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Detached house
Pavíčková, Kristina ; Skřek, Daniel (referee) ; Petříček, Tomáš (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is design documentation of a detached house with horse stables. Both buildings are situated in Moravský Krumlov. The detached house is designed as a wooden house with a partial basement and two ground floors. Enterance to the house is oriented to the north. Behind the house is standing horse stable with one ground floor and pen. The structural system of the building is based on the Porotherm system.
Petrovice Community Center
Flašková, Veronika ; Lipka, Miroslav (referee) ; Eliáš, Luboš (advisor)
The subject of diploma project is the design of complex of buildings using hemp lime composite, in English known as Hempcerete. Four detached houses are completed by building of facilities. Buildings have one to three floors. The composite fiercly reduces carbon footprint in building industry. The design is focused on different construction systems using hemp lime composite as a wall filling. Detached houses are made of load bearing timber frame with cast-in-situ hempcrete, building of facilities is made of reinforced concrete with precasted blocks. All buildings are cellarless. Detached houses are shed roofed, building of facilities is gable roofed.
Civil building
Bartošová, Andrea ; Spáčilová, Jitka (referee) ; Spáčil, Miroslav (advisor)
Basic of this Diploma thesis is Civil construction in Kostelec nad Orlici, which is in a part of city, where is planning off-grid community housing. Part of off-grid community housing is considered a partially sistainable civil construction, serving both for cultural use through the club, for commercial purposes such as various salons (hairdresser, massage or shop), as well as for sports activities with the possibility of small refreshments, such as bouldering, climbing wall and exercise hall. Four sustainable (off-grid) familly houses, which aren´t the subject of this thesis, are considered. Object SO01 – Civil construction is designed as a partially basement, two floors. The shape of the object is designed as several blocks with different height levels. From a material point of view it is a wooden building from the system of large-format laminated wood panels (CLT). The basement is designed with a waterproof reinforced concrete so-called white tub and prefabricated ceiling panels SPIROLL. A facade is made of wooden cladding, cement-fiber boards or thin-layer silicone plaster. A roof of the object is partially flat (vegetation and walkable) and a shed roof with a slope of 5°. A dance hall and the rest of the club + exit is located in the basement. A sanitary facilities, a technical room and a main entry with reception is also located in the basement. Right in the middle of the building is a climbing wall that runs across all floors. To the right of the climbing wall is a shop, exercise hall and staircase. To the left side are a sanitary facilities, a boulder (low climbing wall) and separate staircase for a office space on the 2nd floor. Behind the climbing wall is a bistro with entry for a terrace and entry for the club. There are some establishments like a hairdresser, a cosmetic salon, a tattoo salon and a massage salon on the 2nd floor. There are an entrance to a terrace above the bistro and a staircase to an attic and to second terrace as well on the 2nd floo
Detached house, Šternberk
Jurajdová, Alžběta ; Suk, Petr (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design of a new building detached house on a slope in the town of Šternberk. The building consists of one underground and one above-ground floor. The individual floors are divided in height. The vertical supporting structures are made of ceramic masonry, the vertical supporting structure above the top wall rim is made of lost formwork and forms a stiffening wall. The roof is designed countertop. The project documentation has been prepared according to valid legal and technical regulations.
Family house with an establishment
Formánek, Petr ; Janda, Lukáš (referee) ; Sobotka, Jindřich (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is to deal with a proposal of family house with a moto-service establishment. The project is located on the land in the village Radslavice near the city Vyskov. It is two-storey partly basement house, which is connected with the motor-service establishment on the north side. Both objects form one building unit. Detached house is designed for permanent living of 4-5 family members, where the first floor is designed as a communicative zone and the second floor as a resting zone. There are a technical room and a garage on the underground floor. Peripheral walls are planned to be made from burnt bricks for accurate brickwork Porotherm of 500 mm thickness with a laine mineral isolation. The ceiling construction is from semi-mounted constructions Porotherm or monolithic reinforced concrete constructions. The project documentation is done according to the Decree number 499/2006, as an implementing documentation including fire safety solution, thermal technical assessment and building physics.
Detached house
Bajtošová, Lenka ; Struhala, Karel (referee) ; Jelínek, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the following bachelor thesis is the design of a family house in Soběšice, which also includes a flower shop. The building has two floors and is divided into three basic units. The flower shop is located on the ground floor with direct access from the road. The social zone of the residential part of the building covers the remaining part of the ground floor, behind the flower shop, with direct access to the terrace. On the second floor all the individual rooms of residents are situated, with a shared bathroom and with a access to two vegetation roofs covering the whole building floor. From a structural point of view, the house is designed as a masonry building made of aerated concrete blocks insulated with expanded polystyrene 150 mm thick, with reinforced concrete ceilings and a shed roof above the second floor. The bachelor thesis is elaborated in the form of project documentation for construction realization.
Multifunctional building object
Tóth, Adrián ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is five-storey concrete basement multifunctional object. The building plot is located in Brno. The Multifunctional object is designed with the view of the location. The Object will be used for trade and services and for living of a families. The plan view of the Object is letter L. The main entrance and the driveway to the Object is at 1 st ground floor level. The vertical supporting structures are formed by concrete pillars and walls that are insulated on the above floors. The ceiling structure is made of concrete monolithic panels. The multifunctional object covers a flat single-skin roof. The project was prepared by a computer program called Autocad.
Detached house
Semková, Natália ; Donaťák, Vladislav (referee) ; Donaťáková, Dagmar (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis deals with design documentation of detached house, designed for permanent living for family of four member. The house is situated in the region Jihomoravský, town Brno – Ivanovice, in cadastral district Ivanovice. The building has two floors. The main vertical supporting construction material is a brick Heluz with Baumit insulation system. The horizontal supporting construction above first floor is from ceiling panels Heluz. The house has a shed roof with 12° inclination. House is without cellar. House has terrace and porch.
Family residence
Kocsis, Ádám ; Třeštíková, Jana (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The task given for this bachelor thesis „Family house” is to compile a project documentation according to the structural part of the decree no. 499/2006. This house, disegned for a family of five (2 parents and 3 children) is located in the village Křenovice, an area of consistent family house development. Object consists of one underground and two aboveground strories of this disposition: - basement (1.PP) technical and storage rooms - ground floor (1.NP) main entrance with vestibule, hallway with the stair space, bathroom, study room, kitchen, living room with an acces to terrace, self-standing garage - first floor (2.NP) rooms for relaxation and bedrooms of both parents witch bathroom, children rooms, batrhroom, and cloakroom Load-bearing wall construction will consist from sand-lime blocks KMB Sendwix in composition with a ventilated space. Non-bearing constructions will be made sand-lime blocks KMB Sendwix. Ceiling structure is in construction of the ceramic systém. The roofing is done using shed roof with a slope 22° and green roof.
Horská chata
Banič, Róbert ; Machová, Petra (referee) ; Vajkay, František (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor´s thesis is a design and project documentation of a two-floor chalet for rent capable to accommodate up to 10 people. The building is located in a town of a mountain area in the north of Czechia called Pec pod Sněžkou. From architectural point of view the building is intended to stand out by its luxurious appearance whilst using natural materials and finishes such as wood, stone and glass, thus respecting natural character of the surrounding. From structural point of view the building is designed as a wooden house – Avanta systeme, with a small basement (boiler room) and garage for 2 cars with concrete blocks walls, flat roof and sloped roof above a middle part of the building.

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