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Konvergence krajů České republiky pod vlivem ekonomické krize
Koutný, Jan
This diploma thesis examines the influence of the economic crisis from 2008-2009 on the convergence of the regions of the Czech Republic defined at NUTS 3 level. Trends in region convergence are identified based on the beta convergence and sigma convergence analysis using panel data from 2002-2015. Subsequently are discussed the reasons for the observed differences and the consequences of unequal economic development in the regions for private companies that are located or are operating in the regions.
New scene of the Beseda House in Vyškov - neoplasm in a historical setting
Karaba, Lukáš ; Plášil, Jiří (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (advisor)
The main goal was to create a place that will enrich the cultural life in the city and will inevitably link to the Besedni House both indoors and outdoors. The goal was also to create a pleasant environment for the pedestrian zone with greenery instead of the current parking lot, and to expand the city center to a more usable area for the public.
New scene of the Beseda House in Vyškov - neoplasm in a historical setting
Pagáč, Martin ; Plášil, Jiří (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this thesis was to create a completion to an existing beseda house in Vyškov. The proposal solves the space in the place of the loopholes created during the 20th century and the attractiveness of the entrance to the city center in this part of the urban conservation area. The proposal in this area favors a pedestrian passage with parking spaces only for employees of nearby buildings, employees and theater workers of the beseda house and potentially for residents. The car park is moved to the rectory (house number 2). The designed building respects the connection to the height of the floors and the height division of the facade of the neighboring house of the new object. Beseda house consists of many functions which implies that there is a high burden for this building in its current state. The completion refills by a new house with a new hall with foyer, facilities for employees and members of the theater association and also operate as a multifunctional object. The proposal is divided into 3 phases. The first phase solves the traffic situation in Kostelní street and also deals with the continuity not only of the new object, but even with of the surrounding buildings, including the market store and residential buildings in this place. In the second phase, the new building is realized with minimal disruption of the present beseda house. The third phase discuss the nearby surroundings and landscaping in close proximity to the building and allows for a sufficient pre-space for the scattered surfaces before entering the newly designed building. The third phase is connected with modifications in an existing beseda house - moving of hygienic equipment to the new building and enlarging the foyer.
Revitalization Program of Floral Garden in Kromeriz
Leidorfová, Lenka ; Koutný, Jan (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
The object of work is urban and architectural proposal for adjustments and completion of parts of the garden known as the Orange and the Dutch garden, immediately adjacent to the formal part of the Baroque Flower garden in Kroměříž (monument in the list of UNESCO World Heritage List). The solution seeks to take into account the fact that this is a new proposal in the historical environment of transnational importance. This is a proposal for a new Visitors Center at the end of the Orange garden with a new side entrance, which offers the possibility of obtaining basic information about monument in the form of short and long-term exhibitions, including space for educational activities, an area of cafes and necessary facilities. The proposal addresses itself Orange and Holland Garden. Its are estetically shaping by tereno. In the middle of the most raised places are two inserted worlds, in the form of the Word of the water and Word of the country. In the middle of the Works are water fountain with the statue of the God Neptune and Goddess of country Gaia. Further resolves, uses existing objects - namely, a Cold glass in the form of occasional cultural and educational events, the possibility of refreshment in the café and for hibernation of plants in winter. Tropical greenhouse is used for tropical plants and for new tropical aquarium. Proposal also addresses the input object serving as the main entrance to the sale of tickets, souvenirs and information is used for the new library, study and bookshop in the next floor, and occasional residence and office in the attic. The proposal addresses design of the Horticulture, representative Greenhouse for the sale of greenhouse plants and teaching work with them, growing greenhouses, a space rabbit hill and use of historical aviary.
Empty public spaces and their potencial in a modern structure of European city
Kuznetcova, Evgeniia ; Kováč, Bohumil (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (referee) ; Šilhánková, Vladimíra (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
The subject of this work is research of the transformation of public spaces in the modern European city structure. Modern life is changing, but there are more and more examples proving that urban spaces only partially correspond to the changing environment and the demands of people. The result is noticed as „emptying“ of some public spaces, which is characterized by lack of diversity and richness of the physical and social content of space and the subsequent loss of their meaning. This paper aims to describe the emerging „empty“ public spaces, to creat their definition and classification. The work generally examines the current situation of public spaces and describe the factors that cause their transformation. The work also presents an analysis of the problems emerging empty spaces and highlights the possible potential of these areas. Finally, it is described the current trends in the revitalization of empty public spaces, which are an example of their potential use.
Transformation of suburban villages
Ferenc, Jonáš ; Kyselka, Mojmír (referee) ; Šilhánková, Vladimíra (referee) ; Balabánová, Pavla (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (advisor)
The thesis discusses suburban villages (and, indirectly, also villages that are even further away from urban areas), their current character, and their changes over the course of history. Most Bohemian, Moravian and Silesian municipalities struggle with persistent issues, such as the decline of their primarily agrarian function (and the unattractiveness of this lifestyle for the younger generations), changes in demographic composition (the exodus of natives to cities, and their replacement by “weekenders“), the lower purchase power of rural areas (due to lower wages in agriculture and the lack of other job opportunities), insufficient traffic infrastructure, unclear property relations, the loss of their own identity due to the closeness of a core city, and uncontrolled suburbanisation which transforms both villages and their environment. The end effects of these issues are depopulation of rural areas, ageing of current inhabitants and unfavourable prospects for the future. On the other hand, the situation in neighbouring Bavaria seems to be the exact opposite. Bavaria hasn't experienced collectivisation, and a communist dictatorship hasn't cut the ties of local inhabitants towards their lands and properties which have been in their families for centuries. Many issues encountered in the Czech Republic are therefore unknown here, and villages that happen to be near urban areas tend to grow in a natural way while retaining their original rural and local identities. The superior infrastructure network enables better mobility of the populace, which allows the people to commute longer distances. However, they can still spend their time in their actual place of residence, and they often proudly consider themselves a part of the local social life and of the local community – not of the core city. Therefore the goal of the thesis is to compare Czech and Bavarian villages in terms of sustainable development, using specific examples, to analyse which elements are better in which system, and to compare whether it is possible to apply the principles of sustainability which are used in Bavaria to the sustainable development of Czech countryside.
Analysis of suburbanisation in the context of suburban villages
Ferenc, Kryštof ; Kyselka, Mojmír (referee) ; Šilhánková, Vladimíra (referee) ; Balabánová, Pavla (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (advisor)
Subject of thesis are suburban zones of cities in direct contact with willages. Their phisical urban structures as well as their development in time and processes witch affects these changes. Despite that a different european countries has different systems of spatial planning, they allwys have three main levels of planning process. These layers are: Strategic planning, regulation level and execution level. What differs is tunig of this system and wights of importance set on different „layers“. This tuning has a substential impact on way how are the cities and urban structures developer. This tuning of spatial planning systém has huge impact on physical structure and form of cities. Every setting of system brings differnt possibilities of solving problems. In both schort-term and long-term development processes. This thesis will therefore examine affects of different settings of spatial planning system in Czech Republic and Federal Republic of Germany (In specific terms – Free state of Bavaria, region of Upper Palatinate) and its long-term afffects on phisical structure of cities. With empahsis on ways in which historical village structures integrate in city structure and transform in cities districts. Goal of thesis is effort to analyse results of these two spatial planning systems. And mainly in suburban zones affected by development axes of bigger cities. Thesis will compare urban and suburban structures of two cities in two different countries. Analysed example for Czech republic is Brno. As Bavarian example stands Regensburg (as a city of comparable structure). One of important criteria is ability of systéms to effectively capture and use all of territorys development potential and possibiliteis and therefore – ability to create viable and susteinable land systems. In suburban spaces where City systems meets suburban and village systems is intensive use of existing structures and active work with subcenters crutial to susteinable development of cities.
Revitalizace a prostorové řešení pivovaru v Miroticích
Švarcová, Marie ; Tušer, Jaroslav (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (advisor)
Urbanistic and architectural study of a former brewery in the city center Mirotice. The study direct on the transformation and spatial cultivation of a former brewery and its surroundings with respect to the revitalization of the former brewery. The proposal aims to contribute through careful redevelopment to evaluate the area of the former brewery and subsequent central area of the city, while respecting the historical values.
Development of the Western Part of the City Kroměříž
Kotova, Tetiana ; Tušer, Jaroslav (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (advisor)
The development of the site allows to connect different residential areas by pedestrian and biking routes; to remove the barrier created by the site, which destroys integral space of the town; and to create a communication axis with the hill Barbořina. At present the site is defined as an agricultural area for further development. As it is no longer used on purpose, it can be considered as brownfield. The proposal is to create a park area, which will become a part of the urban fabric, will create space for new activities and will solve communication problems, such as lack of pedestrian and bicycle connection between the town and Barbořina.
Housing and residentail construction sustainability. Sustainability principles applicable in the segment of subsidized housing in the Czech Republic
Koželouhová, Anna ; Koutný, Jan (referee) ; Bacová, Andrea (referee) ; Oplatek, Jiří (referee) ; Glosová, Dagmar (advisor)
The doctoral thesis focuses on the topic of social housing and its sustainability. It explores its general principles, but also reacts to this fields latest developments in order to find a suitable model to be applicable in the Czech Republic, especially in the city of Brno. The first part of the thesis provides an overview of the current state of the issues on both Czech and European level, followed by detailed exploration of these fields in the cities of Brno and Vienna. Analytical evaluation confirms the relevance and appropriateness of the Viennese case study. The presented research is focused particularly on the sector municipal or subsidized rental housing for both cities. It examines the possibilities of Viennese principles application in Brno so that at least a part of the city's housing fund could be used as social housing accordingly to currently prepared Czech legislation. At the conclusion of this work recommendations for the city of Brno are formulated, useful in the preparation of its new social housing policy. This research, touching currently quite fundamental social issues, can be also beneficial in other areas. In the academic environment of architecture, urban planning, economics or sociology studies, for these fields experts or for the general public to facilitate the orientation on the housing market.

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