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New Intersection Graph Hierachies
Chmel, Petr ; Jelínek, Vít (advisor) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (referee)
String graphs are the intersection graphs of curves in the plane. Asinowski et al. [JGAA 2012] introduced a hierarchy of VPG graphs based on the number of bends and showed that the hierarchy contains precisely all string graphs. A similar hierarchy can be observed with k-string graphs: string graphs with the additional condition that each pair of curves has at most k intersection points. We continue in this direction by introducing precisely-k-string graphs which restrict the representation even more so that each pair of curves has either 0 or precisely k intersection points with all of them being crossings. We prove that for each k ≥ 1, any precisely-k-string graph is a precisely-(k + 2)-string graph and that the classes of precisely-k-string graphs and precisely-(k + 1)-string graphs are incomparable with respect to inclusion. We also investigate the problem of finding an efficiently representable class of intersec- tion graphs of objects in the plane that contains all graphs with fixed maximum degree. In the process, we introduce a new hierarchy of intersection graphs of unions of d hori- zontal or vertical line segments, called impure-d-line graphs, and other variations of the class with representation restrictions. We prove that all graphs with maximum degree ≤ 2d are impure-d-line graphs and for d = 1...
How will we grow up together?
Polanská, Andrea ; Müller, Rudolf (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
My diploma thesis is based on my pre-diploma project called “How will we live together?”. The project was a collaboration of the whole atelier (collective), the result of our work was theoretical concept and urbanistic arrangement. We have done research and defined these terms: reciprocity, globalization and sustainability. Afterwards, we have applied our research on our solved area of the former sugar refinery in Šlapanice. The aim of our concept was to break the borders between the young and the old generation and between the individuals and the families. The concept was questioning the conventional lifestyle. Therefore, our urbanistic design was miscellaneous and was also helping to connect people of different ages. In the end, we had three questions to answer: How will we live together? How will we work together? And finally, how we grow up together. The last one has become the subject of my diploma thesis. The aim of my thesis is to design the draft of a kindergarten conjoined with housing for seniors. The designed complex should encourage people to interact. It should be a place to spend time together, create an intergenerational social network, and make the communities more attractive. It is not just about connecting seniors and children, but also about creating a community. The project is also concerned about a sustainable future in harmony with nature, because it can solve many world problems.
How will we live together?
Wintner, Roman ; Kocián, Václav (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
In my thesis How We Will Live Together I deal with the phenomenon of participatory housing. The first phase of the thesis is a research in which I analyse types of community housing from abroad, I examine the history of collective housing in the Czech Republic. I focus on different possibilities of participation within housing, which I demonstrate with real examples. I try to point out the still insufficient support of similarly oriented projects that could have a positive impact on the development of the housing issue in the country. In the second phase of the thesis, I develop a characterization of a fictive group of people, a community, on which I try to demonstrate the functioning and feasibility of a participatory housing project and the bottom-up model. The result is an architectural design on the site of the former sugar factory in Šlapanice, taking into account the interests and needs of the site and the community. It is a kind of reflection pointing out the possibilities and variability of the implementation of such a project in specific Czech conditions. I am basing my ideas on a foreign model, which I am trying to transfer to the territory of a more relaxed development. An important consideration in the work is given to the questions of the future in connection with housing. In the project I am working with the design of 5 different buildings, one of which also serves as a common centre for the community. The buildings are characterised by different approaches to design according to the individuality of the group of owners. I bring further considerations of possible functioning through the different zoning of the plots without strict subdivision and the different approach to the use of cars. As a paradoxical response of future housing, I bring a return to tradition and customs similar to the village environment. Not only in connection with cultivation, poultry farming, escape from hecticness, but especially with an orientation towards real values and healthy relationships, which can be mediated precisely by participatory housing.
How will we live together?
Sochorková, Tereza ; Joura, Ivo (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to propose a solution for build-up area on a land in a currently neglected and uncultivated precint of a former sugar refinery of Šlapanice, extending between the streets Nádražní and Dlouhá near the centre of this smaller town. The design of urbanism of the place comes from the prethesis project. The whole land is approached as most penetrable, and above all for walkers. Automobile transport is slowed down by the indirect course of roads, which emanate through the precint, that, as a whole, is conceived as living zone. Thus, emphasis is placed on on amiability of the place, pleasant scale of buildings freely distributed on a whole land, which per se is a large park serving as a space for meeting. Respect towards to existence of nature, as an important and unavoidable constituent all around us, is intensified by the line-up of the precint to passing river Říčka along the east border of the estate. I have tried to approach the desing itself as a most beneficial not only fur human beings, but also for the animals and nature per se, which deserve a sufficient space and respect. It is the effort and connection of the nature and people, which accompanies the whole design, in which not only the variability of objects as currently needed, ecological, economical, readily and fast construction are intended, but above all to learn to handle energy and food sources, to value their price and to know the cycle, which stands behind their obtaining.
The Building on Obilní trh
Jálová, Kateřina ; Ježková, Tereza (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
The Obilní trh is a notable public space in the image of the Brno city. Its southern part has not been completed yet, although there is plenty of potential for development of the city, or its public institutions. The form of public administration and its authorities are criticized for a long period of time. There are a minimum of examples of modern, open, flexible and even sustainable public buildings. The social discourse is calling for them louder and louder and architects must have the answer for this calling prepared.
The Building on Obilní trh
Hynšt, Lukáš ; Štěpánek, Martin (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
The current appearance of the surroundings of the Obilní trh, a square with a park situated nearby the city centre of Brno, isn’t unproblematic. Above all, on Údolní Street, between the tram stop and the Office of the Public Defender of Rights, there is an inadequate car park and a torso of a terraced building in an unsatisfactory condition. All this is a flaw in the beauty already represented by the park on the Obilní trh and the forest park adjacent to the Špilberk Castle. This work places the building of the Office of the Defender of Children's Rights - an institution that is to be established in the Czech Republic soon to control the progress of authorities, as well as other institutions that may interfere with the child's social and legal status instead of parking lots and neglected buildings. The solution is designed to be modern, open, and sustainable. With its idea and concrete form, it suggests that it welcomes children and their parents with open arms, but it is also a pleasant place for employees who implement the institution's powers daily. In addition to the "office" itself, the building and its surroundings offer parking, spaces for commercial use and for temporary accommodation. Its visual side suitably illustrates the surroundings full of greenery and the bustle of social life.
The Building on Obilní trh
Holbová, Natália ; Petruš, Lukáš (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
The Obilný trh is an unmissable public space in the image of the city of Brno. However, its southern part has not yet been completed and hides a huge potential for the development of the city and its public institutions. The form of public administration and its offices are facing long-term criticism. There are minimal examples of modern, open, flexible and sustainable public buildings. Social discourse is calling for them more and more, and architects must have an answer ready for them.
The Building on Obilní trh
Hladíková, Tereza ; Skála, Ondřej (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
The grain market is part of the city center of Brno. The grain market is a square with a park that overlooks the Špilberk hill. However, Údolní Street, as a connecting link between the center and the Grain Market, has several shortcomings. One of the key ones is the gap between the Ombudsman's office and the public transport stop. There is currently an unsuitable car park and several dilapidated houses on this gap. These houses are slowly being demolished due to their poor technical condition. An undeveloped gap in the Grain Market is a long-term problem that needs to be addressed. It is currently the property of the South Moravian Region. According to information, he does not currently intend to address this issue in the near future. In the future, he is interested in stopping it. This plan is in sight, but when it occurs, the City of Brno, which is interested in the plot, will also take part in this project. The building for the office of the South Moravian Region, or rather its branch, will be installed in the gap. The current headquarters does not have sufficient capacity and it completely lacks any conference center or place where unions could expand and add to more sections. The proposal and the overall idea to choose a branch of the regional office were created in consultation with the regional office. In the future, it is not expected that the current unions will disappear, but rather that sub-committees may begin to be selected and formed, thus creating the right to additional office space. The proposal also takes into account the space for catering for employees and the public. The idea of transparency allows the interconnection of individual structures. The bachelor's thesis will test knowledge in the areas of design of urban public spaces, office buildings, buildings for temporary housing, interior design and technical design of the building.
The Building on Obilní trh
Daňová, Barbora ; Štěpánek, Martin (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
The gap on the opposite side of Obilní trh has been a neglected area for a long time and it looks unaesthetic. The location of the place is ideal for the construction of a building of public interest as it is located near the city center and at the same time it is surrounded by nature especially the park around the castle Spilberk. The situation is solved in this thesis by designing a multifunctional building which houses mainly the Office of district Brno střed, Brno City Architect's Office and the Urban Center. The premises attract with their variable use and also with the mutual communication of the building with the outdoor spaces. The urbanism of the design respects and complements the surrounding public space while not disturbing the current state of public infrastructure and life in the city. On the contrary, the design supports the attractiveness of the place and the city of Brno as such.
The Building on Obilní trh
Čuláková, Michaela ; Ježková, Tereza (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the design of a modern and transparent office building in Brno on the Grain Market. Due to the proximity of the community garden, Špilberk and the incompleteness of the building of the environmental department in Brno, the Institute for the Environment was chosen. The building provides also catering and accommodation for guest collaborators, along with areas for office promotion, which include a lecture hall and a gallery. The shape of the building closes the southern part of the Grain Market and thanks to the vertical garden that forms the facade contributes to improving the microclimate.

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