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Porta Coeli complex - new use of selected objects
Ovsak, Artem ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The subject of the master's thesis was the development of an architectural study and proposal for the new utilization of historical buildings in the Porta Coeli complex in Předklášteří near Tišnov. The complex consists of several buildings, but the focus of the work was on the key ones. Currently, three sisters reside in the monastery, utilizing the first and second quadratures and having access to the monastery garden. The third quadrature is used by volunteer groups who assist in the maintenance of the monastery and occasionally contribute to the production of local products such as must, preserves, and honey. One floor of this quadrature has already been reconstructed. In the future, the space of the former laundry is planned to be utilized as accommodation for employees, with a change in its function to a production area being implemented as part of the project. The former sheepfold will be transformed into a multifunctional space intended for various types of events. Currently serving as a sawmill, it is economically most advantageous for the monastery council. The reconstructed former granary will have accommodation functions, and its location near the water increases its attractiveness and generates investment interest in its reconstruction. The design also includes the placement of an amphitheater on the slope next to the granary and sheepfold. The utilization concept shows that these two structures will be closely interconnected, and the amphitheater, along with the modified space, will serve as a meeting place for various events, such as weddings, conferences, or celebrations. An important aspect is that the shape of the amphitheater will follow the slope, helping to perceive the space, surroundings, and allowing visitors an uninterrupted view of nature. As part of the work, an extension to the second quadrature was also proposed, intended to serve the staff of a future rehabilitation center. The concept focuses on utilizing the second quadrature as a rehabilitation center for athletes and ordinary visitors. The center includes short-term accommodation, a dining area, medical offices, and facilities for the staff. The connection with nature, peaceful location, and aesthetic and mental harmony contribute to the faster recovery of visitors. The former carriage house is currently used as sanitary facilities, while most of the building remains unused. Preliminary plans consider its future use either as a smaller production space or as a storage facility for the purposes of the museum and the monastery. An extensive intervention in the restoration of the forecourt of the former sheepfold will be carried out. Various elements will be placed here, such as a labyrinth and other recreational zones. The design also included modifications to the outdoor space, the creation of new parking capacities, and reinforced surfaces.
Architectural study of the sacred building and the Salesian community center in Brno - Líšeň
Kręželoková, Tereza ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
The assignment of the diploma thesis is the design of the Church of the Holy Spirit and at the same time a community center for the Salesians in Brno - Líšno. The Salesians are a Christian congregation that is especially dedicated to the education of the youth. Salesians have been active in Líšn since 1995, when the Salesian Youth Center began to be established here. The local community of believers currently does not have a church here that would meet the capacity requirements, the believers celebrate services in the gymnasium of the Salesian Youth Center. The goal of my work is to design a church where believers can celebrate services with dignity, and also a community center where the local community of people can meet and create community. The proposal also includes a rectory with apartments and facilities for priests. The land intended for construction is located in close proximity to the Salesian Youth Center. It lies on an elevated site in a rather sloping terrain. To the north of the property there is a polyclinic building. The surrounding development consists of panel apartment buildings, often with a height of up to eight floors. The shape of the building is based on the urban layout. The external plan shape of the building is rectangular and it is installed parallel to the building of the polyclinic and to the road. An ellipse is cut into the rectangle - the inner atrium. The elliptical floor plan of the church is inscribed in the atrium. The proposed building is divided into individual functional units: the Church of the Holy Spirit, the church grounds, the community center and the rectory. The church has an ellipse in plan and is lit only from above by means of skylights. These skylights symbolize the light of the Holy Spirit, coming from above. The interior of the church is defined by 24 columns. The church's facilities include a sacristy, a conference room, sanitary facilities and operational premises. An internal atrium is proposed between the community center and the church, around which the community center corridor leads. The community center includes a social hall for 120 people, which can be divided into two rooms with the help of a mobile partition, as well as a classroom, clubhouse and facilities. On the 2nd floor there are two priests' apartments and facilities for priests, which include a kitchen, library, offices and a chapel. The dominant element of the design is the tower, which serves as a belfry. A church courtyard will be created in front of the church, where seating, a water feature and also bicycle sheds are planned. At the staircase on the south side of the property, residential stairs will be created. The design also includes the modification of the surrounding green areas.
Porta Coeli complex - new use of selected objects
Prátová, Kateřina ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The thesis focuses on a design of restoration of the Porta Coeli monastery complex in the municipality of Předklášteří, a unique and valuable place with a rich history and spiritual character. The current and historic purpose of the site is monastic life, which is now in decline and in danger of being completely lost. Large parts of the site, including historic buildings, are unused and unfortunately in a dilapidated state. The site offers visitors only limited opportunities such as a visit to the museum, guided tours or Sunday Mass in the church. However, the site has enormous recreational, rehabilitation and spiritual potential which the new design seeks to develop. Based on the existing condition and use analyses, the buildings and areas were selected for further development. Mainly a granary, a sheepfold, a coach house, the second quadrangle and an old laundry. Design of the granary and the sheepfold is developed in more detail. The construction program of the design respects the currently implemented and upcoming plans and intentions in the area. Targeted buildings have a diverse typology and functional content, which are thematically linked to create a coherent complex focused on wedding ceremonies, cultural activities and other social events.
Rugby Club Bystrc - Brno
Poláková, Marie ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis theme is a building of the Rugby Club in Brno-Bystrc in the details of the design study and documentation for the building permit, based on an architectural study developed within the subject AG032 – Public buildings. The aim of the project was to design a multi-purpose sports center in accordance with the investor's requirements, which will be used for local rugby players, and also be open to the public. The existing RCB building is located near Jakuba Obrovského Street near the residential settlement on the west side and the bank of the Svratka River on the east side. It is a very fragmented one-storey building, which the members of the club built themselves. The rugby players' movement in Brno itself boasts perhaps the longest history in the Czech Republic, and since its foundation in 1926, it has featured a number of famous names, such as the writer Ondřej Sekora. The current members are very much based on everything they have managed on their own and are proud of their club. Therefore, I decided to keep the mass of the existing building and use its characteristically fragmented form as a springboard for my design and also as a reference to the famous history of the club. Above this original mass, I build a mass that is completely different in shape and material, in order to achieve a contrast that will be limited to the original and thus complete the overall appearance of the building.
Kindergarten FUTURUM
Pašková, Štěpánka ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
The aim of this baleror thesis is a design a new building of the Kindergarten FUTURUM in Brno – district. Catadral area of Stránice. The Kindergarten is on the common plot of the Cyril and Methodius grammar school and secondary vocational school. The area of interes tis located in the southern part of the plot. The building is connected on the north side to the courtyard of the grammar school, which is accessible on Lerchova Street. On the west side is accessible on Havlíčkova Street. The building contains the operation of two full-fledged classrooms with a maximum number of 24 children with their own preparation kitchen, laundry, technical and administrative facilities. The surroundings of kindergarten are designed as a garden with a playground and vegetables garden.The single-storey partially basement kindergarten building has a flat vegetation roof. A simple floor plan of two rectangular shapes copies the shape of the plot. By setting it on a sloping terrain, the basement part and the high-rice department od the private part od the kindregarten and its garden will be easily accessible. The building is divided into two rectangular masses with different heights of the attic and type of facade. The larger mas sis dispositionally solved by a central hygienic and service block which connects two axially symmetrical dipositions of two classes. The smaller mass attached from the west side contains the administrative background. Both substances have their own input. The central block is connected to the basement where is all the technical facilities. The lower mass consist of a ventilated facade with wooden slatted cladding. The higher mas sis made of the ETICS systém with a white exterior facade plaster. The materials connect the entrance portals in the opposite materials solution.
Favorit Brno / cycling stadium - bicross track / architectural study - design / stage 2021/22
Nováková, Lucie ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
The assignment of the diploma thesis is an architectural study of a cycling stadium - velodrome in the Pisárky district in Brno for TJ Favorit Brno. The existing velodrome is located southwest on the edge of the Brno Exhibition Center on Křížovského Street. The Velodrome no longer meets the current requirements of track cycling, but it is historically valuable and has its genius loci. The new 250 m long wooden bike track (together with other parameters of the International Cycling Union) and its associated sports grounds are "inserted" into the existing velodrome, which is modified and reconstructed according to requirements. The grandstands have been preserved. The built-in building with a new track is then completely roofed, creating an enclosed space. As part of the stadium reconstruction, a new facility was also created for TJ Favorit Brno from a modular container system; These are changing rooms for athletes, administrative areas, and facilities for visiting clubs and athletes and IP areas. The container construction system for sports facilities is very practical, economical, fast, environmentally friendly, variable, and flexible to the current requirements of a constantly evolving sport. The Anteroom and ground floor in the southern part of the existing velodrome is equipped with services for the public: a cafe, souvenir shop, cash register, information center, service, and a bicycle and sports equipment store. The new track with grandstands is covered with ETFE foil anchored to new lattice trusses, which are connected to the existing roof.
Visions for Krnov
Španiller, Jiří ; Boleslavská, Yvona (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
The aim of this work is an urban and architectural solution of a forgotten plot-brownfield in the center of Krnov. There is a library, a town hall and a public open courtyard with a water surface.
Living on the outskirts of the city
Brabcová, Eliška ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis follows on from the courses “Studio creation AG 032” and “Complex project AG 036”. The main theme of the bachelor's thesis is the design of a residential building on the outskirts of the city Brno. The corner plot is situated on the very edge of the Líšeň district, near to the Mariánské údolí valley. The building is located in the northern part of the plot, in the southern part there is a garden. The main entrance to the plot is from Ondráčkova Street. The entrance to the underground garages is from the side road. A significant element of the building's concept is an exterior staircase. The staircase is used not only as a vertical communication, but also as a design element of the facade. The staircase is situated on the northern facade of the building. Considering cardinal directions, north facing orientation of the staircase is ideal. The floor plan of the building is regular, rectangular in shape. The building is not divided in any way, only in certain places the material is appropriately removed in order to create loggias. Each apartment has its own loggia, except for the “1+KK” (one bedroom apartment with kitchenette) on the 2nd floor. Each apartment on the ground floor has a secured terrace, which is accessible from the living room. It is a four-storey residential building. The upper floors are used for living, there is a total of 6 housing units of various sizes, including one duplex. The basement is used to access the house – collective garage, cellar, utility room and cleaning room.
Architectural study of the sacral object Brno - Líšeň / second stage
Simonova, Hanna ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
The main theme of the diploma is the design of a new Roman Catholic church and parish within the framework of the construction of a panel residential complex in Nový Líšeň in Brno. Due to the fact that Salesian children and youth workers came to the area in 1990, it became necessary to build a church and a Salesian youth center. This proposal is based on an analysis of the urban context. The church is surrounded by prefabricated houses next to a school, a health clinic, a shopping center, and a Salesian youth center in a gently sloping area facing south with the dominant Palava hills.
Architectural study of the sacral object Brno - Líšeň / second stage
Prokopová, Kateřina ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis is the elaboration of the design of a new sacral building in Brno-Líšeň. The church building is complemented by a spiritual center with facilities. The church is to serve not only the contemporary Salesian community, but also to be open to a wider circle of believers. It is a slightly sloping plot in the middle of a panel building between the polyclinic building and the building of the Salesian Youth Center (= Salesko). Salesko is a non-profit organization whose mission is to accompany children and young people on their journey to adulthood and contribute to their physical, mental and spiritual development. The center builds on the preventive pedagogical system of Don Bosco, the founder of the Salesians. The idea is based on the main essence of the Salesians - home, family background, community. The design processes several interconnected operations into one complete unit with a common entrance atrium. The floor plan of the objects imitates the letter U, which means openness to the surrounding world, while also providing a certain background - safety. The buildings are single-storey, only the liturgical space itself, formed by a circular floor plan, forms a dominant dominant with a bell tower. Part of the design is the solution of parking spaces and free outdoor areas. From the urban point of view, emphasis is placed on walking accessibility, at the same time barrier-free access and use of the building is ensured.

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