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Design of sustainable urban structure of the 21st century in the Czech Republic
Krčková, Zuzana ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The topic of the thesis is a design of an urban structure fitting into the 21st century amidst former military barracks in Brno Černá Pole. The area is square-shaped and defined by the borders of the streets Provazníkova, Mathonova, Bieblova, and Generála Píky. The area is currently divided among three owners: Ministry of Defence & Armed Forces, Resort of Justice, and National Cyber and Information Security Agency (NÚKIB). The premise of the thesis is to build a new city quarter which would provide Brno's citizens with housing solutions, job opportunities, cultural and leisure centres not only for the new but also for the current inhabitants. The design includes also several blocks which aggregate multiple functions: housing, commercial premises, and administrative buildings. Generous volume of space has been given to public spaces, most prominently a square with a new town hall for Brno-sever, culture centre and a park. The examined area is situated between two busy roads which is why designing a suitable connection of the area and the overall traffic situation within the area was essential. This thesis aims to unify the area, cut short the traffic connections and create a compact city quarter close to the centre of Brno.
Design of sustainable urban structure of the 21st century in the Czech Republic
Gladiš, Filip ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The project focuses on the design of a sustainable urban structure in the southeastern part of an area called Červený kopec, in the land of former brick factory. This urban-planning study endeavors to create a suitable structure for the brick factory brownfield. There are relevant factors which influence the proposal, such as complicated terrain due to the mining history, inconsistency of the surrounding urban structure, improper traffic accessibility, and orientation towards the city centre. The concept is based on the legacy of the area. It builds on the slopes and steep hills and preserves two building of the old factory, which aims to become the centre of the whole area. It is also important to mention the nearby National Landscape Heritage Červený Kopec, which would be connected via a forest-park to the recreational area of Mahenova stráň. The outline of this park creates a soft partition between the city and the park. The whole area is accessible by traffic from three access points, one of which is a newly constructed crossroad with traffic lights connected to the street Jihlavská. This proposal emphasizes the effectivity of the land use, traffic hierarchy, human scale, and the importance of pedestrian movement. The area is characterized by central design, with the ethos of the brick factory. It creates a cultural centre for the whole district and sets the way for new development or restructuralization towards a sustainable future for the city of Brno.
Design of sustainable urban structure of the 21st century in the Czech Republic
Fialová, Petra ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The objective of the diploma project was to repurpose the area of military barracks in theresidential neighbourhood of Černá Pole in Brno. I aimed to create a new urban environment which would seamlessly blend in with the current residential housing development. Included in the given perimeter is also located a new town hall for Brno-Sever. Another of the project’s goals was to design a public place adjacent to the town hall where cultural and other events would be hold. Also, an elementary school, a kindergarten, student dormitories and a new library building and a community center can be found in the area. The rest of the perimeter consists of city blocks, of predominantly residential purpose.
Design of sustainable urban structure of the 21st century in the Czech Republic
Dubinová, Veronika ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The objective of the diploma project was to repurpose the area of military barracks in the residential neighbourhood of Černá Pole in Brno. The thesis sets out to design a new urbanistic concept within the already existing structure, devise a new town square, a park and a town hall for the district of Brno-Sever. In this project, I aimed to fill in the chasm in the current construction and create a new lively neighbourhood. The selected area is to provide its residents with high standard of living and a rich selection of facilities. The essential aspect was to focus on different types of the residential development that surrounds the given perimeter. The eastern and the southern side reveals terraced houses and family houses, while on the west side the conservatory of the Mendel University is laid out and in the north high-rises can be seen. Through this project a new space emerges, activated through various types of residential development while blending with the residual structures. Also, another goal was to design a new town hall for Brno-Sever with a cultural centre, situate a new kindergarten in the area and construct a community centre with sports facilities. Due to the lack of more prominent town square in the city district Černá Pole, the positioning of this feature was highly significant in my project. The designed square should be multifunctional, enabling the residents or wider public a wide range of utilization.
Design of sustainable urban structure of the 21st century in the Czech Republic
Boháčová, Denisa ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
This thesis is solving the design of a sustainable urban structure of the 21st century in Brno, in the area of Kasárna in Černá pole. The thesis is trying to create a neighborhood that would serve not only to the needs of the millennials, but of every generation. It is trying to build a city for the people. I am designing the new development as a lively, diverse and flexible neighborhood which considers the history of the area. I am conserving its rectangular shape in the urban footprint. I am designing a city with clearly defined public spaces. I am opening the neighborhood to the public and therefor allow it to newly connect with neighboring districts. The goal of the design is to create a modern neighborhood that will function as a new subcenter of the city of Brno.
Design of sustainable urban structure of the 21st century in the Czech Republic
Bánovský, Pavel ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The task of this master's thesis was to create a sustainable urban structure of the 21st century in the Brno brownfields - Kohnova cihelna. The main purpose of the work is to create a quality residential structure near the city center. Furthermore, connecting the city and greenery, creating new entrances to the Červený kopec area and increasing the attractivity of the area with sufficient level of services and recreation.
Chandigarh - Indian dream of the city
Spilková, Klára ; Tichý, Jan (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
This Bachelor’s Thesis deals with the creation and development of the Indian city of Chandigarh, built on the green field. Its creation was necessitated by major political problems related to the establishment of India as a sovereign nation. The first part explains architectural and urban principles of the world-famous architect Le Corbusier, who was the author of the Master Plan of Chandigarh. Subsequently, the creation and development of Chandigarh is laid out, up to the present. The practical section compares Chandigarh with Amritsar, a traditional Indian city, followed by a study of the present state of selected city sectors, together with an analysis of the land use. The purpose of the Thesis is to present the problems of city construction on the green field, including an analysis of functionality. Given that there is as yet no Czech work dealing with the creation, development, and present state of Chandigarh in a similar extent, this work might be found useful.
Dance school Brno
Ovelian, Olena ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is based on the project done in the fourth term of bacelor’s degree. The aim of the project is construction of a dancing school and elaboration of the relevant engineering documentation. The dancing school is to be located at the crossing of Milady Horakove and Prikop Streets, in Brno-Zabrdovice district. The main idea of the project is to incorporate the building into the area. Taking into consideration the architectural peculiarities of the area and the size of the building, it has been decided to divide visually the front of the school into two parts by means of different colouring and texture of the materials. The construction of a multi-storey building is an appropriate and logical solution as it will save the space and serve many purposes. That is why the initial idea of a dancing school only has been altered and as a result a music school and students’ apartments have appeared in the project. The dancing school is to fill the corner gap between existing residential buildings. The dancing school is a five-storey building with an underground parking for the staff and visitors. There is also building engineering services equipment and the boiler room in the basement. The ground floor has a multi-functional hall and a café, a spacious gallery which can be used for various exhibitions, as well as the cloakroom and toilets. The classrooms and dancing rooms are on the first floor in the eastern wing of the building while the headmaster’s office and the staff’s room are in the western wing. The second floor is fully intended for dancing and music practice. There is also a dancing room with all necessary facilities for disabled people. The laying-out of the third and fourth floors is identical and the premises are designed as students’ apartments including study rooms and a launderette.
Kroměříž - a town at a new crossroads
Ondrůšková, Tereza ; Tichý, Jan (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with chosen kinds and states of transport and their relation to people and vice versa. The first part of the thesis is focused on a theory of transportation in cities and their connection with surroundings. The thesis explains basic topic of this problematic and shows relevant legislation and technical norms. The second part is focused on transport in a town of Kroměříž. The work divides the outer and inner transport and divides also transport into static transport and transport in a move. The thesis realized an urbanistic analysis in individual spaces in the town. The thesis evaluates urbanistic-traffic situation based on ascertained information.
Blansko - a city barrier-free?
Mikysková, Anna ; Tichý, Jan (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The content of the bachelor's thesis deals with the current state of specific sections using disabled people in the city of Blansko. The theoretical part of the thesis presents the city of Blansko, its surroundings and history. The next part is called barrier-free disabilities, where the individual categories of disabilities, the principles of movement and orientation, legislation in connection with disabled people, statistical data and elements of the barrier-free space are defined. The practical part expects the movement of blind people on selected routes. It evaluates the accessibility of buildings for blind people and opinions on other problem areas related to the movement of disabled people in selected sections.

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