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Valová, Markéta ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of this diploma thesis was to design a winery house in the open landscape in a traditional wine landscape of Mikulov. The designed building serves as a four stars hotel with apartment rooms, restaurant, wellness, wine shop and a small wine farm with a storage of wine. There are unique views to the Mikulov city, Turold hill and surounding vineyards. The longitudinal axe is oriented on northeast–southwest. Majority of rooms, terraces and both atriums are directed on prospective axes. The object has one basement and three groundfloors. It is (situated) into the sloping terrain and constrasts with the wavy landscape of Mikulov for its racional and linear conception. It is inspired by terracced formations in near suroundings and uses it for its mass as well. It creates a new landscape dominant that remainds the geological formation of limestone situated in the surroundings of the Mikulov city. The regular rhytm of windows on facade refers to the Mikulov´s renaissance. The regular placement of window openings, and their rhythm are inspirated by Mikulov renaissance. Smaller holes, glass surfaces, light color of facade, green roof and shielding elements prevent from overheating the object during the summer. The water element in the courtyard offers pleasant refreshment for the visitors.
Vosyková, Magdaléna ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the design of a hotel in the foothills of Králický Sněžník for 62 guests. The hotel has a restaurant, wellness center with swimming pool, fitness center, games room, ski room, sports equipment store, sports equipment rental, 40 covered parking places in the basement, rooms for bikes and baby carriages. This new building is located on the outskirts of the town of Králíky, in places of territorial development with a sports and recreational focus. The design concept is based mainly on the interaction with the future ski slope and works with maximum use of a quality view of the slope and the picturesque landscape. When solving the design, care was taken to ensure that the building complied with the design principles of passive structures.
Moravian Wine Center
Fogašová, Jana ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis is elaborated as an architectural study on Moravian Wine Center. The project deals with the design of a wine hotel with a wine presentation. The building is located in the open countryside, in the Velké Pavlovice wine region. The hotel is conceived as a cultural center. There are congress halls, a wellness center, wine tasting areas with wine cellars. But also the exhibition area, which ensures the presentation of wines. There is also a restaurant with a terrace, with beautiful views of the countryside and significant landmarks.
Center winery Nemcicky
Fialová, Petra ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor) ; Kalousek, Miloš (advisor)
The topic of this project is the new design concept for Centre for Viticulture and Wine Tourism in the region of the town Němčičky. It is a dominant building in open landscape. The main purpose of the centre is popularization of the local wineries under the trademark VOC Modré Hory. There is a viewpoint in the building as well, allowing the visitors to appreciate the stunning panorama of the wine region. Gentle curves of the surrounding landscape and refined regularity of the rows of grape vines were the inspiration for the layout of the building, as well as for the gradation of the façade. The façade itself is the defining feature of the building with its glued laminated timber columns. The columns form two rows, creating a shape of two ellipses and they are gradually rising to the top where the viewpoint can be found. In the core of the building is the tasting room which is spacious and airy. Also, there is wine archive and the facilities of the building. With pleasant weather outside, and there is no shortage of that in South Moravia, visitors can also enjoy the outer terrace. A stairway, which is copying the curve of the peripheral columns, leads from the terrace and by climbing the stairs visitors can reach the viewpoint.
Hubený, Jakub ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the thesis is the design of an architectural-urban study of a large area (revitalization of brownfield land/sites) on the outskirts of the village of Víchov. The building program defined partly by the investor and then by the pre-diploma project includes a residential part, a part of agricultural land, a part of public spaces, housing for owners and an industrial part. The industrial part has been designed in more detail and includes the following areas: storage/production facilities, sale of farm products in showrooms, accommodation, catering, administration and technical facilities. The aim of the work was to find an architectural solution that would be the most suitable from various contradictory points of view - such as in terms of spatial layout, from an economic point of view, in terms of the integration of the building into the structure of the village and the topography of the landscape, or in terms of the energy (in)performance of the building. The design should also be representative of an appropriate response to global warming.
Dudíková, Kateřina ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is an architectural study of a new hotel in the mountain village of Králíky. The study deals with a four-star hotel with a capacity of 60 beds, wellness, and restaurant for 100 people, mainly focused on families with children. The designated area is situated in the mild terrain of the southeastern part of the village Králíky. The main concept of this architectural study is inspired by the surroundings, such as the small buildings with span roofs, traditional materials, mountain environment, orientation to the sides of the world, and a view of the surroundings dominated by the monastery. The building has an underground garage and three above-ground floors with the restaurant, wellness, gym, shops, and accommodation units. Near the hotel are areas used for sport and leisure activities, including a football field, swimming pool, and a ski slope.
Mikhaylov, Georgy ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The diploma thesis is elaborated as an architectural study on the theme of Nikolsburg Mikulov Winery. Main idea of this project is to create a new hotel building combined with the production of wine so it would naturally fit the given landscape and so it wouldn’t disturb its natural character. This building was also designed so it has extraordinary views of the whole wine area of Mikulov. Primary function of the building is accommodation in a 4-star hotel rooms and a clean production of wine, which includes maturing, bottling and labeling. There is also a restaurant with a terrace, with beautiful views of the countryside and significant landmarks, a wine bar, tasting salon with immediate a wine cellar designed for wine maturing and also last but not least a wellness center with sauna world.
Moravian Wine Center
Dědečková, Tereza ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The aim was to propose a study of the Moravian Wine Center. It is a hotel with a congress, wellness and wine lounge. This newly designed hotel is located in an area called Hrůdek in the cadastral area of Velké Pavlovice. The marginal design also solves the connection with the path on the south side of the hotel, which also serves as a cycle path. Here is a cyclo landing with the possibility of a small snack and of visiting the wine exhibition, which is then connected with the wine lounge in the hotel.
Palík, Vladimír ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
Abstract The subject of the thesis is architectural study of the Winery hotel Hrůdek with a salon of wines, with a wellness and with a congress centre. The locality of the local name of Hrůdek is situated north of the Velké Pavlovice municipality, at a small hill behind the Upper Fishpond, in place of a former henhouse. The building site, owing to its uphill position, provides admirable view of the Trkmanka stream valley. The object designed is separately standing and due to its emplacement it creates an outstanding view point of neighbourhood. The object is designed in such manner tat it would fit together with the surrounding landscape. There are applied natural materials as wood, stone. Mass of the building is divided into two objects, A and B, connected by means of a subbasement. The public outdoor areas are fixed between these buildings and are terraced. From the upper terrace there is situated entrance into the building A with the reception desk, restaurant, congress hall and wellness. We can get into the building through the connection corridor in the subbasement or from the upper terrace. In the B building B there is situated accommodation of the **** standard. Then leaseable wine-cellars and a wine bar accessible from the lower terrace. The object layout is interestingly solved. Such layout offers to the visitor countless interesting sights and views of the surrounding landscape. Keywords: Winery hotel, wine salon, wellness, congress centre, restaurant, wine-cellars, presentation of wines, tasting cellars
Eliáš, Václav ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of the thesis was to develop the production part in depth from the pre-diploma project, where we dealt with the whole parcel as an architectural-urban design. Here the whole plot was being solved with a development proposal in the upper part, the owner's house, production part and growing areas. In the thesis itself we are only dealing with the production part in more detail. There are two buildings in the production complex – the first, located closer to the entrance, is the administration building containing the management of the premises, the shop of products from the main production, the cafeteria for employees and the accommodation on the second floor. The second one is the production object located in the background – it is a single compact block that includes the entire desired program of the produce. It is a two-storey building that is embedded in the terrain from three sides and the upper part has a passable working yard in the middle. From the beginning, the basic concept was to design a complex object that would include all the required services and would respect the character of the village development, into which it should fit. There is a mature greenery on the parcel to which the design is linked and is supplemented with a new one – thanks to it the proposed objects are shielded by this “green wall” and does not act as a dominant element in the landscape. Simultaneously, it acts as a natural filter between the production and the residential zone. The proposed design is trying to respect the Green New Deal.

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