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Renewal of the limekiln in Grygov
Venglář, Václav ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The aim of this bachelor’s thesis is to design restoration of the Grygov limekiln and to find new use for it and its surroundings. The building is not listed as historical monument, however according to the assignment it is treated as if it was. The project proposes to use the building as a multifunctional object with seasonal service for taking place of social and cultural events with use of the building’s surroundings. The restoration method is pluralistic. The aim is to capture the existing state, restore selected construction and its elements and to bring new objects to fulfil legal requirements. New objects correspond to the technical essence of the building and existing materials. The interventions are designed to be reversible if possible. The proposed interventions help the object to fulfil its potential as important spot near the city of Olomouc.
Renewal of the former coaching inn in Tišnov
Velazquez Hernandezová, Natalie ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor's thesis is the renewal of the cultural monument of the former coaching inn vol. Peklo in Tisnov. The subject of the proposal was the preparation of documentation for the building permit and part of the documentation for the construction on the basis of an architectural study, which was prepared in the subject AG035 Monuments renewal studio. The aim was to design the renovation of the inn, its new functional use and design a family house for the owner. My main concept is to make the inn building as intact as possible and to adapt it to the current requirements for the new content of the cultural center in combination with the preservation of valuable structures and elements. The most significant intervention in the external appearance of the building there are the those two extensions on the west facade, which hide the hygienic facilities and staff facilities. The visible above-ground extension is separated from the building by a glass connecting neck so that it is still possible to perceive the original form. The second building of the sanitary facilities is connected by an elevator to the above-ground extension, but it is located under the newly modified terrain, so only a small tube with an entrance from the lower courtyard is visibly added to the building from the exterior. The building of the newly built family house is separated from the building of the inn and embraces the existing cellar, the construction of which will be secured and cleaned and will continue to serve its purpose. The cellar will not be visible from the outside, but its value will remain preserved in the interior as a hidden treasure. This is a plot of land in the historic center of the town of Tišnov, where it was necessary to solve the separation of the private and public zones, landscaping and connection of extensions to the existing building. The proposed concept works with the division of the land into two height levels, which are linked to the histo
Arpitha - hippocentre Podolí u Brna
Palová, Iva ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Smolka, Radim (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis follows the course AG 032 completed in the second year of studies. The main topic is the design of the Arpitha Hippocenter complex in the village of Podolí u Brna. The land is located on the southern slope of the hill outside the village center. Next to the area of our concern, there is the premises of the former collective farm (JZD) located. The design of my hippocenter project is in the vein of a family stable, with emphasis on quality and pleasant environment for the recreational riding disciplines skills development. The complex should offer safe space for possible school trips and occasional races. The complex provides stables for 14 horses with facilities, spacious paddocks, a hall with a riding area of 20 × 40 m and a grandstand with sanitary facilities. Also, a circular riding hall, a mini zoo, storage of 190 bales of hay and sawdust and facilities for riders and club members with a clubhouse and club sauna are included.
Renewal of the baroque rectory in Sebranice
Ivanová, Charlotte ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Sobotka, Jindřich (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is to prepare documentation for building permits and the documentation for the building construction of a baroque rectory in Sebranice near Boskovice. The project is based on the subject AG033 - Studio of Architectural Design 3 - Restoration of Monuments. The aim of the studio work was the renewal and new function of the existing and currently unused listed building of the Baroque rectory. The existing appearance of the rectory dates from the 18th century and is currently in poor technical condition. It is important to secure it statically. During object design, I focused on the future use of the building and practicality while maximally preserving the valuable parts. The existing building is supplemented by an extension with technical facilities and transformed into a cultural and community centre of the village. While the first floor provides community rooms for various workshops, the second floor contains a puppet museum and a multifunctional hall. Emphasis was also placed on the functionality of the entire complex. It is divided into three parts. The eastern part with a community garden, the western part with a summer cinema and space for larger cultural events and the northern part with a garden leading to a small library building. The whole revitalized area can now serve the citizens for various types of events and be fully utilized.
Arpitha - hippocentre Podolí u Brna
Čermák, Martin ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Sobotka, Jindřich (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis is based on the project of the Hippocentre, or training center for horses, processed in the third semester of the bachelor's study. The equestrian center is designed on a plot in the village of Podolí near Brno. It is a plot of land on the outskirts of the village next to the agricultural cooperative. The designed area is divided into several operating units. In the northern part of the plot there is a technical section, where the supply of hay, manure removal, horse loading and also the parking of the necessary equipment for the operation will take place. The technical part is separated from the public by the stables and warehouse buildings, but the connection through the passage between the buildings is maintained. Public traffic is located in the middle of the plot. At the entrance to the complex, it is possible to park the vehicle in 9 parking spaces. The car park is connected to the clubhouse with an outdoor terrace, where there is a buffet to serve visitors. In the basement there is a sauna with a private outdoor area overlooking the horse paddocks. The most dominant element of the area is the riding hall, which has a separate entrance for the public and for employees and horses. The entrance is directly connected to the outdoor riding area for warming up the horse before the performance. In the lower part there is a path to the paddocks with a circle. The equestrian center is designed to meet the requirements of running with such specific animals as horses, but at the same time the public is integrated here when organizing social events, races or children's camps.
Renewal of the baroque rectory in Sebranice
Bubeníková, Zuzana ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Sobotka, Jindřich (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis is aimed at the preparation of documentation for building permits and construction, based on previous architectural study for renewal of the baroque rectory in Sebranice. The projects is focused on the application of suitable methods of the reconstruction of a cultural monument along with the proposal of a new functional utilisation of the surrounding site. The design itself is characteristic by its careful and sensitive approach towards the listed building. However, it also pursues the present methods of site creation and adds a contrasting new structure to the environment, aiming to accommodate the modern standards of comfortable utilisation. The synthetic approach of the design is prominent in the effort to recover fragments of the original state of the building, as well as using present materials and colour schemes. The final outcome of the design respects the past of the landmark, adapts it to modern requirements and prepares it for its promising future.
Renewal of a social house in Zlobice
Váchová, Barbora ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Struhala, Karel (advisor)
The aim of the given thesis is to describe the reconstruction of a hall in Zlobice as well as a foundation of the new administrative area. The hall is not a monument, yet the authors consider it to be one. Nowadays the hall is not used and it decays, therefore the project focuses on a possible technical renovation as well as its future use. The design considers the possible use of the building for social gatherings, cultural events and flats at the same time. Next there is an L shape extension that together with the historical building creates a courtyard. The extension will serve for the administrative purposes and the building maintenance. The next part of the project deals with a renovation of the picnic area that severs for free time activities and social gatherings. The altar situated in the area is designed to serve for possible performances and a background for performers. The aim of the project is to describe the renovation of the hall and its surroundings and at the same time it proposes a new possible usage of these premises.
Renewal of a social house in Zlobice
Sobotková, Pavla ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the reconstruction and restoration of a community center in the village of Zlobice. The aim of this project was to restore the building, ensure new functional use, and to design a new extension which suited the building. The renovations compliment the original character of the building, which dates back to the 20th century and was designed in a traditionalist style. The goals were to return the building to its original style and to design new modifications which would enable multifunctional use of the building. The building is divided into social halls and a children's playroom located on the first floor and rental apartments owned by the municipality on the second floor. The single-story extension added hygienic facilities on the first floor and further created new premises for the municipal office and technical services for the village. The extension was designed with the original building in mind. It was designed as a single-story, L-shaped building and thus creates a pleasant courtyard in the back part of the building. This bachelor thesis draws from the work of the studio whose goal was to create an urban solution that surrounds the building which includes a picnic area with parking and a parking area for the fire department vehicles.
Renewal of the town spa Malé Svatoňovice
Pajerová, Silvia ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is the restoration of the former city spa in the village of Malé Svatoňovice. The documentation is based on an architectural study prepared within the subject AG035 Studio of Architectural Creation - Restoration of Monuments. This building listed as cultural monument is situated at the southeast side of Karel Čapek Square. Former function of a spa is returned as wellness on the 1st floor and a boarding house is restored as short-term accommodation on the 2nd floor. At the same time, it is a modernization of the building with an emphasis on preserving its original expression. Main intention was to return the building to its first republican appearance from 1936, when the building was restored after a fire in 1930. This decision stems from the fact that it is the best-preserved layer of reconstruction to these days. Representative views of the building from the square are preserved, as well as the southern view from 9th May Street, which is characterized by an underpass with an impressive view of the square with the church. The building remains multifunctional, besides leaving the function of a spa and boarding house, it leaves doctors' offices related to the overall mental and physical health. Exhibition spaces with art works by the Čapek brothers important for the village of Malé Svatoňovice remain in the building, and a café function has been added to support public life in the square. Structures from the Baroque period, which form the essence of the building, remain without significant structural changes, but the layout is cleared of later interventions - partitions which are dividing space inappropriately are going to be removed. All interventions are designed to be in accordance with the monument restoration and at the same time meet current requirements. Part of the project is the addition of two communication cores, which were necessary for the quality of operation of individual operation and to meet the requirement for ac
Renewal of a social house in Zlobice
Obadalová, Kateřina ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Struhala, Karel (advisor)
The main subject of the bachelor thesis was the reconstruction of the community house in Zlobice with the extension of the municipal office. Even though the building is not listed as historical, the design was approached as if it was. The project is based on the class AG034 Studio of Architectural Design IV. The primary intention was to preserve historically valuable elements and remove unwanted later modifications to the historical building of the community house. The new building of municipal office is connected directly with a historical one. The priority here was to design a minimalistic building, which would not interfere with the historical building in any way. It is a building with various operations and functions. Large and small social hall with a bar can be found on the 1st floor of the historic building, which can be used for various events but also on ordinary days. Designed municipal apartments with layouts of 1+kk, 2+kk and 4+kk are placed on the 2nd floor. The single-storey extension of the municipal office consists of offices and day room for employees, toilets and technical facilities. A green belt was designed outside of offices to give employees a sense of calm. There is also a background for technical services with space for storage of garden supplies in this new extension.

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