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Detached house, Kuřim
Sedláček, Jan ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
The subject of this work is the solution of a detached family house in the village Kuřim. It is a cellarless, two-storey building with a covered parking place for one car. The Shape of the building is rectangular with single cased flat roof. The house is situated in gently sloping land mainly in the area of houses. The main entrance to the building is situated on the west and the entrance to the site from the north. The lighting and ventilation of all rooms is provided by windows. Horizontal and vertical main structures of the building are designed of the building system Heluz.
FAMILY HOUSE IN MYJAVA
Praženka, Ivan ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is a project of a family house with two floors in Myjava. It is a detached house with a partial basement. The plan of the building is in the rectangular shape. The family house is designed for a family with four or five members. In the basement, there are situated storage, technical room, corridor, gym, storey for fruit and vegetables, laundry and staircase. Through the main entrance we reach the ground floor. The ground floor consists of vestibule, corridor with the entrance to the garage, bathroom and toilet. Then we enter from corridor to guest room, staircase, living room and the dining room connected with the kitchen. From the kitchen is an entrance to the outdoor terrace. The garage is proposed for one car with motorbikes, optionally for two smaller cars. This part of the house does not have a basement. On the first floor are situated two bedrooms for children, bedroom, toilet and bathroom. There is also a balcony, which has an access from bedroom and bedroom and bedroom for children. The vertical external bearing constructions in the basement are made of concrete blocks Premac DT30 500x300x250 mm. The vertical external bearing constructions of the elevated part of the house are made of ceramic blocks Porotherm 30 Profi 250x300x249 mm. The vertical internal bearing constructions are also made of ceramic blocks Porotherm 30 Profi and ceramic blocks Porotherm 25 SK Profi 245x250x249 mm. The vertical non-bearing constructions are made of ceramic blocks Porotherm 11,5 AKU P+D 497x115x238 mm. The horizontal bearing constructions are made of the ceramic girders Pot and inserts Miako of the ceiling system Porotherm. The roof is gabled with slope 37° and 35°,which is kinked above the garage at the angle 16°,the roof coat is made of the concrete folded roof bag Bramac.
FAMILY HOUSE IN HVĚVOTÍN
Reif, Tomáš ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
This Bachelor Thesis is a project of a family house in Hněvotín. It is a detached house built in the “L shape” with one underground and two aboveground floors. The building is designed for a family of four. In the basement of the building there is a playroom, a gym, a bathroom and a utility room. On the ground floor there is a vestibule with an entry to the garage and the hall. From the hall we can enter the toilet or the living room which is connected to the kitchen and the dining room. There is a half landing staircase leading from the living room to the first floor or the basement. On the first floor there is another hall, which leads to the storage room, two nurseries, bathroom and a bedroom with an on suite bathroom. The whole first floor is designed as a loft. The roofing is made of clay roofing tiles Tondach. Vertical peripheral masonry in the basement consists of concrete formwork blocks Dito ZB 400x300x250 mm. The basement internal bearing wall and the bearing wall above ground both consist of ceramic bricks Porotherm 30 P+D 247x300x238 mm. The horizontal structural frame consists of ceiling beams Pot and inserts Miako from the Porotherm system. The only exception is the ceiling system in the garage where it is stylized into a monolithic reinforced concrete panel.
FAMILY HOUSE IN DRÁSOV
Němcová, Aneta ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the project is a new building for housing in the Drásov in the catastral area Drásov. It is designed for a family of four members. The building has three floors, two of which are above-ground and one underground. Storage are located at underground, rooms for living, technical rooms and garage are located at first floor. There are rooms for living at the second floor.There is a sloped shed roof. The house has an terrace made of concrete pavement. It is accessible from bedroom and bathroom. The building site is situated at mild terrain.
FAMILY HOUSE IN STAREJ MYJAVE
Majtán, Marián ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The object of the bachelor thesis is the project of the family house with rectangle shaped ground plan and garage in Stará Myjava. The building has a basement, two floors and it is determined for livig of family of four. The house is from the view of disposition divide to the basement with big and empty areas suitable to optional use. On the first floor, there is an entrance into the buildig and its „day section.“ It consists of the kitchen, the livingroom and the dining hall which are functionally connected and by the hallway are linked with a vestibule, sanitary room (the toilet) and the workroom able to use as a bedroom. On the first floor is located the fireplace as a significant architectonical element. The second floor consists of spacious hallway which leads straight to bedrooms. There are three bedrooms on this floor. The fourth room is the bathroom. Two neighboring rooms have the same balcony. All height levels are connected by reinforced concrete staircase. The garage attached on suthern facade is designed for one car. Vertical bearing walls in basement are made of concrete blocks Prefa BTB 50/30/24. The external bearing walls are built of Porotherm 30 Profi bricks, interior bearing walls from Porotherm 25 Profi. The internal non-bearing walls are 120 mm thick, built of Porotherm 11,5 AKU P+D. Insulations of constructions are made of suitable insulating materials – Baumit, Isover or Rockwool. Horisontal bearing constructions are made of ceiling system Porotherm. The object has a gabled roof with slope angle 37° which is changed to 27° on the southern side of the roof. The roof coat is made of Bramac roofing.
Family house in Ľubotice
Hudáček, Štefan ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is the project of the family house with two floors in Ľubotice. It is a detached house with a partial basement in form of a letter T. The building is designed for four people. There is a laundry, gym, technical room, storage and wine cellar in the basement. The first elevated floor is divided into a dressing room, vestibule with the entrance into a garage and bathroom, living room connected with dining room and kitchen, and guest room. There is an entrance into the outdoor terrace in a living room and guest room. Garage is proposed for two cars and does not have a basement. In the second floor there are two bedrooms for children, workroom, chamber, bathroom and bedroom with separate bathroom and dressing room. The vertical external bearing constructions in the basement are made of concrete blocks Prescot MAX 250x300x500 mm. The vertical external bearing constructions of the elevated part of the house are made of ceramic blocks Porotherm 42.5 Ti Profi 248x425x249 mm. The vertical internal bearing constructions are made of ceramic blocks Porotherm 25 AKU P+D 372x250x238 mm. The vertical internal non-bearing constructions are made of ceramic blocks Porotherm 11.5 AKU P+D 497x115x238 mm. The horizontal bearing constructions are made of the ceramic girders Pot and the inserts Miako of the ceiling system Porotherm. The gabled roof has 40°, the roof coat is made of the concrete folded roof bag Bramac.
Family house in Myjava
Mizerák, Maroš ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The theme of bachelor´s thesis is new-building family house in Myjava. In the house is one living room on the first floor and four are in the second floor. The building is set in sloping terrain. It has two floors and one underground floor. Second floor is solved in the attic. It is a brick building, which is the system POROTHERM with a combination of BTB fittings in the basement. Roofing is solved by gabled roof with a pitch 32° and 37°.
Family house with copiyng office
Starý, Martin ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Rusinová, Marie (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the development of construction documents for the implementation of a family house with a garage and copying office. The building has two floors, partial cellar, covered flat roof. Vertical structure in combination of permanent shuttering and POROTHERM ceramic system, ceilings are made from ceramic systém POROTHERM MIAKO too. Structure of the roof is solved by single skin flat roof.
Detached house, Krnov
Žaloudíková, Radka ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
My Bachelor's Thesis consists of the concept and elaboration of the project documentation of a detached house on the parcel No. 5696/2, Land Register Krnov. Ground plan of this detached house is regular rectangular with dimensions 12.0 x 8.5 meters. The house contains two floors and no cellar. Vertical constructions are made of Ytong-wall-system, horizontal constructions are made of ferroconcrete. Over the 2nd floor there is a roof frame carrying a saddle roof.
Detached house with business premises
Vokál, Jaroslav ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
Bachelor’s thesis is focused on solving project documentation of detached house with business premises. The locality of interest is Svojkov. The building is designed with two floors, without underground, T-shaped ground plan. The roof of the family house has saddleback shape.

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