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Dance in Brno
Bala, Filip ; Maršíková, Hana (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
"Ideal contemporary dance theatre" is the research issue of the pre-diploma thesis, which was published in book form. The dissertation "Euphony | Movement | Space" deals with a prototype that also responds to the urban structure. Consequently, other issues have arisen from the specific solution. Not only because of the complexity of the given location but also because of the new vision of the functioning of the theatre world through the influence of autonomous technologies.
Dance in Brno
Papcun, Peter ; Všetečková, Alena (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
Contemporary dance theater faces the problems of insufficient infrastructure and unsuitable spaces for its performances. Classic theater buildings and other transformed spaces often do not meet the specific needs of dance art. The lack of new, specially designed spaces in the Czech Republic leads to the migration of dancers abroad or to Prague. In this work, I devoted myself to the analysis of the current issue of dance theater and at the same time I focused on the analysis of the solved plot. Based on these analyses, I developed a proposal for a new theater that reflects the identified problems, offers solutions and deviates from standard ideas about the theater. The goal of my proposal is to create an environment that will be in line with the requirements and needs of the dance theater today. When designing the theater, I took into account aesthetic, functional and technical aspects in order to create a space that will allow the presentation of dance performances in the best possible form. The result is a comprehensive theater design, which is based on thorough analysis and at the same time brings innovative solutions for dance theater today. The building should be integrated into the scale of the city of Brno and become an integral part of its life.
Dance in Brno
Ondřejová, Daniela ; Páterová, Kateřina (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis was to design a theatre building for dancing, placed in the centre of Brno, in one part of Roosevelt Street in the park of Danuše Muzikářová. The design continues in the pre-diploma project with the topic Ideal: Dancing Theatre, which examines the history and present of the stage space for dance, different ways of use of the space, theatre technology, the economic demands of the sustainability of a cultural building and its comparison with foreign countries. Especially there are interviews with people that are somehow connected with contemporary dance. I mainly follow historical development and interviews. In my opinion, dancing theatre in the Czech Republic does not have as broad audience as it could have. That is why I design the centre for dance, where I try to give people an idea of modern dancing theatre in different ways. Because it is a new form of dancing performance I wanted to look at the design of the theatre from a different point of view than usual. In the theoretical part of my thesis, I concentrated on a Japanese tradition connected with a dancing performance and overall perception of space and architecture. From those theses, I chose principles which I used in the design of my diploma project.
Dance in Brno
Ledvina, Matěj ; Vokřál, Jiří (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
Aim of this particular master thesis is to embrace a new typology and building type intertwining theatre, library, and flats for the guest artists. All of those connected in one building tied to Brno’s ringstrasse. Theatre embodied.
Dance in Brno
Kuklová, Tereza ; Všetečková, Alena (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
Dance, as many understand and perceive it, is no longer the dance we know from theater stages. It is not strictly confined to the movements of ballet, the compositions of contemporary dance, or the steps of traditional dances. Dance has begun to evolve more towards a spiritual direction. It is the expressive movements of individuals who convey stories through their movements, performers who react to their surroundings with their gestures, and groups of dancers who connect with each other through their movements. This is the current form of dance that spills out of the classical theaters and into the streets, cultural centers, and parks. It goes where there is a sensitive and perceptive observer. Such performers go where they feel comfortable, where they can develop their movements, their thinking, and where they can be inspired. However, currently, there are not too many spaces that are conducive to such individuals. In Prague, there are a few theaters that focus on the current direction of dance development and on dancers moving in this direction. In Brno, there are significantly fewer such platforms for dance, and the facilities are inadequate. Therefore, it happens that dance leaves Brno for cities where it has more favorable conditions. A step towards improving the conditions for contemporary dancers is to give them their own spaces, spaces designated for their dance. To move away from classical theaters, where these individuals feel rather uncomfortable in their large spaces. The aim of this work is to present a new form of theater as a space for free dance and movement artists. Incorporating such a structure into the scale of the city of Brno and integrating it into the city's life.
Centre for Prevention, Masaryk Oncology Institute in Brno
Buzová, Magdaléna ; Kraus, David (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
The objective of the diploma thesis is the new building of Cancer Prevention Centre, first of its kind in the Czech Republic. The site is located on steep terrain of the south hillside of Žlutý kopec in Brno, which is a part of Masaryk Oncological Hospital complex. The aim of the Cancer Prevention Centre is to attract the citizens’ attention and invite them to undergo a preventive medical check-up with the potential to save hundreds of lives every year. The project takes this fact in consideration and strives to find ways leading not only towards establishing new relationship between the building and the public, but also towards connecting the city centre and nearby by residential area with the hospital complex. The three volumes of the buildings create a dynamic composition and therefore complete the characteristic development of Masaryk Oncological Centre. The main concept however revolves around the motive of instability, balance and journey which are all linked to tumour diseases.
Centre for Prevention, Masaryk Oncology Institute in Brno
Brunová, Susanna ; Machovský, Tomáš (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
The objective of this thesis is to design a new Center for Prevention and enlargement of Clinic of Radiation Oncology of Masaryk Memorial Oncology Institute in Brno. The building will consist of the center for prevention itself, the inpatient department for mobile patients, the proton therapy center, and a space for rent. The Center for Prevention will, on top of expert medical procedures, provide spaces for patient counseling, education of both professional and general public and administration for a commercial oncology prevention program.
Centre for Prevention, Masaryk Oncology Institute in Brno
Walterová, Klára ; Páterová, Kateřina (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
This diploma project is a design for a Cancer Prevention Center and an extension of the Department of Radiation Oncology of the Masaryk Institute of Oncology in Brno. There are no adequate spatial reserves in the existing hospital campus, or inside its buildings. New technology and modernisation require increased capacity of the Masaryk Institute of Oncology and improvement of the area by new development offering services like cancer prevention or proton therapy facilities.
Centre for Prevention, Masaryk Oncology Institute in Brno
Mikulová, Marie ; Adamson,, Kristina Richter (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
The project is a proposal of a new Center of prevention located in the Masaryk’s Oncology Institute in Brno. It includes the oncology center prevention itself, inpatient department for patients who attend radiation therapy and a proton therapy center. It is also supplemented by administration and rentable premises.
Theatre of Slovácko III.
Kučera, Vít ; Pekár, Pavel (referee) ; Galeová, Nicol (advisor)
This master thesis aims to offer complex evaluation of currently inadequate and unsatisfactory conditions of the theater in Uherské hradiště. The main subject of this thesis is the design of a new theater building, including its placement and connection to the urban organism. The author offers a vision of a new use for the currently oversized bus station, provided that the long-term plans of the town of Uherské Hradiště are realized. The new solution includes an adequate bus station, a parking building and, last but not least, a park with a generous theater.

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