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NetZero – carbon neutral living in Brno
Běhůnek, Ondřej ; Gebauer, Pavel (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
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NetZero – carbon neutral living in Brno
Dubanych, Yuliia ; Gebauer, Pavel (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The urban design of the area is a reaction to the spatial study prepared for the West Gate development location in Brno, which is surrounded by buildings of dominant importance: Bohunice University Hospital, Campus Square, Masaryk University faculties. The given location is unique in that it is one of the few in Brno where buildings can be placed high up, so in my proposal I actively work with the elevation level of the building. The height dominants are situated on the edges of the territory due to the course of the take-off corridor, but I also balance the overall composition of the territory with my position. The architectural solution of the proposed building responds to the urban structure and height of the buildings in the immediate vicinity. The parterre of the building respects the course of the original terrain, which is why the plinth is partially embedded with its mass underground. Operationally, the building is designed as accommodation for students with sales areas on the ground floor, which functionally complement the overall operation of the building. However, the building also has other services such as student coworking, which should primarily serve to gather a larger number of students for joint work or rest. Of course, the operation of the building is complemented by a functional public space, which it encloses with its shape.
NetZero – carbon neutral living in Brno
Dudáš, Matúš ; Gebauer, Pavel (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis is the design of an architectural study for two apartment buildings, which follows a previous urban study. The main goal of the diploma thesis is to design buildings with minimal carbon footprint throughout their entire life cycle, achieving a so-called NetZero state. The new district is designed urbanistically and functionally to provide residents with all necessary services while maintaining good connections with public transportation, thereby reducing the need for individual car transportation solutions. The area in question is located in Brno, in the Starý Lískovec locality, near the new tram stop Západná brána. It is an unused plot of land, bordered to the south by urban structures and to the north by administrative spaces including OC Campus Square, the University Campus Bohunice, and the Faculty Hospital Brno. To the east of the plot, there are planned construction projects focused on housing. The material composition of the apartment buildings combines low-carbon concrete and prefabricated CLT panels, supporting the sustainability of the buildings and the efficiency of construction. This hybrid approach minimizes CO2 emissions while providing the necessary strength and durability of the structures. CLT panels are a more environmentally friendly alternative to traditional building materials and allow for faster construction. Both apartment buildings have similar operations. The underground level is designed with parking spaces for the apartment owners. On the ground floor, there is a parterre with smaller shops, a café, and a bar with outdoor seating between the new buildings. The upper floors house various types and sizes of residential units. The top floors feature duplex apartments with terraces and views.
NetZero – carbon neutral living in Brno
Thunová, Nicola Vanesa ; Gebauer, Pavel (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the design of an apartment block conceptually designed as a carbon-neutral building in Brno. The selected object is a continuation of the pre-diploma project PURE CITY, in which a set of buildings was designed as part of the urban study, which dealt with the issue of NET ZERO within the urban and social scale. The demarcated area is located in the cadastral area of Starý Lískovec on Jihlavská street near the new Západní Brána (West Gate) stop and not far from the campus of the Bohunice Faculty Hospital. The NET ZERO concept deals with sustainability and the effort to achieve a neutral balance of carbon footprints throughout the building's life cycle. The inner block is designed as a set of 8 housing sectors. The inner space of the park-like courtyard is used for staying and relaxing and is a completely private space for the residents of the block. The building in the corner parts reaches up to 7 above-ground floors, thus responding to the orientation to the cardinal points. In terms of shape, it prescribes a rational rectangular shape from the north side, but on the south side, the facade is slanted, as it was necessary to give way to the ongoing existing communication. The apartments are designed in several categories and mainly aim at the density of the population. The apartments are complemented by spacious balconies, and the apartments on the ground floor have terraces located at the street line, which demarcate public and private space with a double barrier and height difference. The height difference thus also responds to the descending terrain, which reaches a height difference of up to 3.5 m on the southern side. On the ground floors in direct contact with the street line, active parterres with smaller shops or services are designed, or WORK and LIVE housing units, which combine work environments, such as studios, with living space. These spaces are designed over 2 above-ground floors in the style of a loft apartment. The roof plane is designed as flat roofs in several height levels, on which are located private terraces for residential apartments, located on the highest floors, as well as community gardens for residents of the inner block, and a large part is occupied by an extensive green roof supplemented by photovoltaic panels for pumping solar energy.
NetZero – carbon neutral living in Brno
Osipova, Valentina ; Gebauer, Pavel (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the design of student housing in the Brno – Západní brána location. The two residential buildings are designed in the concept of carbon neutrality - Net Zero - throughout their life cycle. In order to achieve this goal, it is necessary to take into account, on the one side, operational carbon, which arises during the actual use of the building and is mainly related to energy consumption during the building's operation, and, on the other side, embodied carbon, which enters the structure before the building is started to be used. The only material reducing the overall carbon footprint is wood, and for that reason Net Zero is difficult to achieve without considering the use of wood as a construction material. Zeroing the carbon footprint in the entire life cycle is only achievable if both of the above principles are followed. The main delaying factor on the way to carbon neutrality for the Czech Republic are the currently valid legislative requirements, especially in the field of fire safety, which do not allow the construction of wooden buildings higher than 12 m fire height. The newly prepared legislation, expected to take effect from mid-2025, should push this limit up to 22.5 m, i.e. to approx. 7 floors. For this reason, the project envisages a wooden supporting structure. The proposal is based on the studio work from the previous semester, where a new urban structure West. Vista. View was designed at Jihlavská street west of the Západní brána tram stop. The overall concept of the urban study takes into account the principles of Net Zero in urban planning, which are a city of short distances, density, orientation to the cardinal points, reduction of car traffic and creating a favorable microclimate. The proposed buildings are six-story residential buildings, where the ground floor houses common student spaces (coworking) and rentable spaces for other services. On the second to fifth above-ground floors, there are maisonette apartments, and on the upper sixth floor – single-floor mini-apartments of a higher standard. The underground floor is dedicated mainly to technical operations. One of the buildings is dealt with in more detailed way as a main theme of the diploma project. It is a corner building located on the local square.
Brno Trade Fairs Future
Beltiukov, Ilia ; Hybská, Bohumila (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The architectural project of Exhibition Hall is located in a part of Brno-Pisárky, in northern area of BVV. The objective of the land-use planning and architectural proposal was to integrate the Hall in proximity to the second entry of BVV. The pavilion is situated on the primary northen axe, which perpendiculary join the pedestrian bridge. The binding foot-bridge is used for path between the entry of BVV and the western entry into the exhibition section. Surrounding the building is situated green park. There are open areas for pedestrian, tree-hemmed paths and relaxation spots around the entire building. The exhibition hall combines four basic parts: the western entrance connected with the pedestrian bridge, public part, storage part and the multi-purpose exhibition space in between. There are two-floor restaurant and snack bars with an open view to the south part of BVV, in particular to the Hall Z. The pavilion was concieved as a ruled rectangular volume. The creative proposal was to involve the ruled surface geometry, which is formed by connecting two curves with a series of straight lines and covers the entire building. The outer curtain wall is implied «the Curtains», reveals a lightness and airiness by dynamic effect. Geometrical curved profiles clearly point the basic entry spaces outside the exhibition hall. The western entry section allows two different points of entrance: from the pedestrian bridge to the first level and from the ground level. In time of trade fairs there are possibilities to use industrial doors along northern and southern elevations as a secondary entrances. There is a lobby space with the monumental staircase in the centre of public section. The circular shape of staircase rises towards atrium. A collaboration of atrium and natural lighting optically extends and makes easier the foyer space. In addition to the trade fairs, the multi-purpose exhibition hall permits diverse possibilities of using – in time of cultural and sports events u
Brno City Hospital
Seďa, Ondřej ; Hybská, Bohumila (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis is the design of a town hospital at Kraví hora in Brno. The design of the new city hospital in Brno replaces the functions of two existing city hospitals, the Merciful Brothers Hospital and the Trauma Hospital, whose technologies do not meet the medical requirements of the 21st century. In the hospital there are standard facilities, namely outpatient medical facilities, including day hospitals, central blood collection, emergency, operating rooms, central sterilization, anesthesiology and resuscitation departments, intensive care units, maternity and neonatology departments, examination complement , laboratories, rehabilitation departments, inpatient departments of surgical and internal medicine, non - medical and commercial premises, personnel background, technical background and parking. The hospital is a 10-storey building. The main idea of the design was to create a hospital with the views of the park even Brno skyline.
New South District and its Connection to Svratka
Boček, Adam ; Hybská, Bohumila (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The subject of the thesis is a part of the South Center of Brno. After a long period of time, the locality is starting to "wake up to life", thanks to the fact that after a few decades it was finally decided on the fate and location of the Central Station. Thus, it is expected to expand the city in a southern direction. Then incorporate adjacent areas to the center. The thesis follows the project from 2018, the subject of which was the design of an urban concept of a territorial unit defined by Opuštěná Street, the Lower Railway Station, the Svratka River and the planned new urban class located on the visual axis of Cathedral (st. Petr and Pavel). Therefore, the thesis deals with the architectural study of a part of this area, situated near the river Svratka, on the border of the newly emerging city embankment. It is a multifunctional block, with predominant use for housing with 136 apartments for about 450 inhabitants. This block is further divided into 3 buildings, which have two underground floors providing technological background, and parking spaces for the entire multifunctional block. Further, the architectural study focuses on one of these polyfunctional block objects and processes it in more detail. The building of the residential building, called "A" in the study, provides a total of 47 apartments. And in the ground floor of the building there are rentable spaces for various uses. The effort of the proposal was to create quality living in a unique location on the waterfront and provide the inhabitants with a view of the Svratka River and the park on the opposite bank, even though it is almost in the city center.
Brno Trade Fairs Future
Knot, Tomáš ; Hybská, Bohumila (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The theme of my diploma thesis is reconstruction of old exhibition hall “B” of BVV Trade Fairs Brno which is located at Křižkovského street near BVV gate no. 4. The exhibition hall is converted to multifunctional sports hall. This function is result of complex urban analysis, which was theme of winter semester thesis of the academic year 2017/2018. The exhibition hall gets a new curtain wall facade. Curtain wall sustains of steel construction and semi-transparent polycarbonate panels. The study converts rooms according to new usage of the hall. There are smaller halls for indoor sports, dividable central hall, tribunes, bars, locker rooms, roof wellness and outdoor multifunctional playgrounds at the roof of the hall. The study takes advantage of uncommon technical solutions of the hall. For example bridge crane which is newly used as carrying construction for LED multimedia cube.
Brno Trade Fairs Future
Kaliariková, Beáta ; Hybská, Bohumila (referee) ; Sedláček, Michal (advisor)
The theme of diploma thesis is design of convention center situated in area of BVV Trade Fairs Brno. The location of designed buildings is reacting on surrounding buildings and important compositional axes.The convention center is crossing axis leading from historical entrance and its front glass facades open the view for dominant feature of hotel zone in south part of area.The convention center is designed as two three-storey buildings connected by bridge with sightseeing terrace and main entrance underneath. The bigger building contains main convention hall with a maximal capacity of 2300 people, two halls with a capacity of 500 and 600 people and other conference and meeting rooms with various capacity. The other building contains plenary hall with a capacity of 1100 in circular seating arrangement. The buildings are connecting to pavillions C and B, which provide spaces for opening and exhibiton parts of cenvention events. Designed convention center provides spaces for big diversity of conventional events thanks to its capacities and location.

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