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Mixed-use building in Mikulov
Raszyk, Kristián ; Klimecký, Martin (referee) ; Gerö, Jiří (advisor) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
This bachelor´s thesis is based on the architectural study made within studio work of subject AG033. The subject of the design is new mixed-use building in a gap site at historic centre of the Mikulov city, right below Mikulov castle and it´s castle walls. In terms of function, mixed-use building is used as an apartment building, which is divided into six apartments with size from 2+k to 4+1, including facility spaces. Next there are commerce services, which includes one commerce unit for rent, beerhouse with microbrewery, and wine bar, which uses existing wine cellar underneath the castle walls. In the back yard, there are located covered parking spaces for residents and commerce employees, which are accessible by passage. Mixed-use building is divided by architecture masses to multi-storey street section, which consist of two houses with different height, which are based on historic plots, and one-storey yard section. Street section is conceived as contemporary adaptation of traditional historic character of the city. Both houses of the street section have pitched roofs, made from ceramic roof tiles, with roof windows, which respects roof character of the Mikulov city. Facades are made of two coloured renders, which are divided by houses of the street section. Detailing of facades is made from coloured contrast lines, which are referring to traditional historical details. Yard section has flat green roofs, which helps to relieve mass from build-up area. Facades are made of brick strip tiling, which helps to fuse building with castle walls. The most prominent space is space of a wine bar, which is made on square floor plan, and it has big Czech vaulting with significant centre skylight. Whole design of mixed-use building connects city life in Mikulov city.
Rugby Club Bystrc - Brno
Poláková, Marie ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis theme is a building of the Rugby Club in Brno-Bystrc in the details of the design study and documentation for the building permit, based on an architectural study developed within the subject AG032 – Public buildings. The aim of the project was to design a multi-purpose sports center in accordance with the investor's requirements, which will be used for local rugby players, and also be open to the public. The existing RCB building is located near Jakuba Obrovského Street near the residential settlement on the west side and the bank of the Svratka River on the east side. It is a very fragmented one-storey building, which the members of the club built themselves. The rugby players' movement in Brno itself boasts perhaps the longest history in the Czech Republic, and since its foundation in 1926, it has featured a number of famous names, such as the writer Ondřej Sekora. The current members are very much based on everything they have managed on their own and are proud of their club. Therefore, I decided to keep the mass of the existing building and use its characteristically fragmented form as a springboard for my design and also as a reference to the famous history of the club. Above this original mass, I build a mass that is completely different in shape and material, in order to achieve a contrast that will be limited to the original and thus complete the overall appearance of the building.
Mixed-use building in Mikulov
Machů, Kateřina ; Klimecký, Martin (referee) ; Gerö, Jiří (advisor) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis follows a project developed within the subject AG033 Studio of Architectural Creation. The subject of design is a multifunctional house, which is located in the place of a gap on a sloping, uneven terrain, which currently serves as a parking lot or market place. The design of the multifuncitonal house is located under the castle walls of the Mikulov castle gardens, on a street of Alfons Mucha. It is located in the area of the urban conversation zone, wich was declared in Mikulov in 1982. Due to the character of Mikulov and its development, where the terrain is sloping from the street, the proposed multifunctional house is optically divided by changing the roof height into two imaginary houses. but inside they still have the same floor level. Due to the fact that the adjacent buildings are about same high, the proposed multifunctional house is four-story, of which the top floor is adjacent to the attic and outdoor terrace. The first floor of a multifunctional house is assigned to commerce (cafe, rentable space). On the second and third floors there are already apartments and a porch, which allows access only to apartments that will be used only for short-term rental. There is also a great demand for the improvement of the remaining adjoining space, which is adjacent to the walls of the Mikulov castle, and also the restoration of the wine cellar, which was walled up on this plot. A staircase will be designed, which will lead from street of Alfons Mucha, through which it will be possible to connect directly to the castle walls and further to the Mikulov castle ot it will be possible to go to the wine cellar and the adjacent outdoor terrace. The facade is designed with regard to the surrounding buildings. They are designed in white or light gray plaster. I take into account the fact that the multifunctional house is located in the area of the urban conversation zone. The roof of the building is traditional gable roof, with brick colour.
STU Innovation Center in Bratislava
Faryová, Markéta ; Obrtlík,, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the draft of a new building of the innovation centre STU in Bratislava. The project is based on the architectural study of the subject AG035 Architectural design studio and on the construction study of the subject AG036 Bachelor project. The solved area is located in the part of Bratislava – Old town in close proximity to important buildings. It is a courtyard, which is defined by the faculties of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU). The aim is to create a draft for a new university centre to strengthen the importance of STU, which include mainly an innovative science centre, educational, social multipurpose premises, and part of the Rector’s Office. The main concept of the building was to create a connection – a bridge. Not only between the faculty buildings, but also by creating a common place for interdisciplinary cooperation between students of different specializations. The innovation centre STU has 2 underground floors, which are primarily used for parking, laboratory operations and technical equipment of the building. On the upper floors there are the premises of the centre, which creates conditions for cooperation, practice, self-study, but also for relaxation and much more.
STU Innovation Center in Bratislava
Dvorská, Mária ; Obrtlík,, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis was to create documentation for the building permit and part of the documentation for the construction. The work follows the architectural study, which was developed in the subject AG35 - Atelier of public buildings. The theme of the studio work was the Campus STU Competition by Inspireli. The main idea of the idea competition was to design a representative center of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava. The project includes the innovative STU science center, educational, social, multi-purpose and leisure spaces both indoors and outdoors and part of the rectory's workplaces. The Innovation Center serves students, pedagogues, researchers and employees of STU, as well as experts from practice, self-government and the public. The campus creates conditions for the interaction of the academic environment with practice and is an important communication space towards the public. This is helped by the opening of the complex and its connection with the main public spaces of the city. I designed a concept called "STUdents city", a city that has imaginary boundaries, while being open to the public, a city where students can find everything they need and can take it for them. During the new construction of the campus, I respond to the surrounding faculty buildings and the context of the place, and to make it open to the faculties materially and conceptually, and at the same time not to disturb them with its substance. I solved the problem of lack of light of the inner block by the potential of the sloping plot and by placing certain objects in the newly created terrain break, at the same time I ensured the supply of natural light and fresh air by means of atriums and skylights. When designing, I took into account the flexibility and variability of interior or exterior use. It was also important for me to use new technologies in the design for the technical school, such as facade glass that is environmentally frien
Storage hall with establishment
Kukučka, Lukáš ; Řezníček, Petr (referee) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is a proposal of a warehouse hall and an operation hall in Sokolnice. A land of the investor is located on Kobylnická street. Designed building is devided into two buildings which are a warehouse hall and an administrative building. The warehouse hall is designed as three-ship and has one floor above the ground. This building is designed for feed storage and breeding needs. The administrative building has got two floors above the ground. There is an office space for administrative company activity, facilities for employees and a company store. The support system of both buildings is made of steel structure, which is clad with insulating sandwich panels. A ceiling construction in the administrative building is also designed of steel support elements and trapezoidal sheet metal which is covered with a concrete layer. A roof construction of both buildings is flat, single skin and drained by means of a vacuum pipe. A roof composition consists of trapezoidal sheet metal, vapor barriers, dropped thermal insulator and from coating waterproofing. Internal layout is designed from plasterboard partitions. Thermal insulation in the plinth area at the warehouse is solved by using ETICS system. Foundation structures are designed as monolithic. Diploma thesis, according to the assignment, contain the creating of project documentation for the construction.
Extension of the building on Husova Street in Slavkov u Brna
Mitura, Daniel ; Rabl, Tomáš (referee) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor's thesis is the assessment of the existing building of a family house and the design of a complete reconstruction, abovestructure and extention and its change to a multifunctional building. The solved building is located in a terraced house on Husova Street in the center of Slavkov u Brna. The building is divided into 3 functional parts, namely the rebuilt and upgraded part of the building, the demolished part of the existing extension and the newly designed part of the extension. The entrance to the building is secured by an underpass to an enclosed courtyard with additional parking spaces. The new condition has two floors, a residential attic and a partial basement. There is a hairdressing salon on the first floor of the converted part of the building. In other parts of the upper floors there are four residential units. In the basement there are warehouses, cellars, hygiene, utility room and relaxation room with sauna and shower. In the rebuilt part, the original load-bearing system made of mixed masonry and wooden beam ceilings was preserved. In the built-up part, a reinforced concrete monolithic ceiling and ceramic fittings are proposed. The supporting system of roofing with a mansard roof is made of a wooden truss and steel central beam. Concrete blocks in the basement and ceramic fittings for the above-ground floor are connected for the load-bearing structures of the extension. The rigidity of the structure is ensured by reinforced concrete monolithic wreaths, ceilings. The roofing of the ports is solved by a single-skin roof over the stairs and a double-skin countertop roof over the housing units. Thermal insulation of peripheral structures is the subject of the ETICS contact thermal insulation system. The facade on the south side facing Husova Street will be renovated to its original condition.
Rope center service building
Julíček, Jan ; Rabl, Tomáš (referee) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
A topic of this Bachelor thesis is developing a design documentation for a building of the Rope center service building, which is situated in a village of Vážany nad Litavou, near the town of Slavkov u Brna. The building is designed as a free-standing single-storey building, with basement. In the basement is a housing unit 4 + kk. On the first floor there is the background of the rope center. The housing unit includes a garage for two cars. In front of the building there are six parking spaces, one of them is for a people with reduced mobility. The dominant element of the building is a steel spiral staircase, located in the southeastern part of the building. This staircase allows descent to the area of the rope center. The exterior walls are designed from a 300 mm thick porotherm ceramic block and are insulated with 160 mm thick thermal insulation. The ceilings are reinforced cast-in-place concrete.
Reconstruction of the house on plot no.47 in Slavkov u Brna
Kukučka, Lukáš ; Polášek, Josef (referee) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the design of a complete reconstruction and modernization of an existing family house in the center of Slavkov u Brna. The existing building is located in a terraced house in Husova Street. The new state includes a complete modernization of the interior, reconstruction of the original historic facade, the outbuilding of the original building and the superstructure of a new one with a link to the original object. The new state has one underground floor, three above – ground floors and a terrace. There are three apartments, two offices and three garages on the upper floors. There is a warehouse in the basement. In the existing building, the original supporting system made of polygonal walls is preserved, modified and supplemented with supporting components. New outbuilding has a transverse wall supporting system and ceiling structure made of monolithic reinforced concrete. Ceiling structures are interconnected with supporting walls. Facade insulation is solved by the ETICS system and the historic facade on the south side is renovated. The roof over both objects is created by a combination of sloping and flat roofs with a connection to the surrounding buildings. Bachelor thesis includes the creation of project documentation for construction execution according to the assignment.
Analysis of the area and design of the new solution of apartment building, Solnická Street, Dobruška
Čížková, Veronika ; Hradil, Dušan (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The goal of this Bachelor thesis is the analysis of the development area located on the southeastern outskirts of the town of Dobruška and its evaluation in terms of possible building construction. The proposal created on the basis of gathered limits includes the siting of six apartment blocks and an object of parking garages used not only for parking vehicles but also as a noise barrier of the adjacent road. Furthermore, this work provides solutions for the technical and transport infrastructure. The output contains site plans, along with the Technical report and related calculations.

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