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HOW TO MOVE ON WHEN THE STATION IS GONE?
Jálová, Kateřina ; Illéš, Juraj (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The diploma thesis is based on the pre-diploma project, which deals with the vacant buildings after the railway is moved from the center of Brno to the newly proposed location of the transport hub according to the KAM study. The diploma project focuses specifically on the heritage-listed building of the Brno main railway station. The aim is to find a suitable function for this building and to integrate it into the context between the historic center and the newly built southern quarter. The proposal also solves the building's surroundings, which include the area of the vacant railway track and the station forecourt with its complex traffic situation, which has been one of the least popular public spaces in the city for many years.
HOW TO MOVE ON WHEN THE STATION IS GONE?
Mareček, Šimon ; Illéš, Juraj (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Conversion of the former post office building into a office of the Brno-Střed municipal district with a new context, urban continuity and relocation of the transportation hub in front of the building in question. The project focuses on the integration of the site into the newly emerging continuities of the city and the environment-building relationship.
HOW TO MOVE ON WHEN THE STATION IS GONE?
Valíček, Viktor ; Illéš, Juraj (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
HOW TO MOVE ON WHEN THE STATION IS GONE? "I'll tell you how. It will be pretty crappy!" (visitor to the exhibition of the same name as the pre-graduate analytical project, 2024) The purpose of the urbanistic-architectural inquiry entitled "How to move on when the station is gone?" is particularly focused on the scenario where several historically protected buildings of significant urban importance in Brno lose their function due to the relocation of a major railway junction. That means, for the preservation of a functional city structure, it is necessary to find a new and equally significant utilization. Especially considering the location and real as well as abstract significance of these buildings. A crucial aspect is the location at the interface between the newly emerging city district in a brownfield area without identity and the oldest historic city center. Former structures associated with the railway aspire to become new significant urban landmarks capable of mediating the soul and identity of Brno to the new district. Connection is the main theme introduced by the urbanistic concept for the conversion of the area, developed in collaboration with the atelier colleagues Šimon Mareček and Kateřina Jálová. The study also builds upon the ideas of the Office of the Architect of the City of Brno, especially the concept of completing the green urban circuit (following the example of Vienna's Ringstrasse) and the idea of revealing the historic so-called Ferdinand Viaduct. The area is further divided into three consecutive sections (subtitles of three diploma theses). This work primarily focuses on the conversion of the released Amerika building and the newly designed urban space 'underlining the dominant feature of Brno - the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul'. "If a book of unfinished pages lies in front of us, its structure is already inscribed in the essence of the work itself." (Prof. Ivan Koleček, 2010) Amerika possesses an amazing genius loci and great potential to become a significant landmark for its surroundings. The "book of unfinished pages" of the former warehouse building has a structure so distinct and valuable that its violent rewriting would border on sacrilege. The building needs to be approached with extreme sensitivity, highlighting its qualities and adapting the space to new functions with necessary delicate interventions to avoid the destruction of the "structure of the work itself". The project aims to improve access to the building, creating connections with the adjacent park to the east through the revealed Ferdinand Viaduct and with the future city street with multifunctional buildings to the west. Better accessibility of the building is ensured by a level connection leading through a symbolic gate from the newly designed houses opening onto the proposed square beneath Petrov (the Cathedral of Saint Peter and Paul) to the main urban transport hub.
SLAVKOV - REVITALISATION OF BONAPARTE CENTER
Illéš, Juraj ; Plášil, Jiří (referee) ; Boháč, Ivo (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the revitalisation of community centre Bonaparte in Slavkov u Brna. Architectural design of the reconstruction of historical building “Záložna“ and new building in the gap in between houses brings new attractive functions into the historical city core. It aims for renewal of the values of historical object and at the same time tries to achieve the contemporary architectural expression in material solution, respecting the scale of historical environment.
Conversion of the former textile factory Larisch and Sons in Krnov
Illéš, Juraj ; Deferová, Michaela (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
This master’s thesis deals with the conversion of the area of the former textile factory Larisch and Sons in Krnov. The urban design of the area introduces a reinterpretation of the mill race corridor, and creates attractive public spaces connected with the castle area and the historic city center. New functions are proposed in today’s unused historic buildings. The buildings of the former spinning mill and warehouse are converted into administrative and residential premises. The buildings of the former sample room and the production hall house the museum of the textile industry. The architectural solution seeks to preserve the original historical values of the existing buildings and, through the proposed additions, to bring a modern architectural expression to the area that respects the industrial character of the place.
Conversion of the former textile factory Larisch and Sons in Krnov
Illéš, Juraj ; Deferová, Michaela (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
This master’s thesis deals with the conversion of the area of the former textile factory Larisch and Sons in Krnov. The urban design of the area introduces a reinterpretation of the mill race corridor, and creates attractive public spaces connected with the castle area and the historic city center. New functions are proposed in today’s unused historic buildings. The buildings of the former spinning mill and warehouse are converted into administrative and residential premises. The buildings of the former sample room and the production hall house the museum of the textile industry. The architectural solution seeks to preserve the original historical values of the existing buildings and, through the proposed additions, to bring a modern architectural expression to the area that respects the industrial character of the place.
SLAVKOV - REVITALISATION OF BONAPARTE CENTER
Illéš, Juraj ; Plášil, Jiří (referee) ; Boháč, Ivo (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the revitalisation of community centre Bonaparte in Slavkov u Brna. Architectural design of the reconstruction of historical building “Záložna“ and new building in the gap in between houses brings new attractive functions into the historical city core. It aims for renewal of the values of historical object and at the same time tries to achieve the contemporary architectural expression in material solution, respecting the scale of historical environment.

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