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The new synagogue in Frýdek-Místek
Hanousek, Ondřej ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The thesis deals with a hypothetical project of a new building complex of a synagogue, a kosher restaurant and a community centre at the location of the former synagogue in Frýdek. The proposal includes a memorial of the destroyed synagogue and Jewish community, as well as the incorporation of the complex into the urban structure of the city. The project proposes a building distributed into three volumes. The restaurant and community centre are connected by an underground garage within a U-shaped floor plan. The buildings are axially symmetrical, white, with expressive rhythmical perforations of the facade. They surround the building of the synagogue in the shape of a seven-sided pyramid, which is clad with blue tempered steel and creates a strong contrast with the associated buildings. The whole complex is oriented towards the park and the chateau in Frýdek, from which it is clearly visible and thanks to its distinct volumetric and material expression and axially symmetrical composition creates a new landmark for the city.
The Multifunctional building in Brno Zidenice
Hanousek, Ondřej ; ing.arch. Lukáš Ležatka, Ph.D (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Sedláková, Markéta (advisor)
This thesis deals with the construction of two multifunctional houses in the district Židenice in Brno. The existing unsuitable one-story residential building will be completely replaced. The dominant feature of the place is a chapel, located right in the middle of the crossing of the streets Nezamyslova and Táborská. The proposed buildings are connected both construction-wise and functionally by an underground parking lot spanning the area below both buildings and between them. Both objects react with the height to the mean number of stories of the streets on whose ends they are located, and they increment them by one, as more intensive city density is expected in the district in the future. The northern building has four, the southern three stories. This difference is emphasized but harmonized at the same time by the skewing of both buildings under the same, but opposite angle. This creates perfectly sunlit terraces at the southern facade of the northern building, while the southern building increases the area of its floor plan with height. The twelve appartment units in the northern building all have their own balconies, with extra acces to the communal exntensive green roofs. In the southern building, there are two duplex flats with access to their respective section of the roof by their own staircase. The additional functions apart from housing are a small administrative unit, two rentable commercial spaces and a café located in the lucrative street crossing. Together with the proposed trees, the buildings create a „canvas“ for the chapel, which allows it to become the true dominant element of the street and the vicinity.
The Remembrance of the Town of Jindřichův Hradec 1918 - 1948
HANOUSEK, Ondřej
The concept of the remembrance of the town history, which was elaborated on by Andreas Huyssen based on Pierre Nora's notion of location memories (lieux de mémoire) refers to a shared symbolic world through which participants and institutions endeavour to preserve material traces which refer to the town's history and its identity. This methodological approach is the basis of the presented thesis, in which changes of representation of memories of Jindřichův Hradec in the era of 1918-1948 are recorded via research of historical sources. The subjects of observation are places associated with political manifestations and social events, historical objects (chateau-castle complex, narrow-gauge track), museums, historic monuments and memorials, but also significant enterprises (Fruta, Jiholen and Lada). The thesis focuses on the presentation of the town through tourist guide pamphlets as well as the local press.
Memoirs in the work of Pavel Kohout
HANOUSEK, Ondřej
This final work deals with an interpretation of commemorative texts of Pavel Kohout in which the author reflects historical moments and his place in it. From the point of methodology this work is inspired by theory of fictional worlds, therefore, it will also focus on the relation of fictional and nonfictional universe. The focus will also be placed on crucial periods of author´s life, especially the time of totalitarian communistic regime, including transformations of ideal world of Pavel Kohout.

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