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Commercial center Miris Garden in Croatia
Uherková, Jana ; Vintr, Jan (referee) ; Novák, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the preparation of project documentation for building permits and documentation for construction implementation, based on the assignment provided in the 3rd year during the winter semester in the subject BGA 032 – Architectural Studio IV. The study focuses on the design of a new commercial center placed in the area of a newly planned holiday resort in Croatia. The addressed plot is located in the Croatian Dalmatia region, near the village of Stari Grad-Paklenica. Currently, the whole area is unused, undeveloped, and overgrown with wild vegetation. The architectural concept aims to create a building that responds to the sloping terrain of the plot and provides its future visitors with a sense and atmosphere of Croatian architecture. This is achieved through the use of stone cladding and wooden shading elements, which are typical materials for this region. The irregularly shaped building consists of two above-ground floors. The first floor is used for dining, commerce, and sports, while the second floor accommodates dining, services, administration, and entertainment. In contrast to the first floor, the second floor is more shallow, creating a walkable terrace from which individual units are accessible. The terrace also features outdoor seating for gastronomic establishments, complemented by wooden pergolas with sliding fabric shading. One of the dominant elements of the complex is the outdoor staircase connecting both floors. It is not only a guiding element but also reveals views of the sea and the setting sun. The design also emphasizes public spaces. In the front area of the commercial center on the northeast side, the space is divided into green islands with seating. These green islands, along with a water feature, complete the square in front of the commercial center facing the sea. The area also includes wooden pergolas with sliding fabric shading, resembling waves of the sea, providing a unique atmosphere.
Commercial center Miris Garden in Croatia
Olšáková, Linda ; Vintr, Jan (referee) ; Novák, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the creation of project documentation for building permits and parts of the documentation for construction implementation based on a previously developed study within the course BGA032 Architectural Design Studio 4 in the winter semester of the 3rd year, focusing on public buildings. The project theme involves the new construction of a commercial center consisting of five independent two-story structures. The chosen site is located in Croatia, in the village of Starigrad in the Zadar County. The nearby surroundings are undeveloped, and the commercial center is part of a planned vacation resort. The architectural concept aims for the most efficient use of the existing sloping terrain. Therefore, the center is composed of five standalone buildings, partially embedded into the terrain, following its funnel-like shape. Four buildings have a simple cubic shape, while the fifth has an arched ground plan. The intention is to create shopping streets with shop windows of retail spaces and restaurants facing them. The facades, designed with imitation of exposed concrete, incorporate shading using rotating wooden elements and individual fixed wooden panels. Outdoor spaces are protected by adjustable fabric shading. The commercial center houses rentable spaces for retail and services, restaurant areas, an entrance hall with a reception, and private administrative spaces including necessary facilities.
Shared mechanisms of development of vertebrate body appendages
Vintr, Jan ; Soukup, Vladimír (advisor) ; Krylov, Vladimír (referee)
Vertebrate body appendages include a number of structures such as limbs, paired and median fins, the tail bud, the cloacal region, barbels or pharyngeal arch derivatives. Despite differences in form and function, these appendages share a number of developmental genetic mechanisms. Development of these structures is chiefly regulated by Fgf, Shh, Wnt, Tgf-β and retinoic acid signalling pathways, activity of transcription factors such as Hox or Tbx along with cis-regulatory elements controlling the genes in which these factors are encoded. A recurring feature shared by some of the herein discussed anatomical structures is a transient epithelial ridge whose activity influences production and proliferation of the adjacent mesenchyme. Some are also instructed by a signalling centre, which confers asymmetry to the structure. In this text, the various appendages are compared on the basis of their development in relation to tetrapod limbs and theories evaluating the emergence of vertebrate paired appendages. The fin fold theory and archipterygial theory are discussed in the light of recent data provided by evolutionary developmental biology. All together, this thesis evaluates shared and derived characteristics of vertebrate body appendages with the aim to provide a basis for the upcoming work on the role...

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