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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.
Spokojenost obyvatel v různých urbanistických strukturách
Matyášová, Jana
This study compares the results of a questionnaire survey focused on residential satisfaction. The survey was a part of the GA17-26104S project and was undertaken in five different residential areas in Brno. These residential areas were selected to represent different types of urban structures. The evaluation of the results of the questionnaire survey could thus contribute to explaining the relationship between urban structure and residential satisfaction.
Analýza volných prostorů brněnských panelových sídlišť
Kubínová, Šárka
The article discusses itemized dissertation on “Open space of prefab housing estates in Brno”. The aim of the thesis is to analyse and describe the unused premises of panel house estates in Brno and to create and valorise usable system of data and information (regarding chronological sequence). The obtained data and the entire dissertation can be used in planning and designing interventions in prefab housing estates and in other structures of residential areas, respectively, as part of a multi-criteria analysis of particular housing estates.
Urban study of development area city - Brno
Kavková, Veronika ; Kabela, Miloš (referee) ; Sátora, Josef (advisor)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to elaborate an area which belongs to one of the proposed development directions of Brno city. The area is located under the D1 highway adjacent to the confluence of Svratka and Svitava rivers in the Brno-jih district. There are two villages in the area – Dolní Heršpice and Přízřenice – which are surrounded by buildings of mainly business and industrial character. The objective of this work is to review the possibility of utilizing the defined area for living as the number of similar areas in Brno is decreasing. The result of the diploma thesis is an urbanistic idea outlining possible functional use of a large area covering 380 ha, and a thematic study of an urbanistic structure in a particularly defined part.
Brno Housing estates and their Urban Structure
Pecka, Lukáš ; Wittmann, Maxmilian (referee) ; Bacová, Andrea (referee) ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Poslušná, Iva (advisor)
There are roughly 70 000 flats in the city of Brno in housing estates built of various construction technology. Urban structure of such housing estates is thus a living condition for more than a third of Brno residents. The doctoral thesis offers a cohesive chronological overview of residential complexes in the area of the city of Brno, and deals with an analysis of their urban structure, with consideration of the circumstances of their origin.
Pedestrian movement in the city structure
Dokoupilová Pazderková, Kateřina ; Kyselka, Mojmír (referee) ; Sklenář, Vavřín (referee) ; Ing.arch.Jaroslav Tušer,CSc. (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (advisor)
The city was from the past the place where people were meeting together, living and creating together. Therefore the role of individuals – city inhabitants should growth in today´s anonymus times. The role of pedestrian as individual enabling direct contact face to face, individual communicating with surroundings, is becoming essential part of „vivid“ city. In order the city to be functional, it is necessary to concentrate human beings and events, only then the city is becoming city of people, city of place, city of moment. The difinition of city sustainability and viability should be measured by city capability to provide quality life conditions to its inhabitants. It includes mainly high quality of natural and artificial environments, good life and working conditions, people rights for housing, working, social service and infrastructure. It should also protect cultural identity of the city and allow the possibility to participace in the city decision-making. Line traffic influences in a large scale accruing Urban Sprawl, forms large transport distances and increases the transport necessity mostly by private cars. It is important to make efficient planning with the politics of innovating traffic systems, which will be able to reduce the transport needs. For the city sustainability we can claim that the pedestrian transport has the contribution in restricting the suburbanization, in recuding the portion of motor vehicles and in restricting the risks of spatial segregation. It is necessary to create cities where people can get around and meet, where different forms and functions are mixed together in that way, that there will be no abandon city centres and no monofunctional zones. It is importnat to rely on principle that the streets are a social space. No only a traffic space, but also a social space. To design quality system of connected, function and safe pedestrian roads between residential buildings and local destinations, so the buildings can offer views to the streets which increases not only the safety, but especially connects course of events of these two worlds. To forms vivid, vibrant city, where the pedestrian movement is the interlinking element in between constantly developing town and preserving the life inside the town, is an immense challenge to all of us.

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