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Residential Complex on the Red Hill in Brno
Lebánková, Simona ; Mléčka, Jan (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
This architectural project presents a comprehensive concept of a residential complex that responds to current needs and trends in the housing sector. The proposed four new apartment buildings become part of the extension of the housing stock in the locality of the cadastral area of Brno-Štýřice. Their siting and design have been carefully considered with regard to the urban environment and spatial conditions offered by this location. The project also includes the introduction of a new residential street type D1 and the construction of a living space, which contributes to the functionality and attractiveness of the whole complex. The supporting structure of the houses is designed with an emphasis on safety and stability, with the reinforced concrete frame providing a solid foundation for the entire structure. The architectural concept emphasises sustainability and quality of life for the residents. The artistic representation of the ensemble is inspired by the surrounding landscape and seeks to fit organically into the environment. The simplicity, modularity and minimalist aesthetics of the building contribute to a harmonious blend of indoor and outdoor spaces. Overall, this project is designed with a vision to provide a modern and functional living space that meets not only current standards, but also the expectations of residents in today‘s urban environment.

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