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Multifunctional building, Brumov - Bylnice
Skřek, Daniel ; Burianová, Lenka (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is the design of a multifunctional building, which consists of parking lots, store section, office as well as dwelling units. Multifunctional building has four above-ground floors, full basement and a flat roof. During processing, emphasis was placed on layout solutions to be designed according to legislation and standards. In the basement there are parking lots, the ground flood is used as a store section, the first floor consists of office units designed for start-up companies. The third and fourth floor consists dwelling units from one-bedroom to three-bedroom apartments. The building has a concrete frame structure combined with a masonry system from Porotherm ceramic pieces. Horizontal load bearing system is designed of two way reinforced concrete slabs. Walls bellow the ground level are made from core-filled reinforced concrete blocks. The building is supported by the spread footing concrete system. Multifunctional building is situated in flat terrain in the city of Brumov-Bylnice.
Resort Orlík
Pavelka, Šimon Václav ; Utíkal, Aleš (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the elaboration of project documentation for construction of the Orlík Resort. The buildings are detached and are set in a slightly sloping terrain in the cadastral area Kožlí u Orlíka. The main building has two above-ground floors and one underground floor. In the basement, there is a utility room for the whole building and warehouse. Furthermore, the hall is divided into a section for men and a section for women. In these sections, visitors have a dressing room with cabins with showers and toilets. Then there will be a choice of two exercise halls, two massage rooms or a large gym area. On the ground floor, the building is entered via lee to the vestibule and into the spacious hall. In the entrance, there is a reception with storage area and a room with a kitchenette and toilet. The building is also accessible via a second staircase and large glass sliding windows. There is a conference room with adjustable size, a social hall, warehouses, toilets for women and men as well as an office. For employees there is a day room with kitchenette, changing rooms and showers separate for men and women. The upper floor contains two terraces. These are green roofs, where one is partially fitted with tiles, and there is a recognized reinforced concrete skeleton. There is a cleaning room on each floor. There are also processed two apartment houses, illuminated by roof skylights, which are on the plot four times. All buildings are designed from the reinforced concrete skeleton with lined sandstone blocks. The ceilings are made of prestressed hollow panels, and the roofs are green. Apartment house No. 1 is symmetrical and contains two apartments. There is a storage room, lee, vestibule, utility room, toilet, room, bedroom and a large kitchen with living room and terrace access. The large bathroom has a bathtub, glass shower and one sliding door that closes the room with urinal or toilet. Apartment house No. 2 is divided into three apartment
Hotel
Machala, Tibor ; Havířová, Zdeňka (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
This thesis presents a design of a new building — hotel, containing thirty accommodation units, space for employees, restaurant and vine bar meant for both customers of the hotel, and public. Hotel is situated in a cadastral area Brod nad Dyjí. Building consists of basement and five floors with proposed accommodation capacity of sixty people. The basement perimeter walls are designed from reinforced concrete with the width of 300 and 400 mm. The walls are insulated by XPS polystyrene which is 220 mm wide. Perimeter walls of the above-ground floors are proposed as a combination of reinforced concrete and reinforced skeleton concrete supplemented by masonry wall of therm type. All these constructions are insulated by 220 mm wide glass wool facade insulation. The building envelope is a light ventilated facade. All horizontal constructions are projected as reinforced concrete slabs with the width of 250 mm. The roof of the building consists of three flat parts. The lowest part of the roof is designed as a vegetation roof with extensive layer. The roof of the hotel is proposed as walkable with wear layer made of concrete pavement of dimension 400 x 400 mm. Construction of the roof above the fifth floor is designed as one layer flat roof on concrete slab with the width of 250 mm. Inside the object are three reinforced concrete staircases (main staircase, emergency staircase and staircase for staff). The main entrance to the object is situated on the south side of the property, while the staff entrances are located on the east and north-east part. Parking for the object customers is placed in front of the main entrance, parking for staff is situated on the north side. This thesis is processed in the form of project documentation for construction realisation.
Residential building
Kříž, Lukáš ; Woytela, Jindřich (referee) ; Benešová, Romana (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is to elaborate the project documentation for the construction of the apartment house. The apartment building is located in the South Moravian Region in the municipality of Stanoviště. The apartment building is detached in a slightly sloping terrain, has one underground floor and four above-ground floors. The underground floor is used for house equipment, there is a cellar, a pram room, a utility room, a games room and a cleaning room. The remaining four floors are used for housing, there are 12 housing units. The vertical supporting structures are lined with ceramic hollow blocks HELUZ, insulated with ETICS contact insulation along the perimeter. Masonry is based on plain concrete foundations. Vertical supporting structures are monolithic reinforced concrete. The roof is formed as a flat single-skinned roof.
House on a slope
Jakoš, Milan ; Kvapilová, Vendula (referee) ; Daněk, Lukáš (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the elaboration of project documentation for building a house on a slope. It is an object with one basement and two above-ground floors. The family house is one apartment unit for a family of four. Vertical structures are made of Ytong. The peripheral basement wall adjacent to the soil is made of reinforced concrete. Ceiling structures are reinforced concrete. The roof is sloping double-skin with a slope of 30 °. The supporting structure of the sloping roof is formed by the Ytong system. The house is based on reinforced concrete strip foundations. The drawing part was processed in Allplan.
Apartment building
Boulaouad, Hichem ; Picmaus, Petr (referee) ; Brukner, Bohuslav (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design of a new building of an apartment house in Mělník. The apartment building has five floors and a basement. The basement is used as an underground parking with technical facilities and there are three flats on each floor, thus the apartment building contains fifteen flats. Structurally, the whole building is designed as a monolithic wall system with monolithic ceilings, the lower structure is formed by a foundation slab and the roof is formed by a single-skin flat roof.
Apartment building
Barglová, Karolína ; Dohnal, Jakub (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
A subject of bachelor thesis is a new apartment building and the processing of the design documentation for construction. The apartment building is located in a quiet part of a town Zubří, near the city center. The surrounding area consists mainly of apartment buildings. This object is detached with a cellar and four floors. There are spacious maisonettes in the third and fourth floor, which have terraces in the fourth floor. A car park is located close to the building. In immediate proximity there is established a wheelchair access to the object via an outdoor lift. Vertical supporting structures in the above-ground floor are made of ceramic blocks Porotherm, in basement they consist of blocks of permanent formwork. The horizontal structures are prefamonolithic, they are made of ceramic beams and ceramic inserts Miako. The building is based on concrete foundation strips and the top of the building is a warm flat roof.
The Apartment block Novolisenska
Veselý, Ondřej ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design of a new "viladum" (a smaller apartment building with a higher standard of living) in Brno Líšeň. The work is based on a previously developed architectural study developed within the course AG32. "Viladum" usually referres to as older urban villas, which have been converted to host more housing units. Today this is a very comfortable and desirable form of housing. The topic of the thesis was to create a design of a smaller apartment house, typologically emerging from the "viladum". The proposed building has one underground and three above-ground floors. Each of the above floors contains one dwelling unit. The proposal uses the height difference on the site to create a ramp for vehicles in the basement where garages are located. The volume and location of the house on the parcel is mainly based on the limits given by the development plan. The house was deliberately designed with a higher standard of living. From the elevator you can enter directly into the apartments. The ground floor apartment is completed with a garden, an apartment on the third floor, southwest oriented to the terrace. The south and east side of the apartments are illuminated by French windows and balconies. The building meets the requirements for low-energy buildings according to ČSN 73 0540-2: 2011. The basement consists of a monolithic reinforced concrete structure made of waterproof concrete on the principle of "white bathub". Above-ground floors are made of porous concrete blocks combined with monolithic reinforced concrete ceilings. The roof is designed as a green roof.
"Multifunctional House Na Skřivánku in Chotěboř"
Janáček, Jiří ; Procházka, Jiří (referee) ; Sobotka, Jindřich (advisor)
The main task of the diploma thesis is the elaboration of a project for the construction of a polyfunctional building Na Skřivánek in Chotěboř. The multifunctional house has one underground and 4 aboveground floors. On the underground floor there are premises serving as technical and storage facilities, on the ground floor there is designed two offices - general practitioner and pediatrician in the central part of the floor plan. In one of the outer tracts of the building there is a business area, designed for the operation of a travel agency. There is an apartment for barrier-free use on the ground floor. On the upper floors there is a total of 8 other apartment units ranging from 2 + kk to 2 atypical maisonettes in 3rd-4th floor. Each apartment unit, in addition to the barrier-free, is equipped with a balcony or terrace located on the south side. The basement part of the building is built of concrete slabs of lost formwork, the above-ground wall part of the Porotherm brick system is heat-insulated with a contact insulation system. Ceiling structures are made of pre-stressed Spiroll ceiling panels and filigree panels with superconducting. The roofing of the building is solved by a combination of a flat roof with a vegetation block with extensive green and saddle roofs with a continuous concealed dormer whose supporting function is provided by a wooden purlin roof truss.
The Hotel Velichovky
Kužela, Jan ; Pilný, Ondřej (referee) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
This diploma’s dissertation is on project of a new hotel building with three aboveground and one underground floors. This study starts at the building stage and focuses on the construction details and energy demands of the building. Also included is a fire safety solution for the new hotel building. The layout and architectural desing is according to the investor´s requirements, with respect to applicable laws, regulations, standards. Traditional materials are designed for the new building, taking into account the latest developments in the construction industry.

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