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Architecture of a contemporary house in Beskydy
Mrva, Kamil ; Žabičková, Ivana (referee) ; Peřinková, Martina (referee) ; Rak, Milan (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
The thesis deals with the issue of architecture of a contemporary single-family house in The Beskydy region. In the introduction of the thesis The Beskydy region as well as the document of the Protected landscape area of Beskydy (Chráněná krajinná oblast - CHKO Beskydy) are described. In recent years the above mentioned topic has been discussed a lot among the architects and designers of the region. Current architecture in the CHKO Beskydy has been stagnating for years due to the fact that in this region quality architecture of a little higher level will always necessarily be in conflict with the devastating policy of the CHKO Beskydy. The objective of the thesis is to specify rules that need to be observed when creating a contemporary single-family house in the Beskydy region. The design as well as the realization of a single-family house in Prostřední Bečva serves to experimentally verify the thesis. This thesis, including the analysis of the obtained data, collecting information, technical examination and authorized expert opinions, has performed as an important part of the engineering process leading to the approval of architectural projects from the institutions of the state administration.
Vitality in the architectonic environment
Eyer, David ; Horáček, Martin (referee) ; Hudec, Mojmír (referee) ; Kyselka, Mojmír (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (advisor)
More and more research studies are being conducted on the quality of architectural space as a factor affecting our mental, social and physical health. In the past, this topic was often overlooked in its complexity. The establishment of the specialized fields of building biology, biophilic architecture and the works of Christopher Alexander and Nikos Salingaros now allow us to consider various facets of this subject. This dissertation aims to analyse the topic of vitality in architectural space by studying the abilities and perceptions of its users. Therefore its aim is not to develop a new theory of “vitality-enhancing architectural space”, but to describe how this phenomenon is perceived by the users themselves. Users can provide feedback on which features of architectural space they see as the most important for the feeling of vitality. These features have been hierarchically organized based on their perceived importance, analysed and described in detail to allow their relatively easy application in practice. This dissertation will also allow a comparison with other existing works on the studied topic.
Relationship typology and structural system
Čechová, Pavla ; Budkeová, Branislava (referee) ; Doc.Ing.Ladislav Klusáček,CSc. (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (referee) ; Poslušná, Iva (advisor)
utilization of current structures, concrete buildings, system of concrete buildings T06B, spank, portative parts of the structure, structure modifications, model of the solution
The Essence of earthen Architecture in the Czech Republic
Bažík, Lenka ; Pifko,, Henrich (referee) ; Novotný,, Martin (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (advisor)
For ten thousand years people have used earthen building material in their homes and in just the last hundred years advanced society has gradually turned away from it due to the development of modern technology. Earth is currently of little use as a building material, but it is gradually increasing with the importance of sustainability. Earth has its place in contemporary modern architecture and this is what this work tries to point out. The research is based on the assumption that each building material gravitates with its properties, composition and also the knowledge of the builder to create a certain space. Different building materials define different spaces, different construction uses and different details. This research defined the network of knowledge with the central themes of the essence of earthen architecture by the method of grounded theory and subsequently applied the theory in the design of a model case. The proposed small structure represents an ideal rendering of the space from a single material on the basis of acquired and known information about this material. It has massive earthen walls, which man created himself and it provides him the shelter. The shelter rises smoothly from the ground, its main source, it has soft round features, which were created by the touch of human hands, and when it expires, it naturally merges with the ground again.
Earthen surfaces in contemporary architecture
Šmardová, Kateřina ; Prof.Ing.arch.Jiří Škabrada (referee) ; Suske, Petr (referee) ; Ing.arch.Zuzana Kierulfová (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (advisor)
The theme of this thesis are surfaces made of unburned earth and used in architecture. The thesis focuses mainly on detailed mapping and analysis of the present state. However, it does not omit the historical roots of earthen surfaces in the area of today`s Czech Republic. In these roots it looks for connections with contemporary practice. The thesis deduces conclusions from thorough evaluation of the present situation – it shows perspectives and possible drift of the future development of earthen surfaces. Both in the field of architecture and in areas broadening this field.
Interaction of architecture with geomagnetic field
Holá, Magda ; Ing.David Eyer (referee) ; RNDr.Eleonora Čermáková (referee) ; Menšíková, Naděžda (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (advisor)
With the application of new technological trends and principles of scientific research in general, places on environmental influences (everything what surrounds human - building interior and exterior materials, urban areas) and also with sustainable development and ecology, etc., and on health and psychological well-being humans and thus puts on architecture and building entirely new demands on the application of new principles. Due to global climate change, which recently published the official report of the International Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), are placed on reducing the emissions into the atmosphere greater demands on. If architects previously were requested by the client, building with optimal solutions and functional expression of aesthetic quality, so now in addition to increasing demand on building´s solution with low power consumption using environmentally friendly materials from renewable resources and completely satisfying idea of sustainable development. Global societal trends is reverting to the traditional approaches to creating an environment (the application of natural materials, Feng Shui, Building Biology, etc.). The growing trend in today's society on issues of sustainable development, conservation of natural conditions, examining the effects of construction on human health and psychological well-being, which the aims bring together experts seemingly unrelated fields such as geophysics, medicine, architecture, civil engineering, etc., and their findings, according to aspects of the disciplines draw general rules of healthy living. Emerging and still evolving field aims to examine the relationship between man and his environment. The logical starting point is therefore in the context of examining the structure of the first dwelling. Buildings where people spend at least one third of their life. Building, whose location, orientation, mass, materials used in building itself as well as those that surround people in the interior, and many others will affect the physical and physiological action. Not only health but also mental well-being of man is as much determined by a whole range of relationships and linkages. Structural system guidelines for healthy living is the main reason of the work, clear what assumptions we have taken into account in the design and how it specifically relates to a quality place to rest – the Geomagnetic field is one of the base point, which lead to healthy living. Interaction of architecture and geomagnetic field and their values are processed in the evaluation system. It would lead to clarification of the relationship between the occurrence of these anomalies and building materials, construction, site selection for construction of buildings and other solutions. I will desribing the relationship between human´s health and the incidence of these artificial or natural anomalies at the same time.
Reconstruction of earth buildings in Haná region
Karasová, Alena ; Kyselka, Mojmír (referee) ; Hudec, Mojmír (referee) ; Mgr.Matuzsková Jitka,Ph.D. (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (advisor)
The current state of earth building in Czeh Republic is described in this work. The results are based on a research made in several villages. Reconstruction of traditional countryside building made from unburned earth should be made very sensitive with respect to architectural and technical solution and in accordance with environmental requirements and wishes of investor.
Evaluation of objects in Kurial's archive in the area of Uherské Hradiště /extended to include listed objects/
Korčáková, Alžběta ; Mgr.Dr.Jitka Matuszková (referee) ; Ing.arch.Dušan Riedl,CSc. (referee) ; Ledinská, Jarmila (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (advisor)
The goal of this doctoral thesis is to map and evaluate the current situation of folk architecture in the region around the city of Uherské Hradiště on the example of selected villages. Later, these findings will be compared with the archive of prof. Antonin Kurial. The text has been extended to include currently listed buildings and output of this work is a new catalogue of buildings of folk architecture in the above mentioned region.
Economic and social limits of the use of earth in architecture. Role of education.
Neumayerová, Eva ; Novotný, Martin (referee) ; Pifko,, Henrich (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (advisor)
Earth as a building material was known for centuries and widely used in traditional construction. But during the social and economic development, it was gradually replaced by industrially produced materials with more stable mechanical properties. In many countries, the tradition of using earth in buildings had practically disappeared for a long time. In recent decades, the awareness of earth as a building material has increased, especially due to the growing interest of society in healthy living and the quality of the living environment. Despite its many advantages, earth is still not a commonly used building material. What is the position of earth in current construction and does earth have the potential for the future to be more than an alternative and experimental material? What is limiting the development of the use of earth in constructions? This work examines the limits of the use of earth in architecture in the social, economic and cultural context. It analyzes various approaches and ways of using earth in architecture, determines the level of public awareness and the availability of vocational education and examines the situation of the construction market and legislative restrictions in the implementation process. Based on the findings of the survey, this work defines important conditions and possible ways of further development of the use of earth in construction. The content of this thesis is to contribute to the current topic of the development of architecture using traditional materials and materials from renewable resources.
Specifics of building design from recycled building materials
Dobrovolný, Petr ; Pifko, Henrich (referee) ; Innemanová,, Petra (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (advisor)
Nowadays, the developed societies increasingly adhere to the ideas of sustainability, which also include the issues of raw material intensity and waste management. EU countries declare their intention to move towards so-called circular economy, where production, consumption, waste management and the market of secondary raw materials function in predominantly closed cycles. Due to its high share of raw material consumption and the amount of waste generated, the construction industry is one of the priority sectors in which these changes should take place. Consequently, the interest in recycling of construction and demolition waste will probably grow. This thesis examines the chosen topic from the architect's point of view. The issue of recycling of building materials is dealt with in the context of contemporary construction industry. The introductory part describes main material flows: the most used building materials, the method of waste management and the possibilities of its further use. The relationships between the design of the building and the production of construction waste are defined. The issue of building with recycled building materials is handled in more detail. In the main part, the design of a model object made of recycled building materials is elaborated. The individual building structures are analyzed in terms of the suitability of the use of recycled building materials and waste management after the end of a lifecycle of the building and a comparison is made with alternative structures made of conventional building materials. At the end of the work, an evaluation of the usability of recycled building materials in building structures and their economic potential is performed. There is also an evaluation of the specifics of working with recycled building materials in the design of the building.

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