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Franciscan Monastery and Roman Square in Brno
Bulej, Marek ; Tabarka, Miloslav (referee) ; Hrabec, Josef (advisor)
Diploma thesis deals with the new use of the former Franciscan monastery and the modification of the so-called Roman Square in Brno. This district was once Jewish quarter and still has a unique genius loci. The main new function of the monastery is a new branch of the diocesan museum. The Roman Square is a set of diverse places no longer found in the center of Brno. Interventions in its structure are kept to a minimum, in particular the addition of buildings at the gaps. A valuable passage element in the northeastern sector remains accessible through the arcade on the ground floor of the block of flats no. 2. In addition, a new passage will be created in the northwest sector with a covered market. Thanks to these interventions, the whole space of the square will be revived and made more attractive with regard to monument restoration.
Revitalization of the Veľké Leváre Chateau
Bačiková, Lenka ; Vojtová, Lea (referee) ; Hrabec, Josef (advisor)
The aim of this work was to create a study of revitalization and restoration of the manor house and park in Veľké Leváre. During the creation of the design it was necessary to re-evaluate the cultural-historical values of the manor house, the construc- tional-technical condition, the requirements of the potential investor and the demand for functions in the village’s proximity. I have realized that placement of a mono-function in a mansion is almost impossible, considering its extensive ground plan. The manor house, thus, creates a complex of functions that overlap each other. The result of the entire design is a com- prehensive solution of the full use of the manor house with the park. Hence, the park will have a relaxing and recreational function. In the proposal, I have also offered a possible plan of stages of project’s works. The manor house and the adjacent park can, thus, fulfill the full function in the society again.
Reconstruction of the road surface
Šuľak, Andrej ; Porteš, Petr (referee) ; Zháňal, Lubor (advisor)
This thesis presents various approaches for race track surface reconstruction based on different algorithms designated for these purposes. In addition to surface reconstruction it also offers proposals for polygon mesh filling in the unscanned areas around the track.
Illéš, Juraj ; Plášil, Jiří (referee) ; Boháč, Ivo (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the revitalisation of community centre Bonaparte in Slavkov u Brna. Architectural design of the reconstruction of historical building “Záložna“ and new building in the gap in between houses brings new attractive functions into the historical city core. It aims for renewal of the values of historical object and at the same time tries to achieve the contemporary architectural expression in material solution, respecting the scale of historical environment.
The Restoration of the Railway of Ústí nad Orlicí
Tomoryová, Bianka ; Sznapková, Radka (referee) ; Vojtová, Lea (advisor) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the restoration and new use of the old railway station in Ústí nad Orlicí. The thesis is based on an architectural study created within the subject AG34 in the 3rd year in the winter semester. The bachelor thesis expands the architectural study to Building Permit Documentation and Documentation for Execution of the Project. The railway station is located on the outskirts of the city of Ústí nad Orlicí between the railroad tracks. Surrounded terrain is sloping. The building is bordered by a steep hill from the north and the Tichá Orlica river from the south. The building was built in 1874 and has been declared as a cultural monument in 2010. The main requirement of the investor was to design rentable spaces for the public to support the site recovery. Multifunctional design should attract residents and tourists of all interest and age categories. On the ground floor there is a bicycle rental, an information center, a health food store with home-made products and a café. In the building can also be found a workshop, temporary accommodation, rentable office space and public services such as a hairdresser and a beauty salon. The main idea was to revive the building not only in the interior but also from the exterior. A relaxing and recreational park with a seating area was designed nearby. The walkway in the park is made of prefabricated concrete slabs. The long paving elements have a narrowed end which create a slight transition between the pavement and the greenery. Neither the facade of the building remained without modifications. The appearance of the building was changed by adding a timber framing and by a new glazed facade wall design. The glazed facade wall will allow to use the newly designed winter garden with seating in the winter. The design of timber framing will be done according to the original historical plans and photographs from the time of the construction of the building.
Rebuilding a Family House
Prekopová, Pavlína ; Požár, Michal (referee) ; Švaříčková, Ivana (advisor)
The thesis deals with the reconstruction of the family house. The main aim of my thesis is assessment of the existing floor slab and designing of reinforcement due to lack of static part of design documentation. Internal forces on the slab are obtained by using finite element method on which the slab is designed. Due to superstructure of one extra floor above original structure it is necessary to make the hole for the staircase into the existing ceiling construction and demolition of loadbearing wall for disposition improvement. Intervention into the original construction has the effect of redistribution internal forces. At this case additional reinforcement of floor slab is necessary. For additional floor slab are selected and designed CFRP carbon straps. Rotate rib is being prepared instead of original demolished loadbearing wall which will be connect with original floor slab by using of stirrups. All calculations were performed in accordance with valid standard.
Heat loss of buildings and proposals for measures to eliminate them
Nguyen Khac, Hoang ; Poláčik, Ján (referee) ; Baláš, Marek (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with calculations of heat loss in buildings and proposals of meas-urements. Thesis is divided into 5 chapters. In the first one there are reasons to insulate buildings, the process of material selection and furthermore there are descriptions of each materials used as insulation materials. In the second chapter there is the description of the model house, which is analysed in the thesis. The third one is about the calculation proce-dure. In the fourth chapter there is the proposal of reconstruction and in the last, fifth chapter there is an evaluation of reconstruction from financial standpoint.
Farm cattle Helvíkovice
Špirková, Silvia ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is based on a project created at the studio AG32. The goal was to find a suitable urban and architectural solution for farm in the Helvíkovice in the Pardubice region. The complex is located in a remote place. The farm is focused on cattle breeding. Bachelor thesis deals with reconstruction of the part of main building of the farm. The intension of the owner was to create facilities for meat processing from own breeding and guest house in the attic. A part of thesis is the detail of wooden blinds at new cattle house. The object has simple longish shape and gable roof. This shape remain unchanged. Vertical timber cladding on facade is dividing building thereby mitigate its considerable length. The building is located near the road, attracts public to visit. Part of the building is shop with fresh beef and product of their holding. There is also a opportunity of tasting at he farm. These facilities are attached to facilities for meat processing. In the attic is guest house. There are 4 apartments.
The Restoration of the Former Zlín County Court
Prosseková, Jarmila ; Keith, Petr (referee) ; Vojtová, Lea (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The bachelor’s thesis deals with the renovation of former Zlín county court in the city centre of Zlín. The object is in the city heritage zone near Zlín castle. The original building from the 16th century initially served as a city brewery, and from the year 1922, the building was used as a country court. In the 20th century, three extensions were added, and since the year 1998 this building has had no usage and has been in decay, which could be seen on its bad structural-technical condition. Therefore, the renovation and return to the former function – that of a brewery, has been designed in this bachelor’s thesis. This function is supplemented by more services, such as the sales area, a beer-themed shop, a beer-themed spa, and accommodation. For constructive-technical and architectonical reasons, the removal of extensions from the 20th century, and renovation of the original building with elements of constructive-historical significance– the façade, and barrel and grion vaults in the ground floor, have been designed. For reasons concerning capacity, a new extension was designed with functional rooms facing towards the Zlín castle. The extension is, in its layout, connected to the original object appropriately on both technical and architectural level, with emphasis on accessibility of every function used by the public. Architecturally, the building has been adjusted by the height and proportions of the original structure, the rhythm of window openings maintains the impression of the original building. Within the extension, there will also be an inbuilt underground parking lot. The bachelor’s thesis expands an architectural study designed in the 3rd year into the form of documentation for building permit. Assigned parts have been designed in detail. Last part deals with an architectural detail of the timber-suspended ceiling with integrated lights, which substitutes for the missing vaults.
Structured-light 3D scanner
Hadzima, Jaroslav ; Chromý, Adam (referee) ; Jelínek, Aleš (advisor)
3D scanner is a device capable of creating a model using analysis, most commonly from image data. 3D scanners could be divided into two major groups, contact and noncontact scanners. Aim of this study is to interpret problematics of 3D scanning with structured light. Specifically usage of Gray code patterns. There is step by step evaluation of individual hardware and software obstacles and possible errors, from calibration to final point cloud. In next section, there are included tests determining quality, precision and accuracy of scanning with given method. System is applicable to mobile robots and yet fully remotely controlled. The majority of enumerations is taking place in Raspberry Pi 3 model B, just visualization alone is done from computer.

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