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Apartment House
Matulíková, Monika ; Dvořák, Martin (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
This bachelor‘s thesis deals with a project of an apartment building in Valašské Meziříčí. This is a detached building with a slightly sloping ground with three floors above ground and one underground floor. On the above – ground floors are 3 flats of 3 rooms + kitchen corner and 3 flats of 4 rooms + kitchen corner, there is a technical background on the basement floor. Parking spaces are provided on the parcel. The construction system is made of the Porotherm masonry components. Horizontal structures are made of cast-in-place reinforced slab, the roof is designed as a flat roof.
Apartment House
Ingr, Jakub ; Dvořák, Martin (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis is to elaborate the project documentation of residental building in the village Moravský Písek. The house is as a detached house, without basement. It has rectangular size and is covered with a flat one coat roof. On the first floor there is a technical background and common areas. 2nd to 4th floor is used for housing and there are nine residential units in total. The house is build from brick with a contact thermal insulation system. Part of the project documentation is also a basic assessment of the building in terms of building physics.
Apartment House
Brázdová, Kateřina ; Dvořák, Martin (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the construction of an apartment house in Bohuslavice u Zlína. It is a building that has three aboveground and one underground floor in slightly sloping terrain. The property holds 8 housing units. On the first and second floors there are three apartments and in the third one only two. Each floor is connected by a three-armed staircase and an elevator. The building is made of brick blocks Porotherm. The ceilings are monolithic reinforced concrete and the roof is flat single-coated. The facade is insulated with ETICS system with white plaster or stone cladding. The project includes technical, thermal, acoustic and light assessment.
Apartment House
Baroň, Alexandr ; Dvořák, Martin (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
Topic of this bachelor's thesis is design of apartment house, located in town of Otrokovice. It is detached building with partial basement, flat roof and it is situated on a slightly sloping terrain. The object is five-storeyed. The first floor serves for technical and storage use. Second, third and fourth storey contains apartment units, always two per floor. The last storey serves as an access to roof and as a elevator machine room. Foundations are strips from plain concrete, vertical framework is from THERM type of blocks, horizontal framework is from reinforced concrete and roof is flat.
Reconstruction of the Pohorelec at the JAMU Stage Design Studio
Skoupilová, Michaela ; Mikeš, Stanislav (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was to create documentation for building permit and part of building design documentation, based on architectural study prepared in subject AG036 - Architectural Design Studio V. Main content of the study was reconstruction of the former public prosecutor's office in Brno for the purposes Janáček´s Academy of Music and performing. Object is situated in the city centre, near the Malinovského square. Basic idea was to maintain the appearance of a late functionalist building with minimal changes in the exterior. It was appropiate to eliminate the consequences of the reconstruction of the 1970´s, which did not take into account of the building sufficient. The building's function has emerged from the thesis assignment. In my design, I have decided to work with all three of the required functions, namely: the café, the rectorate and the stage design institute of JAMU. The café and the gallery on the ground floor communicates with the people in the city and it is the meeting point for students, teachres and visitors. The Rectorate should serve as a set of offices, but it will also represent the university. Facilities for students of scenography takes into account that scenography is a branch of art associated with theater and thus has the mission to support the student development and creative thinking of people interested in this field.
Reconstruction of the Pohorelec at the JAMU Stage Design Studio
Mácová, Veronika ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was to produce project documentation for building permission and part of the detail building documentation. The project was based on an architectural study made during the course AG34 Architectural Design Studio. The topic of the study was reconstruction and finding a new function for a building in the Brno city centre, Pohořelec street. The object is located in the historical centre of Brno close to Malinovské náměstí. Despite it is not a protected monument, but it is part of the Urban Conservation Area Brno. Particular emphasis was placed on preserving its original appearance and historical elements. The building dates from the post-war period and is built in a functionalist style. The building was redesigned for the purpose of the Janáček Academy of Performing Arts in Brno. It will become the headquarters of the Rectorate and Stage Design Studio. In the ground floor, there is a café with a small refreshment. The essence of the whole design is to preserve the original appearance while adapting the new function and maximizing the space. Therefore, the interventions in the building envelope are minimal and a main part of the changes are in the interior of the building.
Reconstruction of the Pohorelec at the JAMU Stage Design Studio
Čech, Daniel ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of the Bachelor thesis was to renew and rebuild the building of the former Supreme state prosecutor to the place for The Stage design of Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno and The Rectorate od Janáček Academy. The building is located on the corner of the busy streets Jánská, Kobližná and Pohořelec where it forms a rather drab end point of these streets. The object was built in the post World war II period and carries features of late functionalism. The building has been abandoned since 90s. The ground floor was used for commerce, the underground floor for technical equipment of the building and other upper floors were purely administrative. The building has one underground floor and seven above-ground floors. In the ground floor were designed a public café and exhibition spaces. On the second to the fourth floor there are administrative places for the Janáček Academy Rectorate. On the fifth to the seventh floor the are spaces for students of the Stage design. In the new eight floor there is a background for the Light design. The main focus of the work was to restore life and create a functional and aestetically friendly environment. This was achieved by changing the internal layout where some dividing structures were removed, including the vertical connections of the floors and finally the use of glass partitions.The layout is now more open, lighter and airy. A main element of the reconstruction is the extension of the next floor, which has increased the space for students and employees and confirmed the unclear verticality of the building. The entire extension has more dominant look, but with natural respect to the surrounding buildings. The superstructure fasade consists of pre-installed electroluminescent panels with a holographic foil. This foil produces rainbow effects on the facade and reflects light, relieving the mass. At night, thanks to electroluminescent wires, the extension shines and highlights the happenings inside th
Boarding House
Balážová, Pavla ; Havířová, Zdeňka (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is a project for design documentation of boarding house which is oriented at south Moravia in the village Pavlov. The object is solved as four-storey with a partial recession of the first floor into the terrain. Boarding house will serve for the accommodation of 52 people. In the first floor, there is an entrance hall with reception, relaxing area and technical equipment of the building. In the second floor, there is a restaurant with a terrace and all necessary facilities for guests and restaurant staff. Two second highest floors are determined for guest accommodation. The construction of foundation is made from strip foundation. The structure is from bricks with monolith reinforced concrete frame in the first floor. It is a longitudinal wall system transversally reinforced by staircases. The perimeter walls will be insulated with ETICS system. The ceiling will be created from the prestressed reinforced concrete panels. Construction of roof is made from truss girders saddle type.
Car Museum
Suchý, Jakub ; Havířová, Zdeňka (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The subject of these Master Thesis is a new building of Cars Museum. The object is located in Telc on street Radkovska, district Jihlava. This locality was chosen for its favorable conditions. In this area, there are lots of enthusiast and supporters of motorism. The nearest commission of veterans is around 50 km far. This museum is also meaning to improve a network of a commission of veterans. Telc is a beautiful historic city, which is an ideal choice for a museum of veterans. The building is divided into 3 imaginary sectors. The first one is an administrative part, which has two above-ground floors. In the first floor, there is educative room to familiarize guests with the history of vehicles, entry hall with reception, hygienic facilities for guests and base for staff and operations of the museum. In the second floor, there are offices for the museum, the commission of veterans, meeting room, storeroom, gaming-room, and daily room. The second part is the exhibition area. The third part is workshops and a base to remove operating fluids from cars. The investor is a passionate collector of historic vehicles and wants to share his collection with the public.
Apartment House
Beran, Tomáš ; Havířová, Zdeňka (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
Object of presented dissertation is proposition of apartment building. Apartment building is based on wood technology with two stages without cellar and with flat roof. Block of flats is designed with 8 flats. Some of them with big terrace. Object is situated in Olomouc, Czech Republic.

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