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Communication when negotiating a construction contract
Pelčák, Svatopluk ; Plesník, Zdeněk (referee) ; Linkeschová, Dana (advisor)
The main objective of the Diploma thesis is to create and analyze marketing researches and evaluate its possibilities of application in reality. There are marketing and communication basics, alongside with brief introduction to Baťa’s Zlin listed in the theoretical part. The practical part of the thesis is focused on defining the methodology of the marketing researches, including its analysis. Based on these information there is a conception created. The main reason to create this conception was rising amount of houses, which are being repaired regardless of its historical value and city regulation. This concept is therefore focused on creation of alternative plan on – how to preserve unique urbanistic character of functionalistic garden city of Zlin.
Brno brownfields by the Svitava river
Macháček, Tomáš ; Ležatka,, Lukáš (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The theme of the diploma thesis „Brno brownfields by the Svitava River“ Is design of contemporary city structure in Brno Husovice. The theisis deals with the analysis of the current situation, definition of problems and opportunities in the location and the design, based on these researches. Studied area is located on the riverbank of the Svitava River and is defined by Provazníkova, Dukelská třída and Svitavské nábřeží streets. In these days there are mostly located brownfields of the previous industry parks, storage spaces and development of family houses. The design puts emphasis on the gentle merge with the urban structure of the old Husovice and focuses on using modern architectonic and urban approaches as well, for example on multifunctionality of buildings. The riverbank is revitalised and attractive features are designed here, like the footbridges conneting both river sides and sittable stairs. These designs provide space for leisure time and a water control during the floods as well. The traffic solution is concerned on the design of the new Nová Dukelská street, connecting formerly Zbrojovka industry park and Provazníkova street.
Brno brownfields by the Svitava river
Muzikář, Vladimír ; Ležatka,, Lukáš (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with urban studies on the territory of Svitavy river in Brno-Husovice. Part of the solved territory is defined as a brownfield - specifically, it is a former Zetor site. New backbone roads are proposed in the defined area, new residential complexes that integrate the area into the surrounding area. In the north of the proposed area, I propose the Park & Ride Park House at the large city ring road in Brno. The proposal also includes the creation of recreational areas - near the embankment, a city park is set up near the Provazníkova road. An interesting feature is the creation of a public space shielded from traffic.
The Art and patronage of the family Dobřenský from Dobřenice in the Eastern Bohemia
Pospíchal, Jan ; Oulíková, Petra (advisor) ; Pučalík, Marek (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the sacral art and the patronage of the family of lower aristocracy, who later become a count family, Dobřenský of Dobřenice in the territory of present-day eastern Bohemia. It focuses not only on the formal analysis and description of larger or smaller sacral structures, but also on the fate of significant members of the Dobřenský family. The main attention is paid to the church of St. Kliment in Dobřenice, in particular to its interior decoration. In the next chapters, the work focuses on other monuments connected with the Dobřenský family in places that they managed in the past: Neděliště, Ouhrov or Uhelná Příbram, as well as works of applied art. Keywords: Dobřenský from Dobřenice, aristocracy, baroque, rococo, painting, sculpture, architecture, altar, diocese of Hradec Králové, Raab, Rohrbach, sv. Kliment, Dobřenice, Neděliště, Ouhrov, Uhelná Příbram, Východní Čechy, applies art, sacral structures.
The Development of the Roof Structures from Antiquity to the 20th Century
Urych, Jan ; Jarošová, Markéta (advisor) ; Czumalo, Vladimír (referee)
This diploma thesis deals with the historical development of roof structures and materials used in their construction. The development in time can be delimited from the antique Rome and Greek up to the introduction of modern reinforced concrete structures in the twentieth century. The paper focuses not only on the roof structures and their types, but also on the appropriate roofing. In addition, it highlights the advantages or disadvantages of the individual types of structures, their elements and other relevant things. It is also devoted to the typology of the materials, their development and correct processing. The main aim of this work is to summarize the information and to outline the development from the earliest times up to the present.
Architecture at the Exhibition. The birth of modern architecture during the great Prague exhibitions in 1891-1908.
Turková, Kateřina ; Czumalo, Vladimír (advisor) ; Šmied, Miroslav (referee)
There occurred a change in the Czech architecture from late historicism to modernism in the time from 1890's to the early 20th century. This thesis tries to demonstrate this change on the architecture of the pavilions during the Prague's great exhibitions that held in the years 1891-1908 at the Prague Exhibition Grounds at Holešovice. Individual attention will be focused on the Prague Jubilee Exhibition of 1891, the Czechoslavic Ethnographic Exhibition of 1895, Exhibition of Architects and Engineers of 1898 and Jubilee exhibition of the Trade and Business Chamber of 1908. After putting these exhibitions into the broader context and with the emphasis on significant buildings that should not be neglected as a part of the evolution of Czech architecture, this thesis tries to answer the introductory question whether the Prague Great Exhibitions played an essential role in the birth of Czech modern architecture.
Tradicionalismus na vysokých školách a v praxi: urbanismus, architektura, sochařství, ornament, malířství a design
Adamec, Emil
Traditionalism combines urbanism, architecture, sculpture, ornament, painting, and design into one complex. According to statistics, the public favours traditional architecture and urbanism. Traditional design, computer technology, a scientific approach to theory, ornament in architecture, and scaling in urbanism are the proposed solutions here. Vitruvius, Palladio, Camillo Sitte, Léon Krier, Roger Scruton or Nikos A. Salingaros, medieval cities, and imperial or New Urbanism offer sustainability, and quality design. In heritage conservation, traditionalism provides an alternative to the Venice Charter and the Athens Charter. Accredited schools of architecture, art and design will be asked whether traditionalism is being taught at their institutions. Workshops and courses in traditionalism for students might support a specialized field of study, interdisciplinary cooperation and exchange between schools. Keeping local traditions is important for human existence, cultural maturity and a healthy lifestyle.
Czech Sacral Architecture between 1900 - 1950 in International Context
Obrtlík, Jan ; Kyselka, Mojmír (referee) ; Halík,, Pavel (referee) ; Šlapeta, Vladimír (advisor)
The thesis deals with the history and the interpretation of the development of sacral architecture during the first half of the twentieth century. It interprets the topic in a broad framework, which mentions the historical preconditions of this development and in the most important cases also its international relations. The introductional chapters list all up-to-date publications to the topic and suggest certain means of interpretation of sacral architecture which reflects the natural division of this topic between the disciplines of architectural theory and religion science. The own thesis begins with characteristics of social and religious situation in the Austria-Hungary and its consequences of sacral architectural development. It mentions basic examples of sacral buildings and the measure of their relation to the contemporary architectural development in general. Subsequently it mentions transformational influence of World War I and of declaration of souverain Czechoslovakia, which led to the emergence of new churches with their own architectural ambitions and also to the focus shifting of discipline to new contemporary topics. It follows the parallels with contemporary architectural trends of 1920's and the level of their use in the specific field of religious buildings also in relation to individual churches with their different architectural developments. Further it mentions sacral building development in 1930's with the emphasis in relation to the contemporary social atmosphere and in accent transformation between conservative and progressive religious approach. Than it follows with a review of religious culture transformation during World War II in Protectorate Czech Moravia and shows particularity of unnumerous examples of church buildings and projects from this era. The final part than reflects the evolution of the social role of religion after the War as well as an influence of communist coup in 1948 at potential of sacral architecture. It states the negative influence of both totalitarian regimes on the quality of sacral buildings of following period and on a poor measure of disciplines theoretical knowledge, which among others results in unsufficient primary sources, from which this thesis would likely have taken. Even when this thesis have not and cannot have an ambition of full exploration of the topic, it presents the factography and collecion of interpretations, by means of which the significant gap in the historiography of 20th century Czech sacral architecture can be at least partially bridged.
Modern Architecture and The Concept of Space
MIKOLÁŠKOVÁ, Jana
This work deals with the concept of space in the works of Le Corbusier and Adolf Loos, because every comparison between their works is so interesting. Their ideas involved the next evolution way of the modern architecture. Furthermore, this work deals with psycho-social terms of space in the Czech discourse and it points out why was the idea of functionalism, in its purely technical form, unsustainable.
Medieval and modern Crypts on the area of Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia
Solárová, Petra ; Slivka, Michal (advisor) ; Bednár, Peter (referee)
1 Abstrakt The Master's thesis deals with medieval and modern crypts on the territory of Czech, Moravia and Slovakia. The aim is to review the examined crypts, which have already been published. This Master's thesis is divided into three parts. In the first part, the overview of research and methodology work are summarized. Following parts are dedicated to evaluation of crypts on examined territory - to correct understanding of their meaning, architecture and funeral facility. The third part includes a processed catalog of archaellogically examined crypts. Keywords crypt, church, funeral, architecture, coffin

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