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Havířov – Postsocialist City
Moler, Vít ; Guzdek, Adam (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
Master thesis project presents Havířov, the city full of interesting things. It is the youngest city in the Czech Republic, built on a green meadow at Silesian Region. Architecture of Havířov is uniform and it was strongly influenced by Socialist realism. Town is located on the plane, surrounded by water tanks and White Carpathian Mountains. There are the cleanest air conditions from the whole surrounding area. The aim of the project was to find new idea and remedy the shortcomings of the city. The project addresses the issue of absence of typical picturesque square with stores in the city centre. Part of the objective is also dealing with the issue of rapidly aging city with a lot of inhabitants. This problem is based on the fact that in the 50s of the 20th century generation of young people at the same age were coming to Havířov due to possibility of work in the mines and ironworks.
Reconstruction of the cultural center Ronov nad Doubravou
Venclík, Ondřej ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Struhala, Karel (advisor)
The aim of the thesis was to create documentation for building permit and a part of building design documentation, based on architectural study prepared insubject named AG34 – Architectural Design Studio IV. Main content of the study was reconstruction of the cultural house next to the main hall. Building contains dancing hall, restauration and high garret. Basic idea of the project was to deconstruct latest part of the buildings from courtyard. Today in year 2020 the spaces are small for new function and are not valuace. Thats why the latest parts will be break down. Building plot is located on Chittussi square. The original house is now standing between townhall and family house. At immediate proximity is located also resturations, school and church. Plot is quite flat and horizontal. Part of the project is also landfield inside courtyard, where also kids from school are playing.
Restoration of limestone in Grygov
Hlušková, Lenka ; Mikeš, Stanislav (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is reconstruction of historical building of the limestone in Grygov. This project is based on the subject AG034 Studio of Architectural Design IV - Restoration of Monuments. The main topic of the studio work was to think about the appropriate use of a building of limestone with the extant circular limekiln and adjacent area of former site of limestone, and to create an architectural study. The thesis include plan to convert building and adjacent land to the cultural-educational facility with camp. Rooms of building is going to be use for various cultural and non-cultural social events. The whole land is going to be recultivated and rearranged for use of citizen. It´s attempt to return to the original values of the building´s appearance. This values were suppress during the years. At the same time It´s preserve essence of its place. The new interventions are solved with respect to native construction. Together them are create harmonic connection between the old historical part and the new timeless part.
Reconstruction of the chateau in Ivanovice na Hane
Walter, Jaromír ; Poslušná,, Iva (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor)
Goal of this final thesis was reconstruction of the Chateau in Ivanovice na Hane and repurposing of it's spaces. The thesis is made on a level of architectual study. Studied area is located near the center of the Ivanovice, the object is part of the premises of the Bioveta a.s. corporation. The thesis deals with gentle repurposing of the object's spaces and the Chateau's garden. The intention of the investor was to have offices, small brewery, small accommodation and a café. The design is opening the object and the near garden for the public, there are newly created space for museum in the Chateau. The structure of the chateau was supplemented by glass lift in the yard. The utility room is located in the basement. The brawery, beer tasting, café and reception is on the first floor. Museum is located in the second floor complemented by seasonal exposure and accomodations. Museum is focused around Thirty Years’ War and the history of the chateau and Ivanovice. The offices are on the third floor, and they are made for interacting with the public. Connection of the chateau and the garden is an important part of the design, and its done formally and informally using also the linear objects. The garden was divided into three units on the southern side: The symetrical garden, space for holding an accompanying events and park. The space on the northern side was divided for parking of the employees of Bioveta and parking for visiters of the Chateau. The garden is opened for public and new connection between north-west and south entrances was made.
Reconstruction of a cultural house in Zlobice
Sarvašová, Anna ; Mikeš, Stanislav (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The main goal of this work is the restoration of the house of culture in the village Zlobice. The work aims to sensitively and appropriately approach a historic building dating from the 20s of the last century, which is designed in a traditionalist style. The expression of the building provides the existence of many interesting details and authentic elements that are the subject of monumental restoration. In the 1990s, the most fundamental building changes were made, such as: a change in the window openings of the north-west facade, the construction of a new extension, which, however, does not correspond to the expression of the historical structure. The subject of the assignment is the restoration of an unused building of a former house of culture and its subsequent completion with new structures with various functions. The most significant change is the already mentioned completion of the residential space, a building that serves as a new municipal office, technical facilities and sanitary facilities. This intervention closes the courtyard and completes the space of the human scale. Part of the work was also an urban solution called the "picnic area", which is adjacent to the house of culture and is used for social events.
Reconstruction of the town spa in Malé Svatoňovice
Macek, Štěpán ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was to prepare a documentation for building permits and a part of the documentation for the building construction on the basis of an architectural study, developed in the „AG35 – Monuments Restoration Studio“ module. The topic of the studio work was to think about the appropriate use of a listed building in the historic center of the village of Malé Svatoňovice and to create an architectural study. I have proposed the following concept. The building should serve as a municipal house, so I have concentrated the corresponding functions here: the municipal office, the ceremonial hall, the museum, doctors labs, cosmetics, the pharmacy and finally the spa, which had a long tradition here. When restoring an object, I proceed synthetically. I examine the quality and preservation of individual layers. Then I highlight the best of each one. If some layer have not been preserved, but still have had its qualities, I remind it in a new language. I think it was Tadao Ando who said, "If the genius loci is to be legible, it must be revived and provoked by inventive inputs." I combine modern with historical using timelessness.
The Mapping Survey of a part of the former Peklo inn in Tišnov
Kryl, Marek ; Guzdek, Adam (referee) ; Kuruc, Michal (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with measurement of former Peklo inn in Tišnov and creates a documentation of its building. Measurement is connected to the binding reference system – the S-JTSK coordinate sytem and Baltic Vertical Datum Bpv. The thesis countains a description of the place of interest and history of the building, preparatory work, choice of instruments and tools. In the next part measurement, processed of recorded data, requirements of creating documentation of the ground plan and vertical section, testing results of the work, are described. The thesis countains ground plan of the cellar, ground plan of the second floor and the vertical section of the building in scale of 1:50. Outcomes of thesis will serve as documentation of the current conditions of the building.
Reconstruction of Medov court Hermanuv Mestec
Grünwald, Jakub ; Mikeš, Stanislav (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is to draw up the project documentation for the building permit and also to make parts of the documentation for the execution of the construction. The project proceeds from the architectonic study which was worked out during the summer semester in 2019 in pursuance of the subject AG035 Architectural design studio V.- Monument restoration. The main topic of the study is an overall reconstruction of the homestead and finding a new functional use of the listed building. The assigned parcel of land is situated in the Masaryk's square in Heřmanův Městec. The building historical research states a proof of the existence of the homestead already in 1591. The complicated constructional history of the object is in accordance with its function to provide a farming, dwelling and administrative base for the adjoining, aristocratic mansion. Towards the end of the 18 century this building went through the classicism transformation which has been defining its external appearance up to now. These days the building is mostly used as accommodation for a socially lower class which resulted in the deterioration of its technical state. This piteous situation more and more endangers the protected values of the listed building. The primary aim was to find the right concept with respect to the functional use of the solved object. The whole effort was aimed to create such a functional content which would breath life to the Medov's homestead and will open its door to the inhabitants as well as visitors. In the object there are situated premises that will not directly endanger or degrade the listed building by any their activities. These premises will make a maximal use of the homestead possible in the course of all day. Last but not least I also put an emphasis on the economic aspect of the building by placing restaurants, small shops and an administrative center in order to generate a certain financial benefit for the town.
Restoration of limestone in Grygov
Varga, Peter ; Mikeš, Stanislav (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is the restoration of former limestone in the village of Grygov. The document is based on an architectural study prepared within the subject AG034 Studio of Architectural Creation – Restoration of Monuments. The limestone building is located southeast of the built-up part of the village Grygov in connection with a significant landscape phenomenon of limestone quarries. Restoration is solved as a conversion, when the building is changed its original function. At the same time, it is a modernization of the building with an emphasis on preserving its original character. The intention was to convert the industrial building and industrial spaces into a multi-purpose cultural centre. The concept of restoration is to preserve the unique areas of the limestone factory, searching for a connection between the industrial character of the limestone factory from the 19th century and new, modern constructions. The object was approached by the principle of preserving what is valuable and replaceable or cancelling non-renewable parts. The proposed changes do not disturb the overall architectural character and appearance of the existing building. Dispositional changes are proposed by resolving the disposition of the limestone factory to the multifunctional centre. Unique spaces and structures will be preserved, namely an oval furnace, a walkway, a wooden ceiling, a perimeter wall made of quarry stone, a chimney and the eastern part of the roof. The building on the northwest side is in a demolished condition due to a collapsed roof structure. The spaces on the 1st floor are functionally divided into three parts. Exhibition, multifunctional spaces, sanitary and technical equipment, small restaurant with bar. The spaces on the 2nd floor are divided into two parts. A large hall, which is connected by a staircase to the ground floor. The attic space of the 2nd floor is divided by the chimney.
Reconstruction of the Pohorelec at the JAMU Stage Design Studio
Čech, Daniel ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of the Bachelor thesis was to renew and rebuild the building of the former Supreme state prosecutor to the place for The Stage design of Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts in Brno and The Rectorate od Janáček Academy. The building is located on the corner of the busy streets Jánská, Kobližná and Pohořelec where it forms a rather drab end point of these streets. The object was built in the post World war II period and carries features of late functionalism. The building has been abandoned since 90s. The ground floor was used for commerce, the underground floor for technical equipment of the building and other upper floors were purely administrative. The building has one underground floor and seven above-ground floors. In the ground floor were designed a public café and exhibition spaces. On the second to the fourth floor there are administrative places for the Janáček Academy Rectorate. On the fifth to the seventh floor the are spaces for students of the Stage design. In the new eight floor there is a background for the Light design. The main focus of the work was to restore life and create a functional and aestetically friendly environment. This was achieved by changing the internal layout where some dividing structures were removed, including the vertical connections of the floors and finally the use of glass partitions.The layout is now more open, lighter and airy. A main element of the reconstruction is the extension of the next floor, which has increased the space for students and employees and confirmed the unclear verticality of the building. The entire extension has more dominant look, but with natural respect to the surrounding buildings. The superstructure fasade consists of pre-installed electroluminescent panels with a holographic foil. This foil produces rainbow effects on the facade and reflects light, relieving the mass. At night, thanks to electroluminescent wires, the extension shines and highlights the happenings inside th

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