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Gallery of Modern Art in Brno
Knipiglová, Nina ; Doležal, Ondřej (referee) ; Novák, Petr (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis focuses on the design of a modern art gallery located in the city district of Brno-Center. The plot, with an elevation ranging from 205.200 to 207.100 meters above sea level, features an irregular layout. While the central location is advantageous, nearby roadways contribute to the noise in the local environment. The structure, consisting of five floors with two underground and three above-ground levels, is designed in accordance with the city's plan for mixed-use areas, taking into consideration the planned circular park. The main entrance is located on the first floor on the western side, featuring a large entrance hall, a café, a library, and office spaces. The second and third floors are designated for exhibition spaces, supplemented by rentable studio areas. The underground sections include double-decker garages and supply rooms. The design concept responds to the surroundings; the building's break follows the street line in the Kolište section, and the northern façade is parallel to the city hall. The building's façade is visually divided. The first above-ground floor is glazed with white plaster, while the other above-ground levels are covered with aluminum panels. The objective of the project is to integrate into the urban environment and provide a space that supports cultural and social activities in Brno-Center.

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