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Rental Housing
Eckeltová, Petra ; Tichá, Alena (referee) ; Hrabincová, Dagmar (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of rental housing in the Czech Republic. The first part evaluates the current situation of the housing stock of the Czech Republic and the availability of housing. It focuses on rental housing including its legislation. The second part deals with own housing needs, in which the cost of attainment of rental and owner-occupied housing is compared. This part is focused on Brno and its city district Brno-Líšeň. The whole analysis of the solution of both forms of housing is carried out on a model example. The result is a comparison and selection of a better option for future housing.
Optimization of housing finance
Bortlová, Nicol ; Vaňková, Lucie (referee) ; Kocourková, Gabriela (advisor)
The bachelor´s thesis deals with optimization of housing finance. The goal is to find the optimal way of financing the construction of family house for fictional married couple. The terms such as housing, financial sources, mortgage loan, building savings are defined. The following part compares advantageousness of the calculations of the mortgage loans made by individual banking institutions. Secondly, it inquires if it is possible to finance the construction of house from a loan from building savings. At the end of the thesis the optimal way of financing the housing is evaluated.
REVITALIZATION OF THE TERRITORY OF THE ČKD IN PRAGUE, VYSOČANY
Zatloukalová, Denisa ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
There is a large number of localities in Prague that have lost their industrial glory or transport signifi cance. Today, these areas remain unused and turn into neglected scars on the city´s face. 1466 hectares of such territories exist now in Prague. Their transformation and limitation of the city´s expansion is one of the main goals of the new Prague´s Metropolitan Plan. And the solution to the transformation of the former ČKD is the subject of this thesis. Conditions for the revitalization of the territory of the former ČKD are embedded in the zoning plan for the Prague´s district Vysočany, in the new Metropolitan Plan and the new development projects in surrounding play its role too. The aim of the chapter is to evaluate the existing land situation, its use with respect to the new Metropolitan Plan and conceptual renewal of the postindustrial territory of Vysočany district. The thesis presents a possible example of the creation of a new urban district, which offers housing, modern offices, sports and all amenities. Modern architecture of high-rise buildings is complemented by quality solutions of public spaces, green streets and parks.
NEW BUILDINGS FOR BROWNFIELDS IN HISTORICAL CENTRAL ZONE OF BUČOVICE CITY
Soviš, Vladimír ; Plášil, Jiří (referee) ; Boháč, Ivo (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the urban-architectural study of a new residential location on the place of the former area of the artistic-industrial enterprises in Bučovice. It is a brownfields near the Bučovice castle in the historic central zone of the town. The proposal focuses on the urban-architectural solution of the whole area including the conceptual consideration which responds to the possibilities and limits of the development of the industrial complex with a focus on the new building and architectural neoplasm in the historical surroundings.
Hotel at the ČPP Arena in Hradec Králové, Orlice riverbank
Livovská, Lucia ; Mašek, Radomír (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
The diploma project is resolving the possibilities of designing contemporary buildings into the historical context of city centre. The emphasis is aimed on urban integration of new volumes into the present city structure and its genius loci. The result of the design should be buildings with specific character and clear dispositions using quality materials. The area is located near the city centre of Hradec Králové and is defined by the streets Comenius, I.Herrmann and Hradecká. It is directly adjacent to the historic city center. In the middle of the area is flowing The Orlice River, which divides area into two separately designed zones, which is communicating with each other. The presence of the river is considered to be a distinctive urban-forming element that needs to be used and promoted in the city. One of the characteristics of the site is the poor state of public spaces, several significant barriers, whether moving, operational or visible and urban unconnected areas or unreasonable used areas and buildings. The surrounding of The Orlice River, flowing through the center of Hradec Králové, is from near future very important, but at the same time hard to handle. All three facts - the city center plot, the presence of the river, but also the neglected public spaces - leading this area rehabilitated, revitalized and made accessible to people.
Condominium in Brno, Mlynska street
Pucholdtová, Lucie ; Elešová, Klára (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the planning permission documentation and an extract from the project execution plan based on my previous studio work in the course of AG034 back in 2017. The work deals with a design of a condominium in Mlynska street, Brno. Mlynska street in the borough of Trnita is in close proximity to the historic centre. Mlynska street and its surroundings is an area that has become extremely popular with developers, is undergoing a massive renovation and holds a remarkable potential for future (like Vlněna Office Park complex or Ponvka business park). The building lot consists of allotments number 27/1-10 and 40/1, which are currently in possession of the company Rezidence PONÁVKA s.r.o.. The lot is not in any protected zone or area. The design aims at housing, commercial, administrative and educational functions. With a special aspect to the educational function, the building comprises a coffee shop with a bookshop and a study room on the ground floor and co-working centre with a conference hall on the 2nd and 3rd stories. All the educational spaces are inspired by the work of two scholars and education supporters František Šujan and Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi. A nearby square is named after those two men who both fought for education to be available for people of all social classes. The building should help this part of the town to develop fully and raise standards in this part of the town.
Condominium Minska street, Brno
Poláková, Magdaléna ; Elešová, Klára (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the design of condominium in Brno Žabovřesky. The condominium in Minská Street is located in an extremely tight gap site created after the demolition of the original village house. The solved gap site is very lucrative, it has besides the excellent accessibility of recreational areas, a very good connection to the transport infrastructure and, therefore, very good connection with the center and the main transport route. The object is designed to fit very well despite the modern appearance into the surrounding area, which has a disunited character, style and height level. It is a six-storey residential building with one underground storey and five above-ground floors, where there are 4 luxury apartments and 2 small commercial spaces on the ground floor. A total of 7 private parking spaces are located in a quiet garden.
The multifunctional building Mlynska, Brno
Pelčák, Vlastimil ; Ležatka,, Lukáš (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis is created on the basics of an architectural study designed by me in the third year of the bachelor’s degree studies. The thesis elaborates this architectural study into the following degrees of the project documentation. The topic of this work is a design of Multifunctional building Mlynska in Brno. The work reacts on the current change of the city district Trnita in which the estate for the design of the building is located. Gradual revitalization of the whole city district is supposed. The main structure of the multifunctional building and few other auxiliary buildings are located on the estate. The multifunctional house is of a cubic form with a regular placement of windows. The building has two below ground and fourteen above ground storeys. Its height is a reaction on the new and newly emerging building in a nearby surrounding. Due to a higher number of storeys it is moved further from the borderline of street. Both below ground storeys are of technical character. In the first below ground storey is designed a café, shop and an entrance for residents. In the second and third storeys are offices. From fourth to thirteenth storeys are located flats of various dispositions – together there is 28 housing units. The last storey serves for all of the residents – there is a rooftop terrace, a common room and necessary facilities. From the constructional point, the house is arranged as a combination of a monolithic reinforced concrete vertical parts and prefabricated horizontal panels. Perimeter is surrounded by a frame into which are inserted windows. Centre of the building comprises of stiffened core of vertical link. The building is designed as a modern premium living in a minimalistic, functional and aesthetic design.
Winery Sekt Jan Petrák
Manakova, Anastassiya ; Myslín, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Kalousek, Miloš (advisor)
The objective of this Bachelor Thesis is the design of the Sekt Jan Petrak winery in Kobylí. The Bachelor Thesis expands and specifies an architectural study which was drafted as AG33 subject during the summer semester of the second year (i.e.up to the level of Documentation for Planning Permission and Documentation for Execution of the Project). The considered area lies in the territory of Kobylí and with its slightly rolling landscape is used for agricultural purposes. The building ploat is located down the surrounding buildings. The aim of the bachelor thesis was creating the project of building that will serve its users for quality accomodation for investor and long-term residence for guests as well as for production, presentation and tasting of sparkling wine. Designed object consists of three parts: sale and presentation of sparkling wine, housing for owners and visitors, production. And the main goal was to connect all of the functions so they can complement each other. The Object presents three masses – two main and one subsidiary, which are distinguished by the shape of te roof and the structure of the fasade. The nearest to the access road is a building of a family house, which consists of a publicly accessible two-storey winery, which connects to two large apartments for visitors, and private part - investor apartments. The investor's apartment is illuminated from two sides - southwest and northwest. The living room has a large window opening, which provides beautiful views of the private outdoor terrace and area green. The attic of the family house is designed for accommodation of visitors and tasting of sparkling wine. Through the passage public communication is linked with the production of sparkling wine.
The Multifunctional building Hlinky
Jarmerová, Eliška ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Sedláková, Markéta (advisor)
This bachelor thesis presents a design of a multifunctional buiding in Brno – Pisárky. The building should be located in a gap site in the street Hlinky. The plot is situated at the foothill of Žlutý kopec near the premises of Brno Exhibition Centre. The southern part of the plot includes the area of terraced houses. The street is 215m above sea level. This project designs a completion of the street housing development with a fitting construction of a convenient size and type of façade. The project takes into account a non-existing and formerly pulled-down 19th-century object of value concerned by heritage conservation. The former building was significant for its indentation in the line of the adjacent buildings. In the design I try to point out at this element applied for the whole height of the building. The building facade division follows the elements applied for the other objects in the surroundings of the lot. Based on the former analysis, the design utilizes a high potential of the place which had not been met before, mainly its easy centre and transport accessibility, south-facing slope, high density of population in the area of the exhibition centre as well as as university hostels. This multifunctional building is designed to function in three ways – as an office, a living place and a shop with a buffet providing cooked meals. The design preserves and recultivates a garden which will function as an orchard with furniture. The first floor of the object is designed as a reinforced concrete frame which is filled with a wall of cut vertically perforated brick blocks with mineral wool insulation and completed with ventilated façade made of facing bricks. The building has six aboveground floors and one underground floor. The height of the designed building overtops the neighbouring buildings, which is hidden due to the division of the building facade into smaller areas whose function is to achieve better setting of the mass of the building into the frontage.

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