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Public facility centers in panel housing estates
Zvolská, Tereza ; Vrbka, Jan (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
Public facility centers were built at every housing estate as a background for a quality life, but they are not given much attention nowadays. At the same time, their central location, certain architectural qualities and load-bearing structure are good input attributes for the site's development. In my diploma thesis, I chose one such complex in Brno-Řečkovice to show on how to revitalize such objects. I make it a full-fledged part of the city district and at the same time a space that cerate its center.
All´s Well That Ends Well: Architecture of Palliative Care
Vítková, Kateřina ; Sládek, Martin (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
Can architecture ease the departure of people and their loved ones and remove or at least alleviate the stigmatization and taboo of death? The aim of this work is to design an ideal space for palliative care. The aim is not to design another hospice, or home for the elderly people, which has been designed and built more or less enough (see Analytical section). The task I set out was to accommodate this space on the basis of its broad context, to focus on the right urban location, operational content, relationships with and around, linking, opening, ... but also the very idea of death, leaving parting. The theme of palliative care is very complex and societal, which is reflected in its own design, which represents a new model of palliative care architecture. Palliative Care Center.
Rise and fall of the Italian Lidi di Comacchio
Remišová, Lenka ; Hájek, Roman (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
Pine forests, lakes, wetlands with a large number of unique bird species create a unique environment for their diversity. Also, the neighborhood of the parcel is peaceful and resembles a more "city / village in the middle of the forest". It is the so-called oasis of peace and outside the summer months the area is almost without people and becomes an ideal place to relax and relax. The architectural design respects the existing building and the effort was to maximize the potential it offers. The idea is that the building is divided into 4 parts: the east is designed for hotel accommodation, and the west part of the building, which also includes a height extension, is divided by floors. 1. NP is a place for eating - as one of the important factors for psychological well-being. On the 2nd floor there are yoga exercises or other types of meditation exercises. The rest of the floor is dedicated to massages and body and mind massages in saunas. The next floor are apartment apartments intended for temporary housing in the reaction area.
When the family is not around
Kantor, Táňa ; Suchánek, Radek (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this work is to introduce a new concept of children's home which seeks to find a relationship between family environment, specific needs of children or necessary architecture requirements which are important in perceiving the space in which children are.
The Town under the Stars
Černá, Tereza ; Synek, Ondřej (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The aim of my thesis is to find and insert a new function to the city of Sumperk in a way as sensitive as possible to the city environment, based on its needs and was beneficial not only for the city itself but also for the bigger region.
Nitra – City as a Market Place
Očadlíková, Veronika ; Dulíková, Lívia (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The market tradition is perhaps as old as communication itself, the process of sharing and exchanging information. The thesis follows the development of the marketplace, the market space in the city of Nitra with the aim of finding its potential for space and space, which it understands as a permanent space of communication with an unstable character. The work uses this property and turns it to flourish to revitalize the marketplace, place, city outside its walls.
Two-generation housing in Slovakia
Šebová, Petra ; Jančok, Martin (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The proposal deals with the topic of living in multi-generational family houses built in Slovakia in the 1970’s. Despite the former ability of the owners to adapt the original architects’ plan towards their own preferences, nowadays they feel discomfort using the house. The image of multi-generational usage of the house turned out to be false over the time. Currently the houses are only partially inhabited and the demanding maintenance of the large house is increasingly difficult for its original inhabitants, who are usually already retired. The project suggests transformation of the large family houses into flats while at the same time presents an alternative to the development of municipal housing in the village, currently planned by local authorities.
Between the Landscape and the City
Čenovská, Kateřina ; Kristek, Jan (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
My bachelor project is a study of a multifunctional building of Faculty of Science Palacký University in Olomouc, Holice. This building will be a new space for feeding and spending the free time not only for academic community but also for public visiting the nearest neighborhoood for example Holice forest. The building is the main entrance to the premises of the faculty. In the first floor we can find café, cafeteria and library, we can visit the lectures in the auditorium in the second floor and last but not least we will find accommodation for summer school students, teachers and foreign visitors in the second and third floor. Surroundings and the shape of the building are designed to create a new public space for assembly which is now absent.

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