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Block housing estate Lesna in context of time
Guzdek, Adam ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Glosová, Dagmar (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (referee) ; Poslušná, Iva (advisor)
Brno Lesna is ranked among the most highly regarded housing estates in Czechoslovakia ever since it was built in the 1960s. Mainly due to its ideal location at southern slopes around natural ravine and timeless urban design. This settlement at the time also constituted the most perfect realization of the current method of construction in our country. It was fully functional and completely finished even before first residents moved in. However, cultivated expression of housing architecture was recently severely affected by inappropriate revitalization. Change of ownership after the events of November 1989 also opened the way for development companies desiring to open spaces to build new apartment buildings. Original inhabitants, though, fight against it and seek for protection of whole settlement as heritage.
Brno Unbuilt History and Perspectives of Largest Urban Projects in Brno
Bureš, David ; Wahla, Ivan (referee) ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Vydrová, Zdeňka (referee) ; Pelčák, Petr (advisor)
During the movement of the city of Brno, we can perceive a series of fragments, stop unfinished urban visions. To greater or lesser extent affect the current appearance of the city and causing relationships or processes we do not understand. By understanding the original concept we can grab those sites again and meaningfully work with them. The subject of this thesis became a trio of locations - náměstí Míru (Peace Square), Akademické náměstí (Academic Square) and the area of Kraví hora (Cow Mountain). In these parts of the city we can reveal fragments of unfinished projects. They are joined together by imaginary storyline of campus construction of Czech universities in the 20s and 30s of the last century. That was the key, but not the only one, factor in shaping the form of these public spaces. The aim of the research is to analyze the historical context of the development of built-up areas affecting the monitored sites. Define the basic concept of spatial composition and analysis resulting of the functional and spatial arrangement. The model of the interwar form was confronted with the present state of the monitored area and also subjected to detailed analysis in terms of form, function and operation. The essential aim of this research was insertion plan of the period to the contemporary model of the structure of Brno and verification broader spatial and operational relationships with the help of animation and simulation of human movement with the site. The results can serve as stimuli state authorities for further working with these sites, as well as for urban practice.
Brno Housing estates and their Urban Structure
Pecka, Lukáš ; Wittmann, Maxmilian (referee) ; Bacová, Andrea (referee) ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Poslušná, Iva (advisor)
There are roughly 70 000 flats in the city of Brno in housing estates built of various construction technology. Urban structure of such housing estates is thus a living condition for more than a third of Brno residents. The doctoral thesis offers a cohesive chronological overview of residential complexes in the area of the city of Brno, and deals with an analysis of their urban structure, with consideration of the circumstances of their origin.
Public Spaces of the Historic City Center of Brno - SQUARES
Vaculíková, Petra ; Doc.Ing.arch.Irena Fialová (referee) ; Kroupa, Petr (referee) ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Pelčák, Petr (advisor)
Changes of physical, functional and social structure of the city as a result of the group of variously interrelated changes and events that are fundamentally participate in the formation of the image of the urban development. This doctoral thesis is based on research of the historical city center - squared. First part is focuses on the historical development of urban texture of the inner city of Brno and its squares. We are talking about Square of Freedom, Vegetable Market, Dominican square, Jacobs square, Capuchins square and Šilingrovo square. Based on individual characteristics, describing the emergence of morphological and functional changes in Brno square was created urban classification of basic types of square. City of Brno, as the capital city of region has a significant position in the structure of settlements. This fact has become one of the key aspects for the selection of examples of European cities and their squares. The second part of the thesis is based on comparative studies of different types of historical squares. In order to define the value of public spaces, it is necessary to look at the public places of historical perspective and deal with the causes that led to the decline of the importance and role of public spaces. Austrian capital cities of region (Graz, Linz, Klagenfurt and Salzburg) will be examined with regard to similar climatic conditions and a common cultural and historical context of the city. Based on urban patterns and graphic diagrams of each square are observed inner relationships between shapes of square, form, function and location of the position of an artwork. Research areas are also focused on comparing aspects of transport, green space, functional use, visual unit and social activities. The public space is shaped by a set of characteristics that promote diversity and interdependence of functions. For a better interpretation of the results have been established two benchmarks - symbol of identification with the place and the Magnet (function and filling space). The objective of the thesis is to define an aspects and elements of space which were involved in square use.
Compact Forms of Housing
Májek, Jan ; Koutný, Jan (referee) ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Budkeová, Branislava (referee) ; Glosová, Dagmar (advisor)
"The compact forms of housing" is a term with which the Czech interior design yet do not often occur. This concept densely built low-rise residential files yet carries a strong potential not only in matters of mere living, but also offers one of the progressive alternative ways of living environment in general. Examined form of residential buildings is becoming increasingly important especially in specific situations where conventional housing is failing and instead generates other social problems. This thesis is primarily seeking the maximum extent available to document the issue of a compact housing, describe its basic form and point out the historical roots of this typology. The acquired knowledge was then subjected to an in-depth analysis, the output of which is to be the most comprehensive characterization researched the topic and its inclusion in the context of the standard forms of housing. The result is a set of research information, assumptions and typological bases that determine the primary urban, architectural, or social limits of the residential category. This work attempts to take into account the specified topic in the broader context of housing as a basic human need. As a result of findings would be its contribution to the culture scene in our home and create a theoretical material that would become an essential information base for creating compact residential files. The conclusions of this research can be further developed, tested and refined in the educational process at the faculties of architecture or in the practice. The results of research could stimulate interest in this type of housing and contribute to the enrichment of Czech housing scene of a synthetic form, which will form the connecting link between the typological family house and an apartment building. Low-rise housing complexes with a high population density can also create an effective counterbalance to the typical suburban development of part-time family home and offer method, respectively one of the alternative ways to be with this dilapidated urban housing estate deal.
Forms of housing and accommodation of students and their influence on the given locality
Velek, Jan ; Koutný, Jan (referee) ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Budkeová, Branislava (referee) ; Glosová, Dagmar (advisor)
This work considers various possibilities and forms of housing and accommodation of students and their influence on the given locality.
CITY HALL - RES PUBLICA, The administrative center of the district of Brno-sever
Tománková, Michaela ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Oplatek, Jiří (advisor)
The subject of the diploma project is the design of new townhall building of district Brno – The north. The townhall is designed at the place of existing barracks and the urbanistic plan of whole area was the previous school work. The townhall as a new centre of the district is dominant in its location, the main motive is openness and permeability. The volume is created from two basic cubes with offices which define public space between with indoor public square and specific volumes of halls in dynamic composition. Communication structure is formed by footbridges and staircaises connecting all volumes. The building combines reinforced concrete and steel structure and is covered by glass shell around.
CITY HALL - RES PUBLICA, The administrative center of the district of Brno-sever
Šírková, Kateřina ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Oplatek, Jiří (advisor)
The New Town Hall for Brno Sever is located in a dominant position at the centre of a new residential development at the site of the former barracks. The design seeks to fulfill the principles of a citizen-friendly city hall and Vitruvius perfect scale of construction, durability, utility and beauty. A design is clear, beauty can be an application of timeless solution based on the purpose and simplicity of forms. Permanence means a building capability to respond flexibly to changes in the territory, legislation and society. From the square a visitor passes through a wide portal into the inner public space in to which galleries and offices are open. The most frequently used functions are concentrated in the inner parterre. The building includes all workplaces required by a construction workplan and also a ceremonial hall, restaurant, exhibition space in the atrium and a so- called company nursery for employees' children, where it is possible a short-term babysitting for children of the town hall visitors.
CITY HALL - RES PUBLICA, The administrative center of the district of Brno-sever
Szabóová, Veronika ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Oplatek, Jiří (advisor)
Abstract The new Town Hall of Brno-sever is located in today´s barracks in Černá Pole. It is situated on the very prominent corner of Provazníkova street and Gen. Píka avenue. In contrast to the residential structure, the Town Hall opens to the public and creates a new square lined with trees. The Town Hall consists of three objects: the building with offices and the building with halls are connected with a bridge. The third object is the observation tower.
CITY HALL - RES PUBLICA, The administrative center of the district of Brno-sever
Pechová Riedlová, Mária ; Rudiš, Viktor (referee) ; Oplatek, Jiří (advisor)
The aim of the work was to design a town hall for Brno city, burrough Sever. Currently, the location is separated from public life by a high wall. What is more, it does not match the style of surrounding buildings. The proposed town hall design strives to revive the location. It uses one of the three existing buildings built in 1920. The building is proposed to be rennovated and extended by a new modern architectonic object. This way, the whole complex would naturally fit into the original structure. The location of the town hall merges the historic with the modern introducing new values into the place.

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