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Cultural Center Brno
Pitáková, Martina ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
Earlier study in the subject AG33 gave form to the following bachelor’s thesis which further develops the study into the level of Building permit documentation and Documentation for execution of the project. The theme of this work is Cultural center Brno. Designed building is situated in the center part of the city of Brno. Building site is surrounded from the south by a hill with a castle Spilberk and from the north by the Udolni Street in a context with a park Obilni trh on the other side of this street. This building is designed as a cultural center with many leisure activities for people of any age, including: making of art, education, sport and self-growth development. The main idea was to create a public space for people, where they could get together at any time and hang out, get cultural education or play a sport and at the same time take a little break from the rush of life. This single-storey building takes a U-shape a thanks to the arrangement of all parts – naturally creates space for public. There is also a green roof which expands living area of cultural life.
Teaching-space paradigm
Behro, Daniel ; Maršíková, Hana (referee) ; Sládeček, Svatopluk (advisor)
What should the current area of higher education be like? And what should be the space for creative work? Is the type of teaching reflected in the school building itself? I wonder if, for example, the Faculty of Social Studies would be made up only of social spaces? If the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering were to look like a hall for the production of automotive components, what would the Faculty of Legal Studies look like? And what about the Faculty of Architecture? Does the appearance and quality of the building determine the appearance of the projects created there? Does its structure affect the next generation of architects? Or should it be as clean and white as canvas before the first stroke of the brush is projected on it? I deal with both assumptions: the building as a pure paper, which gives freedom for creativity and does not limit the mind, and on the other hand, matter, structure, space, which shows what architecture can do. I prefer freedom of choice, which is why I want to describe both approaches in the proposal. Open-space free layout versus firmly defined closed studios. Artistic space, free versus technically and rationally defined space. Virtual space versus space of unchanging matter.
Childern´s Sanatorium Ostrov u Macochy
Mezník, Lukáš ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the design of a new building for a children's sanatorium with speleotherapy in Ostrov u Macochy. Site is located in the valuable landscape of the Moravský kras nearby Císařská jeskyně, which is used in the healing process. The sloping plot is oriented to the southeast and offers optimal sun conditions. The designed building enters the existing terrain with respect and uses its natural slope. The sanatorium has three receding floors, their green roofs smoothly merge into the terrain. The building includes all required facilities - clinic, education, catering, speleology locker room, accommodation, administration, technical facilities, club rooms and games rooms. The construction system of the building is a combined brick and monolithic skeleton. The basic idea was playfulness and dynamism, simplicity of shapes, easy orientation in space and a terraced solution with ecological aspects of the design.
Teaching-space paradigm
Kolomazníková, Pavla ; Vojtíšek, Jan (referee) ; Rozwalka, Szymon (advisor)
The main task of the project is moving the faculty of architecture to other place because of inconvnient requirements for the future education of students. The new Faculty tries to create a new space for students, which can offer them different types of communication, enough flexibility,, diversity of the space itself it gives them an opportunity to become the real part of the space.
Kindergarten in Kosov, district Šumperk
Bílková, Andrea ; Semrád, Antonín (referee) ; Štěpánek, Ladislav (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the processing of project documentation for two storey, cellular basement kindergarten in Kosov. The object is designed slightly sloping terrain. The entrance to the building is from the north side. Terrace with access to the garden is in the southern part. The street façade has color images. The operation consists of 3 departments, a multipurpose hall, an operating section and a part of teachers.
School of Art Brno
Scholzová, Simona ; ing.arch. Lukáš Ležatka, Ph.D (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Sobotka, Jindřich (advisor)
Based on the study, developed in the course of the AG32 second year, is compiled following thesis that the study further expands into the stage of documentation for building permits and documentation for the execution of the project. The central theme is Art School in Brno, the construction site was entered on Kraví Hora in Brno Veveří. In the vicinity of the area is a park on Kraví Hora, Observatory and Planetarium in Brno, swimming pool Kraví Hora, allotments adjacent to the north and east sides of buildings and tennis, baseball and tennis halls at the southern boundary. The land is sloping, which had the effect of rendering the building. The idea was to create a building for the wider public offering leisure activities in the arts. The concept became a sector of a circle with the same center, surrounding amphitheater with a stage and incorporated into the existing terrain. The result was a two-storey building with a spacious terrace. The facade is patterned wooden slats supported by a contrasting dark gray facade in combination with glass surfaces. The public space around the school has landscaping. The school then becomes part of a large park open to the public amphitheater seating. The building has cultural and educational function, associated with the commercial function, which represents a cafe and leasable hall. The overall look with an organic, but also rational impression.
Kozubová, Markéta ; Vlček Ličková, Nina (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
Today is the parish used only occasionally, and especially in summer, when there held a children's summer camp and during the rectory used by the municipality for several local events - Children's Day, the burning of witches and the very popular local pig butcher called. Town swine. Generally speaking, the parish is rather unexplored, which corresponds very poor technical condition of the building. Draft accepts the existing use of the parish and further expanded. Potential parish is large and it is necessary to use it. New feature parsonage combines several options to use, so that the parish could adapt current demand and that was sustainable. There is a use for the local and the general public that there will be a meeting. It can not easily determine which usage is dominant because they complement each other. Fara will serve as educational, environmental, cultural, sports and leisure center. Will focus on school trips, camps, but also for families with children, young, single or elderly. For everyone here finds the program. The training is aimed at growing their own vegetables and fruit and its subsequent processing in the kitchen. Subsequently, these can be grown raw materials directly used for teaching practice in the kitchen, where there will be lessons focused primarily on healthy and balanced cuisine. Lecture Hall may fold to lecture on the organic way of life, among other rectory also offers art workshops. For residents Heraltice has itself parish also use, especially for the annual traditional revelries are created special spaces. They can also use the multi-purpose hall for cultural and social events or sports. Local resident, then they can use a training kitchen to pass on their culinary skills of younger vintages, or simply use the kitchen for your own culinary ring. There are two buildings (barn and the parish) of the same archetype - rectangular in plan, low-floor and high hipped roof. One object is at the beginning and the other at the end of the plot. As a volume counter these proportions suggest the mass of the two objects with the same volume and proportions. The proposal several times, the principle of inserting new material into existing environments so as to minimize interfering with the existing structures. Inside the parish because of this principle remain visible beautiful areas with arches and paintings. Most of this principle is used in the inserted accommodation of cells into the interior of the existing barns. In the barn is maintained only a roof portion and supporting walled columns, between which is inserted prefabricated cell. Another compositional principle is the completion of an economic object which shape and mass builds on the existing adjacent building at the property plot.
Training centre Brno
Holohlavský, David ; Pobořil, Lukáš (referee) ; Petříček, Tomáš (advisor)
This master's thesis describes the design of new object of training centre on the outskirts of the city of Brno. The new building is situated in sloping terrain. The building has two floors and no basement. Roofing is solved by single-flat extensive green roof. The purpose of master’s thesis is to design a building for education part which also includes accommodation for visitors. There are two entrances lead to the object and it is accessible from the eastern and western boundary of the property. The whole building was designed accessible for people with reduced mobility and orientation.
Proposal of Communication Mix of the University Ice Hockey Club
Vojáček, Filip ; Rucki, Kristýna (referee) ; Milichovský, František (advisor)
The main objective of this thesis are proposals to improve the communication mix of college hockey club Cavaliers Brno based on analysis and evaluation of current communication mix of the organization. The theoretical part describes the theoretical background associated with that issues. The second part focuses on the characteristics of the company, SWOT analysis and especially current communication mix, which covers the last part of the work developed proposals to improving the current situation.
Primary Architecture / School for Third World
Vepřková, Adéla ; Vacek, Petr (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
Unrest has been going on in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of Congo for several years. People live in refugee camps or temporary shelters, and children do not attend school for several years. Now it seems that the situation is calming down, so there could be an opportunity for change. The aim of the work is to design a school for Buleosa village in a cooperation with the local ranger Alain Hamisi Mitondo, with whom I have been communicated during the course. The school project is supported by Buleosa‘s management and locals. Everyone in the community should be involved in the construction, because above all they should benefit from the school. I know that it is not possible to build a European-type building here, but rather to combine knowledge of these two worlds with the use of local materials. The simplicity of such a project is fundamental, because it will involve more different people, even without the slightest experience.

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