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Gaps – empty spaces inside Brno
Olekšáková, Nina ; Joja, Marie (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the appropriate addition of a building at a breakthrough at the intersection of Bratislavska, Příkop and Koliště streets, where the design describes residential buildings intended for rental housing - specifically for seniors and young people, together with the associated civic amenities and commercial premises.
Koprivnice 3.0
Tran, Tuan Anh ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is design of city development with purpose of revitalizing city of Kopřivnice. This moravian-silesian city is significant mostly from the point of automobile industry, however there is intention to create new background for young people and small businesses in the future. Kopřivnice’s problem with decreasing population is trying to be resolved by creating detached unit of one of the universities in Ostrava, which will lead to increased number of students. Creating background for students, graduates and young families along with options for starting small businesses would contribute to retention of these young people in city of Kopřivnice. The city has selected a location for development with this purpose and this thesis is aiming to check the potential of said location and to create a guide with subsequent design of specific building.
Koprivnice 3.0
Adamová, Dominika ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the design of a building for a children‘s group. It is located in the perspective location of Házeňák, which is located near the center of Kopřivnice. It follows on from the assignment to design a set of buildings that will follow the function of student housing. When thinking about the cycle with the arrival of new students who can more easily settle in Kopřivnice and find or maintain a relationship with this city, it is related to the building of apartments, spaces for building businesses and increasing the capacity of kindergartens and nurseries. The study of spaces for the children‘s group reacts to the fragmented surrounding buildings and fits in with the height of the family houses. It gives the residents of Kopřivnice the opportunity to use other forms of pre-school education and fulfills one of the requirements of the strategic plan for increasing nursery capacity.
Koprivnice 3.0
Vyležíková, Hana ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the analysis of a site known as Házeňák, located in the north of Kopřivnice. The site, originally used as a handball playground, is currently used as a temporary parking lot. The aim is to understand what possibilities this site offers for future use and how it could contribute to the development of Kopřivnice. This space with great potential now represents a new direction for the development of the city. The connection with the University opens the door for young people looking for inspiration, education and new opportunities. The starter flats are ready to offer young graduates a home and an opportunity to start their careers. This initiative creates a bridge between education and professional life, enabling young people to stay in the city and contribute to its prosperity.
Koprivnice 3.0
Lánský, Michal ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
In the previous semester, an urban study examined the possibilities in the area called Házeňák, in Kopřivnice. Subsequently, it specified development plans in the locality through a manual and an ideological solution. I chose a building in the south-eastern part of the Házeňák locality for processing. The longitudinal mass lines the busy class II road (Czechoslovak Army) and thus continues along the street line caused by residential and civic development towards the city centre. (Kadláčkova Street). The aim is to design adequate student housing
Petržalka - a sustainable city
Pružincová, Mária ; Pech, Zbyněk (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
The entire world is trying to achieve carbon neutrality. Mitigation measures and carbon footprint compensations are the top topics of political summits in a developed society. However, if we want to think about future generations, we must talk about sustainability. How can we achieve carbon neutrality in a sustainable way, so that the steps we take have a long-term positive impact and are not just temporary patches on a leaky system? We have long known that it is not enough to install solar panels on roofs. It is not enough to build new neighbourhoods based on a modern low-emission principle. We must primarily focus on the development of what we have already built and into which we have already invested a considerable amount of energy and resources. Panel housing estates are a specific settlement structure that has become an integral part of the image of the cities in our region. Prefabrication resulted in typified elements and objects that are their characteristic manifestation, but each housing estate also has its unmistakable specifics. The development of Petržalka was unregulated for a long time. While new neighbourhoods with thousands of new residents were emerging on the periphery, the development of the inner city, with a few exceptions, stagnated. This area hides the greatest potential. Discussions about the fate of panel housing estates have shifted from radical humanisation through their sanitation to the preservation of their architectural values. Today we must move even further. In times of climate crisis and resource scarcity, it is essential to also think about sustainability and reducing global warming. The Sustainable Development Manual aims to create a set of measures that will lead the Petržalka locality Dvory IV to environmentally and socially sustainable development. The proposed measures are the result of analytical work based on qualitative research and a search of professional literature. The cornerstone of the manual is the identification of the problems of the area under consideration. I defined the problems based on observations and interviews with residents in situ. To gain a deeper perspective in solving the identified problems, I discussed with experts whose specialisation is related to the given topic.
Kohnova cihelna (Kohn's brickyard ) – a carbon-neutral city
Hynšt, Lukáš ; Sátora, Josef (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
In recent years, there has been increasing talk of carbon-free districts, cities and even continents in the context of global warming, with intensive research into the possibilities and limits of this phenomenon. Also in this context, specific urban and architectural proposals are being developed more often than before. These proposals work with carbon-free technologies and building or urban elements that can reduce production of carbon emissions and its absorption into the atmosphere. This work also deals with this. Specifically, this work locates a new (mostly residential) district on the eastern side of Červený kopec, in the area of the former Kohn's Brickworks, and through the use of various urban design approaches and building technology solutions, it seeks to move towards achieving carbon neutrality for this complex. Author does so in the knowledge that he is not able to achieve an ideal state under the current conditions, but he considers it necessary to at least come as close to it as possible. In doing so, he applies the findings of his research on the topic of carbon neutral cities.
Development of the cities in the early post-socialism. The impact of the liberalization in the nineties of the 20th century to the planned development of socialist modernism
Sedlák, Jaroslav ; Kováč, Bohumil (referee) ; Wittmann, Maxmilian (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
Housing estate quarters of urban structures, that have been built in the period of socialism, currently suffer from the necessary urban transformations and neoplasms. While both here and in many other countries of the former Soviet satellites, is a form of housing estates and their development tied by regulations and "economic players" who determine the radical architectural or urban design changes, in areas of the former Soviet Union is the current form of housing units resulted by unguided architectural and urban interventions. Though in many cases, the expansive examples that are bordering with so called "folk art", we can observe on them the functional principles of "urbanity". They may represent a potential for future design and development of housing estates in the Czech Republic. The thesis will thematize the process of using bloc-of-flats areas in Czech republic as well as in economically low powerful countries, namely Moldova and Georgia. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, while new economic system has destroyed the original urban structure so called mikrorajon, with the development of small individualism the private sector has changed the form of the city housing estate. The total economic collapse and lack of spatial regulation began to offer an accessible alternative housing and place to do business. We can discover kiosks and gradually expanding parterres of real urban type. At the same time we can see new front of street responding to space reserves and distance, as well as appearance of vertical streets inside the houses. The construction itself is no longer just a place for living, but many flats are used as offices and small businesses. Services are developed and the total value of diversity of the environment begins to grow rapidly. Typical monotony of housing units is starting to fade and transformed into a network monitoring the needs of the population. Thus the periphery offer a distinctive part of the city.
Polyfunctional house at Brno Veveri - Urbanistic-architectonic study
Mezei, Peter ; Sátora, Josef (referee) ; Kopáčik, Gabriel (advisor)
Following the surrounding local urban structure I have designed the block structure of buildings. One of the blocks were chosen for polyfunctional building that include mix of urban dwellings – shopping floor in ground floor and offices in the second floor. These functions are supplemented by three floors of rent apartments, senior living and apartments in public ownership. The central part of building is courtyard surrounded by porch, terraces and balconies.

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