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Brno Connectivity / Brno Democratic City
Bartoňková, Markéta ; Zadražilová, Miroslava (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
A new public space for everyone. high line in Brno Imagine you are in the future. In the year around 2030. The main railway station has been moved away. You walk from the city centre and in the place of the current unfriendly main train station you pass through tree alleys and the first tower of the high line is just in front of you. The original train track is revitalised with greenery and you can walk high above street level, safe from cars, and you enter the brand new Spitalka district. You can see the city with its street life from a different perspective. The High Line is designed for everyone. There are cyclists, pedestrians, people on roller skates, mothers with strollers, joggers, it's a safe place for everyone. It doesn't just create a pedestrian link from point A to point B. It offers multiple connections and the opportunity to hang out and sit in the greenery on the high line and look out onto the streets. At the viewpoints you can go even higher, to observe the city, to see the landmark of St. Peter and Paul Cathedral in the background and to overlook the whole high line in the greenery. What more? The heart of the high line is the little square with the amphitheater and the circular oasis. The oasis creates its own safe world. It is the culmination of the entire connectivity of the high line. Connecting people in a circle.
Structure-Space-City "Urban block completion"
Langnerová, Karolina ; Zadražilová, Miroslava (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
This work seeks to verify the possible construction of a kindergarten in very confined conditions in the courtyard so that children can take dignified first steps in educational facilities and at the same time to economically use the land in the city center.
Intensive Urban Housing Brno
Račko, Valentín ; Zadražilová, Miroslava (referee) ; Menšíková, Naděžda (advisor)
This master thesis is exploring a possibility of densifying traditional block structure of a city by the design of a multifunctional building. It is located in Brno exactly in Brno centrum city part. The building site is defined by Veveří, Kounicova and Pekárenská streets. On the forth side there is existing block of flats on the Sokolská Street. The design itself is based on the form of a traditional enclosed block of flats, but masses are oriented differently. The basic principle is layering when first two floors are commercially oriented and therefore accessible by public. Living areas are separated by position above. The roof, connecting all of the buildings, is taking role of a traditional courtyard. In this case, it stays visually connected with surrounding street life and newly formed commercial parts. Masses of the complex are reflecting different city structures on each side. It encloses on the side of the Veveří Street which creates undisturbed street corridor. New structure opens more to Kounicova Street and reflects free city pattern of this part.
Intensive City House
Murínová, Lenka ; Zadražilová, Miroslava (referee) ; Menšíková, Naděžda (advisor)
The topic of diploma thesis is to design a "city house", in a form of the intensive urban structure, using the area with the greatest efficiency in terms of housing, services and jobs on a relatively small area. The main function of the new complex is housing supplemented by services, as well as, leisure and education facilities. The art school, the gallery, the office space and other facilities serve not only the residents of the "intensive house", but also the rest of the public, with the possibility of getting new jobs at an accessible distance, which is the main task of an intensive structure. The aim is to create a multifunctional urban building that revitalizes the inefficiently used area and at the same time brings green spaces designed for relaxation that are missing in this area.
ResPublica/Civitas Socialis - Strachotín
Malík, Lukáš ; Zadražilová, Miroslava (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The house is located in a quiet part of Strachotín. The plot itself is now used as agricultural land. The bio corridor belt creates a natural dominance around the area and ensures safe drainage of water during torrential rains. The concept is based on a wide range of services and care. The home for seniors will become part of the life of all seniors in the village and nearby. Supporting home-based autonomy allows seniors to live in their own home and only use the services that are available. Visits and social activities are a matter of course. Accommodation in the house itself will preferably be provided to seniors who require constant care. The operating standard of the home is designed to a very good standard. The home offers a barrier-free environment, single or double rooms. Meeting rooms are an important part of the house, along with a garden and bathing biotope. Separate living from operation guarantees a high level of privacy and allows direct contact with the garden.
NEW ON THE „OLD“ – Brno, Bratislavská - Stará Corner
Kuda, Daniel ; Zadražilová, Miroslava (referee) ; Pelčák, Petr (advisor)
Multifunctional building is located in a vacant lot on the corner of Bratislavska and Stara streets in district Zábrdovice of Brno city. The main purpose of the building is to create conditions for the revival of declining district near the center, which is achieved by the proposed functions of gallery, studios, cafe and housing. The design works with public space and private atriums in a combination with residential galleries. Special attention was paid to the facade of the house to fit between the richly decorated buildings of the 19th century.
Living in the City Centre: Query Investigation on the Example of Brno
Zadražilová, Miroslava
There is a wide spread opinion that living in an intense urban structure becomes utopian nowadays, although there are successful examples realized abroad. This theory provoked the motivation for a sociological study finally discussed in the thesis which was intended to provide the resolution. The concept of sustainable development is connected among others with densification, polyfunctionality and hence restrictions of individual transportation. However, the common practice usually goes just opposite. The proposed study leaves the issue of practical use of principles of sustainable development provisionally untouched. It discusses the will of residents to settle in city centers or contrary an unstoppable tendency for leaving cities.
Living in Intensive Urban Structures
Zadražilová, Miroslava ; Urbášková, Hana (referee) ; Šimeček, Pavel (referee) ; Vitková, Lubica (referee) ; Menšíková, Naděžda (advisor)
As a result of changes in the society, such as the increasing mobility, increasing spatial demandindgness of inhabitants and the onset of digital technologies, the architects and urbanists have been searching for new ways of urban housing developments. One of these ways is densification, i.e. an intensive use of the urban space. An intensive urban structure uses up the potential of a place to its maximum, solves several issues simultaneously and is a functional hybrid, the home of potential suburbanizers and a place of social contacts. It comes from the efforts to solve the particular issue of an over-populated, collapsing city. The aim of the thesis is to show contemporary approaches to the issue of intensive urban structures and to map out both the built and unbuilt projects. The thesis creates a system of their categorization and taxonomy. There is always a mixture of functions in play from the functional perspective. One can distinguish five categories according to the spacial conception. These categories are as follows: multiplicity, porousness, hybridity, connectivity and verticality. The public and semi-public spaces thus move to the higher levels of the city, into the city level, urban balcony or the hybrid landscape. The built projects usually tend to be impulses, in relation to the original city, to develop and revitalize the devastated city areas, brownfields, even urban sprawls. Based on the findings of this thesis, diploma and pre-diploma project assignments have been created at the architecture department at FAST VUT in Brno and the approaches to the issue have been tested in the pedagogical process. The survey in the second part of the thesis looks for the answer to the question of whether the potential inhabitants of an intensive urban structure exist, and who these people might be.
5-Minutes Neighbourhood
Kejdová, Veronika ; Zadražilová, Miroslava (referee) ; Menšíková, Naděžda (advisor)
The location is situated in Brno, in the suburbs of Brno – centre. The area is located to Zderadova street from the north, Masná street from the west and Hladikova street from the south part of the east bank of the river Svitava. The building takes seven floors above the ground (shops and services, administration, housing) and two underground floors (underground garages). The design solution is based on the blending of large quantities of various functions on a relatively small built-up area, which means a number of jobs and reducing distances to work. Therefore, there is a compact object, which is divided by two right - angled lines forming as a cross, the four smaller masses that are connected at the level of the 1 NP and 2 NP. The object is divided by lines that follows the important walkways and improve the throughput of the territory. Furthermore, the individual objects are perforated by a square cross - section with dimensions of about 6.5 x 6.5 x X m, both of them are in the horizontal direction and are always within the depth of the block. They are formed as spaces for indoor patios. They can be formed in the vertical direction - in this case, perforations are ended at the different floors according to the needs, smaller atriums arise. The Individual blocks are connected in 4 NP by footbridges. There is a roof terrace in the central part of 5 NP due to perforation of the object that creates a semi-public space functioned to relaxation and recreation.
5-Minutes Neighbourhood
Šimberová, Iva ; Zadražilová, Miroslava (referee) ; Menšíková, Naděžda (advisor)
Subject of the thesis is the architecture study of multifunctional architectural object based on the principle of creating intensive urban structures. Design area is located on the riverside Svitava, in the neighborhood the street Zvonařka . The aim of the project was to design an intensive structure that will meet the combination of features in order to achieve independence from the surrounding area and shorten the walking distance. The proposal itself, the principle of porosity. This generates a set of objects fulfilling different functions, public, semi-public and private spaces - atrium terraces, green roofs and balconies. The building has nine floors above ground and two underground floors used for parking. On the first floor there is a bank and retail space, the other floors are then situated administration, library, fitness, health center and on the top two floors of living. Construction of the building is designed as a reinforced concrete frame, sits on the pilots. The facade is solved soberly with regard to function, the main expressive elements are white façade,gray facing and glazing surface of the first two floors

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