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Sports and Relaxation Centre Za Lužánkami, Brno
Vybíralová, Martina ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is an architectural study of the new building of the Sports and Recreation Center in Brno. This locality is Brno - Královo Pole. The area consists of sloping terrain, the elevation of which is almost 36 meters. As the area is located close to the Lužánky Park, but especially the center, its location is associated with a large number of advantages. An example is the large number of different functions, such as trade, housing, education or transport. However, the territory also has disadvantages. One of them is, for example, a number of unsuitable objects or inappropriately selected functions. From the point of view of history, sport is connected with the solved area. Therefore, the basic idea of the proposal was to preserve the Genia Loci of this area. The main goal was to design a complex with various functions for recreational sports and leisure of individuals, interest groups but also families with children. This is achieved by dividing the area into two parts, one of which is quiet and the other is dedicated to the sports just mentioned. The quiet part seamlessly connects to the Lužánky park and has the character of a park. There are activities in the area such as tennis, volleyball, climbing center and BMX track. The main building of the complex is a multifunctional sports hall, which is designed on the site of the original football stadium. The very mass of the object on a quadrangular floor plan, which is sloping and rotated. The building is covered with two countertop green roofs, one of which connects to the park and serves as a residential. People can spend their free time here with an interesting view of the adjacent park. For easier orientation in the area and highlighting the entrance portals, the front and rear parts of the hall are lined with a massive mass, which is lined with Corten cladding. Thanks to its shape, the building has a completely different effect on visitors and passers-by.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Za Lužánkami, Brno
Venclík, Ondřej ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis was to prepare an urban study of a sports center in Brno Za Lužánkami. Before the diploma thesis, we focused on this area in the previous winter semester. The aim of the diploma thesis is to develop an architectural study of the multifunctional sports complex. In the current state of the area around the football stadium and the Boby Center / Cosmopolitan Hotel, there is a lot of paved space, used only for parking. The territory has great potential for revitalizing the territory. Not only its size, but also its proximity to the very center of Brno. The urban problem of the current area is the neglected technical condition of the buildings, the unsatisfactory function of the buildings and the poor connection of the area to the surroundings via Drobného street and Sportovní street. The aim of the work was to design the demolition of the football stadium. Unfortunately, as it has been raining into it for over fifty years and the concrete structures are in an irreparable condition. The main part is therefore dedicated to this part of the new territory, which will be created by the demolition of the football stadium. In the new territory, I chose the construction of divided sports facilities. Each building will specialize in one given sport. The buildings will have entrance areas, sanitary facilities and gyms. The proposal will respect an important axis of vision for the former football stadium from Rybníček street. There was a rich sports history here in Brno, which my parents also experienced. An important aspect of the design is the strong genius loci, which must be worked with sensitively. This area deserves to be revived so that the inhabitants of the whole of Brno can play sports again, as it was a few decades ago on the daily agenda to practice in this green locality.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Vsetín, Ohrada
Páralová, Veronika ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The aim of this diploma thesis is to create an architectural and urban study of a multifunctional sports complex in Vsetín. The current sports complex, which is located in Vsetín - Ohrada, is in poor technical condition and partly unused. My intention is to create a complex that will serve not only athletes but the general public. In the area, sports facilities are accompanied by recreational ones. The area offers a wide range of activities for different target groups. The main building of the entire complex is a multifunctional sports hall. There is also a gym, exercise rooms and a tennis club. All these buildings and other outdoor sports fields are concentrated around the perimeter of the complex. In order to create an undisturbed recreational area in the middle of the area. Thanks to the partial burying of some buildings underground, a large park sloping down to the river with beautiful views of the opposite wooded hill is created. The possibilities of recreation in the area include the already mentioned park area, which encourages play and relaxation. In the complex, there is a cafe, barbecue area, playground, bike path along the river and skate park.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Za Lužánkami, Brno
Nováková, Pavla ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The diploma thesis is based on a design of a sports recreational centre in Brno za Lužánkami. The area has a very rich sports history (former football stadium, ice arena, swimming pool,…), with great importance for the city of Brno and its residents. Due to the decay and bad technical condition of the structures, sports activity Za Lužánkami was suppressed at the end of the last century, and its return to the location is very current. The goal of the thesis was a design for the utilization of the area for various uses with a preference for leisure sports activities and offering options for all age groups during the entire year. In the first stage, an urban-architectural study was compiled, including a new functional use of the area for recreational sporting and relaxation, while being better connected with the surrounding localities. Following that, a complex architectural study of a multipurpose hall was designed in place of the former football stadium. The hall offers various possibilities for recreational sports, children‘s club training, talks and exhibitions hosting. Included are corresponding sanitary facilities, technical facilities, underground parking, commercial areas and a cafe. The structure is set in the ground and thanks to the variable roof inclination the rooftop park is directly accessible from the ground. The roof access is proposed from four places and offers further relaxation spots around the entire roof area.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Za Lužánkami, Brno
Julínek, Roman ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The architectural-urban study of the sports and recreational centre Za Lužánkami in Brno deals with the complex design of the sports and recreational complex. At present, the area of the former Boby Centre is in a poor condition. Fully functioning buildings in the area are a hotel, a concert hall and a tennis hall with outdoor courts, while the remaining buildings and areas, led by the football stadium, are dilapidated and do not fulfil their potential for public life. I approached the assignment as a solution to a complicated problem with many variables. The design provides a clear definition and morphology of the buildings, living, sports and recreational areas, including green spaces. It helps to social interaction and induce new contacts between people. It addresses the needs of current and future generations of residents. Connects and links to the transport infrastructure of the neighbourhood at all levels. Refers to the past and thus preserves in all respect the famous sporting genius of the locus to which it adds its own distinctive added value. Based on the design concept, a study has been carried out that takes advantage of a quality site in an attractive location in the city and offers a range of sports and recreational facilities. The main idea behind the design was to connect and relate the area to its surroundings. To offer a high quality public realm that will appeal to as many residents as possible across all generations through its range of functions and focus. Proportionate to its size and importance, several masses and objects were designed to divide the large area into smaller interconnected units. Each area has its own face, its own content and its own typical atmosphere that will win over its users. A good public space can be recognised by the way its users treat it. It becomes a mirror of society. If the design listens to the wishes and needs of the majority of the inhabitants, it becomes useful and sustainable at any time.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Za Lužánkami, Brno
Honková, Lenka ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The assignment of the diploma thesis follows on a previous urbanistic-architectural study that aimed to design a sports and recreational area Za Lužánkami in Brno. The complex offers a wide range of sports facilities for recreation, as well as facilities with multifunctional use, whether for sports or for all kinds of events organized by the city. The centre of the complex and the main multifunctional sports ground is the torso of the football stadium Za Lužánkami, which continues to refer to the sporting achievements of the city with its genius loci. The aim of the thesis is to design a sports hall with a number of associated facilities in order to create a building providing a range of sports activities and complementing the outdoor area with sports facilities for recreation and leisure. The sports hall is designed on the site of a former hockey stadium. It thus supplements the buildings (swimming pool and hotel Boby) around the road Sportovní not only with facilities with a sports function, but also with accommodation, restaurant, café and commerce.
Multipurpose Hall Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou
Mikulincová, Denisa ; Teplý, Vladimír (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The assignment is the design of a multi-purpose hall in Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou. Building is designed on the site of a former city gym and should serve in a similar way. The multi-purpose hall provides space for sports activities and cultural events. The hall also includes areas for preparing snacks and smaller halls. The building is designed as barrier-free. The building has a longitudinal shape, respects the urban layout of the original structure. The roof of the hall is partly designed as a residential. The building has access to playgrounds and tennis courts.
Multipurpose Hall Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou
Matulová, Lucie ; Teplý, Vladimír (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is to solve the multipurpose hall in Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou, which was made in subject Atelier creation AG035, when was the project made as a study. The project multipurpose hall is two-storey building, that is partly below ground level, as so not to overtop surrounding family houses by its height and to enable entrance into the building from two levels. The multipurpose hall is made of two intersected cuboid. which are turned, to continue in axis of Jiráskova street. The facade, of the building is curtain wall made of aluminium panel and fair-faced concrete, with motive inspired by rebound of a ball. The building multipurpose hall is designed for organizing sport and culture events. In the buiding are situated sport hall, small hall, gym, sportsmen and sportswomen facilities, buffet, social hall and caretakers apartment. The building should serve to public, local clubs and schools.
Multipurpose Hall Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou
Adamčíková, Barbara ; Teplý, Vladimír (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis was to develop project documentation for the study of the multipurpose sports hall in Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou, which follows the courses AG035 and AG036. There is now a newly built sports oval on the plot, and the task was to design a sports hall on the same plot, which will have a greater functional use. The bachelor's thesis contains documentation for building permits and implementation documentation. The new building has a rectangular floor plan, but consists of two units separated by expansion joint. One unit is a sports hall and the other unit is the administrative part, where there are facilities for athletes and visitors, a smaller exercise hall, gym, cafeteria with facilities and a caretaker's flat. In the vicinity of the building, handling and parking areas were not solved, because they are solved outside the plot. Only paved areas for pedestrians and greenery were solved.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Vsetín, Ohrada
Zifčáková, Tatiana ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The topic of this master's thesis is the revitalization of the former Spartakiad stadium. Nowadays it functions as a sports complex Ohrada, which is in neglected condition and not widely used. The area is located at the southern edge of the city Vsetín and is defined by a 1st class road from the northeast, Vsetínská Bečva from the western and agricultural areas from the southern side. Above Bečva, the Bečevná hill rises and together they create a pleasant, out-of-town atmosphere with a great potential. The priority of the proposal was to create an attractive place with a variety of sports and recreational activities for all ages. However, at the beginning it was necessary to somehow insulate the area from the overpass. Therefore a sports and recreation facility was designed at the entrance to the area - it copies the shape of the road and forms an imaginary entrance gate to the zone. A car park was designed under the overpass, so the rest of the area remained exclusively for pedestrians. Sufficient distances among the individual sports grounds are supplemented by recreational areas of greenery. Most playgrounds are designed as multi-purpose, for greater variability of the territory. The buildings have a maximum of two floors and they are located in a way not to disturb the views of the recreational areas. They contain sports facilities as well as a wide range of interior activities. Three materials are used on all the buildings - wood, steel and glass, complemented by neutral white plaster. Therefore, the area operates in a comprehensive and uniform manner.

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