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The metamorphosis of the architectural space of 20th. century elementary geometric conception of forming of modern architectural space
Svoboda, Lukáš ; Kyselka, Mojmír (referee) ; Loutocká, Vlasta (referee) ; Sedlák, Jan (referee) ; Makovský, Zdeněk (advisor)
Dissertation aims to clearly document the whole unique wide range of issues relating to the architectural space, including its historical development. Thesis should remind the fundamental questions we have to ask working with space and basic ways to access this phenomenon and to draw attention to their importance for the formulation of the overall architectural concept. The fundamental geometric concepts should be clarified on the theoretical basis, which are currently used for the expression of diverse concepts, or geometry, which are themselves fundamental concept of architectural design. They are concepts that significantly extend the range of expression of architecture.
Transcendental aspects of architectural design as factors of sustainability
Volnohradský, Radan ; Peřinková, Martina (referee) ; Loutocká, Vlasta (referee) ; Uřídilová, Marcela (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
This thesis deals with complex processes, relationships and phenomena which go beyond the assumed and accepted materialistic perception of the world in general and the process of architectural design specifically. It clarifies and actually redefine the sustainability from a point of higher universal principles forming our environment. At the beginning this thesis presents an extensive knowledge base of existing holistic design systems including Feng-shui, sacred geometry, geomancy or numerology. The purpose is to build and establish a solid foundation for understanding and further research as well as objectively interpreting lesser known topics as a whole. On the basis of intersecting information through the above mentioned topics we specify the hypothesis which proposes the pre-existence of one unifying design matrix of harmonic structures in architecture. The structure of its verification takes us from an analysis of the science of human perception to systems of self-similar contextual references of animated and inanimated forms. These systems of emergent form and flow are basically known as fractals, and could be expressed in both mathematical and geometrical languages. The thesis research then consists of analysing chosen examples of urban and architectural scale in sense of fractality, symbolism and geometrical matrices. We include and integrate the research of associated and relevant phenomena in pedagogical practice, and a case study of the application of fractals in development of a chosen town. From the results of this thesis we abstract five non-dogmatic guidelines or tenets for architectural design; which are supported by experimental verification on some of the author´s buildings. These tenets stand as pillars of implosive architecture. This kind of architecture in context of transcendental overlaps means a possibility of how to bring our anthropogenic environment closer to the natural and harmonic code of the Universe.
Architecture in landscape - Winery
Chudý, Ivan ; Loutocká, Vlasta (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
Diploma thesis is occupy with the design of winehouse and the hotel nearby vilage Strachotín in South Moravia. Projekt solve architecture of producing and presentation wine, and the additive function is the building for short-time living. The design of nearby landscape belong to thesis also.
Architecture in landscape - Winery
Radiansky, Matúš ; Loutocká, Vlasta (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
Main design goals - use of topography of the site - inspiration from the traditional earth shealtered winery architecture - ecology priciples - primary target on main qualitie of the site - south facing, views.. - connection with existing infrastructure - contact with the water - form that doesnt contrast with the landscape
Architecture in landscape - Wine Museum
Šejk, Sanko ; Loutocká, Vlasta (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
15th Museum Rochus The idea of establishing a museum in Uherske Hradiste is very important and meaningful because it helps to maintain and present a significant part of the cultural heritage Uherské Hradiště. This region is marked by diversity, the wealth of types and forms of the original rural architecture, which is more than other areas of traditional cultural heritage at risk of extinction, and virtually disappearing from our villages from day to day. Guarantee professional training concept museum with an ethnographic exhibition Rochus took Slovacke Museum in Uherske Hradiste supporting major project partner Holding Synot. Rochus museum will consist of three interrelated parts. The first, called Marathi Justice (16) at the beginning Vinohradská street (11), becoming a sort of gateway to the entire complex. To him, already in the park itself Rochus, will build the second area designed into the village area of návesního uherskohradišťského Dolňácka. Focus, for example, running a village pub offering traditional cuisine and local culinary specialties, selection of traditional handicrafts shop items held various production and presentation activities - demonstrations of traditional crafts, craft workshops, day and residential courses handicraft techniques, demonstrations of traditional customs and traditions, holding folklore programs, live demonstrations and other farming activities. On this part of the museum is likely to continue Environmental Center (17). 16th Environmental Center in accommodation of facilities Center will focus on education of visitors, education and activities for families with children. The idea is considering a wider range of options, from the information center Natura 2000 (2) with the necessary background to the construction of new buildings ecological center. Intentions Museum (15), education and environmental activities are well supplemented, especially in the teaching of crafts and demonstrations, cultivation and processing of crops, using traditional materials and technologies, but also for leisure and federal activities, etc. The center can be considered as saving buildings heating energy such as biomass. The building envicentra will build residential facilities for leisure activities, programs, and environmental education courses, including green with the rest of the site for visitors.
Architecture in landscape - Environmental Education Center
Sáčková, Veronika ; Loutocká, Vlasta (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
The aim of the task was to design a building situated in South Moravia near the Nové Mlýny dam with a view of Pálava hills. The house is designed with respect to the environment as extremely efficient building. Part of the ecological concept is also water management and purification. The primary function of this object is an environmental education aimed at primary schools and its students. There are two classrooms available, both of them designed for 27 children, and a lecture hall for 66 students. There is an accommodation for 60 persons including dining room arranged in the object. Also there is room for cultural events in the area, a separate building that provides refreshment and bicycle or boat rental.

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