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Small apartments in Brno
Panicheva, Daria ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The subject of this work was the preparation of project documentation, consisting of documentation for building permits, documentation for the implementation of construction and design of architectural detail. The bachelor thesis is based on an architectural study prepared within the studio work of the subject AG033. The subject of the proposal are small-sized apartments and dormitory units for students. The complex is located in the Brno Králové pole district on the corner of Kosinova and Chaloupkova streets. The purpose of the building is chosen according to the interests of the residents and in relation to the surrounding secondary schools and universities. The proposal deals with both a separate building and a link to the surrounding area. This project consists of three buildings, two of which are intended for student dormitories and a corner building serving for small apartments. In addition, these are services in the form of leasable premises, studios, cafes and laundries. The apartment house contains apartments 1+kk, 2+kk. Two adjacent buildings contain 82 rooms for students. House equipment, technical facilities, accessories and parking is located in 1.PP. The inner courtyard is used as a social space, which includes a relaxation area with benches and trees, as well as a zone for barbecues and other activities. From a material point of view, the 2 objects represent a block shape, and the corner building forms an irregular, atypical shape. The buildings have different heights and connect to the surrounding buildings. The buildings with student units are five-storey and the corner building is six-storey to emphasize the gradation of the entire building. By removing the mass of the last floors, terraces were created and thus the playful expression of the entire complex of buildings was achieved. Thereby it creates a connection between the interior and the exterior. All buildings are covered with flat vegetated walkable roofs. The most striking element of the buildings is the glazed stairwell extended outside the building. The facade is represented by white visible plaster to unify the complex form of the complex.

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