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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.
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
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 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 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 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.

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