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Mix/Match Brno
Fedorová, Andrea Veronika ; Havliš, Karel (referee) ; Toman, Radek (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the construction of a multifunctional residential building in a gap on Hlinky Street. The aim is to create a pleasant and healthy living environment, a place for relaxation and tranquility. As an added function to living, there is a multifunctional space intended for rental. The proposed building is primarily a place - a home where people return every day to relax mentally and physically as well, and which provides them a cozy, quality, and affordable housing.
Mix/Match Brno
Elbel, Markéta Marie ; Havliš, Karel (referee) ; Toman, Radek (advisor)
The Open! project works with the context of a gap on Hlinky Street near the centre of Brno City. A gap that is narrow and neglected, but also waiting to be filled, to connect its neighbours, to complete the street line. The aim of the work is not only to effectively fill the space in the form of a residential building, but also to remember that the gap is an opening between two worlds: a lively and busy street and a quiet, green garden on the other side of the plot. The combination of full volumes and open spaces creates the opportunity to peer over the edge - to follow the sunlight and distant chirping of birds, and to search for fragments of a grown tree in between. The project also takes its name, Open!, to the scale of the interior, with individual apartments designed with varying degrees of sharing and number of inhabitants. The combination of retractable wooden partitions allows the degree of privacy and atmosphere in the space to be modified. In terms of interpersonal relationships between the occupants, the work uses principles of communal living, giving people the opportunity to take roots in the space as well as use it on a short-term basis, which is particularly ideal for young professionals, students or the elderly.
Mix/Match Brno
Denissenko, Daniil ; Havliš, Karel (referee) ; Toman, Radek (advisor)
Contemporary large cities are facing a housing crisis, which includes insufficient residential units, soaring rents, and insufficient capacity to meet the demand for affordable living. One pressing issue is the scarcity of temporary accommodations for students and living spaces for recent graduates embarking on their careers amidst steep rental prices. The project explores innovative housing solutions tailored to specified social groups. Implemented in the gap between two existing structures on Hlinky Street, opposite the Brno Exhibition Centre in the historic Old-Brno district, it presents affordable communal living for students, accessible housing for graduates, and integrates commercial amenity, which can thrive in the urban structure of the area.
Vitkovič, Michal ; Šuška, Milan (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the city, which in the last decades has become a phenomenon that have expanded beyond the Slovak context. The former "silver well" of Hungary and at one time the largest mining centre of the Habsburg monarchy is now a UNESCO-labeled success story among the world's cities with a history of mineral extraction, and provides a haven for tourists as well as for a creative community of people coming from all over Slovakia. The volcanic territory of the Štiavnické Hills is intertwined with an urban structure set in a landscape that has been transformed by centuries of mining activity into a unique anthropomorphic entity. Its perception is largely "iconized" in the form of several "representatives" of the value of Banská Štiavnica - the Calvary, the Old and New Castle, the Square, Klopačka, Sitno Hill... But what lies beyond the interest in tourist destinations? If Banská Štiavnica's values could be simplified into the categories of urban and landscape, the interest of this thesis lies precisely between them - in the specific area of the miner's settlement of the slopes above the compact urban centre of the town. While the centre itself is firmly embedded in the perception of a 'significant historic city', the mining settlement of the slopes represents much more fragile values - as reflected in the monumental protection of the area, which was added to the core zone of the historical town reserve with a significant delay compared to the central part. The characteristic parcelization, the setting of buildings and roads in the steep terrain, the traditional farming reflecting the natural conditions and especially the buildings of local folk architecture reflecting the stylistic elements of the urban part of the town are a kind of shadow of the phenomenon of Banská Štiavnica. The lack of continuity in settlement, the intensification of cottage development and inappropriate landscaping, which erases years of cultural layering in the landscape, pose major challenges to the preservation of the value of Banská Štiavnica as a complex whole. The work therefore builds primarily on a strong analytical foundation that places the values and problems of this specific area in a broader context. The understanding of the fragile qualities of this territory is translated by the thesis into small interventions, which, however, are not a final, concrete proposal, but rather a materialization of principles of a conceptual, yet tangible approach. More than a project, therefore, the work should be an inspiration - whether for local actors, landowners, people in our professions or potential new permanent residents - to focus their attention also on the peripheral and overlooked places whose value is often hidden in the "everyday" and the ordinary.
Compact City - or what new is able to yet be done in Brno among railway stations
Strnad, Roman ; Wahla, Ivan (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
The integration of an official project for overground railway viaduct into envisaged urban structure of Brno city south centre is the key consideratoin of this project. In terms of transportation relationships in the regional scale this line can provide with the transport options spread more evenly. Moreover, the junction in the existing position would remain in operation since the new regional railway station is placed in there, avoiding the only junction available in the replaced station further away. The new regional line technical project (concept: ing. Josef Veselý, project: Metroprojekt a.s.) has inserted the railway viaduct upon the space designated for a wide boulevard connecting the replaced railway station to the city centre. The boulevard is defined in the city´s masterplan. In terms of architecture, image of the city and sensual quality of space, the presence of a huge traffic infrastructure is not desirable and causes serious public and proffesional considerations. The Compact City project challenges this dilemma by wrapping the viaduct in the building volumes. The project suggests that the spaces both beneath the viaduct and above it could be utilized. Such a solution has been seen in many european cities (Vienna, London, Paris, Amsterdam). The Compact City project´s land use strategy brings up and defines relatively broad and homogenous areas for distinctive uses. This is derived from the knowledge that the particular uses tend to accumulate and segregate from one another so as to reach the most efficient position. Being the city considered as a whole the mixture of uses seam to be more convenient when an appropriate scale of mixture is achieved. Enclaves of a particular size, nor too big nor too small, would be glued and connected by a elements shared in use and heterogenous in form. The housing area is both divided and at the same time connected to the area of commercial and shopping by means of the public amenities being housed in the overrail building. Particularly those uses and activities are envisaged and designed which do not require a perfect contact and access to and from the street space.
The Students themselves - Student Center Poříčí
Šturm, Vladimír ; Látalová, Lucie (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
The building is located at the junction of the road running along the bankment of the river Svratka and the most important radial in direction Brno to Vienna. The parcel is northeast part of a city block and is major urban point, determining the character of the embankment and the street Vídeňská. The architectural intention is to link with the surrounding buildings and highlight the current corner. A corner is formed by the dominant vertical, protruding, glazed structure, contrasting with the horizontal mass with brick facing.
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.
Strnková, Markéta ; Lukačovič, Adam (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
The project deals with the revitalization and spatial cultivation of the Dominican monastery with adjacent parish in Znojmo. The monastery is located near the castle walls in the historic center of Znojmo, on the street Dolní Česká. Gradually, should be its conversion from the original method of use to a new use, in order not to delay construction and degradation due to an empty object. The complex, its location and the actual functionality offers precondition for the formation of a community center with associated social housing. The community center should use the premises of the monastery, along with commerce and parishes. Living on the contrary, the rectory and the newly created mass in the courtyard.
Al-Gibury, Hanin ; Kafková, Tereza (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
Graduation thesis is about transforming the current busy crossroad in Jihlava. The result is newly built block that completly changes the character of the area and solves its problems.
Proisl, Daniel ; Zíka, Vratislav (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
The impressive ruin of the church certainly has its charm, and may be in the form of tourist attraction, but I think that nowadays it is a shame to have such a valuable relic with potentially attractive surroundings only on Sunday tours. In my own proposal I have tried to combine historic footprints of preserved vaults and slope of the roof with modern and extensively (maybe overall) prefabricated structures and roofing membrane.

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