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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.
Auguste Perret and Czech Architecture
Veselá, Radmila ; Švácha, Rostislav (advisor) ; Sedlák, Jan (referee) ; Halík, Pavel (referee)
Auguste Perret made his mark in history as the first architect to make use of ferroconcrete as an expressive material. The Rue Franklin apartments, the Garage Ponthieu, and the Church in Le Raincy are all milestones in the development of world architecture. In my dissertation, I have outlined the situation in the French architectural criticism in the first decades of the 20th century in order to provide background to Perret's career, which is chronologically treated in another part of the dissertation and completed with an overview of Perret's important buildings. I also wanted to demonstrate the interconnection of his projects with his theoretical thinking. I have referred to the sources of Perret's doctrine and presented the themes that this architect consistently developed throughout his creative life. In my research I took advantage of a rich collection of preserved archives of Perret's office, and both historical and contemporary literature. In another part of the dissertation, I attempted to find answers to the questions of Perret's reception in the Czech context and his contacts with Czech architects. I was also interested in Perret's relation to Czech architecture and in the last section I examined whether we can find works in Czech architecture that directly reflect Perret's influence. We...
Ladislav Žák (1900-1973)
Dvořáková, Dita ; Švácha, Rostislav (advisor) ; Sedlák, Jan (referee) ; Wittlich, Petr (referee)
This thesis investigates the life and work of the architect Ladislav Žák (1900-1973), who also engaged in painting and drawing, furniture design, landscape architecture and architectural theory. His work was rooted in systematic theoretical considerations. In addition to working as an architect, Žak was a high school drawing teacher (1924-1930) and a professor of garden and landscape architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague (1946-1973). As a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Žák studied painting with Professor Karel Krattner (1919-1924) and architecture with Professor Josef Gočár (1924-1927). In his early architectural and urban planning studies, as well as his furniture designs, he applied the principles of the new functionalist movement. He then followed the tenets of Le Corbusier's Purism into the 1930s. A characteristic attribute of all of Žak's work was a simultaneous consideration of tradition and a sensibility for current trends. This dichotomy was already present in his earliest theoretical writings.
Ladislav Žák (1900-1973)
Dvořáková, Dita ; Švácha, Rostislav (advisor) ; Sedlák, Jan (referee) ; Wittlich, Petr (referee)
This thesis investigates the life and work of the architect Ladislav Žák (1900-1973), who also engaged in painting and drawing, furniture design, landscape architecture and architectural theory. His work was rooted in systematic theoretical considerations. In addition to working as an architect, Žak was a high school drawing teacher (1924-1930) and a professor of garden and landscape architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague (1946-1973). As a student at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Žák studied painting with Professor Karel Krattner (1919-1924) and architecture with Professor Josef Gočár (1924-1927). In his early architectural and urban planning studies, as well as his furniture designs, he applied the principles of the new functionalist movement. He then followed the tenets of Le Corbusier's Purism into the 1930s. A characteristic attribute of all of Žak's work was a simultaneous consideration of tradition and a sensibility for current trends. This dichotomy was already present in his earliest theoretical writings.
Woody Species of the Castle Gardens of the Pilsen-South District
Sedlák, Jan ; Havlíček, Petr (advisor) ; Mácová, Marcela (referee)
- 6 - 2 Abstract The aim of this degree work is to map out the chateau gardens in the Pilsen-South District. The work brings a list of woody species occurring in the areas under survey and evaluates the current status of the gardens in connection with their history. The research work was carried out at 8 localities: Dolní Lukavice, Hradiště u Blovic, Merklín, Ptenín, Spálené Poříčí, Šťáhlavy, Zelená Hora, and Žinkovy, the total area being approximately 38.6 ha. The field work was performed in the period from 2006 to 2008. The text is complemented with the garden maps drawn based on the field measurements and showing the most valuable woody species. The general part of the work specifies the natural conditions of the areas under survey and lists all the woody species found, classifying them into gymnosperms (Pinophyta) and angiosperms (Magnoliophyta). The second part describes the individual studied objects, their history, current situation and an inventory list of the taxa found. Currently measured dimensions are provided for the most important of them. 176 woody species in total, including cultivars, of which 46 were gymnosperms (Pinophyta) and 130 were angiosperms (Magnoliophyta), were found at the localities under survey. The gardens of the Žinkovy Chateau are the richest in the dendrological point of...
Testsuite of Frontend of Installation Tool Anaconda
Sedlák, Jan ; Hrubý, Martin (referee) ; Smrčka, Aleš (advisor)
The aim of this work is to examine principles and tools for automated graphical user interface testing. One of this tools is chosen and modified for implementation of testsuite of Fedora Linux installation using Anaconda. Dynamic generation of test cases from smaller parts is also implemented.
Analysis of Data on Social Networks Based on Data Mining
Sedlák, Jan ; Burget, Radek (referee) ; Bartík, Vladimír (advisor)
This thesis deals with data mining on social networks. It introduces data mining itself and its utilization on data analysis on social networking services. It analyses APIs of Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn and GitHub with respect to data mining. It presents implementation of application for downloading dataset from GitHub and it deals with experiments with obtained dataset. Finally, it introduces design and implementation of application that analyses future project activity.
Sculptural object in cultural -landspace reflections of not only public space
Kačírková, Pavla ; Babyrádová, Hana (referee) ; Sedlák, Jan (referee) ; Havlík, Vladimír (referee) ; Ambrůz, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the dissertation is to understand the rural environment, using the specific example of the Šarovy village, in all its uniqueness and wholeness of its built-up and rural zones. It points out the pressing problems of current landscape, such as the alienation of man and landscape, land consolidation, or bad state policy. The case study describes the activities of the citizens association Jinákrajina in the area of Šarovy and nearby villages. It describes individual activities of the citizens association (sculptures, avenues and trees, interesting places in the landscape, nature trails, events, and plans for the village), the reasons for their origination, the reactions they caused, and the consequences. The objectives of the research aim to show that it is art that can be the joining element between ecological and social approaches.

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