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Self Home
Lučanová, Rebeka ; Pospíšilová, Barbora (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The house is the reflection of the social needs and relationships of the people who live in it. In the past, houses were simpler in their utilitarianism and unambiguity - they were created on the basis of the balance of needs of their inhabitants. The central place of the traditional Slovak peasant family was the oven and hearth, which were also the center of dining, joint work, and consumption. The folk architecture was characterized by the reason of the people of its time, who did not overestimate their possibilities or the possibilities of the country they inhabited. Their houses were suitable for climatic conditions and usually used the materials they had at hand. What is the ideal and at the same time affordable form of living space for my family today? What do I expect from our future home? With the help of collected data about various historical periods from the countryside and the city, by evaluating the functional spaces of dwellings, changing them, and adapting to them over time, I will try to create my own image of home. The aim of the theoretical part of the work is to focus on the relational and material side of the home and then in the design part to find the balance of these two levels in a particular design.
Extrasensory Architecture
Kacetlová, Kateřina ; Eyer, David (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
This thesis sums up the current possibilities of a family house building considering the tradition and the relationship of the inhabitants not only to the landscape but also to themselves. Specifically, it describes the possibility of using natural building materials and creating a variable and vital space considering contemporary family needs. The first part of the sub diploma contains a manual of historical development and current trends in the field of extrasensory perception of architecture. The design part describes a proposal of a family house in the countryside. The results of this study provide a basic insight into the problem and illustrate the practical application of acquired knowledge in the construction of the family house.
Countryside Ever Changing - LE3N8 LEŠNÁ
Zavadil, Ondřej ; Ženčák, Přemysl (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The goal of the master’s thesis is to return the landscape to the people in the sense of rediscovering wealth in our close neighborhood in connection to the relationship between people and the landscape. The work and theoretical background is used in my place of residence, which is the cadastral area of Lešná, which includes 7 municipalities (Lešná, Jasenice, Lhotka nad Bečvou, Mštěnovice, Perná, Příluky and Vysoká). The basis for the work became a personal relationship to the location and physical research in the form of walking the area in a straight line, along paths and finding connections in the landscape. By simply changing my movement, I was able to perceive my own intense experience, which I rely on in my designs. In the area, I have selected 8 places with a unique character, to which I apply the proposed buildings. Each of these unique places has a name in history, but few people know it today. Through specific architectural designs, I return names to these places and bring them back to life through the people who begin to discover these places.
Living with nature
Neuwirthová, Barbora ; Durdis,, Tomáš (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The thesis deals with human’s relationships to the nature and vice versa and with architectural interventions’ influence on these relations. The intention of the whole work is to re-value consuming landscape use and human’s attitude to the landscape thanks to smaller objects that do not destroy, do not restrict and do not deform its surrounding but on the contrary they elevate genius loci, that they are affable seeing and affable to the nature environment and mainly strengthen relations between surrounding and their users. The work subjects and issues on my own experiences experienced in the countryside. That is why I consider necessary to point out to the beauty and uniqueness of mountain environment’s discomfort, that beside leads to strengthen our mental and physical health.
Iron hand in a velvet glove
Briestenská, Monika ; Hýlová, Adéla (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
Annotation What is a prison? What is its meaning or role? What does prison mean in the context of architecture? How did prisons develop and how did these changes relate to the development of society? And should prisons not exist at all? Prison is a very controversial topic, but it still affects the lives of many people. Former convicts face prejudice and social barriers and often relapse, which we should try to prevent. The work discusses the relationship of architecture to the correction and reintegration of convicts. The architecture of the prison should respond to the tendencies that have proved effective, follow them and together with them form the most effective correctional facility. It can be seen that the course of prison designing is moving towards a more open, smaller and more friendly space. Correctional programs in open prisons work with convicts on the basis of contact with the outside world, reintegration, through work, retraining and educational programs, where architecture has a significant impact, as it maximizes the chances of convicts to be rehabilitated and is inscribed into their lives. During the work on this project, a proposal for an open prison in Olomouc was created, which considers the stages of the correction of convicts and reflects the routine of everyday life outside prison. It uses movement to break the monotony of prisoners' recurring days.
Fragments of silence
Machač, Ondřej ; Chuchlíková, Ida (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
Diploma thesis “Fragments of silence” explores the landscape of Broumov region. This thesis reacts to a current problematic relationship of people and nature - overturism. This work endeavors to bring an alternative to visiting nature and to inspire people to take a trip even outside the main center of interest. The proposal consists of seven small architectural interventions in hidden places, which have been already altered by human activity. Interventions seek for the essence of these places, they present new ways how to complete those places and initiate new relations, experiences and feelings. The goal of this thesis is to show vision of gentle ways how micro architecture can enter the valuable landscape.
Long - Term care
Filipová, Kateřina ; Richter Adamson, Kristina (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
What is LDN? Where is? How did it come about? This is how architecture can affect him. Even though it's not a common topic to talk about. It is important to focus on it and because even though it doesn't concern us now, it could. The work is about helping people get back on their feet. It is about showing how the environment and the location of the building itself can have a big impact on people. Currently, LDN centers are most often located as part of a hospital. But the ward itself is no different from the hospital. The space for healing should move towards life. And not on the edge of the hospital. He should try to reintegrate. Give people a reason to fight and show them what they are fighting. Involve them, those who can provide a program in which they could participate, but also those who can no longer. Give them space where they can go and connect them with health. To be constantly part of the action. During the work on this project, a design of LDN was created in Žďár nad Sázavou, which is located in a public building together with the rehabilitation center. It works on a system that tries to reintegrate patients. And make it easier for them to recover.
Neighborhood
Bartoš, Roman ; Rudiš, Martin (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
For millennia people modified and adjusted their surroundings in an endless hunt for comfort, safety and survival. Humanity grew, evolved, matured and died together. The environment directly reflected the efforts made by its community. Families lived under one roof together, right next to the village common. Humans knew to respect the nature and coexisted with it. This changed drastically over the last couple centuries. After several technological breakthroughs and a few wars the technological evolution accelerated right out of control. The need for a neighborhood begun to fade. Sunday markets were replaced by supermarkets, eye-to-eye talks became scarce as we glued ourselves to various screens. Low fences were replaced by tall concrete walls, we built a system of selfish private bubbles. NEIGHBOR+HOOD attempts to find a compromise between both extremes. It is understanding and balance among the spaces for ME and the spaces for US. It is a place for neighbors, a tight-knit community of friends under one tree, sitting at a common table. It is a natural, comfortable, peaceful, safe and humane environment in the suburbs. The design offers to the fictional inhabitants of Udánky hill an opportunity to identify with their home and its surroundings. All that and more in total symbiosis with surrounding nature. NEIGHBOR+HOOD is human, self-sustaining, ecological housing estate. It is the home of neighborhood.
So the kids have place to be ashamed of us
Peřina, Jan ; Maršíková, Hana (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
The work aims to design an environmentally responsible school in a specific situation according to the innovative education principles focused on forest schools. The work reacts to the absence of forest schools in the Kroměříž region and offers an alternative to regular education systems and the regular appearance of the schools. The proposal is applied in Kroměříž. I design interventions in fore locations with different spatial characteristics. The interventions evolve existing features and characteristics of the location or make the accessible. Those interventions should be used not only for education but also for the locals.

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