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Organization of musical events in Prague's industrial spaces and halls
Jelínková, Lucie ; Riedlbauch, Václav (advisor) ; Vořechovský, Jan (referee)
The aim of this work is to map the current development on the Prague cultural scene set in the industrial spaces, it captures in a comprehensive way some common tendencies in the atypical industrial environment. Although there are marginally mentioned various cultural activities, work particularly focuses on the frequent presentation of electronic dance music in abandoned buildings. The work describes the historical development of industrial heritage on the territory of Prague, what kind of cultural businesses in this environment are currently taking part, how do they differ and what do they depend on. After reading this thesis the reader gains insight into the trends currently prevailing on the Prague music scene out of the traditional club environment.
Economic utilization of industrial structures with focus on railway stations
Krčmařová, Klára ; Kouba, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Scholleová, Hana (referee)
The thesis "Economic utilization of industrial structures with focus on railway stations" analyses all possibilities of sustainable use of industrial buildings with a focus on specific example of the Ţiţkov freight station. Based on the general characteristics of both industrial heritage and brownfields are defined steps which are necessary for the protection of valuable locations without present use. The whole process is described in the context of positive and negative externalities. The most important problem is financing the revitalization of problematic objects. The practical part of the thesis describes the previous issues connected to the Ţiţkov freight station including major studies of its potential utilization.
Písek Malt house - A study on economical usage of industrial architecture
Žižková, Klára ; Kouba, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Tyslová, Irena (referee)
This Bachelor Thesis focuses on the issue of economic use of industrial buildings. Having defined industrial architecture theoretically, specific aspects of its historic preservation are mentioned. This thesis analyses approach to protection and conversion of industrial monuments in the Czech Republic, reasons for renewal of industrial constructions, and ways of their new employment. The practical part examines an industrial building, Malt house in the city of Písek particularly, which nowadays serves as a seat of a cultural organisation. This Thesis researches the history of the building and its original use, and the course of its reconstruction for the purpose of new use. Moreover, besides financial burden of the conversion, its profit for local citizens in social and economic terms is assessed, and further renewal of the Malt house, which is currently employed only from one third, is considered.
Industriální prvky v interiéru
Bláhová, Markéta
Bachelor thesis deals with industrial style in the interior, industrial heritage and conversions of buildings. The first part describes the history of the industrial revolution, her influences on society and contemporary architecture of industrial buildings. The second part is dedicated the term of conversion. The following chapters provide examples of industrial style in the interior, history and development of loft. Further describe the salient aspects of this environment and industrial subjects currently available. The aim of the thesis is evaluation interiors in industrial style.
Issues of economical utilization of industrial monuments
Bok, Jan ; Kouba, Vojtěch (advisor) ; Hucková, Barbara (referee)
Thesis is focused on the phenomenon of industrial heritage. It deals with socio-cultural impact of industrialization on 19th century. It defines and classifies tangible evidence of those times. Supported by relevant literature it widens the knowledge of the theme of industrial heritage. Other main objective of the thesis is to define the concept of "industrial" in relation with arts and aesthetics of industrial heritage, proving the possibility of pure aesthetic contemplation by industrial themes and later applying of these findings in new economical use of abandoned structures. Apart from poll results there are also some photographs included which provide an insight on author's own aesthetic view on industrial heritage.
Industrial heritage as an activ element of tourism
Janouchová, Veronika ; Tyslová, Irena (advisor) ; Dianová, Markéta (referee)
This study is focused on the relationships between tourism and industrial heritage. One of the main issues discussed in this study is the definition of industrial heritage from the economic perspective, as it has been considered as problematic task. The study is concerned with positive social-economic impacts of industrial heritage on its surroundings by using particular tools such as destination management. Moreover, the study investigates the opportunities of improving the level of regional development by highlighting the cooperation between tourism and industrial heritage spots as leading activities to creation of touristic tours. The objective of this study is to prepare the effective proposal of "Industrial heritage tour in Pardubice region", to define weaknesses and opportunities in the tourism industry in this region and to propose the solution in this tour.
Marketingová analýza využití pražských historických mlýnů v oblasti cestovního ruchu
Němcová, Miluše ; Netková, Jarmila (advisor) ; Koňařík, Marek (referee)
Vymezení pojmů kulturní dědictví, průmyslové dědictví, průmyslová revoluce, průmyslová archeologie, technické památky. Mezinárodní organizace a mezinárodní dohody průmyslového dědictví. Památková péče v České republice. Druhy mlýnů. Historie vzniku mlýnů. Historie mlýnů v Praze. Současnost mlýnů v Praze. Využití pražských mlýnů v cestovním ruchu. Doporučení pro mlýny.
Use of industrial buildings for art gallery and exhibition
Vořechovský, Jan ; Pek, Tomáš (advisor) ; Jiroušková, Šárka (referee)
The aim of this work is to analyze and evaluate procedures leading to the regeneration of industrial heritage and to compare some examples of conversions to gallery and exhibition spaces. The comparison of this adaptations is given by examples from several European countries and Czech Republic with sufficiently broad basis of informations. Work explains the terminology used in the field of the industrial architecture and the regeneration of brownfields. The work briefly asseses the physical state and extent of industrial heritage in the Czech Republic, its preservation and protection. For each state (UK, Spain, Fance and Czech) will be briefly described the basic international and national legal framework of the monuments (industrial heritage) care.
The importance of industrial heritage and the possibility of its conversion for cultural purposes
Frolíková, Vanda ; Juračková, Simona (advisor) ; Tyslová, Irena (referee)
Bachelor thesis is devoted unused industrial premises and possibilities of their adaptation to a new post. The first part focuses on the value and potential of industrial heritage. It is compared the negative impacts of unused brownfield sites in the city with a positive contribution to their reuse. It is considered a possibility to use technical monuments as a seat of cultural organizations in the second part. The text mentions several international examples of this type of conversion. Subsequently, on the basis of mutual comparison of several Prague industrial sites used by cultural organizations have evaluated the pros and cons of their coexistence.

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