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Design of a contemporary urban district in the context of a historic city - urban study
Kvasnica, Lukáš ; Obrtlík, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The assignment of the diploma thesis was the design of a contemporary urban district in the context of a historical city in the details of an urban study. The area of interest is Obránců míru housing estate, which is located close to the historical core of Třebíč and at the same time stood at the beginning of the Nové Dvory district development, which was significantly influenced by the construction of the Dukovany NPP. The main goal of this thesis is to demonstrate the ability of the housing estate to adapt to today's trends to a sustainable, self-sufficient, climate and energy-resilient urban structure with the application of blue-green infrastructure and to point out the importance of intensive recycling development. The concept of the re-vision consists of the creation of a high-quality environment oriented in greenery enhancing the concept of permeability, shaping and strengthening the community coexistence of residents. The re-vision is a gradual process based on phasing, which will ensure long-term stable development with the subsequent possibility of gradual renewal / replacement of the construction of panel houses with a new structure.
The Compact City in Theory and in Practice
Čuntalová, Karolína ; Májek, Jan (referee) ; Tichý, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis focuses on the concept of a compact city in theory and its practical application to a selected housing estate of 500 apartments in Bratislava. The aim of the thesis is to define the concept of a compact city and analyse the selected area based on a methodology developed by the city of Bratislava for analysing public spaces that primarily adhere to the principles of a compact city. The outcome of the thesis will be an assessment of whether the 500-apartment locality is a suitable example of a compact area in Bratislava.
Settlements in the Czech Republic and abroad
Rucká, Veronika ; Tichý, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The first theoretical part of the thesis deals with the definition of basic concepts and the history of Czech housing estates. Then it focuses on private and public spaces in housing estates and on the typology of public spaces in housing estates. In the practical part, the bachelor thesis deals with six housing estates, three foreign and three from the Czech Republic, each time a pair of housing estates from the Czech Republic and from abroad from the same time period is selected, these housing estates are then analysed. The individual housing estates are first briefly introduced and then analysed in terms of transport accessibility, amenities, public space, floor space and green space. At the end of the thesis, all the settlements are evaluated, and from the knowledge gained from the analyses, one most suitable settlement for the current needs of the population is selected. Finally, the future possible development of the selected settlement is described.
Design of a contemporary urban district in the context of a historic city - urban study
Stanislavová, Soňa ; Obrtlík, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to design a high quality timeless urban district or part of the city, in relation to the existing historic city. The area in question is located in the historic centre, which is also a conservation area. The site contains both urban landmarks and historic buildings. However, most of the buildings were built after 1945, when the town was largely bombed out. The main idea of the design is to respect the existing structure. The design complements the existing buildings and creates new blocks that clearly define public and private space. Other elements include making public spaces more attractive, revitalising traffic areas and improving pedestrian infrastructure. The newly proposed development is predominantly residential in nature and should increase interest in living in the city for young people and businesspeople.
Design of a contemporary urban district in the context of a historic city - urban study
Kučera, Pavel ; Obrtlík, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
This urban design tries to insert the original order of the city center. It is the original subdivision and the highly permeable core of the center. In the vicinity of the center, a number of smaller centers have been created. These are spaces for meeting, which concentrate modified and newly designed family, apartment and mixed-use buildings around them.
Theory of a healthy city of the 21st century
Liptáková, Adela ; Kotrla, Jakub (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The first part of the thesis focuses on characterizing the problems, their origins, and their negative consequences. Furthermore, the thesis discusses the trends related to safe and healthy, or sustainable, public spaces. The thesis operates with the knowledge of Danish architect Jan Gehl, who argues that cities should primarily be designed for people. In terms of addressing the issue of a safe city, this work draws upon the writings of Jane Jacobs, who holds a similar view to Jan Gehl. Subsequently, the thesis transitions from a general perspective on a healthy city to examining the situation in the city of Brno, providing an assessment of the state of its public urban space. The practical part then delves into specific measures and policies that have been implemented abroad and proven to be successful. The thesis concludes with a simplified proposal for the revitalization of the brownfield of the former Kohn´s brick factory in Brno, where the insights from the theoretical part of the thesis are applied.
Design of a contemporary urban district in the context of a historic city - urban study
Holík, Lukáš ; Obrtlík, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the master's thesis is to design a high-quality timeless residential district or part of the city, connected to an existing historical town. The designated area is located within the vicinity of the historical city center and the Rokytná River. The main idea of the design is to redefine public spaces while respecting the existing structure of the historical core and creating a new neighborhood. The proposal involves the creation of strategically positioned new public areas for gatherings and social activities for the city's residents. Additionally, the design addresses the transformation of the existing industrial area into a new district that connects to the newly developed Rokytná River waterfront. The newly designed district consists mainly of residential buildings, but it also includes a mixed-use building, and a renovated existing building has been transformed into a hotel with wellness facilities that connect to the river.
Multifunctional hall Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou
Kráľovič, Dávid ; Obrtlík, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
he assignment is the design of a multipurpose hall in Jaroměřice and Rokytnou. The building object is designed on the land of the former falconry, on which there an athletic oval and a multifunctional playground is situated. Currently, the sports complex does not meet its expectations and is poorly visited. The aim of the proposal is therefore to add suitable and attractive new sports facilities, cultural spaces and places which allow people from the village and the surrounding area to meet. The proposal consists of two buildings, a multi-purpose hall and an accommodation building, which are interconnected by a connecting bridge. The sports hall is a 3-storey building, with two storeys and a basement, the accommodation building is likewise 3-storey building with two storeys and a residential attic. An extensive vegetated roof is proposed on the hall building, while the roof of the accommodation building is designed as a gable roof so that its appearance refers to its purpose. In terms of mass, there are two shapes in the area, a cubic cuboid shape - the multifunctional hall and a five-angled longitudinal cuboid - the accommodation building. The buildings are unified by an offset façade of timber slats. The load-bearing system of the building of the multifunctional hall is made of glued timber frame structures. The buildings are designed so that various activities, whether sporting or cultural, can take place in their premises. In the hall there is a cafeteria, a large hall, small halls, a gym, catering facilities, changing rooms or technical and sanitary facilities. The accommodation building contains rooms, storage areas, technical facilities and laundry. The buildings are designed as barrier free and wheelchair accessible. Buildings. By their positioning on the site, the buildings form a corner adjacent to the adjacent streets. The buildings respect the urban structure of the streets. The design also works to preserve as much of the original greenery on the site as possible and adds several new trees to this existing greenery. Overall, therefore, the proposal extends the potential of the sports complex and offers it a wider use and new meaning.
Multifunctional hall Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou
Marušková, Adéla ; Obrtlík, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis is based on the project of a multi-purpose sports hall according to an assignment that was prepared in the third semester of the bachelor studies in the subject AG032. The topic of the study is the design of a new multifunctional sports hall in the town of Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou. The concept of the solution was to design a multifunctional hall that will provide all the required functions. The three-story building is partially embedded into the terrain so that its height does not exceed the surrounding buildings. The facade of the building from Jiráskova Street is made up of overhanging profiled glass panels that copy the indoor space of the sports area. The rest of the facade is made of corrugated metal and plaster. The building has a sports area, a small hall, a gym, facilities for athletes, a bar and accommodation in the form of bedrooms. The building of the hall and its surroundings are designed in such a way that both sports and cultural events can take place here.
Multifunctional hall Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou
Kundrát, David ; Obrtlík, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was to develop project documentation for the design study of a multi-purpose sports hall in Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou. The project brief was taken from the assignment of the studio AG032 from the second year of bachelor's studies. A newly built sports oval with a football field with an artificial surface now stands on the land in question. The assignment of my work was to design a multifunctional hall next to the oval, which will offer new sport and cultural functions to the inhabitants of the city. The concept of the solution was to complete the corner of two streets, which consists of a multifunctional hall with changing rooms, gym, a restaurant and an accommodation building, in which we can find rooms for 50 guests and a cafe with a kitchen on the ground floor. Between these buildings is a public space with green stairs.

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