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Annen Gate
Valíček, Viktor ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis presents an architectural study of a multifunctional building in Brno.
Annen Gate
Šlosar, Viktor ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis is about the design study of a multifunctional town house. The goal is to complete the corner of Pekařská and Anenská streets in the center of Brno. Predominantly the apartment building is complemented by administrative and commercial function together with the design of underground garages. The set of buildings also creates a new public space.
Annen Gate
Illéš, Ján ; Eichlerová, Eva (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
A multifunctional city block is designed for the currently empty place in Brno, on the corner of Pekarská and Anenská streets. The urban, architectural and material-spatial solution tries to respect the scale and cultural-historical context of the place. The proposed main function of housing is enlivened by additional functions of administration and trade and services on the ground floor. The corner is an important compositional point and the proposed round and glazed shape of the building will form a visual dominant on the view from Pekarská Street. In the city block, the inner space of the courtyard is created, in which the historical heritage of the retaining wall of the hill on which the church once stood is presented. The passage through the city block is possible in the route of the former street U sv. Anny. The lack of green spaces in the courtyard is compensated by the creation of green roofs for residents and users. The architectural expression of the townhouse tries to follow the traditions of modernism, typical for the city of Brno.
Quality of Urban Structure Based on Evaluation of their Inhabitants
Matyášová, Jana ; Vaishar, Antonín (referee) ; Wittmann, Maxmilian (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
Residential satisfaction is a part of the social pillar sustainable development. An investigation of satisfaction can contribute to designing of such residential estates that will better satisfy their needs towards overall life satisfaction. Overall life satisfaction underpins the prosperous and generally satisfied society. This work deals with the relationship between the urban structure and the satisfaction of the residents living there. To describe this relationship, it is necessary to define the terms urban structure and residential satisfaction. The research block shall be based on theoretical grounds and overview of urban structures. The theoretical block deals with the historical overview and development of urban structures in the city of Brno and Vienna since the mid-19th century to the present. Based on this knowledge, locations for case studies of the residential estates have been selected subsequently to represent various urban structures. A local survey, questionnaire survey and interviews with residents took place in the residential estates selected in this way. The result of the research some of questions answers and asks some other ones, because the residential satisfaction is a relative consideration and not an exactly expressible value. It is also conditional on many factors that cannot be managed in this work. It is evident that the compact city may not be well-functioning if it is not in the central part of the city and the relative success of the of the open building line of the prefab estates compared to compact sets nearby city centers has been also a surprising result. However, some other assumptions have been confirmed.
Infuse of specialization on structure cities, rural habitat and landscape
Štěpánek, Martin ; Urbášková, Hana (referee) ; Suchánek, Radek (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
Specialization and concentration of human activity is a phenomenon which accompanies the development of human settlements from their very beginning. While thoroughly explored in other fields, interconnection between pecialisation, on one hand, and urbanism and architecture, on the other, has been neglected. Nevertheless, this issue is of high ignificance since it determines the settlement structure development to a large extent. If understood correctly, this underlying principle of the impact of specialisation and concentration on the settlement development offers a new insight into historical context and enables one to understand the present development.
Unused urban monuments – activation of the head of the Prague viaduct in Brno Urban planning and architectural study
Fučíková, Jarmila ; Pech, Zbyněk (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
First of all, the work should point out the possibilities of activating the non-functioning post-industrial area. The aim is to remove the “wedge” into the center and to bring missing urban activities to the site. For this purpose, I suggest the completion of a city blocks with a housing function, a square with a food market, a city park, and a connection to the surrounding of industrial buildings. The aim is to integrate the site into the city through the completion and rehabilitation of industrial houses. The great creative challenge is to preserve the genius loci of this post-industrial landscape.
Unused urban monuments – activation of the head of the Prague viaduct in Brno Urban planning and architectural study
Slouková, Hana ; Pech, Zbyněk (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
The aim of the urban – architectural study is to connect the historic city centre with the so far problematic and neglected areas along to the viaduct via rehabilitation and conversion of industrial buildings and filling up the city structure with new volumes in order to integrate the area within the organism of the city. Creative efforts are supported by analysis of post-industrial cityscape generally and its problems. The focus will be on sustainable principles, connectivity, eco-friendly transport and creating quality public spaces.
Urban concept of BVV Trade Fairs Brno
Sannikova, Olga ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (referee) ; Sátora, Josef (advisor)
This thesis has been prepared as urban study BVV in Brno. The project deals with the revitalization of the area, streamlining usage in the long run. The area is delimited to the northeast street Hlinka, southwest Street Bauer. The territory is located near the center of Brno, near the Mendel Square. It is directly connected to the ring road. The main objectives of the project are to restore its original luster campus, thanks to which Brno became known in the world - to create an international cultural and sports science node. Open to the public year-round resort and create new areas of specific housing related to the function of the complex.
Urban study of developing area Dolní Vítkovice
Vlach, Jan ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (referee) ; Sátora, Josef (advisor)
The object of this Thesis is an area adjacent to European heritage site of Dolni Vitkovice, in the city of Ostrava, Moravian-Silesian Region. This work focuses on making the area more accessible by all means of transportation, overcoming natural and man-made barriers as well as exploring the possibility of dense development on the site while maintaining its industrial identity. All that in context of otherwise slowly shrinking post-industrial city with aging and declining urban population.
Block Cejl – Svitava RIver Waterfront
Malůšek, Jan ; Dundáček, Josef (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
This Bachelor Thesis deals with an urbanistic concept and a following architectonic solving of a currently deteriorating brownfield in Brno – Zábrdovice, between Cejl Street and the right side of the Svitava River. The Thesis consists of an analytical part and a project part. Draught concept is based on request of a hypothetical investor and current owner of the property to create an interesting new housing capacity with possible interweaving with shops and services. The aim of the project is a refinement of the area with overlapping into neighbourhood, an expantion of the boulevard and a recultivation of the watercourse of the Svitava River and a part of it’s waterfront. The main thought of the design is the inseparable interlacing of urban apartment housing with private space of outdoor terraces and green roofs with the opportunity to cultivate own soil with a minimal negative impact on the surroundings.

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