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A new building on Kraví hora in Brno
Kabeláčová, Anna ; Kristek, Jan (referee) ; Rozwalka, Szymon (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the use of the potential and possibilities of the Centre of Medicinal Plants at Kraví hora in Brno through the operation of an experimental scientific centre. The building is designed to expand the scope and significance of the centre within its current activities with ways of sensitive use of the garden by the public. The basis of the design is research on the effect of colours on plant growth, which also reflects their effect on humans. The function of the science centre is complemented by the operation of garden therapy on the site. Colours have become the link between scientific purpose and psychological effect on humans. A linear object along the boundary of the site responds to the problems associated with the cultivation of plants and also serves to raise public awareness of the existence of this garden.
A new building on Kraví hora in Brno
Sovíček, Filip ; Kristek, Jan (referee) ; Rozwalka, Szymon (advisor)
Abstract The bachelor thesis deals with a plot of land on Kraví hora. Kraví hora is a multi-layered place that brings together diverse groups and offers many leisure activities from sports in the swimming pool to relaxation in the park. There are Engineering and Law faculties in the area and the selected land adjoins a gardening colony on one side. The proposal deals with university dormitories and this is because students and gardeners can provide a seemingly unusually harmonious use of the area. The two groups will not interfere; the gardens are busiest at the weekend when many students go home. On the other side, the plot is surrounded by a road leading from the “likusáky” to car repair shop. Two worlds meet here, the traffic on the busy road and the tranquility of the private gardens. The project reflects this difference and therefore treats the two sides of the building differently. The side facing the road consists of a fixed grid of rooms. In contrast, the east side is seen in the work as a continuation of the gardens and a gradation into a sprawling structure. The staggered exterior walls of this section ensure plenty of light despite the orientation to the east, while creating nooks and balconies for social gatherings or private respite. The transition between these worlds is formed by a central corridor with a staircase and lift, which penetrates both sides of the building in the form of public rooms. Under the whole building is a covered space for free use and a garage, which in its structural division follows the whole building. In this space there is also a utility room and a lift tube. The west side of the building is flanked by two ramps leading from the busy road to the main and side entrances.
A new building on Kraví hora in Brno
Bogárová, Zora ; Kristek, Jan (referee) ; Rozwalka, Szymon (advisor)
The thesis focuses on addressing the current state of the garages situated at the base of Kraví Hora in Brno. The design concept for the parking house, integrated with a sports hall, draws inspiration from the surrounding streets. These streets, strategically positioned at the entrance to Kraví Hora, exhibit dynamic fluctuations fullness and emptiness, presenting a strong opportunity to repurpose the space currently dedicated solely to parking. The cark park is envisioned as a publicly accessible facility characterized by adaptable atmospheres of openness and enclosure, reflecting the flexible utilization of its spaces which extends into the structural concept and possibilities of its redesign. The proposal aims to become a part of Kraví hora, but also of the city and its needs.
A new building on Kraví hora in Brno
Šarišský, Vít ; Kristek, Jan (referee) ; Rozwalka, Szymon (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is dealing with the design of an operational centre for the management of public greenery in the Kraví hora area in Brno. The proposed object is to strengthen and support the conceptual integrity of the greenery of Kraví hora and similarly support the state of greenery in the surrounding areas. The work also deals with the theme of architecture of boundary between the human and the natural. Architecture that may be more of an idea, a prototype and an experiment. It deals with architecture that can present more questions than solutions and creates relationships between coincidence and intention. An acknowledged artificiality and naturality. An architecture that is contextual, organic, radical and essentially ambivalent.
Multichannel audio DAC for laboratory measurements
Kristek, Tomáš ; Kufa, Jan (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Tomáš (advisor)
The content of this bachelor thesis is the design and construction of a multi-channel audio D/A converter, which will be used for laboratory use. It includes a digital signal input using SPDIF communication, the D/A converter itself, control of the D/A converter chip using the SPI bus, power circuits and symmetrical output.
Waste horizon
Ochotná, Barbora ; Rypl Žabčíková, Ada (referee) ; Kristek, Jan (advisor)
The city is a place of accumulation, production and reproduction of production resources and consumption of goods, but waste typically accumulates outside it. It falls out of our horizon physically and mentally. The waste we produce changes the landscape and transforms the processes on earth without most of us visiting the "places of transformation". The project works with the idea of redirecting the final phase of the production chain back to the place of consumption by producing elements of public space from municipal waste. The presentation of waste leads to an awareness of its amount and degree of consumption. At the same time, waste becomes something much more ambivalent, possibly useful or even beautiful.
LIBRARY plus - Multiporpouse Building with Library
Ambrosová, Katarína ; Ponešová, Barbora (referee) ; Kristek, Jan (advisor)
Through the proposal, an idea of hybridised space for developement of two types of human knowledge – the skills and the wisdom, learnable through the language, is brought to life. Main building is proposed as an essential facility for Brno technological community, which is set to a symbiosis with technical library, where the books become more of a cullis, a scenery, than a main point of gaining information. Everything takes place on the same physical and virtual data platform. Architectonical solution is based on the principles of double staircase, which allows to coexist two separated functions, as well as they can be connected when needed, for example during events as workshops, lectures and so on. A centre of share knowledge is made.
Beyond the extent of space and body
Kubová, Marianna ; Tichá,, Jana (referee) ; Kristek, Jan (advisor)
After experiencing moments without sight, strong moments of overcoming space and evaluating behaviour on the basis of information received by non-visual options are fixed in the memory. It was the familiar space I went through without seeing it, that showed new values and suddenly I perceived it completely differently. I focused on the materiality of the movement, which described not only its physical boundaries, but also the various sensible stimuli radiating towards my body and senses. This feeling of experiencing space differently, I would compare to feelings of when you re-discover a familiar place from childhood. We already look differently at the long-fixed images of children's eyes and minds, we are even able to compare this perception now. It is not that we did not have good eyesight as children, but we did not realise overall contexts and did not have certain experiences that now help us lead lives in a certain direction. While going through no-sight-experience myself, I found myself in a situation like that. I was like a child who knew a certain space only to a limited extent, in other words a space limited by sight. The initial intuitive assumption that looking at visual impairment not as a disability but as another means of experiencing world became the basis of inspiration for my project. I began to realise the fact that the perception of space in kids, does not only depend on the functioning of the eyesight but also on the functioning of their brain. Depending on where the children grow up, they experience changing states of the surrounding environment, which is related to their emotional, mental and physical development. However, they do not always grow up in an environment that can stimulate cognitive development and help personal, social or education growth. Thus, such a space cannot provide enough different stimuli for a certain purpose, which should help them thinking in and realise the wider context. Between the age of 3-7 years, a child's brain develops very quickly, using play or various spatial experiences. With its plasticity, the brain offers us a large volume of memory space, where almost everything that a child under the age of 7 sees around him, is initially noted down. But what’s really important is what information remains in the memory and won’t disappear. This is precisely that kind of information that has been strongly supported and influenced by various stimuli, which can always be maintained better than the unsubstantiated constant repetition of situations. Here I tried to insert a multisensory experience, which is used by the blind and visually impaired people as a vital need when moving through space and to compensate their eyesight. This experience is strongly connected with emotions, which are the main element of all long-lasting memories and experiences that we remember. That is why it is appropriate to use multisensorialism also in a learning practice, whether this is led by a teacher or through free play. In children that are not visually impaired, multisensory stimuli can support healthy emotional development but also the formation of synapses in the brain. At the same time, I see as a benefit in inter-connecting of these two groups of children, because they can be an inspiration to each other in their differential processing of information from the surrounding environment. The aim of the work is to create an inclusive space for the sighted and sight-impaired. The aim for the space is to support the possibility of obtaining information using multiple stimuli, which are proposed to be designed within the object-functionality and the overall space of the preschool facility.
Microcosm on the Road
Svoboda, Marek ; Zein, Lynda (referee) ; Kristek, Jan (advisor)
Although there is an international vehicular consensus about signing, the maximum speed allowed or connecting the most significant regions together, their nature is different all based on geographical, cultural or social conditions. Rest stops along the roads reflect each country dispositions. Rest stops are the place where different social and national clusters meet. At this moment building up the rest stops is on behalf of the Czech republic which is not that much interested in it. Instead of taking care and maintain them, because the current state of the reststops is not satisfactory, the Czech republic is letting them to the third parties - supranational corporations. This leads to unpleasant lines along the highways accompanying by petrol stations and cheesy fastfoods. There is no place for rest stops without the need of consummation. The Czech republic has currently begun planning and building up new kilometers of highways and the new opportunities of rest stops arise. Because the existing site is overloaded with petrol stations, supranational corporations are no longer interested in these plots. State has an opportunity to take over and redesign these neglected plots on his own.
LIBRARY plus - Multiporpouse Building with Library
Ochotná, Barbora ; Foretník, Jan (referee) ; Kristek, Jan (advisor)
The library is perceived in the history of human culture as a temple of education and knowledge. The Book Temple. These are the spaces filled with millions of books in which the experiences, fantasies and ideas of mankind are written. Books are the medium that mediates them. They are constantly on the rise, their number is infinite. New books acknowledge, deny or replace old ones. They represent a continuous stream of knowledge whose truth is very relative. No one is able to read all books, and learn the "objective truth". The library creates a strain resulting from the consciousness of inevitable ignorance. Physical space with books continues beyond the boundary of the mirror into endlessness out of our reach. Absolutely surrounded by books and the lack of contact with the outside world allows confrontation with the boundaries of one's own knowledge, which can be unbearable. Escape from the world of books allows stairs, that suddenly appear after passage between library shelves arranged along a curve that prevents perspective view. The mind finds relaxation in the soft spaces on the ground floor or in nature on the roof of the library.

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