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The new synagogue in Frýdek-Místek
Ňukovičová, Karin ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
This architectural study concerns designing a new synagogue in the city of Frýdek-Místek. In 1939, the original synagogue was burned down and subsequently demolished. The venue is currently known only from historical map records. Besides designing the new synagogue, the construction program also includes a kosher restaurant, an administrative space for the Jewish community, and a ritual bath Mikveh. The developed concept for the new estate is based on the functional needs of the individual parts and the estate's historical context. The design for the synagogue itself is based on Jewish history, culture, and symbolism.
New synagogue in Trutnov
Vtípilová, Jana ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
Diploma thesis deal with an architectural study of the New Synagogue in the city of Trutnov. The main aim of the thesis is the design the synagogue with the base of the Jewish community, a museum of a small size, a kosher restaurant and a mikvah for a religious ceremony. The main idea was to design a space used by members of the Jewish community in Trutnov. The synagogue is placed on the site of the former synagogue. The whole complex is divided into two objects. In the front part of the plot, there is an object set in the terrain, in which there is placed a stacker for cars, technical facilities, kosher restaurant, facilities of the Jewish community and museum. In the upper part of the plot there is a synagogue decorated by orthodox elements, beneath the synagogue is located the prayer hall with a mikveh rooms and technical facilities. Both buildings are integrated into the landcaping park. The layout of the buildings on the plot is designed to create a comprehensive environment, which is divided according to the individual operations serving the Jewish community and the public.
New synagogue Česká Lípa
Marečková, Andrea ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The diploma thesis is focused on the design of a new synagogue in Česká Lípa. The solved area is located close to the city center on the site where the original synagogue was burned down during Crystal Night. The boundary of the area is U Synagogy Street, on the north and south sides there are terraced buildings and on the east side there is an embankment with a first-class road. The area used to be behind the city walls, which no longer exist. The design of the synagogue in the Z-V axis and the connection to the U Synagogy road are also important in the design. The negative factor that affects the area, is the busy and dusty road located on the embankment, which creates a visual barrier and divides the city into several parts. For these reasons, the synagogue was located at the intersection of the adjacent streets and as far away from the busy road as possible. The other objects in the design are positioned so that they create a noise barrier and their windows are not turned to communicate. Thanks to the location of individual functions, an inner block was created in the middle of the solved area, intended for rest and meeting of people. The location of the kosher restaurant attracts its location from the adjacent U Synagogy street and at the same time it is turned into a quiet courtyard, where there is a small outdoor seating area. The office building and community center line the embankment on the east side, separating the busy road from the quiet courtyard. These buildings are also facing the courtyard and only the windows of the stairs or background are located on the facade to the road. In the southern part of the area, a ramp leading to an underground car park is proposed, which connects the administrative building with the community center. An important element of the design are the perforated panels located on the facade of the synagogue. The perforation is based on a Jewish star, these are equilateral triangles. Thanks to the perforated panels, privacy
New synagogue Jihlava
Bednařík, Adam ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The architectural study deals with the creation of a new synagogue in Jihlava, in the place of the original burned Jihlava synagogue from 1931 by German Nazis. The proposal works with the idea of restoring burned foundations, the walling wall and the incorporation of adjacent fortifications. One of the main ideas of the proposal is to work with contrast - closeness x openness. The principles of the project are based on the history of Jewish culture, its symbolism and the simplicity of urban and dispositional solutions. The proposal also deals with spaces for the Jewish community, kosher restaurant and mikveh. The Jewish Community Building provides administrative, teaching, community and museum space. At the same time, the project aims to create new links to the original design of the G.M Park and the public space where it would gain information on Judaism, the way of life of the Jewish community and their history.
New synagogue Jablonec nad Nisou
Janáková, Adéla ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the design of the new synagogue in Jablonec nad Nisou on Lipanská Street. In the past, there used to be a synagogue for more than 280 believers that was located in the area which is being considered. The synagogue was burned down by Nazi Germany in 1938, during Kristallnacht. Today, it is a public space, public parking and a memorial to the victims of the Holocaust. The goal of the design is to create a new synagogue, the primary location of the Jewish community including the administration with the rabbinate, a community center, a study room and a library of Jewish literature, multi-purpose spaces, a kosher restaurant for community members and the general public, a kosher food store, a museum of Jewish culture and a mikveh ritual bath. The objects will be used for members of the Jewish community and at the same time for the education of the general public and academics. The construction of the building complex is located in an area with relatively challenging terrain. The key moment was dealing with the setting of the building on a steep slope and at the same time designing the correct operation of the individual buildings. The location of the kosher restaurant attracts the public from the adjacent Lipanská street, and at the same time it is also located in the quiet part towards the south. Its sales area is two-storey, so it also extends to the level of the lower floor open to the river. There is a quiet zone between the restaurant and museum buildings - summer outdoor seating, or museum exhibition. The museum is also situated along the adjacent street, where the main entrance to the building is located. The facade of the museum is characterized by an alternation of convex and arched windows towards the inside, which open into the elevated exhibition hall. Objects should radiate minimalism and purity. Therefore, light shades of colors were chosen. In the upper part, the facades are covered with white stucco plaster. In the part of the ground floor, a motif of flutes pointing vertically towards the sky was designed using shaped plaster in a shade of light gray.
New synagogue in Opava
Bartošová, Monika ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The thesis deals with the design of a new synagogue in Opava. The location is defined on the site of a former synagogue near the city behind no longer existing city walls, as was typical for the location of Jewish communities. The site of the original fortification is now largely taken by a strip of urban orchards, with the historic building of the Breda department store as the imaginary ending. The fact that the intended location adjoins these orchards played an important role in the design proposal. Another important factor entering the design proposal was the surrounding block of flats. From these input factors, the concept of arranging the territory was created, resulting in creating a semi-open block towards the green circular belt, in which the solitary building of the new synagogue is located in its central location. The building of the community center completing the existing block of flats forms rather the background for this synagogue. The concept of the synagogue building itself did not result from a particular symbol, but rather from abstraction that I perceive as typical of religious belief, because even the Holy Scripture is merely an interpretation of certain events that everyone can imagine differently when reading or interpreting them. The object of the synagogue is thus levitated in a cloud changing according to the angle of view. It is more or less obvious – is or is not. The overlap of the designed building resides in the further placement of the columns forming the cloud at important points of the city. On the pillars we can find Jewish verses in both languages, which font becomes bright after dark.
The new synagogue in Frýdek-Místek
Hanousek, Ondřej ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The thesis deals with a hypothetical project of a new building complex of a synagogue, a kosher restaurant and a community centre at the location of the former synagogue in Frýdek. The proposal includes a memorial of the destroyed synagogue and Jewish community, as well as the incorporation of the complex into the urban structure of the city. The project proposes a building distributed into three volumes. The restaurant and community centre are connected by an underground garage within a U-shaped floor plan. The buildings are axially symmetrical, white, with expressive rhythmical perforations of the facade. They surround the building of the synagogue in the shape of a seven-sided pyramid, which is clad with blue tempered steel and creates a strong contrast with the associated buildings. The whole complex is oriented towards the park and the chateau in Frýdek, from which it is clearly visible and thanks to its distinct volumetric and material expression and axially symmetrical composition creates a new landmark for the city.
New synagogue in Trutnov
Mydlár, Lukáš ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is design of an architectural study of the New synagogue in Trutnov. The first synagogue on this location was destroyed in 1938. Only the foundation system of the first synagogue have been preserved. This architectural study creates space for the recovery of the Jewish community in Trutnov. The Jewish community needs space for daily and spiritual life. The buliding program is therefore divided into two main objects. The synagogue with a prayer room and a mikveh is located on same place as the first synagogue. The preserved foundation system of the first synagogue creates a barrier from the sloping terrain for the new synagogue. This creates a symbiosis of the original and the new. The community center contains spaces for education, administration, catering and celebrations. The location of the community center respects the original villas, which are located close.
New synagogue Česká Lípa
Pitis, Dimitrios ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis is an architectural study of the new synagogue in Česká Lípa. The proposed solution aims to create a complex which serves the local Jewish community and other visitors. The building contains the temple itself, including a mikveh, community administration, workshop space, lecture hall, library, kosher restaurant, and underground parking. The original synagogue was located in the defined area. The design consists of a clear geometry, which creates an open courtyard, in which the almond tree associated with the Tu Tu-shvat holiday is symbolically planted. The courtyard creates a quiet and welcoming space, which is isolated from the negative effects of the surrounding environment. The building is divided into three parts - the synagogue itself, the administrative background of the Jewish community and a kosher restaurant. The shape of the synagogue differs from the rest of the complex. It consists of a rectangular shape that ends in a semicircle. Its entire volume is oriented to the east and is rotated against to the rest of the building and its mass partially encloses the courtyard. The temple space is illuminated by a window that runs around the entire temple. The semicircular shape is further copied into the interior, where it flows smoothly into the gallery. The overall geometry of the space is supported by a circular bima, above which is hung a chandelier made of gilded steel construction and crystal glass. The tract of the restaurant has a concrete slab, which creates a lee for the entrance and at the same time covers the outdoor terrace. The windows are placed at regular intervals to promote the overall dignity of the designed building. The design also includes a fountain and a memorial to the burnt-out synagogue. The monument is in the northern part next to the synagogue and its mass defines the imaginary boundary of public and semi-public space.
New synagogue Jablonec nad Nisou
Gorčák, Lukáš ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the design of a new synagogue in Jablonec nad Nisou. The construction should be an impetus for the return of Jewish traditions and culture to the city of Jablonec nad Nisou. In addition to the synagogue, the buildings also include spaces for the Jewish community and the general public. The building program envisages the design of a synagogue, on the ground floor of which is located the ritual purification bath of the mikveh, then the administrative premises of the Jewish community, a community center with a library, a classroom and a lecture hall, a public part in the form of a kosher restaurant, and a museum with an exhibition space dedicated to Judaism. An integral part of the design is an outdoor public space that offers the possibility of recreation and spending free time. The location of the synagogue has a strong connection with the place of worship of the original burned down synagogue in Jablonec nad Nisou. Spreading awareness and preventing the spread of anti-Semitism is very important to the Jewish community. The building of the synagogue is located in a lucrative area in close proximity to the city center, near an important water feature, the river Lužická nisa. The attractiveness of the area is also complemented by good transport accessibility, especially from the nearby bus station and train station. Good accessibility is also ensured for car and bicycle transport. The individual buildings are designed in a minimalist way, so that they disturb the original historical buildings as little as possible, especially from the period of Art Nouveau and historicism. The form is three imaginary blocks. One separate synagogue is embedded in the slope where the original burned down synagogue was located. Next, two blocks connected to each other by a neck, which are turned towards each other in such a way as to respect the street line and at the same time open up the public space by the river. The facades of individual buildings are finished with concrete screed plaster. The color of the individual buildings is connected with the decoration of the original burned down synagogue. The pure concrete appearance of the synagogue enhances the importance of the sacral space and leaves the possibility of accentuating the decorative brass facade with perforated ornament. The administration and community center building is decorated in yellow tones. The building, which includes a museum and a restaurant, is painted red.

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