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Revitalization of Technical Museum Brno
Sirová, Kristýna ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Project of revitalization of Technical museum Brno deals with extension of its complex. Museum has not enough capacity to shelter and expose all its large vehicles. The extension of transport museum is designed as an urban complex based on axes. The large architectural scale presents monumental objects as small as collection of toys. Typology is minimalistic and variable so it could react on various demands of exhibitions designers and public. Analytical part examines researches about museum exhibition's evolution and contemporary trends.
Kuric, Alexander ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
This diploma project focuses on the conversion of a foundry located in the former ČKD machine works in Vysočany. The proposal prioritizes conservation of key industrial heritage values and the presentation of those values to the public. The building is inserted into a proposed new urban structure which is integrated into the wider context of the currently regenerated brownfield.
Tomioka Mill
Šnyrch, Marek ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The supervising teacher of the Thesis chose two bulidings to be the subject of solution, which were used as warehouses of cocoons. These are the biggest buildings of the premises as for the volume, which stand out for their impressing construction and their area (1493,1 & 1486,6 m2). The distance between them is aprox. 125 m. The systém of construction is the same in both the buildings, it is a wooden timber reinforced brick masonry frame in modular size of 3,6 x 6,15 m. The constructive height of street floor of building A is 4,4 m, building B 3,85 m. The clearence of bulinding A is 3,85 m and for building B 3,27m. The clearance of second floor in both objects is 4,84m. The existing inner staircase has one arm and is of 54 cm in width. There is a cargo lift on its … covered by … for the connecting the floor areas. … … of both the building forms together with wooden pillars elements also … . The windows of 160 cm width are set rytmicaly in three consecutive rows, they ensure max lighting of the interior of the buildings. The roofing of the buildings is made from wooden frame structure and covered by tiles. The roof construction is not covered from bottom and therefor they make an impression of one of the most striking elements in the interior. The clean dispositions, the lenght of the halls of 104 m to the adequate width, the clean construction both the brick and the wooden ones, together with impressive lighting, the all form an enormous value resulting in a unique character as a whole.
Science & Technology Park in Zlín
Šimoníček, Stanislav ; Svoboda, Jiří (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Subject of my graduation theses was to define an isolated room of the Práce square, to create a central assembly room, which is isolated from the traffic of the adjacent Tomáš Baťa avenue, to complete dominant buildings of the Bata’s period, to stimulate and to make attractive it for the pedestrians and to design a traffic, street’s and new street’s lay-out, to draw a scientific and technical park and living in the city centre, parking places pro the new designed objects. The architectural - urban project is solving a new function of the square, which originally used as ascending area for then expanding Bata’s plants. After failure of the plants has the square lost his function. The designed solution removes the cars, respects viewed axes, and creates a new raster due to straighten of Březnicka Street, which is parallel to the “green axe”, which separates the old and the new part of Zlín, vertical to Tomáš Baťa avenue. It is bringing new restaurants, coffee-bars, shops, housings and jobs. Scientific and Technical Park concludes the square from the north site. It is designed at the place, where formally a hospital building were - in front of he building 21. It is continuing towards the street and joins the faculty of management and economies with the new university centre. The building height is similar as the surrounding buildings. It is parted in two parts; between them is the viewed axe through the district of SVIT. Block of flats concludes the square form the west. Orientation of the flats is also to the east – west. The flats can serve for the employees, too, for the neighbouring Scientific and Technical Park. Kce is from skeleton and is brick-faces KLINKER, which corresponds to the surrounding building-up area. It contains smaller flats to 100 m2, category 2+eating nook, and 1+eating nook.
Architect Jiří Voženílek in Zlín
Svoboda, Jiří ; Prof.Ing.arch.Robert Špaček,CSc. (referee) ; Králová, Eva (referee) ; Koutný, Jan (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Jiří Voženílek was born on August 14th, 1909 in Holešov. He attended high school in Prague, where he also studied architecture at the ČVUT and he became a university professor at this institution in the 1960’s. Later, he became the main architect of The Capital of Prague. He started to work for the Baťa Company on April 20th, 1937. His first task was to assist the architect Vladimír Karfík on the Roman Catholic Church project in Otrokovice-Baťov. Then he became the leader of the collective 276, Construction Department no. 8 and the head architect as well. He cooperated with architect Jaroslav Fragner for the Baťa Company on the creation of the urban concept called The Industrial City of Kolín in 1940-41. He created an interesting industrial project, The Rendering Plant in Otrokovice–Baťov on his own. Several of his other architectural works can be found in the former Baťa factory in Zlín, particularly the factory buildings no. 15 (built in 1946-47) and no. 14 (built in 1947-48). However, the most famous work of Jiří Voženílek is the Collective House in Zlín. He is the author of many famous urban projects in his homeland and around the world as well. He became the head of the group of architects who created the Regulation Plan of Zlín in 1946-47, which is valid even today.
Science & Technology Park in Zlín
Valenta, Peter ; Svoboda, Jiří (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The Moravian town of Zlin has now dual look: It is not only historical important architectural monument, but it is also dynamic town with vital public and bussiness life and University of Tomas Baťa. The factory covers important architectural and spiritual heritage, which is even today everywhere visible. Designed science-technical park is situated in Zlin, in previous Baťa´s factory, in the place of late swimming pool for employee. Manufactory is typical of its urbanistic solution. Location of science-technical park is on the border line of the “new“ and “old“ centre of Zlin and shakeups inauguration centre-line of previous factory.
Revitalization of Technical Museum Brno
Kinnert, Filip ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Museum is firstly a public building in the city. Although, most of the work of collection, conservation and restauration is being done behind a closed door, with the museum's significance and location it has a great importance by co-creating the city environment. Reviving of our defined project area is potentially a big step for reviving the whole suburb. Technical museum of Brno has relatively good position nearby the Technology park, but currently not using much of the potential. This project adsresses these posibilities and propose a urban solution for enrichment of the museum to become a full-blown place IN THE CITY, a place for meeting, passing through and stopping by.
Conversion of dormitory to hostel and new design of hotel, Tomioka Silk Mill, Japan
Brezovský, Jindřich ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Diploma thesis called “CONVERSION OF DORMITORY TO HOSTEL AND NEW DESIGN OF HOTEL, TOMIOKA SILK MILL JAPAN“ was elaborated according to the regulations in the form of architectural study. The topics of this thesis were two variants of possible conversion of accommodation for workwomen (dormitory). The partial assignment comprised solution to the arrangement of greenery in the atrium of the dormitory, and revitalization of plateau. The building is located in the premise of a former silk mill in the city Tomioka in the Gunma prefecture on the Honshu island in Japan. The conversion of the building for the novel purpose required replenishment of necessary facilities, and some building interventions to assure operation of the hostel. In both variants, partial adjustment of the original building was needed. However, all changes had to maintain proportions and volume of the building not to compromise the original concept of whole premise as well as the skyline of the city. The adjustments of the original building of dormitory consisted of a completion of the entrance portal including a foyer, and a reception with the base of operation. Large glass areas in combination with exposed concrete were used as construction materials. These materials were selected so that the new structures (monolithic ferroconcrete) are clearly distinguishable from original ones (wood). The Internal atrium was designed in the style of modern japan garden with various types of surfaces (vegetation – moss; mineral – gravel and stones). Variant 1 – the new constructions of the two facility buildings. Building A is washroom building, and building B is catering building with toilets. The volumes of individual objects were formed by simple prisms rotated by 30° a 60° against axis of dormitory. These volumes complied with dimensions of the original building. The building A protruded on the edge of the slope, and it was paneled with glass plates. The building B was glassed-in from the south, while the northern side was constructed from exposed concrete in a compact way. The building A was divided to two symmetric parts by a central wall for both structural and functional purposes. At the end of the building, there was an ofuro (swimming pool) providing views of the surrounding mountains. Typological solution of the building B included separate toilets with a mixed washroom, which were located in the northern part of the building. In the southern part, the space for catering was divided to an operational space, and a space for visitors by a dispensing counter. The building A was from reinforced concrete and was founded on the base plate. The central wall represented the main load-bearing structural element that prevents transverse breakage. The central wall was anchored into the ground with piles. The building B was also from reinforced concrete and was based on the strip foundations. Variant 2 – the extension was formed as a simple prism that complied with the rectangular system of the premise and dimensions of the original dormitory building. Employed materials of the new constructions were concrete and glass similarly to the other new extensions. To ensure intimate environment, the glass part of a façade was enclosed by a bamboo fence. This space was also used as a viewable green garden. The building was typologically divided to the parts for women and men. Both parts were equipped with ofuro. The building was monolithic ferroconcrete skeleton based on the footings.
Zatloukalová, Denisa ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
There is a large number of localities in Prague that have lost their industrial glory or transport signifi cance. Today, these areas remain unused and turn into neglected scars on the city´s face. 1466 hectares of such territories exist now in Prague. Their transformation and limitation of the city´s expansion is one of the main goals of the new Prague´s Metropolitan Plan. And the solution to the transformation of the former ČKD is the subject of this thesis. Conditions for the revitalization of the territory of the former ČKD are embedded in the zoning plan for the Prague´s district Vysočany, in the new Metropolitan Plan and the new development projects in surrounding play its role too. The aim of the chapter is to evaluate the existing land situation, its use with respect to the new Metropolitan Plan and conceptual renewal of the postindustrial territory of Vysočany district. The thesis presents a possible example of the creation of a new urban district, which offers housing, modern offices, sports and all amenities. Modern architecture of high-rise buildings is complemented by quality solutions of public spaces, green streets and parks.
Urban Study of conversion of Tomioka Silk Mill, Japan
Havlík, Jan ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The Tomioka Silk Mill, an extraordinary industrial heritage in the Prefecture of Gunma on the Honshu island, is waiting to be included to the List of Unesco (nowadays is only on the List Tentative). Former factory, documenting the integration of French technology and Japonese architecture, was realised on the principle of classical factory zoning. The conversion of the mill, aiming at multiple-municipal functions, is reflected in a new urbanistic conception of the area in the municipal context. The project proposes and checks functional zones for users and sightseeing routes for turists. The part of that is evaluating the potential of the mill objects, of the landscape of the mill and of the functional municipal relations.

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