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Historical Houses Jihlava
Vymazalová, Tereza ; Kafková, Tereza (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of "Jihlava historical houses" (hereinafter JHD), which primary use today is for a permanent housing with unsatisfactory characteristics. Most apartments consist of a studio apartment with minimal or shared sanitary facilities. This condition arose due to the layout changes during the 18th and 19th centuries, when a large part of the spacious Renaissance and Baroque palace houses were transformed into intensively used apartment buildings. Given the situation persists to this day, it is necessary to think about changing the nature of such houses as part of the city's development. The diploma thesis addresses the location of the southeastern tip of Jihlava's Masaryk Square, which has the ambition to soon transform into a cultural HUB of the city and includes seven JHD. As more than half of these houses were already discussed at the faculty, the university have already prepared a plan of changes in the houses` nature. It is nonetheless necessary for a comprehensive overview of changes in the locality to prepare a study of the last two JHD, which are adjacent to one another. The objective of the paper is to address the functional characteristics of these houses regarding their placement within the city. Consideration is given to the studies and planned changes within the area - the reconstruction of Masaryk Square and the ongoing reconstruction of the house Masaryk Square 21, which bound to become the center of culture, education and tourism. The houses No. 22 and 23, which this paper addresses, are now enclosed by the future cultural and social house and the existing Vysočina Regional Gallery - this location thus significantly affects their use in the future. House No. 23, which is characterized by its large inner hall with a porch, is directly adjacent to the Regional Gallery of Vysočina, which faces the lack of a representative entrance facilities for visitors and insufficient space for a permanent exhibition. In terms of functionality, the house No. 23 is suitable for cultural purposes and so the existing Vysočina Gallery Area merges with it and its main entrance is moved. House No. 22 retains the function of a permanent housing, primarily due to its good layout, but is more up to the standards of Jihlava. The mentioned four houses influence the adjoining accessible courtyard, which is transformed into a new attractive public space. The outcome of the paper is not only an urban and architectural study of two addressed houses and the adjacent courtyard, but also an evaluation of the overall functional change of the site in the future, including other JHD. Primarily, the monofunctional nature is removed from the addressed location, which now finds itself unsuitable for housing, and a new functional characteristic are proposed that support the development of the southern tip of Masaryk Square, but at the same time respect the essence of the housing, which should always be primarily based upon the customized needs. The paper is an overview of the future functional development of this locality and discusses the possibilities of how the city of Jihlava could manage the historical houses within the area and thus significantly affect life in the city.
Marketing Mix of a Company
Vymazalová, Tereza ; Havíř, David (referee) ; Kaňovská, Lucie (advisor)
This master's thesis is focused on creating a proposal for changes in the marketing mix of an environmental services company. The theoretical part explains the basic concepts of marketing and marketing analysis, and describes the individual components of the marketing mix of services (7P). The analytical part contains detailed analyzes of the internal and external environment of the company, on the basis of which are created suggestions for changes in the marketing mix of the company.
MetaArchitecture
Vymazalová, Tereza ; Mačuda, Michal (referee) ; Vítek, Jiří (advisor)
Pilgrimage church of St. John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora in Žďár nad Sázavou is a UNESCO heritage site. It is visited annually by 30 000 visitors and this number increases each year. Alas, the site does not have proper funding and care that would match the huge tourist attendance. My bachelor’s paper is focusing on topic of improving the conditions of this site for both employees and visitors. Program of my proposal consists of improving and prolonging the tourist experience at this site, using caffés, museums and/or lecture theatre. It is imperative for these improvements to take in mind the complex style and form of this site. The style is influenced by the way in which Santini designed the site using circles. I was inspired for my work by Santini’s grid of circles and contemporary architectural styles, such as architectural field and grid (P. Eisenmann), object oriented onthopogy, mereology (G.Retsin) or 2nd Digital Turn (mario Carpo). This allows us to create complex geometric architecture, which uses the fact, that it does not burden the area and environment after it’s been constructed. Parts of the complex are going to be raised from the Zelená Hora hill itself, so it appears to be a part of the hill.
Accounting Directives for Company
Vymazalová, Tereza ; Daňha, Jaroslav (referee) ; Pěta, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with internal accounting directives of the Czech business company. First part includes theoretical basis for accounting directives, employees and remuneration of employees. In the second part of the bachelor thesis is introduced and analyzed the company Sezako Prostějov s. r. o. and it’s current directives. Third part is focused on creating an entire wage order for the company Sezako Prostějov s. r. o.
Marketing Mix of a Company
Vymazalová, Tereza ; Havíř, David (referee) ; Kaňovská, Lucie (advisor)
This master's thesis is focused on creating a proposal for changes in the marketing mix of an environmental services company. The theoretical part explains the basic concepts of marketing and marketing analysis, and describes the individual components of the marketing mix of services (7P). The analytical part contains detailed analyzes of the internal and external environment of the company, on the basis of which are created suggestions for changes in the marketing mix of the company.
Historical Houses Jihlava
Vymazalová, Tereza ; Kafková, Tereza (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of "Jihlava historical houses" (hereinafter JHD), which primary use today is for a permanent housing with unsatisfactory characteristics. Most apartments consist of a studio apartment with minimal or shared sanitary facilities. This condition arose due to the layout changes during the 18th and 19th centuries, when a large part of the spacious Renaissance and Baroque palace houses were transformed into intensively used apartment buildings. Given the situation persists to this day, it is necessary to think about changing the nature of such houses as part of the city's development. The diploma thesis addresses the location of the southeastern tip of Jihlava's Masaryk Square, which has the ambition to soon transform into a cultural HUB of the city and includes seven JHD. As more than half of these houses were already discussed at the faculty, the university have already prepared a plan of changes in the houses` nature. It is nonetheless necessary for a comprehensive overview of changes in the locality to prepare a study of the last two JHD, which are adjacent to one another. The objective of the paper is to address the functional characteristics of these houses regarding their placement within the city. Consideration is given to the studies and planned changes within the area - the reconstruction of Masaryk Square and the ongoing reconstruction of the house Masaryk Square 21, which bound to become the center of culture, education and tourism. The houses No. 22 and 23, which this paper addresses, are now enclosed by the future cultural and social house and the existing Vysočina Regional Gallery - this location thus significantly affects their use in the future. House No. 23, which is characterized by its large inner hall with a porch, is directly adjacent to the Regional Gallery of Vysočina, which faces the lack of a representative entrance facilities for visitors and insufficient space for a permanent exhibition. In terms of functionality, the house No. 23 is suitable for cultural purposes and so the existing Vysočina Gallery Area merges with it and its main entrance is moved. House No. 22 retains the function of a permanent housing, primarily due to its good layout, but is more up to the standards of Jihlava. The mentioned four houses influence the adjoining accessible courtyard, which is transformed into a new attractive public space. The outcome of the paper is not only an urban and architectural study of two addressed houses and the adjacent courtyard, but also an evaluation of the overall functional change of the site in the future, including other JHD. Primarily, the monofunctional nature is removed from the addressed location, which now finds itself unsuitable for housing, and a new functional characteristic are proposed that support the development of the southern tip of Masaryk Square, but at the same time respect the essence of the housing, which should always be primarily based upon the customized needs. The paper is an overview of the future functional development of this locality and discusses the possibilities of how the city of Jihlava could manage the historical houses within the area and thus significantly affect life in the city.
Accounting Directives for Company
Vymazalová, Tereza ; Daňha, Jaroslav (referee) ; Pěta, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with internal accounting directives of the Czech business company. First part includes theoretical basis for accounting directives, employees and remuneration of employees. In the second part of the bachelor thesis is introduced and analyzed the company Sezako Prostějov s. r. o. and it’s current directives. Third part is focused on creating an entire wage order for the company Sezako Prostějov s. r. o.
MetaArchitecture
Vymazalová, Tereza ; Mačuda, Michal (referee) ; Vítek, Jiří (advisor)
Pilgrimage church of St. John of Nepomuk at Zelená Hora in Žďár nad Sázavou is a UNESCO heritage site. It is visited annually by 30 000 visitors and this number increases each year. Alas, the site does not have proper funding and care that would match the huge tourist attendance. My bachelor’s paper is focusing on topic of improving the conditions of this site for both employees and visitors. Program of my proposal consists of improving and prolonging the tourist experience at this site, using caffés, museums and/or lecture theatre. It is imperative for these improvements to take in mind the complex style and form of this site. The style is influenced by the way in which Santini designed the site using circles. I was inspired for my work by Santini’s grid of circles and contemporary architectural styles, such as architectural field and grid (P. Eisenmann), object oriented onthopogy, mereology (G.Retsin) or 2nd Digital Turn (mario Carpo). This allows us to create complex geometric architecture, which uses the fact, that it does not burden the area and environment after it’s been constructed. Parts of the complex are going to be raised from the Zelená Hora hill itself, so it appears to be a part of the hill.
Aspectuality in Czech and Dutch
Vymazalová, Tereza ; Hrnčířová, Zdeňka (advisor) ; Pekelder, Jan (referee)
The thesis deals with aspectuality in Czech and Dutch. The theoretical part covers the most important widely recognized and widespread theoretical approaches to the issue. It also compares to which stream Czech and Dutch linguists tend to and how the phenomenon is discussed in grammar. The main points of the work are aspect and Aktionsart. Both of them have similar semantic features, which are the main criteria for comparison of these two typologically different languages. Both in Czech and Dutch, the perception of aspect and manner of its expression varies. The aim of this work is to bring the Czech user of Dutch options for how Czech aspectual meanings may be expressed in Dutch. The practical part contains, besides an overview of the language means, also the practical analysis of two fictional texts, which supports answering two questions. First, whether the Dutch translation preserves the concept of Czech aspectual opposites and if so, in what ways. Second, whether the Czech interpreter has tendency to enrich Dutch text with aspects or not. key words: aspect, Aktionsart, Dutch, imperfectivity, perfectivity

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