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Industrial Bakery Brno
Lipovská, Kristýna ; Petr,, Suchánek (referee) ; Nový, Alois (advisor)
The theme of the bachelor's thesis is the design of an industrial bakery in Brno Černovice. The work is based on an architectural study, processed within the course BGA036 Atelier of Architectural Creation 5. The solved area is located in the city district of Brno – Černovice at the Švédské valy Street. This area is designated for industrial development in accordance with the applicable planning area and the design of the addressed building is intended to contribute to the development of the site. It is a large undeveloped brownfield, and the newly designed building is the first development on the land in question. To allow further brownfield development, the building is situated in the southeastern part of the territory at its very beginning. The site will be connected to a newly proposed public road from the Švédské valy Street, and a territorial reserve will be maintained around the facility for possible production expansion. The industrial activity on the site is intended to expand the production capacity of bakery company Herold and to bring the area of the largest outlet closer. It will be focused on the production of rolls, bread and regular pastries. The site consists of a production building, which is logically divided according to the needs of individual operations and paved area, allowing the movement of supply vehicles, expedition vehicles, passenger cars, cycle transport and, last but not least, pedestrians. The building consists of the following parts: an administration building with facilities for office workers and dressing rooms of production staff, as well as supply and storage economy, its downstream production, which seamlessly goes into operation of the expedition preparation and the goods expedition. The site also includes all technical facilities as well as waste management. The site was designed with sustainability and climatic conditions in mind. The flat roofs are designed as vegetation and the largest area of roofing of the production operation is designed to install photovoltaic panels, ensuring partial energy self-sufficiency of the building.

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