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Sleeping outdoors II.
Bendák, Jan ; Kleberc, Lukáš (referee) ; Klímová, Barbora (advisor)
The work partially develops the bachelor's thesis Sleeping Outdoors, and continues with the creation of practical wooden structures for rest and sleeping. The project deals with the organization of adventure and sleepover events and further explores suitable environments for occasional and everyday sleeping outside. It motivates to reevaluate comfort and presents ways of being outside during the day and at night.
SLEEPING OUTDOORS
Bendák, Jan ; Tomalík, Michael (referee) ; Tobola, Ondřej (advisor)
The work deals with the influences acting on humans when staying in the outdoor environment and their effects on our daily rhythm. It focuses closely on the ritual of sleeping outside. It strives for a natural understanding of the laws of nature through exposure to the influences that affect us open air on a daily basis. Seasons, weather, light and other factors are determining elements for the work. The result of understanding and combining these principles are outdoor structures designed to accomodate groups or individuals overnight. The objects should serve as a platform for creating a community that will further develop these principles autonomously. The aim is to present the positives of sleeping outside, delimit against the trend of unsustainable growth and to provide an example of how to deal with this tendency through the perception of nature.
SLEEPING OUTDOORS
Bendák, Jan ; Tomalík, Michael (referee) ; Tobola, Ondřej (advisor)
The work deals with the influences acting on humans when staying in the outdoor environment and their effects on our daily rhythm. It focuses closely on the ritual of sleeping outside. It strives for a natural understanding of the laws of nature through exposure to the influences that affect us open air on a daily basis. Seasons, weather, light and other factors are determining elements for the work. The result of understanding and combining these principles are outdoor structures designed to accomodate groups or individuals overnight. The objects should serve as a platform for creating a community that will further develop these principles autonomously. The aim is to present the positives of sleeping outside, delimit against the trend of unsustainable growth and to provide an example of how to deal with this tendency through the perception of nature.

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