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Polyfunctional zone MOŘICE okr. Prostějov
Orinčák, Denis ; Vojtová, Lea (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis is the Mořice Agricultural Business Cooperative. (Hereinafter referred to as ZOD Mořice). This topic is a continuation of the pre-diploma project ZOD Mořice -Vitčice area. ZOD Mořice owns 4 complexes of agricultural facilities. Mořice - Vitčice - Vrchoslavice- Pavlovice u Kojetína. The main concept consists of the division of operations into individual complexes, according to the analyses and ideas of the investor. Vrchoslavice - livestock production (existing, not addressed). Pavlovice u Kojetína - business (proposal - lower years). Vitčice - housing for pensioners with limited mobility and independent pensioners (proposal -pre-diploma project). Mořice - architectural and urban planning study of the area, supplemented by housing units for workers and starter homes (proposal - diploma thesis). I am proposing to place silos and a biogas plant in the area and adding a building for recycling solar panels. The recycling operation will be in one of the existing warehouse buildings. I am also suggesting reserve areas for future use for the sale of homemade products. The most detailed part that is addressed in the thesis is the housing units. The housing units will be used, as service apartments and starter homes, possibly for housing for pensioners without mobility limitations. The concept follows the basic axis of existing buildings and streets. The design uses a housegarden relation. I am trying to preserve the structure of the village and not to create urban elements in it. The roofs are gabled. The facades made of brick strips are meant to make it clear that the houses are close to the industrial zone. I am separating the entire set of dwelling units from the agricultural area with a mound of earth that is on the site and has no other use.
WINE HOUSE NIKOLSBURG MIKULOV
Valová, Markéta ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of this diploma thesis was to design a winery house in the open landscape in a traditional wine landscape of Mikulov. The designed building serves as a four stars hotel with apartment rooms, restaurant, wellness, wine shop and a small wine farm with a storage of wine. There are unique views to the Mikulov city, Turold hill and surounding vineyards. The longitudinal axe is oriented on northeast–southwest. Majority of rooms, terraces and both atriums are directed on prospective axes. The object has one basement and three groundfloors. It is (situated) into the sloping terrain and constrasts with the wavy landscape of Mikulov for its racional and linear conception. It is inspired by terracced formations in near suroundings and uses it for its mass as well. It creates a new landscape dominant that remainds the geological formation of limestone situated in the surroundings of the Mikulov city. The regular rhytm of windows on facade refers to the Mikulov´s renaissance. The regular placement of window openings, and their rhythm are inspirated by Mikulov renaissance. Smaller holes, glass surfaces, light color of facade, green roof and shielding elements prevent from overheating the object during the summer. The water element in the courtyard offers pleasant refreshment for the visitors.
Polyfunctional zone MOŘICE okr. Prostějov
Janovská, Tereza ; Vojtová, Lea (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The task of the diploma thesis is to prepare an architectural-urban study of a large multifunctional complex of the AGRISPOL company in the village of Mořice. The proposal is to have a wide scope, design of biogas plant, storage facilities, silos, internal roads, accommodation and recreation. The agricultural centre owns four agricultural sites, Mořice, Vitčice, Vrchoslavice and Pavlovice near Kojetín. The topic of the pre-diploma thesis was the agricultural centre Vitčice. The main idea of the thesis was to design efficient communications, layout and arrangement of the biogas plant, revitalization of garages and workshops, design of storage halls for the purposes of the cooperative or for rent. The eastern part of the plot is designated for short-term housing and senior housing in the proposed nursing home, supplemented by services such as manicure, pedicure, hairdresser. These two units are divided into almost two identical buildings that resemble a hockey stick in shape. The combination of these two shapes has created an inner courtyard which serves as a garden/park for the adjacent accommodation units. The park will be freely accessible to the public. The capacity of the nursing home is 16 accommodation units. The units include a hallway, private bathroom and a living room with kitchenette. The capacity of the adjacent apartment building with an adjacent multifunctional part is 8 flats of 1+kk size and 9 flats of 2+kk size. The apartments are designed as starter housing for young couples or for accommodation of AGRISPOL employees. It is a form of short-term housing.
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RESORT KRÁLÍKY
Vosyková, Magdaléna ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the design of a hotel in the foothills of Králický Sněžník for 62 guests. The hotel has a restaurant, wellness center with swimming pool, fitness center, games room, ski room, sports equipment store, sports equipment rental, 40 covered parking places in the basement, rooms for bikes and baby carriages. This new building is located on the outskirts of the town of Králíky, in places of territorial development with a sports and recreational focus. The design concept is based mainly on the interaction with the future ski slope and works with maximum use of a quality view of the slope and the picturesque landscape. When solving the design, care was taken to ensure that the building complied with the design principles of passive structures.
Moravian Wine Centre Brno
Skrývalová, Dominika ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
Moravian wine center Brno, headquarters of the Wine Institute, represents Moravian viticulture. The building over the historical cellars offers educational and cultural opportunities for professionals and for the general public too. A restaurant, accommodation and wellness facilities complements this function. The building with clean, geometric shapes is also a gateway to a green belt linking street Hlinky with square VAňkovo náměstí.
Moravian Wine Center
Kršková, Nikola ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is a proposal of a winery with a wine shop, wine salon and tasting rooms. Furthermore, a four-star hotel for sixty persons with a restaurant, a small wellness center, and all of course with sufficient technical background. This newly designed building is located in the undeveloped part of the town of Mikulov between the Turold and Růžový vrch nature parks. Růžový vrch has become an inspiration for this design. I design here terraces as an analogy to the cultivation of vines on the terraces, where the investor is also the owner of the vineyards grown here. The concept was based on the slope of the terrain and the orientation to the cardinal points. I also tried to make the most valuable views and suppress the view of the technical zone southwest of the parcel. An important element of expression of my proposal is front facade system made of ceramic „squaretubes“, which primarily serve as a sunbreaker.
WINE HOUSE NIKOLSBURG MIKULOV
Ondrová, Klára ; Ing. arch. Petra Žalmanová, Ph.D (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis is a multifunctional building of a hotel, in an undeveloped area of picturesque vineyards. The expanding Nikolsburg winery plans to build a hotel with a beautiful view of the historic town Mikulov and the Pálavské vrchy. Hotel should include accommodation for at least 30 guests in **** rooms, a restaurant, a wellness area and, above all, wine storage areas. The wine will be matured in the building and further distributed. Visitors can degustate and buy the wine here. The architectural concept further expands the multifunctionality of the assignment. Common areas should be adapted to the situations and the problem of one-time occupancy of the building, especially in the season and on weekends.
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RESORT KRÁLÍKY
Valík, Jaroslav ; Maar, Radek (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The theme of the diploma thesis was the elaboration of an architectural study of a selected building from the undergraduate project of the urban design of the Kraliky Sports and Recreation Resort in the Ústí nad Orlicí district. The urban-architectural study defined a property suitable for the location of a mountain hotel, which is located in close proximity to the existing urban development south of the city and in the southwestern part of the defined location for the implementation of the sports and recreational resort Kraliky. The city's intention is to build a new hotel complex on its own property to provide maximum service for the emerging resort. The ski hotel is designed as one building with additional structures including ancillary buildings such as paved areas and roads, utilities, etc. The ski hotel is designed in an energy-passive standard, it will meet the requirements for high quality indoor environment and will minimize energy consumption for its operation. The priority of the project is a healthy indoor environment and environmental friendliness. The aim was to create a building that respects the surrounding buildings and its material solution does not protrude into the surroundings.
Center winery Nemcicky
Ondrová, Klára ; Velička, Jaroslav (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the design of Centre of Winery for the Modré Hory area. The proposed building should respect the surrounding environment, and attract tourists in the same time, by architectural form, urban planning and design. The plot for construction is located near the village Němčičky u Hustopečí on the hilltop of Nové hory. Currently, vineyards are being restored, which almost completely cover the whole area. The object of the wine center includes a canteen for tourists, a tasting room, a cellar for storage of bottles and technical and hygienic facilities. Production component is it's own electric energy cumulator. Using a renewable wind source. Part of the proposal should be the overview tower, making the site more attractive. The object does not process grapevine, it only archives bottles and works as a showroom and stop at a wine-growing cycle path. It has a simple rectangular ground plan with a sloping roof to cover the entry part and to shield the large glazing. On the ground floor there is a café with a background, a tasting room, hygienic facilities, a brick cellar and technical rooms in the basement. The facade of the building is covered with Siberian larch wood. A viewing tower is located at the west side of the building, almost at the top of the hill. The tower has a cylindrical shape and measures almost 14.5 m. It is also clad with wood of the same type. The production of electricity is provided here by 9 vertical wind turbines located along the northern boundary of the building on the artificial wall.
PROKES WINERY
Kunz, Ondřej ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
Based on the architectural study from the second year of the bachelor study program, the following bachelor thesis is elaborated, which further disseminates the study to other subsequent stages of the project documentation. The theme of the thesis is the new family viticulture in the village Velké Němčice for winery Kamil Prokeš. The building will include both production facilities and housing, accommodation for guests and a wine shop with an adjacent tasting room. The building is situated on the outskirts of Velké němčice, where there are old farm buildings and gardens, a football field and a one-storey garage parking lot. The land is unconstructed and currently there are only planted trees. On the sloping land is designed one object, which is divided into several parts. Wine production is located in the basement, which is accessible from the north side and allows the grain and expedition. The above-ground floor consists of three interconnected masses. The central part, where the wine cellar and tasting room are located, is designed as a single-story, glass-covered building with a flat, green roof. On both sides of the building there are two identical, two-storey buildings with a saddle roof, where the western building houses the wineries housing and the eastern accommodation for the guests. All three masses are visually interconnected by the overlapping flat roof of the central object. The unified building, which is completed on the northern and southern side with the terrace for the guests and owners of the winery, is created. In front of the building is a model vineyard, which refines the overall view of the facade of visible concrete and also unambiguously points out the function of the object. The bottom structure is designed as a monolithic reinforced concrete block and the above-ground floor consists of lightweight concrete panels, folded ceiling structures and a roof saddle roof. The central part has a core where the adjoining facilities are located,

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