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Production of aquariums Brno Pavlica
Chrobák, Milan ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor) ; Bečkovský, David (advisor)
This bachelors final project is based on an atelier project of the sixth semester of the bachelors study program of architecture of civil engineering. This project is based on the original design. The task was to design an object suitable for production and show of large-sized interior aquarias made by company PAVLICA Akvária, originaly located in Uherský Ostroh, and its administration. The plot, where the object has to be located, is labeled as brownfield no. 0811. This area is situated in Horní Heršpice, Brno. Designed object respects the surrounding terrain and copies it with its staging volume. The building is reflecting personal and profesional approach of the company to every contract. The building is two-storey. On its ground floor, there is situated showroom for presetation of company and for event happenings. On the second floor, there is administration offices, staff facilities, support areas, production itself including stock.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Za Lužánkami, Brno
Venclík, Ondřej ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis was to prepare an urban study of a sports center in Brno Za Lužánkami. Before the diploma thesis, we focused on this area in the previous winter semester. The aim of the diploma thesis is to develop an architectural study of the multifunctional sports complex. In the current state of the area around the football stadium and the Boby Center / Cosmopolitan Hotel, there is a lot of paved space, used only for parking. The territory has great potential for revitalizing the territory. Not only its size, but also its proximity to the very center of Brno. The urban problem of the current area is the neglected technical condition of the buildings, the unsatisfactory function of the buildings and the poor connection of the area to the surroundings via Drobného street and Sportovní street. The aim of the work was to design the demolition of the football stadium. Unfortunately, as it has been raining into it for over fifty years and the concrete structures are in an irreparable condition. The main part is therefore dedicated to this part of the new territory, which will be created by the demolition of the football stadium. In the new territory, I chose the construction of divided sports facilities. Each building will specialize in one given sport. The buildings will have entrance areas, sanitary facilities and gyms. The proposal will respect an important axis of vision for the former football stadium from Rybníček street. There was a rich sports history here in Brno, which my parents also experienced. An important aspect of the design is the strong genius loci, which must be worked with sensitively. This area deserves to be revived so that the inhabitants of the whole of Brno can play sports again, as it was a few decades ago on the daily agenda to practice in this green locality.
Purposeful updating of a set of historical objects
Rozhkova, Ekaterina ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The major goal of masters thesis is purposeful updating of a set of historical objects while also incorporating a new architectural object. Porta Coeli is located in Předklášteří, Tišnov. Předklášteří is a settlement in the Brno-venkov district of the South Moravian Region. Porta Coeli monastery is a national cultural monument. The thesis focuses on new use of the granary and barn buildings in the Porta Coeli area. The granary is a historically significant Baroque structure from the 17th century. It is a big structure with four floors and a basement. It is currently unusable and in dangerous technical state. In a granary building with a restaurant and conference space in the basement, the project primarily provides short-term accommodations. The structure will mostly house guests in double rooms in terms of capacity. There will be 25 seats available in the restaurant. The barn, which will be turned into a multifunctional hall, is closely linked to the project. All of this adds up to a complex that is perfect for weddings, team-building activities, and other social gatherings. The Barn building with the insertion of a new architectural object is on the riverbank. The multifunctional use of the building, the ballroom with facilities for weddings, meetings, will be connected to the outdoor area by the river, the snack bars are designed for catering.
Purposeful updating of a set of historical objects
Pill, Tomáš ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis is the design for the renovation of the Porta Coeli monastery complex in the village of Předklášteří. It is a unique, valuable place with a rich history and spiritual character. Monastic life is a historical and, to some extent, today's purpose. However, it is currently in decline and can be expected to disappear completely in some time. Large parts of the area, including historic buildings, are thus in a dilapidated state without use. The monastery provides the visitor with only a minimum of possibilities - a visit to the museum, guided tours, Sunday service. However, the place has a huge recreational, rehabilitation and spiritual potential, which the proposal seeks to develop. Based on the analyzes of the current state and utilization, buildings and areas for further design were selected. These are mainly objects: sýpka, ovčín, probožštví, kočárovna, stará fortna, II.kvadratura, opatství and added new building. Of these, the new building and the stará fortna are further elaborated. The design respects the currently implemented and prepared plans with the monastery. The designed objects are of different typology and functional content, they are connected thematically with the effort to create a comprehensive complex focused on wedding ceremonies, rehabilitation, cultural activities and other social events.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Vsetín, Ohrada
Páralová, Veronika ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to create an architectural and urban study of a multifunctional sports complex in Vsetín. The current sports complex, which is located in Vsetín - Ohrada, is in poor technical condition and partly unused. My intention is to create a complex that will serve not only athletes but the general public. In the area, sports facilities are accompanied by recreational ones. The area offers a wide range of activities for different target groups. The main building of the entire complex is a multifunctional sports hall. There is also a gym, exercise rooms and a tennis club. All these buildings and other outdoor sports fields are concentrated around the perimeter of the complex. In order to create an undisturbed recreational area in the middle of the area. Thanks to the partial burying of some buildings underground, a large park sloping down to the river with beautiful views of the opposite wooded hill is created. The possibilities of recreation in the area include the already mentioned park area, which encourages play and relaxation. In the complex, there is a cafe, barbecue area, playground, bike path along the river and skate park.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Za Lužánkami, Brno
Julínek, Roman ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The architectural-urban study of the sports and recreational centre Za Lužánkami in Brno deals with the complex design of the sports and recreational complex. At present, the area of the former Boby Centre is in a poor condition. Fully functioning buildings in the area are a hotel, a concert hall and a tennis hall with outdoor courts, while the remaining buildings and areas, led by the football stadium, are dilapidated and do not fulfil their potential for public life. I approached the assignment as a solution to a complicated problem with many variables. The design provides a clear definition and morphology of the buildings, living, sports and recreational areas, including green spaces. It helps to social interaction and induce new contacts between people. It addresses the needs of current and future generations of residents. Connects and links to the transport infrastructure of the neighbourhood at all levels. Refers to the past and thus preserves in all respect the famous sporting genius of the locus to which it adds its own distinctive added value. Based on the design concept, a study has been carried out that takes advantage of a quality site in an attractive location in the city and offers a range of sports and recreational facilities. The main idea behind the design was to connect and relate the area to its surroundings. To offer a high quality public realm that will appeal to as many residents as possible across all generations through its range of functions and focus. Proportionate to its size and importance, several masses and objects were designed to divide the large area into smaller interconnected units. Each area has its own face, its own content and its own typical atmosphere that will win over its users. A good public space can be recognised by the way its users treat it. It becomes a mirror of society. If the design listens to the wishes and needs of the majority of the inhabitants, it becomes useful and sustainable at any time.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Vsetín, Ohrada
Tallmayer, Dominik ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
This paper aims to elaborate an urbanistic study focused on the establishment of a multifunction athletic and recreational area located in Vsetín-Ohrada, carrying the name of the location, Ohrada. The reason to elaborate on this project is the current desolate state of the area, which already does not fulfil its purpose and serves only as lodgings and as a facility for the tennis club. My approach for this project implies identified accidence of buildings with an emphasis on maximal use of daylight, open spaces, green areas, and social interactions. All of these parts connect ideas and needs of future generations and deliver into the area new Genio Loci. For me, the biggest challenge in this complex area is finding the answer to meaningful use of the big amount of soil that is part of the canker tribune. The solution for this challenge might be in the creation of new access paths and footbridge to the buildings which provide several parts of space with different atmosphere and purpose. The main idea was the creation of a leisure public space with an emphasis on the variability of used areas that serve people from all age groups. It creates several main areas that divide the location and deliver various atmospheres for each generation. Additionally, the area as a whole is open and accessible to the public. A sign of long-term functional society is the ability of considerable behaviour toward public areas. Space in front of and between buildings happened to be more important than the building itself. In this case, we can talk about public life that is sustainable in time.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Vsetín, Ohrada
Marková, Dominika ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The assignment is an architecture and urban planning study of a sports and recreation center. The solved area is located in the town of Vsetín, in the part called Ohrada. Nowdays, the area is obsolete, unfunctional and also unmodern. My project is mainly focused to create a concept that responds to the environment, offers outdoor and indoor spaces for all generations. It allows better connection with nature, variable use, and division of area by function. The design is defined by the river Bečva on the west side and a busy 1st class road on the east side. It was important to separate pedestrians and cyclists from motor vehicles. The response to this restriction is to direct traffic in the area to the west, towards the river. This creates a terrain works that optically deflects the design in a quieter direction. Buildings are placed in the line and oriented in the western direction. After creating the terrain, I divided the area into several segments according to functionality. In the heart of the area, a multifunctional central hall with an inner climbing wall is set in the terrain. In front of it is a public space for meetings, sports and recreation. On the other side, there is a basketball court, a workout playground, a children's playground in front of the hall and a rest area of ??greenery closer to the river. If we continue southerly down, another cube set into the terrain is a building with a restaurant and a cafe. The southernmost building is a tennis club with facilities for athletes and squash. In front of the building there is a 9x tennis court with a grandstand. Closer to the river and the bike path there is an outdoor climbing wall. From the newly created embankment, the area is divided by a cycle path around the river. Behind the bridge is a green belt separated area which, unlike the previous ones, is tuned in a calmer spirit. We will find a building of a yoga and meditation center.
Childern´s Sanatorium Ostrov u Macochy
Vencovská, Tereza ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
This master’s thesis was prepared as an architectural study on the topic of Childern's sanatorium Ostrov u Macochy. It proposes design of a new children’s treatment centre that uses the nearby Císařská Cave for speleotherapeutic treatment. The municipality of Ostrov u Macochyis in the district of Blansko. The new building is located on the outskirts of the village surrounded by the nature of the protected area CHKO Moravský kras, the terrain is sloping and oriented to the south. These are the main attributes that the object uses and adapts to.The treatment centre operates in a single building with two main floors. The ground floor has space for commercial use, entrance hall, medical, rehabilitation and administrative part, kitchen and facilities for speleotherapy and operation of the treatment centre. The first floor is dedicated to children. One half of the first floor consists of playing areas and rooms for accommodated children and separate rooms for children accommodated with their parents. In the second half of the first floor there is an elementary school with three classrooms, a dining room and a caretaker's apartment. Thanks to the terrain, it is possible to enter the atrium and the garden with sports grounds from the entire first floor. This creates a connection between the interior and surrounding nature. The construction system of the building is mostly brick, supplemented by reinforced concrete columns, sprayed forms of prestressed ceiling slabs, the roof is flat green. The main idea of the urban solution is to create serious looking building connected with nature, which will respect the sloping terrain and the surrounding buildings. The architectural solution is based on a simple cubic U-shaped form, partially embedded in the terrain. The mass forms the atrium. The dominant feature of the facade are coloured shielding slats, which prevent the building from overheating. These slats also appear elsewhere on the facade and children can play
Childern´s Sanatorium Ostrov u Macochy
Sochorová, Jana ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The topic of this master’s thesis was to make an architectural study of the Childern´s sanatorium with speleotheraphy in Ostrov u Macochy. The Sanatorium provides a professional care to the children and teenage with respiratory diseases, asthma but also skin diseases. The proposed building will primarily serve the needs of this sanatorium with the possibility of using some of its parts by the public. The area is located near the upper entrance to the Císařská jeskyně, which is now used for speleotherapy. The new building will be located on a sloping terrain near the surrounding development, which consists only of family houses. The ambition of the proposal was to use the orientation of the slope to the south, which offers a beautiful view of the town and at the same time sensitively set the building into the surrounding landscape of the Moravian Karst. The project itself consists of 4 main buildings that are interconnected by atrium in the middle. This atrium connects not only buildings, but also individual services, and thus acts as a kind of communication node.

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