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Living on the outskirts of Brno
Stanislavová, Soňa ; Šubrt, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is a continuation of an architectural study, which I completed in the third semester of my bachelor studies in the academic year of 2018/2019. The task was to design modern housing on the edge of the city in Brno, Líšeň. The corner plot is defined by Ondráčkova and Zlámanky Streets. The content of this thesis is to develop the architectural study into documentation for permission to construct and documents for project completion. Function of the building is housing in four apartments within three above-ground stories and a basement story including technical facilities (underground parking, cellars, utility room, storeroom, wheeled-storage room). External areas are partially added to the apartments and partially create common space. The intention is to design modern, above standard housing
Embassy of the Czech Republic in Addis Ababa
Sál, Kristián ; Šubrt, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
In my bachelor's thesis I dealt with the design of the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Addis Ababa, which is the capital of Ethiopia. The basic idea was to create the most compact building possible, which would take into account all specific requirements. In one building there are representative premises with facilities, consular and visa building, office building and residential building. All this is connected by a terrace, which responds to external roads. Only minimal buildings for local staff are completely separate.
Glasgow library
Porubčanová, Zuzana ; Elešová, Klára Tomášová (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The following bachelor thesis of civil significance has been elaborated on the basis of a study that I made during my studies abroad at the Bauhaus University in Germany. My aim was to design a concept of three separate buildings, a library, a theater and an educational facility for children and youth, which are connected on the first and second underground floors, where all three buildings are allowed underground parking at two levels of the first and second underground floors. On the first floor, all three buildings are connected by a central park. After the consultation and consultation with the head of the construction-technical solution, the subject of this thesis will be a separate object of the library. The library building consists of four aboveground and two underground floors. On the first floor there is an entrance reception, a bar with snacks, books and a reading area with a shelving department. On the second to third floor you will find an educational space, a reading area and a separate study room. The fourth floor contains a special book department and administrative room for library management. The new library is designed from a combined nose system where columns prevail. The building is reinforced with a reinforced concrete core, which serves as an escape staircase, over the entire height of six floors. There is also a barrier-free lift. The escape staircase located in the reinforced concrete reinforcement core connects all floors of the building and allows access to both underground floors. In the main space of the library there is a large steel staircase which overcomes the first, second, third and fourth floors, thus visually connecting the space for reading. The first and second underground floors serve for parking the library visitors. On the first underground floor there are all technical rooms as well as an archive for storing books. The second underground floor is used for storage rooms in addition to parking. The basics of the library bu
House of peace and religions in Bangui
Pecková, Patrícia ; Šubrt, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The project deals with the design of a multi-religious complex in the capital of the Central African Republic, Bangui. This project was created because of the consequences of historical developments in the country, primarily in response to the long-lasting riots between religious groups. The whole project is covered by an organization that is just to be based in this area. In addition to the seat of this organization, accommodation for visitors, a spiritual space for believers and a place of reverence are to be solved here, so that they do not forget the deeds that have greatly affected the whole country. Therefore, the proposal works with the division of the land into several parts. The first and most important is the north-eastern part of the plot, where the main entrance to the area is proposed, from which it is possible to get directly to the spiritual space with chapels surrounded by greenery, or you can go on a path of reflection among the trees, which ends with a reverent room. Which also leads the way to the spiritual garden. Subsequently, the spiritual garden is connected to the public part of the whole area, which is oriented on the south side of the plot. On the south-east side, due to the busy street, an administration and associated facilities are proposed. In the south-west side there is an accommodation facility, which provides the guests with a view of the spiritual garden. All buildings are designed as one-storey, except housing, which is designed as a two-storey building. The maximum height of the buildings is 8 m. The buildings are designed from solid fired bricks, which have been a natural building material in this area for centuries. The central space of this public part is divided into a square and a paillotte (a place where the older generation meets the younger generation and tells its stories about the history of their people). In the design, the paillotte is depicted in the traditional way - a large deciduous tree.
Townhouses on the outskirts of Brno
Kopačka, Daniel ; Šubrt, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis follows up on a studio project, that i made in my second year of the bachelor's study, Townhouses on the outskirt of Brno. Labor contains Plans for the building permit and Structural documentation. Area of interest is located in Brno - Li´šeň, on the right side, there's Ondráčkova's street, and an abandoned slaughterhouse on the other side. The main idea of my project is, to create two identical buildings, that will perfectly fit into the land and surroundings. By placing these two, into opposite corners of the land, there will be created a fine corner of Ondra´čkova's street and Zla´manky. At the same time, buildings will create direct and let's say "natural" way to the underground parking lot. People, who will visit park, will also have very usefull noise barrier from both sides. Designed buildings contain three above-ground floors and one underground floor, which connects both townhouses by tunnel. Each townhouse contains a total of five housing units, each one with different size. Designed buildings are installed in a way, to keep balance between modern industry and pure nature. First building is more dominant, so it can define the corner of both streets and the second one is less expressive, so it will fit with buildings next to her. Structurally, the townhouses are designed of the Porotherm system and reinforced concrete structures. The main goal of the work is to create modern housing on the suburbs, which will not disturb close neighborhood.
Embassy of the Czech Republic in Addis Ababa
Gorčák, Lukáš ; Šubrt, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the design of a new building for the embassy of the Czech Republic in the capital of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa. The work is based on the assignment, which I processed within the semester work. In this bachelor's thesis I deal mainly with the construction of an administrative building with a representative hall. The building has four floors with one underground and three above-ground floors. In the design, I try to connect contemporary modern architecture with the traditions of Ethiopian and Czech culture. The office building is glazed with shading lamellas in the colors of the Czech tricolor. The representative hall, on the other hand, is more robust. It is made of a polygonal reinforced concrete structure, the motif of which was the Ethiopian rocks, in which the original inhabitants created their dwellings.
Living on the outskirts of Brno
Bendová, Kateřina ; Šubrt, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor‘s thesis is the architecture study created within the AG032 subject. This study is the elaboration of the documentation for building permission and documentation for construction. The subject of this thesis is the design of premium block of flats i.e. villa house located in eastern Brno outskirts. This building is situated in part of city Brno-Líšeň, cadastral area Líšeň. Around is typically terraced street houses. The plot is located near the Mariánké údolí. The terrain slopes from the south. This draft uses height difference, the structure is recessed into terrain. The building has four floor above ground. The first floor contains house equipment and parking zone for eleven cars. The rest floors are used for accomodation units. House contains ten separated accomodation units of different sizes. The main entrance is from the north side from Ondráčkova street. The entrance for vehicles is from the west side from current road. Around the house there are grassy and another parking areas. On the south side are situated gardens which are part of some flats. The south facade is formed by french windows, balconies and terraces. Each apartment has some kind of outdoor space. The structure is mostly made of reinforced concrete skeleton with padding ceramic block. Only first floor structure is made from monolithic reinforced concrete peripheral wall. The roof of this building has vegetation coverage.
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
Večeřová, Pavla ; Velek, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The assignment of the diploma thesis was the elaboration of an architectural study of a new synagogue in the Frýdek-Místek. The solved area includes the original lands of the Jewish community, on which stood a synagogue, a Jewish school and a rabbinate. The synagogue was burned down in 1939 and currently only the rebuilt Jewish school building is located in the area. The main idea of the design is to build a memorial on the site of the original synagogue and a new synagogue with an adjoining community centre. The main goal is to support the development of the Jewish community in the city and to remind citizens and visitors of the history, because of which the Jewish community in Frýdek-Místek disappeared. In contrast to the monument, the entire building is set in the terrain so that the terrain passes freely in a public space with the main entrance to the community centre and a kosher restaurant. The building opens up to the south side of the slope and offers a view of the historic city centre of Frýdek. The area is connected by a footbridge to the park under the castle. Part of the community centre is a space for a ritual bath - Mikveh, the administration of the Jewish community and a multifunctional hall, which can be opened to the area in front of the residential staircase. The area is separated from Revoluční Street by a retaining wall and thus form an attractive place to spend time near the historic centre.
The new synagogue in Frýdek-Místek
Popovská, Michaela ; Velek, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
Architectural study deals with the design of a new synagogue in Frýdku-Místku, located on the site of the original synagogue from 19th centruy, which was burnt by fanaticized Germans in 1939 and then demolished. Nowadays, it is an undeveloped area without any historical significant. There are other functions beside the building of synagogue – mikveh (ritual bath) and its access tunnel, the jewish community administration and kosher restaurant with two shops. The design concept works with the symbolish of the Star of David, triangles‘ intersection. The synagogue depicts the Mount Sinai, where the Ten Commandments were received.

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