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Hotel in Wallachia
Šubová, Adriana ; Krupica, Roman (referee) ; Bantová, Sylva (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is the elaboration of documentation for the construction of a hotel with a restaurant in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm. The building is designed for short-term accommodation of 50 people. The building is functionally divided into a hotel part and a restaurant part. It is a detached object L-shaped building. The building is designed as a classic building with masonry system. The hotel part is designed as a two-storey with masonry system and sloping roof. The restaurant part is designed as a two-storey with basement. This part is also from masonry system and with sloping roof. The building has 22 double rooms, 1 apartment for 4 people and 1 room for people with reduced mobility, restaurant and technical facilities.
Dvořáková, Markéta ; Vorlíčková, Petra (referee) ; Fuciman, Ondřej (advisor)
This diploma thesis solves the design of a new hotel with restaurant. The content is the project documentation for construction work. The building is located in the cadastral territory of Vyškov. The hotel is designed for eating and short-term accommodation 58 people. Is it a two-storey and partially basement building with flat roof. In the basement there are a technical rooms and warehouses. In the first floor there are restaurant, kitchen, warehouses and offices. In the second floor there are only hotel rooms. The hotel is a detached building, the shape of the building as the letter L.
Boarding House Amerika
Pokorný, Patrik ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
This diploma thesis elaborates project documentation for the construction of building. The building is situated in outskirts of the town Velké Meziříčí. The boarding house for fooding and lodging with separated private zone and restaurant. Both parts connect entrance hall with reception and communication spaces. The lodging section is divided into three stories. Ground floor restaurant and salon with terrace on the second floor have south-facing oriented glazed curtain wall. That is the main part of building with stunning views on the ambient nature.
New Building hotel in Valasske Mezirici
Pasztorek, Martin ; Sedlák, Radek (referee) ; Benešová, Romana (advisor)
This master’s thesis addresses the design concept of the new hotel building located in Valašské Meziříčí, a town located in the Zlín region of the Czech Republic. The hotel building consists of a total of 21 accommodation units, a restaurant, and a cafe. The accommodation units vary from double rooms and triple rooms to three-person apartments with a kitchen – providing an accommodation capacity of a total of 47 guests. The hotel is designed as a building with a cellar that consists of one underground and four above-ground floors. The parking spaces for guests and employees are located on the ground floor together with technical equipment such as ventilation systems and utility rooms. The first floor is divided into two parts – the hotel’s operational space and the guest’s section. These two parts are structurally divided with a separate access entrance leading to each part. The operational part consists of facilities for employees, kitchens with food storage rooms, and hotel management offices. The guest area is comprised of an entrance hall with a reception, a restaurant, and sanitary facilities. On the second floor, there is a cafe with a terrace, storage for bedding, a hotel lounge as well as seven accommodation units oriented to the southwest. The third floor consists of a freely accessible terrace, bedding storage, and a lounge. There are also another seven accommodation units with balconies and a two-person apartment with a kitchen. Apart from another the bedding storage and the lounge room, the fourth floor also has two two-room apartments with a kitchen and a balcony for three people. There are also four more accommodation units with a balcony that can house 2-3 people. The thermal insulation of the building is solved by the external thermal insulation composite system, internationally referred to by the abbreviation ETICS. The basalt wool insulation facade panels is used as the main thermal insulator on the external walls of the entire building.
Guesthouse Noiva
Mendrek, Agata ; Krupica, Roman (referee) ; Bantová, Sylva (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is the design of a new building in the center of Český Těšín - an accommodation and recreational facility called Penzion Noiva. The guesthouse will provide not only accommodation for up to 36 people, but also the wellness center and the restaurant. In terms of construction, it is a free-standing building with two above-ground floors, ground floor, basement and two terraces. On the ground floor there is a lounge, a restaurant and its facilities, the director's office and a hall with a reception adjacent to the main entrance. The main entrance to the building is oriented to the west, where there is also an entrance to the restaurant terrace. The first and second floors contain 14 double rooms and two four-bed suites with kitchenettes. The basement is divided into two parts. One part of the basement contains the wellness center with saunas and a relaxation room. The other part serves as a technical background of the building where there are locker rooms for the staff, storerooms, and air conditioning rooms. The access to the basement for the staff is provided by a side staircase and a lift for staff. All floors are connected by a main staircase with a lift. The building foundations are made of strip foundations. The external wall of the above-ground floors and ground floor is designed from Porotherm ceramic blocks. The basement external wall is built of concrete blocks. Porotherm ceramic blocks also form the internal loadbearing and non-loadbearing masonry. The floor structures are designed as cast-in-place reinforced slabs. The roofing of the building consists of a warm flat roof with a parapet wall, and the screed to fall is made of thermal insulation. The terrace is located on the part of the roof, which is designed as a green roof. Balconies with aluminum railings containing glass balustrade are designed from reinforced concrete slabs.
Civic amenities building
Baroň, Alexandr ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Berková, Petra (advisor)
The first part of this diploma thesis is to design an energy-efficient hotel with restaurant and car parking. The second part is also to create an assessment of the energy performance of the building and usage of energy from renewable sources. Hotel is designed with the idea of „smart buildings“ which means, that all the technological background is controlled by the main computer, which also harvests data to achieve a minimum energy use and financial demand and maximum comfort and safety at the same time by controlling the connected technology. By placing on a sloped terrain in the center of Brno, the basement floor can be used as car parking. The roof of this building is flat, green, with modifications for placing solar panels, whose design is part of this work. The third part of this diploma thesis is the spatial acoustics of the conference room on the first ground floor.
Object of civic amenities
Zachovalová, Jana ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Berková, Petra (advisor)
Submitted diploma thesis prepares project documentation for the construction of a hotel building with a restaurant, which is located in the central built-up area of the town called Letovice situated in the South Moravian region. The solved building is partially basement with three above-ground floors covered by a flat vegetation roof. The hotel is designed with 23 accommodation units with a total capacity for 52 persons (including 4 persons with reduced mobility on the 2nd floor) and a restaurant for 98 guests, a bathroom and a kitchen. Guest rooms are located in the 2nd and 3rd floors. There are representative areas of the hotel in the form of an entrance hall with reception, areas for hotel management and a restaurant with a kitchen including social facilities for employees on the groud floor. There is a technical background of the building and maintance working room in the basement. The building comlies the requirement for low-energy standard buildings by combining a quality construction solution with thermal insulation of the building cover and other technological solitions. The overall character of the building is underlined by its architectural design in the form of partial greening of the facade. This solution is combined with large glazed areas giving a feeling of spaciousness and evocative cleanliness to the building.
Garni hotel below Javorina hill
Letková, Viktória ; Semrád, Antonín (referee) ; Štěpánek, Ladislav (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design of a hotel with a restaurant at the base the highest peak of the White Carpathians, Veľká Javorina. The area is located near the White Carpathians Protected Landscape Area and the Cetuna Natural Monument. The location has the possibility of using year-long and seasonal activities such as downhill and cross - country skiing or ice skating on frozen ponds, cycling in the new built-up cycle paths, hiking or walking on educational trails, horse riding, swimming in nature or visiting a family mini-zoo with the possibility of personal contact with animals. The potential of the concerned area is still used mainly by domestic, persons with the possibility of accommodation by acquaintances or owners of seasonal cottages and houses due to insufficient short-term accommodation. It was the main imulse for the design of accommodation. A piece of land on the border of the cadastral area of Dolné Bzince and Hrubá Strana of the village of Bzince pod Javorinou was selected for the building construction, due to its satisfactory position, orientation and also for the possibility of its evaluation. The building is designed as a separate-standing object onto an undeveloped territory of the municipality, which was used for agricultural purposes. It's been a long time it lies on ice, decays and its value decreases with expanding overgrown trees. The land is slightly sloping, oriented to southwest. The building has three main entrances and secondary entrances for smooth operation of the hotel. There is a day (leisure) part placed on the 1st floor, also a part for accommodation employees and immobile clients, parts for hotel management, cleaning zone and restaurant. On the 2nd floor there is an accommodation part with 19 rooms and a library. Into basement is a sport and relaxation part, which consist of fitness center and wellness center. Furthermore, in this floor is a bicycle shed and rooms of technical equipment of the hotel. On t
Wellness Hotel
Kašpárová, Darina ; Blažková, Vendula (referee) ; Daněk, Lukáš (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is to elaborate the project documentation of a newbuilt wellness hotel located in the village of Lipno nad Vltavou. The building is designed as a non-basement one with three floors. It is visually divided into several parts. On the first floor there are two operational parts – a wellness and a restaurant. On the second and third floor there are small apartments for temporary guests' accommodation. The building foundations are made of concrete and reinforced concrete. The load-bearing structure is made of aerated concrete blocks and sand-lime blocks. The ceiling structures are made of cast-in-place reinforced concrete. The roof of the first floor is designed as a one-layer flat extensive green roof. The roofing of a main reception is designed by a sloping roof and the third floor as three adjoining sloping roofs. These roofs are formed by a system of aerated concrete roof panels and a water-dissipating layer of folded sheet metal. The building is insulated with an external thermal insulation composite system (ETICS). The part of the facade consist of facade cladding strips and part of the render of light color.
Accumulation tanks in heating systems
Železná, Karolína ; Horák, Petr (referee) ; Počinková, Marcela (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is accumulation tanks in heating systems. The first part introduces the topic of thermal energy storage and types of accumulation tanks. The second part describes two specific options of heating the building of the boarding house and the restaurant with the use of storage tanks in the heating system. A gas condensing boiler is designed as a heat source in one variant and a pellet boiler in the other variant. The third part deals with experimental measurements, in which the accumulation tank with the installation for better stratification of hot water and the accumulation tank without the installation are compared.

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