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Garden cities in the northwest of Prague in the 1920s
Pujmanová, Monika ; Biegel, Richard (advisor) ; Macek, Petr (referee)
Bachelor thesis "Garden towns in the northwest of Prague in the 1920s" deals with the urban phenomenon of garden towns within the construction of the northwestern sector of Great Prague. The aim is to map the situation of selected garden towns in comparison with the original conception of Ebenzer Howard and some foreign realizations that, whether successfully or not have transformed this utopian conception into reality. It is also important to mention the overall urban situation of Prague after the creation of a regulatory plan in the 1920s. The work deals in detail with specific realizations of residential areas in today's city district of Prague 6 - Ořechovka, Hanspaulka and Vokovice. Emphasis is placed on the comparison of the ideal garden city with the realization of the so-called "garden suburbs" of Great Prague and outlining the main differences between them. Key words: Garden city, architecture of 20th century, Prague, Ořechovka, Hanspaulka, Vokovice, Great Prague, State regulátory commission, regulatory plan
Tubingen Antithesis
Šamšula, Jiří ; Štefan, Jan (advisor) ; Macek, Petr (referee)
This thesis discusses an experiment in contemporary German Protestant theology to interpret the meaning of salvific death of Jesus Christ through category of expiation, respectively expiation sacrifice of post-exile Old Testament Priest-Theology, which was examined of biblical and systematic theologians connected with the Theological faculty in Tübingen, which responded to criticism of cultic ideas in Christology in 20th century. In the first chapter I reflect the latest debate on the Cross of Christ in Germany, where the traditional concepts such as sacrifice, reconciliation and expiation (German "Sühne") are sharply criticized. In the second chapter, I also reflect the current debate about Christ's cross in the Czech theological discussion, which aroused over the book of Jakub Trojan, and I find that some of his opponents used Tübingen antithesis. In the third chapter I reflect, in which systematic-theological coordinates interpretation of the redemptive significance of Jesus' death is traditionally introduced, in relation with three historical models soteriologické Gustaf Auléna (Latin, classical, liberal). In the fourth, the terminology chapter I distinguish expiace concept from the traditional concept of reconciliation. In the fifth chapter I summarize the criticism of cultic ideas in the 20th...
Space and eschatology
Gondáš, Jaroslav ; Macek, Petr (advisor) ; Hošek, Pavel (referee)
The thesis deals with the problems of the perception of space in relation to eschatology. Its intention is to explore the main factors that have to led to the suppression of the spatial dimension of eschatology in favour of the time dimension throughout the history of Christianity. The main focus is on biblical eschatological motifs and their gradual transformation within the church and within the wider context of European thought. To support such an aim, a thorough analysis of two phenomena is provided: the history of European cartography and the relations between eschatology and utopian theories. The final part sums up the state of contemporary theological reflections on the topic studied and states partial conclusions and standpoints. Powered by TCPDF (www.tcpdf.org)
Evolution and Form of the three-aisle hall type layout in Bohemian sacral architecture to the mid-15th century
Beránek, Jan ; Royt, Jan (advisor) ; Macek, Petr (referee) ; Benešovská, Klára (referee)
Evolution and form of the three-aisle hall type layout in Bohemian sacral architecture to the mid-15th century The hall church with two, three and rarely more aisles in German described as "Hallenkirche" is usually defined as having the aisles of the same or almost the same height as opposed to the basilica. With this type of organization the main nave is lit only indirectly because there is no space for basilica type windows. Other variants or transitional types are pseudohalls, sometimes also called pseudobasilicas (in German terminology Staffenhalle and Stufenhalle), which differ from the main type by having an elevated nave without the aforementioned direct light sources. These distinctions stem from a thought construct of art history which strives for strict taxonomy in their source material. The diversity of medieval architecture nevertheless proves that there is cannot be drawn a clear and decisive line between the basilical and hall type layouts, just as the distinction between the longitudinal and central floor plans. This is connected to the cultural semantics of the different types and the even more complicated question of the intentions of the choice. The hall type is spread all across medieval Europe from the Romanesque era to the end of the Middle Ages. This type of architecture was...
Monastery church of St. Joseph in Moravská Třebová in context of Baroque architecture
Skopalová, Veronika ; Macek, Petr (advisor) ; Biegel, Richard (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with architectural form of monastery church of St. Joseph in Moravská Třebová. First chapter subsumes historical facts of cloister and church and describes architecture of church. Second chapter gives a comparison with work of author, architect Jacopo Brascha, the other moravian baroque churches and especially churches and buildings near Moravská Třebová, buildings of franciscan order and buildings founded by Karel Eusebius of Liechtenštejn. Characteristics of church of St. Joseph is front without a tower and the groundplan typical of franciscan churches, but this church is a bit more decorated than usual. This thesis describes the facts and architectural appearance of this church and compares architectural conception with other Czech and Moravian baroque buildings in order to find the differences and common points.
Open-air gallery of baroque statues in Liběšice
Klapetková, Jana ; Macek, Petr (advisor) ; Horyna, Martin (referee)
This thesis deals especially with baroque statues in Liběšice, a small town in North Bohemia. This thesis is the first which considers this thema, in spite of the fact that the gallery of statues is a unigue urban project. According to this is the thesis conceived. At first there is a short chapter about the history of Liběšice, because especially demesne by Jesuits from Prague, who built up there a residence, had a big influence on a landscape around Liběšice. There is also a mention of several architectural works in this town, because these buildings are works of famous architects like Kilián Ignác Dientzenhofer or Guilio Broggio. The Jesuit residence, the church of Assumption of the Virgin Mary and the St. Francis Xaver Chapel are noted. The thesis is focused on a description and iconography of the statues in the small square. Sculptures on the garden wall of the residence and on the church wall are itemized and there is also a dokumentation of their damage. In the end Liběšice is compared with another statues and towns in the Czech Republic and there is a suggestion of possible analogies.
John Wenceslaus Kosch (1718-1798): North Bohemian master builder of the late baroque
Mandažiev, Petr ; Horyna, Martin (advisor) ; Macek, Petr (referee)
Předložená diplomová práce si netroufá být více než pouhou skicou k tématu činnosti Jana Václava Kosche. Hlavním kritériem výběru informací se stala snaha přiblížit se k podobě staveb v době jejich vzniku. Protože byl Jan Václav Kosch tvůrcem především regionálním, svým životem spjatý s Děčínskem, Českolipskem, Šluknovskem a dalšími zdejšími končinami, považoval jsem za nutné podat, pokud to bylo možné, také stručné příběhy jednotlivých lokalit. V případech jako Nový Bor, Varnsdorf, atp., jsem dějiny vzniku těchto míst rozšířil natolik, aby bylo zcela zřejmé, pro koho zde Jan Václav Kosch své stavby budoval. Tato okolnost vzniku jednotlivých architektur je dle mého soudu o to důležitější, protože upozorňuje na změnu společenských poměrů druhé poloviny osmnáctého století. Jako Koschovi objednavatelé nyní nevystupují pouze jednotlivci, ale také určité společenské vrstvy obyvatelstva, zejména obchodníci a podnikatelé. Ti také mnohdy určují podobu staveb svým vkusem a potřebou reprezentovat životní úspěchy. Dalším důležitým činitelem v určování podoby architektury bylo období josefínské stavební byrokracie, kde se konkrétní tvůrce, Kosche nevyjímaje, zcela ztrácel ve víru mechanismu úřednické mašinérie. Snad lze vyslovit domněnku, že právě toto období výrazně ovlivnilo svou unifikační tendencí charakter...
Filip Spannbrucker
Rychnová, Lucie ; Horyna, Mojmír (advisor) ; Macek, Petr (referee)
Filip Spannbrucker Filip Spannbrucker, česká barokní architektura, hrabě František Josef Schlik, Jean Baptiste Mathey, Jičínsko The main aim of this thesis is to present the life and work of Filip Spannbrucker (approximately 1672?1729), Prague architect and builder, in the context of contemporary artistic and social course of events. In the first part of this work there will be outlined Spannbrucker's life and professional career based on elaborate archival research. Special attention will be devoted to proprietors and a patronage of building projects wherein Spannbrucker participated or whereof was an author. In the connection, his work will be brought in contiguity of contemporaneous cultural, socioeconomical and aesthetical notions and relations. In the second part of this thesis there will be pointed out a characteristic and spring of inspiration of Spannbrucker's architecture by means of an accurate formal analysis. Final part will be a catalog of Filip Spannbrucker's works. Filip Spannbrucker, Czech baroque architecture, count František Josef Schlik, Jean Baptiste Mathey, region of Jičín
Sacral architecture of Max Kühn and Heinrich Fanta in Liberec
Řičánková, Alena ; Macek, Petr (advisor) ; Lahoda, Vojtěch (referee)
The subject of this thesis ist work of Max Kühn and Heirich Fanta, who belonged to the most influential architects in the first decades of 20 th century in Liberec. These two authors created a wide range of building types, but the main interest of this thesis is concentrated on their three churches, that were builded in Liberec in a short time span between years 1906 and 1911. Attention is paid to historical foundations of these buildings and to their original and present architectural form and decoration. Analyzed are used materials and technologies as well as artistic styles, which influenced construction and esthetic form of the churches. Disscused is also contemporary architectural background, inspiration and possible influence of theory, important personalities and critics, that may have lead the work of Max Kühn and Heinrich Fanta in a specific direction.

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