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Elder house in Řečkovice
Březina, Miroslav ; Wolf, Petr (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
ABSTRACT The topic of the bachelor's thesis is the design and creation of technical documentation for an apartment building with care services in Brno-Řečkovice. The work is based on the architectural study of the subject AG032 – residential buildings developed in 2020. The residential building with nursing service is designed as an atrium. It is rectangular in shape. It has three floors. In the first above-ground floor there is a function of public amenities, the other two are designed for the apartments themselves, a nursing service room and additional functions. Urbanistically, it follows the neighboring buildings, especially the kindergarten building, with which it is designed in one compositional axis, respecting its height and the shape of the roof. The surrounding areas and surrounding connections of the apartment building are also designed. Here, the emphasis is placed on road connections, barrier-free entrances to the building, parking capacity and urban greenery.
Portugal elderly home
Keblovská, Lucie ; Wolf, Petr (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the design of a house for the elderly in Barreira, Portugal. The building is designed to accommodate vital elderly people who do not need round-the-clock nursing care and, in addition, the building offers the possibility of cultural and educational use for the public. The site in question is located on the outskirts of the town in a quiet neighbourhood of family houses with a connection to vehicular and public transport. It is also connected to a pedestrian road leading to the city centre. Access to the site is designed both on the western side, where it directly connects to the main road, and on the eastern side, where a secondary road runs along the site. The site slopes steeply to the east and the property is therefore largely set into the ground. The main idea of the design is "a house interspersed with nature". The three main materials - green steel , light coloured plaster and oak wood - are complemented in many places by plants and trees that are close to Portugal, such as olive trees, lavender, etc. The whole building is embedded in the ground so as not to appear massive from the street and this, among other things, achieves a moment of surprise when entering the building. At the main entrance, the building appears unobtrusive, enclosed and extends from one edge of the property to the other. From the lower road, however, it is possible to see the building in its 'full glory', because at that moment it opens out into the landscape and one can observe the action on the galleries. From the eastern path one can see the three floors and the garden between them. Life in the building is thus cut off from the main road and provides beautiful views. The building is designed to clearly distinguish between public, semi-public and private space. In the layout, emphasis is placed on ensuring privacy for the residents even though the building is open to the public. The U-shaped layout offers a great opportunity to place the client accommodation units at the foot of the building, where they are afforded privacy and quiet, with public spaces in the central part of the building for meeting and socialising. With a central entrance directly adjacent to the social spaces, the public does not have to walk through the building to reach these spaces, and it is the residential units that are located away from the main entrance that offer privacy and quiet. The courtyard between the residential tracts offers part outdoor seating, part herb garden and/or ornamental garden. It is also directly connected to ramps leading to a separate chapel building. The chapel has a rectangular plan and is set into the ground so that its roof is loosely connected to the surrounding terrain. The entire complex is designed to be wheelchair accessible, whether it is the entrance doors or interior doors, landscaping or evacuation
Low-rise apartment buildings in Řečkovice
Vrzalová, Anna ; Wolf, Petr (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on a residential building designed primarily for young people as starter and transitional housing, with the possibility of renting space on the ground floor. The construction site is located in the Řečkovice district of Brno, surrounded by existing residential buildings and family houses. The parcel is adjacent to the main road Terezy Novákové to the east and gradually slopes westward, where it borders the garden of a local kindergarten. On the same plot, construction is already underway for two additional residential buildings with a library and a municipal hall. The immediate vicinity is well-equipped and accessible by public transportation. Regarding automobile traffic, a new road is being created on the plot, connected to the one-way street Družstevní and the main road Terezy Novákové. The western part of the plot is designated as a park with a children's playground and a workout area, in accordance with local requirements. The building itself is designed as a separate four-story basement structure with a flat roof. The construction of the building consists of a transverse wall system with a monolithic reinforced concrete ceiling structure. The cubic shape is chosen to efficiently and simply utilize the building's surface area. The ground floor contains rentable spaces and the entrance to the main residential section. The underground floor houses cellar compartments. The 2nd to 4th floors comprise residential units, each designed as a studio apartment with a balcony. The facade is finished with white plaster complemented by light frames around windows and doors. Metal railings, balcony slabs, and the canopies over the main entrances are made of concrete, providing additional architectural accents.
Vision based localization of mobile robots
Wolf, Petr ; Mráz, František (advisor) ; Holan, Tomáš (referee)
A key feature of a mobile robotic system is the ability to determine its exact position. Solutions using digital cameras to accomplish this task play a major role in the current research. This thesis studies the topic of vision-based localization, proposes a solution and veriffi es its characteristics in series of experiments. An annealed particle filter is used to track line segments of known 3D models. The selected method of evaluation based on control points uses just the necessary part of image data and allows e cient implementation. Real-time performance, resilience to erratic motion and partial occlusion has been achieved, allowing the system to perform motion tracking over large viewpoint changes. A mapping feature is proposed as a possible extension and implemented by combining a particle fi lter with robust optimization.
Vision based localization of mobile robots
Wolf, Petr ; Holan, Tomáš (referee) ; Mráz, František (advisor)
A key feature of a mobile robotic system is the ability to determine its exact position. Solutions using digital cameras to accomplish this task play a major role in the current research. This thesis studies the topic of vision-based localization, proposes a solution and veriffi es its characteristics in series of experiments. An annealed particle filter is used to track line segments of known 3D models. The selected method of evaluation based on control points uses just the necessary part of image data and allows e cient implementation. Real-time performance, resilience to erratic motion and partial occlusion has been achieved, allowing the system to perform motion tracking over large viewpoint changes. A mapping feature is proposed as a possible extension and implemented by combining a particle fi lter with robust optimization.

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