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Multifunctional house on the Francouzská street in Brno
Vrtílek, Osvald ; Krejsová, Aneta (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The Bachelor's Thesis is based on the architectural study completed during the second year of the bachelor's studies. Its aim was to design an apartment building with second use by my choice. I've chosen a commercial spaces – a small space for store on the ground floor and a versatile studio on the top floor. On the other floors there are four single flat units with a loggy and a balcony, two bedrooms and spacious common room. Every flat has a cellar in a basement. Versitale studio offers facillities for artists or offices. It contains one big room with multifunctional use with an extensive roof terrace with a view into neighbourhood. The shop spaces are located to the first floor and has a entrance right form the street. Nowadays offers a lot of possibilities to use such small spaces enriched by a store and staff facilities. The building is located in the centre of Brno on the Francouzská street, which connects with Milady Horákové street. Currently there is a single-storey building, that replaced a former apartment building. Because of that, there became a gap site between other multi-storey buildings. The design tries to keep the principles of surrounding buildings by its form. This is guaranteed by the external spaces of each flat and by following the frontage line – the building reacts to it by its form of gentle curve on its facade.