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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.
New synagogue Jablonec nad Nisou
Gorčák, Lukáš ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the design of a new synagogue in Jablonec nad Nisou. The construction should be an impetus for the return of Jewish traditions and culture to the city of Jablonec nad Nisou. In addition to the synagogue, the buildings also include spaces for the Jewish community and the general public. The building program envisages the design of a synagogue, on the ground floor of which is located the ritual purification bath of the mikveh, then the administrative premises of the Jewish community, a community center with a library, a classroom and a lecture hall, a public part in the form of a kosher restaurant, and a museum with an exhibition space dedicated to Judaism. An integral part of the design is an outdoor public space that offers the possibility of recreation and spending free time. The location of the synagogue has a strong connection with the place of worship of the original burned down synagogue in Jablonec nad Nisou. Spreading awareness and preventing the spread of anti-Semitism is very important to the Jewish community. The building of the synagogue is located in a lucrative area in close proximity to the city center, near an important water feature, the river Lužická nisa. The attractiveness of the area is also complemented by good transport accessibility, especially from the nearby bus station and train station. Good accessibility is also ensured for car and bicycle transport. The individual buildings are designed in a minimalist way, so that they disturb the original historical buildings as little as possible, especially from the period of Art Nouveau and historicism. The form is three imaginary blocks. One separate synagogue is embedded in the slope where the original burned down synagogue was located. Next, two blocks connected to each other by a neck, which are turned towards each other in such a way as to respect the street line and at the same time open up the public space by the river. The facades of individual buildings are finished with concrete screed plaster. The color of the individual buildings is connected with the decoration of the original burned down synagogue. The pure concrete appearance of the synagogue enhances the importance of the sacral space and leaves the possibility of accentuating the decorative brass facade with perforated ornament. The administration and community center building is decorated in yellow tones. The building, which includes a museum and a restaurant, is painted red.
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.

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