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Sports and Relaxation Centre Vsetín, Ohrada
Tallmayer, Dominik ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
This paper aims to elaborate an urbanistic study focused on the establishment of a multifunction athletic and recreational area located in Vsetín-Ohrada, carrying the name of the location, Ohrada. The reason to elaborate on this project is the current desolate state of the area, which already does not fulfil its purpose and serves only as lodgings and as a facility for the tennis club. My approach for this project implies identified accidence of buildings with an emphasis on maximal use of daylight, open spaces, green areas, and social interactions. All of these parts connect ideas and needs of future generations and deliver into the area new Genio Loci. For me, the biggest challenge in this complex area is finding the answer to meaningful use of the big amount of soil that is part of the canker tribune. The solution for this challenge might be in the creation of new access paths and footbridge to the buildings which provide several parts of space with different atmosphere and purpose. The main idea was the creation of a leisure public space with an emphasis on the variability of used areas that serve people from all age groups. It creates several main areas that divide the location and deliver various atmospheres for each generation. Additionally, the area as a whole is open and accessible to the public. A sign of long-term functional society is the ability of considerable behaviour toward public areas. Space in front of and between buildings happened to be more important than the building itself. In this case, we can talk about public life that is sustainable in time.
PROKES WINERY
Tallmayer, Dominik ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
This Bachelor thesis is based on formerly elaborated study in the subject AG32, which has been further elaborated to the level of documentation for a building permit and documentation for a construction execution. The topic of the thesis was to design a production hall, accommodation, administration, wine sales and a detached house. The new Prokeš winery is to be situated in the town of Velké Němčice, north-west from the centre of town in Městečko street. The parcel of land is bounded from the south by a road, from the north by a field, from the east it is adjacent to a field path and from the west to old garages. The land is owned by Mr Kamil Prokeš, it is an irregular shape with an area of 2,536.06 m. More than 1/3 of the land is crossed by the VN 22 kV air line. Functional content of the construction is a wine production, guests accommodation, administration, wine sales and housing for the winery owners. The main idea of the design was to build a construction, which would meet all the operation requirements as well as the owner requirements. The winery consists of 3 objects that are mutually connected into one unit, however, the individual plants are not disturbed by the others in terms of sound, vibrations, movements of winery workers and visitors. The winery is situated perpendicularly to Městečko street. This road is used as an access and supply road. The objects are designed in a way which accommodates the operation and function.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Vsetín, Ohrada
Tallmayer, Dominik ; Kotek, arch Jakub (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
This paper aims to elaborate an urbanistic study focused on the establishment of a multifunction athletic and recreational area located in Vsetín-Ohrada, carrying the name of the location, Ohrada. The reason to elaborate on this project is the current desolate state of the area, which already does not fulfil its purpose and serves only as lodgings and as a facility for the tennis club. My approach for this project implies identified accidence of buildings with an emphasis on maximal use of daylight, open spaces, green areas, and social interactions. All of these parts connect ideas and needs of future generations and deliver into the area new Genio Loci. For me, the biggest challenge in this complex area is finding the answer to meaningful use of the big amount of soil that is part of the canker tribune. The solution for this challenge might be in the creation of new access paths and footbridge to the buildings which provide several parts of space with different atmosphere and purpose. The main idea was the creation of a leisure public space with an emphasis on the variability of used areas that serve people from all age groups. It creates several main areas that divide the location and deliver various atmospheres for each generation. Additionally, the area as a whole is open and accessible to the public. A sign of long-term functional society is the ability of considerable behaviour toward public areas. Space in front of and between buildings happened to be more important than the building itself. In this case, we can talk about public life that is sustainable in time.
PROKES WINERY
Tallmayer, Dominik ; Myslín,, Jiří (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Čupr, Karel (advisor)
This Bachelor thesis is based on formerly elaborated study in the subject AG32, which has been further elaborated to the level of documentation for a building permit and documentation for a construction execution. The topic of the thesis was to design a production hall, accommodation, administration, wine sales and a detached house. The new Prokeš winery is to be situated in the town of Velké Němčice, north-west from the centre of town in Městečko street. The parcel of land is bounded from the south by a road, from the north by a field, from the east it is adjacent to a field path and from the west to old garages. The land is owned by Mr Kamil Prokeš, it is an irregular shape with an area of 2,536.06 m. More than 1/3 of the land is crossed by the VN 22 kV air line. Functional content of the construction is a wine production, guests accommodation, administration, wine sales and housing for the winery owners. The main idea of the design was to build a construction, which would meet all the operation requirements as well as the owner requirements. The winery consists of 3 objects that are mutually connected into one unit, however, the individual plants are not disturbed by the others in terms of sound, vibrations, movements of winery workers and visitors. The winery is situated perpendicularly to Městečko street. This road is used as an access and supply road. The objects are designed in a way which accommodates the operation and function.

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