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Primary Architecture / Gallery and Museum of Architecture at FA BUT
Hertelová, Viola ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
The topic I have chosen for my diploma thesis is the curation of architecture as a possible overlap of teaching architecture towards the general public, but also a tool for connecting academic and municipal institutions. In my work I will examine the possibilities of creating an architecture center within the Faculty of Architecture, BUT. Galleries and museums of architecture, and thus various other associations and groups dealing with architecture, often function as separate institutions. I decided to solve the creation of a similar center, which as such has been missing in the Czech environment for many years, through its placement in academia. In my work I will first focus on the theoretical study of the possibilities of presentation and representation of architecture together with new approaches in the field of exhibition and curation of architecture. Subsequently, I will deal with the possibilities of connecting the activities of the Center of Architecture and the Faculty of Architecture. The aim of the work will be a practical design of the center within the BUT campus, for which I chose a space near Veveří Street in Brno, also known as Academic Square. For me to design the center, it will be important for me to analyze the place and find possibilities for its new concept. Today, the space of the Academic Square is in a state of disrepair and is waiting for an important gesture that can unite the place. Can it be the center of architecture?
Primary Architecture / Architecture is Coming
Ivkovičová, Natálie ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
The aim of the work is to find a suitable way and solution of mediating architecture and its broad themes into the lives of the public. To design an ideal space and suitable conditions for the popularization not only of architecture, but also of related fields such as art, landscape architecture and construction, where all these disciplines will be connected. The main part of the design is to find a suitable way to "transfer" architecture from large cities and those in which it is taught to regional cities or villages. This way of presentation and sharing would be carried out by mobile pavilions, which would create mobile studios. The entire system will be coordinated and managed by the building, where these mobile pavilions will be merged and modularized. The building will create a "center of architecture", where all functions will be combined. This centre serves as a complementary function to the schools of architecture, civil engineering, fine arts and landscape architecture. Thus, there will be cooperation between students across all disciplines with a place for presentation and exhibition to the public.
Annen Gate
Illéš, Ján ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
A multifunctional city block is designed for the currently empty place in Brno, on the corner of Pekarská and Anenská streets. The urban, architectural and material-spatial solution tries to respect the scale and cultural-historical context of the place. The proposed main function of housing is enlivened by additional functions of administration and trade and services on the ground floor. The corner is an important compositional point and the proposed round and glazed shape of the building will form a visual dominant on the view from Pekarská Street. In the city block, the inner space of the courtyard is created, in which the historical heritage of the retaining wall of the hill on which the church once stood is presented. The passage through the city block is possible in the route of the former street U sv. Anny. The lack of green spaces in the courtyard is compensated by the creation of green roofs for residents and users. The architectural expression of the townhouse tries to follow the traditions of modernism, typical for the city of Brno.
Renewal of the Mill Grounds In Tasovice
Surovec, Martin ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
Project deals with renewal of the Mill Grounds In Tasovice. Designed strategy is divided into several steps which respond to imperfections of directive approach and doubts about result of conventional renovation. Emphasis is on gradual transformation which is achieved by flexible duation of each phase. Projects is trying to understand and articulate difference between medieval and modern needs.
Annen Gate
Šlosar, Viktor ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis is about the design study of a multifunctional town house. The goal is to complete the corner of Pekařská and Anenská streets in the center of Brno. Predominantly the apartment building is complemented by administrative and commercial function together with the design of underground garages. The set of buildings also creates a new public space.
Hevlín – place in the landscape
Hajšmanová, Adéla ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
The thesis Uncharged-charged – new energy for the customs house building deals with a project of a community and cultural centre with an accommodation that reflects specific needs of the rural region on the borders. The core is a conversion of unused historical customs house building near the Hevlín–Laa an der Thaya border crossing to an attractive place serving especially the locals as a supportive environment for their activities. It also brings a new cultural options to the region. The layout adjusts the building to its new function and supports some of the qualities of the current state. There is a new building added as an accommodation for the tourists (especially cyclists and canoeists) travelling at the international cycle tracks or the river Dyje, which cross the location. Also there is a newly designed orchard/campsite surrounding the buildings serving for the accomodation as well.
Hevlín – place in the landscape
Moutelíková, Veronika ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
Railway. A line of houses hidden in the fog. A majestic steam powered locomotive. Although the great era of steam engines is long over and the built railway network is unfortunately gradually losing its significance, this part of history forms an important part of technical evolution and its significance for the transformation of human society. The surroundings of the station buildings are now quiet places, through which people only passes towards their final destination. Hrušovany nad Jevišovkou-Šanov railway station is also dealing with this problem. The diploma thesis focuses on the project of tourist attractive objects for the revitalization of the location of Hrušovany railway station near the Czech-Austrian border. New buildings inspired by steam, as an element of strength and movement, complement the development of the railway station and apartment building. Together they complete another line in the layout of the station with the track.
Annen Gate
Valíček, Viktor ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis presents an architectural study of a multifunctional building in Brno.
Jaroslavice – place in the landscape
Dočekalová, Veronika ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is to design improvements to increase the quality of the living in the territory of Jaroslavice and its surroundings. This South Moravian rural area located near the Austria–Czech Republic border may currently be considered as a No man's land. Given the subject of the thesis, the author suggests the conceptual solution of this problem. Focusing on the life in a border region analyses offer of the local development, amenities and opportunities, not forgetting about the education. The work suggests an entirely new local education system from the very beginning - from kindergartens to secondary education. The missing high school forces students to travel or to move to nearby towns such as Znojmo. what usually leads to their breakaway from the local environment. This could be avoided by building a new secondary school in Jaroslavice. It would link to the rich history of this village from the pre-war period, when it was considered an important transition point between the cities of Brno and Vienna. Besides, Czech-German school can re-establish mutual cooperation between both countries. Designated school is based on a current education needs, e.g. practical training experiences in local businesses, which is costs saving and immediately applicable. The subject of this thesis is placed into the area of the ruined mansion under the local castle. Besides school, there is also Food Center and Research Institute. All three institutions cooperate together, similarly to the concept of manor court (meierhof) in the past. Educational facilities are arranged in U-shape form with the inner courtyard and the large greenhouse on one side. Each wing of the building is self-sufficient and has a different character. The west wing is two-storey, on the ground floor there is a library with classrooms for social sciences and the heart of the house - room for theatre and performances. On the second floor there is a school headquarters facing the courtyard with the ability to check the daily routine. The central wing with entrance consists of classrooms of natural sciences and another social science classrooms located towards the courtyard for eventual outdoor lessons. Last part consists of computer classrooms made for the technical sciences. This wing leads to the lower floor with side entrance to a parking lot. Greenhouse, designed for both the public and the students, is an inseparable part of the school.
Hranice – redefinition of urban structure
Mokrá, Lucie ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
Hranice na Moravě is Middletown, which is situated in the middle of protected natural territory. Because surrounded area of the town is consisting of smaller villages, we can find Hranice as local important catchment point of region, what means local centre of business and services, culture and education and work opportunities as well. However, this prediction is not real. Even though there are several equipment’s of education, witch product new graduates and potential residents of Hranice every year as well, there is deurbanisation and social and cultural decline because of low diversity of labour market and bad urbanistic strategy of development. In my project I design Centre of Craft. This Centre is reaction on nowaday‘s issues of low level quality of Crafts in Czech Republic and anachronistic bad general opinion about craftsmanship. Centre of Craft constitutes opportunities for students and graduates of local secondary schools with craft‘s subjects, for small tradesmen as start-up and for public as public workshop as well.

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