis is focused on design of newly-built single-family house in the village of Česká at Brno. It is designed as a detached building with two floors and partial basement, hairdressing´s salon and outdoor swimming pool. It will be in service as permanent residence for a family with four members. The structural systems was chosen of Porotherm systems. The ceiling structure is designed from ceiling beams POT and inserts MIAKO. The floors are connected by a reinforced concrete monolithic staircase. The thermal insulation is provided by the ETICS systems. The roof of the house will be designed as flat and sloping roof. The house plan cantains also a two-car garage. The project was designed in ArchiCad and 3D model was made in Artlantis. All the conctructions are in Czech Technical standarts

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