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Energy assessment of HVAC systems in a family house
Prchalová, Nicol ; Bečkovský, David (referee) ; Rubina, Aleš (advisor)
The subject of the master‘s thesis is acomprehensive analysis of the thermal technical properties of building structure an energy evaluation performed on a real family house through the energy performance certificate of the building. Next design and assess mesures that will improve the energ prameters of the assessed family house. The evaluation is based on processed passport of architectural and architectural solution and focus of partial HVAC systems.
Office building, Moravská Nová Ves
Trčková, Michaela ; Bečkovská, Tereza (referee) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
The aim of this Master’s project is to develop a design documentation for the building permission of a two-storey office building located in Moravská Nová Ves. On the ground floor there are four offices or shops for rent. The first floor is reserved for a café or a bistro. There is also a part of the building which is used as a utility room. The first part of this project is the structural and architectural design of the building. The structural system is the combination of the RC frame and steel frame with steel roof structure. The facade system was designed as a semi structural mullion/transom curtain wall. A part of the ground floor is roofed by a walkable flat roof and semi-intensive green roof. The main roof is pitched roof with an insulation over rafters. The second part of my master thesis is dedicated to building services design. The building is heated by a heat pump and the system of warm water floor heating. There were also used smart led lightening, photovoltaics and rainwater treatment. In the last part, I did research in green walls, and I have made an evaluation how do they effect interior clime and which other benefits do they bring.
Coworking Špitálka
Chomová, Štěpánka ; Bečkovská, Tereza (referee) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
The main aim of my diploma project is to design an office building. The diploma project is divided into three parts. The first part consists of architectural and structural design. The main mass of the building is a four-store block with receding floors, creating outdoor terraces. There is also an adjacent bistro next the co-working spaces. The structural framework is designed from reinforced concrete columns combined with beams. The building is clad in the EnviLOP system, which is a lightweight pre-cast panel-type wood-based curtain wall. The second part consists of a study of the building services. Heating and cooling systems are provided by a cascade of heat pumps ground-to-water with distribution system of activated ceilings. Heat for HVAC and for hot water is being provided by heat exchanger station. There are photovoltaic panels in the railings of the receding floors. Rainwater is being collected and used for watering green roofs. The third part, deals with the determination of runoff coefficients for extensive green roofs. Overall, four different roof assemblies were measured and evaluated using the method according to the FLL (2018) guideline.
Production buildings, Production of aquariums in Brno
Starý, Tadeáš ; Klement, Miloš (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor thesis was designing a new industrial object and creating structural part of design documentation for a production hall in Brno Horní-Heršpice. This object is based on a architectural study made as part of subject AG035. Horní Heršpice is a city district located at southern side of Brno. At the plot there are few small buildings in desolate conditions, which are intended for demolition. Car service building in the eastern side of plot is preserved in my design. Architectural conception was to creace three graduating masses. Every mass has its own internal function – administrative building, production hall with a crane and production hall with storage facilities. Toghether they create one functional unit. From office hall emerges glazed exhibition space. Its load-bearing structure is made of subtle glass beams. This space represents aquarium. Skeletal structural system is made from precast concrete elements. For facade are used white sandwich facade panels. Roof panels at halls create gable roof. Administrative building has green terrace. To break the symmetry is used polygonal water feature. Above the water there is glass artwork and pier. Object is meant to represent company akvária-Pavlica with its elegance, minimalism and present technologies, used to create aquariums, in structural details.
Production of aquariums in Brno
Molčanová, Viktorie ; Obrtlík,, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor’s thesis was to develop project documentation for the study of aquariums production for the company called Akvária Pavlica, which was developed within the subject AG035 Studio of Architectural Creation - Production Buildings, in the 3rd year of the bachelor’s study. Due to its business successes, the company needed to build new production capacities and decided to locate the new headquarters in Brno, in the cadastral area of Horní Heršpice, where the surrounding buildings on the south side consist mainly of indoor industrial buildings. The bachelor thesis contains documentation for building permits and implementation documentation. The land is registered as a brownfield, is intended for industrial production, and is connected to Sokolova Street. It is a slightly sloping terrain falling to the north. A part of the former Elplast’s factory building is still situated in the south, which, however, will be demolished. The new building consists of four units. The first consists of an exhibition space and an entrance hall, which is followed by another part with facilities for employees and administration. The third is a carpentry with some storage facilities and technical facilities. The fourth and the largest part represents the production hall. There is an exterior staircase and a barrier-free ramp in front of the entrance from Sokolova Street. There is also a parking lot around the building, paved areas for handling truck vehicles, paved areas for pedestrians and new greenery.
Production buildings, Production of aquariums in Brno
Chytilová, Markéta ; Maar, Radek (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
To commence, the main theme of this paper was to design a newly built manufacture of the Aquarium Pavlica Company. This business is specialized in the production of aquariums, which are designed for the interiors of homes and general public buildings. The main foundation for the project is an architectural study paper which was done in modules AG035 - Architectonics Studio and AG036 - The Complex Project. The design of the object is situated in a slightly slopping land in Brno, Horní Heršpice, Sokolova Street. Currently, the land is registered as a brownfield by Brno City Municipality. There is one small building on the land, which is planned to be demolished. The entrance to the site is located to the North Side - from the main road. In addition to this, the entrance is barrier free and easy to access. The front side of the designed object is parallel with the road on Sokolova Street. The main requirement was to create a convenient setting for the manufacture along with the social administrative facilities. As well as that, the requirement was to create space for a permanent exposition. The designed manufacturing object is divided into numerous separate parts. The building consists of an entryway, permanent exhibition, convenient facilities for visitors as well as facilities for the employees, which are all located on the first floor. The administrative section of the building is located on the second floor, along with the offices and a terrace. The two floors are connected by a stairway and an elevator that is barrier free. The manufacturing part of the building consists of two separate units. Firstly, it is the hall for the manufacture of the aquariums, which is equipped with a crane rail. Secondly, it is the carpentry. The flat green roofs will cover the whole building. In addition, the two floor part of the building is designed with a white fasade, and the manufacturing part of the building is designed with facade in a tone of gray. Additionally, large
Production of aquariums Brno Pavlica
Chrobák, Milan ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
This bachelors final project is based on an atelier project of the sixth semester of the bachelors study program of architecture of civil engineering. This project is based on the original design. The task was to design an object suitable for production and show of large-sized interior aquarias made by company PAVLICA Akvária, originaly located in Uherský Ostroh, and its administration. The plot, where the object has to be located, is labeled as brownfield no. 0811. This area is situated in Horní Heršpice, Brno. Designed object respects the surrounding terrain and copies it with its staging volume. The building is reflecting personal and profesional approach of the company to every contract. The building is two-storey. On its ground floor, there is situated showroom for presetation of company and for event happenings. On the second floor, there is administration offices, staff facilities, support areas, production itself including stock.
Production buildings, Production of aquariums in Brno
Drápela, Jan ; Maar, Radek (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
This bachelor thesis aims to design a new building for manufacturing aquariums with part for administration and public part in Horní Heršpice. This project is based on a study made on a subject named AG035. Horní Heršpice is Brno city district located in the south part of the city. The building plot is located on the street Sokolova. The building plot has an irregular rectangular shape without major restrictions. The building can be visually divided into two parts – lower one front with public part and administration and higher part with production hall. The front part is partially sunk below ground level which brings it closer to passing visitors and offers views from the aquarium. Compared to other buildings it is clad with yellow corrugated facade panels. The entrance hall opens to visitors and provides separate entrances to the exhibition space in one part and administrative space in the other part. The second building is significantly higher clad in bright color panels. From one side there is an embedded lower part with support areas with yellow cladding. The buildings gradually rise. Both buildings are connected with a glazed corridor. One of the primary tasks of the design is to create a well-organized and collision-free space. The building is divided into two different hight levels and has no cellar. A structural system of administrative part is a cast-in-place concrete structure, the production hall with support areas is from precast concrete frame.
Production of aquariums Brno Pavlica
Čadová, Veronika ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is a design of an industrial building for the Akvária Pavlica company. The design deals with documentation for obtaining a building permit and documentation of construction. The project is based on a previously developed architectural study for the subject AG035 and contruction study for the subject AG036. The assigned building parcel is located in the west part of Brno Horní Heršpice and slopes slightly to the north side. The parcel is situated near the local road of the Sokolova street. The main access to the parcel is also from the same street. The layout design of the plot contains a parking lot for employees and visitors, an seperated area for trucks and a garden area. At the moment the parcel mostly fits into the brownfields. The design of the new building consists of 3 functional units - exhibition space/showroom, facilities for administration and production space. The basic idea was to separate the units for the public from employees and vice versa. For this reason, the production and exhibition unit is located in "stand-alone" functioning units. The administration is located on them as the 2nd floor. That creates a walk - through area to the garden and the main entrance to the building. The construction system is a steel frame structure based on the reinforced concrete step footing foundations covered by flat and sloped roofs. The steel frame structure is supplemented by Ytong blocks. The Trimoterm vertical panels are used throughout the building as a facade covering. The mainly used materials for construction are steel, glass, concrete and metal. The main aim of the design was to create a well-functioning spatially separated but overall compact space, which will ensure both quality product production, as well as a pleasant working space for employees and a functional space for public visitors.
Production buildings, Production of aquariums in Brno
Baková, Erika ; Klement, Miloš (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was to design a new industrial production hall for the production of aquariums for the company Akváriá Pavlica in Horní Heršpice. This project is based on an architectural study, which was developed within the subject AG035. The area of interest is located in the city part of Brno, Horní Heršpice. The plot is located at the edge of the suburban part of the city near the railway station. The building is located in the centre of the plot and is accessible by sidewalks for pedestrians, access roads with parking for cars and a bus, and a road with a handling area for trucks. Part of the design of the production hall was also the design of a water area on the plot, which would serve for representative purposes. The mass of the building consists of six trapezoidal modular blocks stacked together. The roof pitch and the leaning walls create a dynamic shape. The building envelope consists of sandwich panels and a glazed facade made of triple insulation glass, which together provide thermal insulation to the interior. The glass facade illuminates the exhibition and administrative area. The building is divided into four zones: the public zone, the production zone, the administrative zone and the technical building equipment zone. The interior partitions are made of lime-sand blocks, but the main supporting system of the building is a reinforced concrete skeletal structure. On pillars are placed steel trusses that support the roof structure. The roof surface is designed as a vegetation area and there are placed photovoltaic panels.

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