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Urban Architectural Study of Conversion of Military Brownfield
Beránková, Tereza ; Menšíková, Naděžda (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
This is the transformation of the former military camp near Český Krumlov to the KRUMLOVIA training center, which should be a source of inspiration not only in the field of education but also a source of inspiration for the creation of a modern urban space with a significant social and ecological overlap.
Urban Architectural Study of Conversion of Military Brownfield
Tomcová, Barbora ; Menšíková, Naděžda (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
This is the transformation of the former military camp near Český Krumlov to the KRUMLOVIA training center, which should be a source of inspiration not only in the field of education but also a source of inspiration for the creation of a modern urban space with a significant social and ecological overlap.
Urban architectural study of urban low-rise housing
Krůpa, Miloslav ; Menšíková, Naděžda (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
The theme of the thesis is to propose urban efficient comfortable living in a quiet natural environment between the original settlement of Líšeň and the panel housing estate from the 1980s. The design of the new residential complex will be in line with the current trends and needs of healthy living. The land lot which the buildings will be constructed on has a trapezoidal shape with a longer side in the west-east direction, narrowing and sloping towards the east. The elevation is about 22 m to 330 m of the length of the land lot. An important feature of Líšeň is the "chapel" (Chapel of Virgin Mary the Helpful) on the opposite eastern hill. The aim of the urban study was to create a smooth transition between the old part of Líšeň (so called "Stará Líšeň") and the new part of Líšeň (so called "Nová Líšeň”), with an emphasis on environmental and social aspects. The territory is divided by compositional and a viewing axes, which are meeting in the social space, formed by the social center with a dominant open space and covered facilities in an adjacent building located in its highest western part. In front of this building, there is a small square followed by the central area with a residence lawn, a public grill and a playground for children. This part finishes in the east with a new water surface in the form of a bathing biotope, which is bridged by two footbridges following the compositional axes. The west side of the stairs between the footbridges continues in a landing stage. Selected combination of low-floor apartment houses and low-floor family houses elevates in height and volume from the eastern and southern boundaries of the territory towards its northwest corner. Along the western border of Novolíšeňská street, a barrier house is designed and it performs also a function of an optical dividing line from the existing panel houses. Emphasis was also put on the minimum of traffic areas. The main routes are designed as one-way roads so as to simplify the orientation in the area. Parking areas are preferably designed as covered and subterranean parking. The main priorities were the greatest extend of greenery (in the form of growing plants and green roofs) on the one hand, and the utmost preservation of a non-built-up area. The result of this study is a low-rise housing in the greenery area with the open views from the buildings to their surroundings, a generous amount of sunshine in living rooms, and an extensive social life for its inhabitants and for inhabitants of surrounded areas. Energetic efficiency was also taken into account while designing the houses. Objects are designed as simple block-shaped blocks with a rectangular or square ground plan. Residential buildings usually have a common or conjoined underground floor. The object of the barrier house has a linear character and roughly copies the western border of the territory. Its parterre is regularly interrupted in four places by passages which serve as a connection with the Novolíšeňská service road. Wood and stone were chosen as materials because of their natural character. Family houses at the southern border are terraced (in groups of 2 x 4 and 1 x 5) and intended as passive houses. Separate family houses around the water area are accessible only by foot, as no car-traffic around the water surface is allowed (however, the arrival of vehicles is possible on a walkway with a width of 3.0 m). These houses are considered as low-energy houses.
Urban Architectural Study of Conversion of Military Brownfield
Poláková, Katarína ; Menšíková, Naděžda (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
This is the transformation of the former military camp near Český Krumlov to the KRUMLOVIA training center, which should be a source of inspiration not only in the field of education but also a source of inspiration for the creation of a modern urban space with a significant social and ecological overlap.
Urban Architectural Study of Conversion of Military Brownfield
Zedka, Zdeněk ; Menšíková, Naděžda (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
This is the transformation of the former military camp near Český Krumlov to the KRUMLOVIA training center, which should be a source of inspiration not only in the field of education but also a source of inspiration for the creation of a modern urban space with a significant social and ecological overlap.
Urban Architectural Study of Conversion of Military Brownfield
Vostalová, Helena ; Menšíková, Naděžda (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
This is the transformation of the former military camp near Český Krumlov to the KRUMLOVIA training center, which should be a source of inspiration not only in the field of education but also a source of inspiration for the creation of a modern urban space with a significant social and ecological overlap.
Urban architectural study of urban low-rise housing
Pavlíková, Iveta ; Menšíková, Naděžda (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
The theme of the thesis is to propose urban efficient comfortable living in a quiet natural environment between the original settlement of Líšná and the panel housing estate from the 1980s. The design of the new residential complex will be in line with the current trends and needs of healthy living.
" Bukovsky Winery"
Šejk, Sanko ; Vojtová, Lea (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
It is reconstruction and extension of a threefloor building of a winery in the center of village Kobyli. The proposal consists of expansion of capacity of wine production and storage. It is making spaces for presentation od the winery and a larger conference space. In the third floor there are nine rooms with own bathroom each. With capacity for 20 persons.
Architecture in landscape - Winery
Sáčková, Veronika ; Dýr, Petr (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
The purpose of this master’s thesis was to design an object situated on South Moravia nearby the Nove Mlyny dam with the view at the Palava Hills. The house is designed as extremely environmental friendly and energy saving in „A“ category according to the SEN-scale of building energy demand. Water purification and water management are part sof the ecological koncept. The primary target of the building is a wine production. It concerns grapes stemming, pressing, fermentation, aging, bottling and bottle stocking. One integral part of the building is an accomodation for 44-60 guests, who have the degustation room, restaurant and natural pool at hand. One last part is the CHKO Pálava information centre where i tis available to get information, internet access, or to use the library or lecture hall.
The use watercourses and waterbodies within an urbanised countryside area
Šímová, Jana ; Kročová,, Šárka (referee) ; Polešáková, Marie (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
Water is an integral part of our life and waterways and areas were and still are an essential part of the public space of our cities and municipalities. We can find public space in every seat and we meet with the water on many of them. The water in public spaces appears in a different form. Whether these are minor elements, such as fountains, drinking water features, or larger water flows and water area. The water in the public space has its indispensable role. It is well known that its presence has a great impact on the well-being of man. Despite the fact that water is really important in the Interior of human settlements, over the years, water has disappeared on many places from public spaces, due to the technical development and development of settlements. The development of human settlements and public spaces takes place constantly from the time they were established. In recent years, the viewpoint of their importance is significantly changing and lot of the seats are aware of their value. The public space is like a living room of the city, thus a representative place. That´s why, the reconstructions of public space are quite often in recent years with use of water elements. The phenomenon of water surfaces is a factor which affecting the sustainable development and quality of life. Public space is not only an important functional element in the big cities. It has a great importance for smaller municipalities too. And just on them the thesis is focused. Their public space is often neglected. As well as water features in the surrounding area, which are uncared-for or extinct. Water in the form of water courses or water bodies have a great potential, in which a lot of possibilities is hidden, with which you can work in the urbanized areas. The goal of this thesis is to find a new role for the watercourses and water areas to be integrated into public space and public space, thanks to this, become a representative and functional part of the village once again.

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