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Residential Complex in Brno - Komín
Koťová, Marie ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
Residential complex is designed as a semi-enclosed space that opens up into open country. Therefore, efforts were made to ensure that all houses sensitively set into the terrain and the surface was made from natural materials. Functional content of the file is composed primarily of net living space. Objects consist of apartments and ancillary spaces such as garages, utility rooms, bicycle room, rooms for pram and a cellar.
The Gallery of Brno Grand Prix
Ježková, Tereza ; Boleslavská, Yvona (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
The main purpose of the diploma project is to redesign an object of the Brno Grand Prix areal. The design case study is a second step after an urban project analyses created in the pre - diploma project phase. The main aim of the diploma design studio is to produce a new impulse in the whole nearby area of the Brno Grand Prix by finding a new purpose for the city's iconic areal and creating a decent and representative place for exhibition of the extensive history of Czechoslovak Motor sport.
Village- people and country
Maťaťa, Tomáš ; Chuděj, Tomáš (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
Agriculture in Slovakia has historically gone through many stages of development. In the past, it was the main livelihood strategy for rural populations, where it reinforced social bonds and cooperation. Socialistic collectivization and the creation of Common agricultural cooperatives (JRDs) represented a violent transition that did not respect the historical and cultural traditions and their development. They resulted in rural populations losing their connection with the soil and marked the beginning of the deterioration of Slovak agriculture and depopulation of rural areas. JRDs were thus a massive blow for the character of Slovak countryside. Natural and climate conditions had been until that time the main factors shaping the architecture, which was therefore specific to every region. After JRDs’ arrival, outbuildings of family farms were slowly replaced with uniform large-scale structures. With the scale of these buildings not matching the surrounding environment and context, the aesthetic and residential value of rural areas was distorted. After the fall of the communist regime in Czechoslovakia and the incipient restitutions that followed, the intended revival of bonds between people and their soil never materialized. “Cooperatives” became companies struggling for survival in the now open market and farmers remained their employees. The importance of the countryside has risen in terms of its residential value, but severely deteriorated in the economic sense. Traditions surviving with the original rural populations mix with new modern elements of the in-migrating urban populations. A number of these cooperatives have gone bankrupt, with their premises abandoned, neglected and becoming derelict. Others have survived only to see most of their agricultural productivity decline relative to competition, which, too, resulted in many of their buildings being unutilized and neglected. Since these JRDs used to be part of the majority of villages, with 2759 rural settlements in Slovakia, their number is bound to be very high. They have left a deep imprint in the countryside which occupies soil and hinders the villages in their development. Is it therefore necessary for every village to have their own cooperative, if they tend to be either abandoned or utilized only partially? Transformation of this space into an area serving locals, supporting reinforcement of their social bonds and bonds with the village itself. Opening up former cooperatives for the rural populations.
The Castle Area Břeclav
Bažík, Lenka ; Chuděj, Tomáš (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
It is important to consider broader context to create a concept for a chateau complex in Breclav - within the region and mainly engaging in Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape (LVA). Buildings of LVA are a heritage of Lichtenstein as well as the chateau complex in Breclav. Breclav is also referred to as the gateway to the Lednice-Valtice area. Lednice-Valtice area has been from its beginning a place for recreation and entertainment and that is the concept of what it should be nowadays. Partly the buildings of LVA are used for various cultural events - concerts (Lednice), educational programs (Pohansko) and exhibitions (Valtice). However there are mostly only tours of the interiors and only seasonally. To fulfil the potential of the area it would be appropriate to join all of the buildings in one program that will support the current events and complement with other functions. I propose to use the chateau complex in Breclav as a cultural and recreational centre with outreach to the LVA. Breclav would complete the triangle with other centres in Lednice and Valtice.
Architecture and sightless
Luciaková, Katarína ; Petelen, Ivan (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Ing.Petr Karásek (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
This thesis explores the relationship between architecture and the blind people. For better clarity and understanding of the topic, The work has been divided into five distinctive parts. In the first, introduction part, I approach space sensation of a blind person from the physiological and psychological angle. This analysis is very important for the understanding of imagination, which the blind person has. Another important fact to understand is the way in which the blind person gets the information about the space and what is his ability to process it. Further, I explain the basic principles of the blind person’s movement through space and describe instructions of how to help blind people in the concrete spatial situations. In the next part, I give a short information about the historical progress of the relation between the society and the blind people. An important fact is that, as late as 200 years ago, the blind people were considered as “sub men” and did not have the full freedom privilege. This relation has been modified over time and nowadays, the blind people have the freedom of movement and all the rights to enjoy their lives. To meet the needs of the blind people, many associations have been created that act on their behalf. The associations have different modes of functioning, but their common goal is to help blind people with their social rehabilitation, looking for employment and removing architectural barriers. The core of my work is divided into two parts. In the first one, I focus on the problematic of the blind people and architecture from the functional aspect. The functional aspect is vital for the blind people. It corresponds to their safety in the environment. In this chapter, I treat in detail basic elements for designing buildings, for specifying barriers and principles of design for blind people. Furthermore, I describe the help tools the blind people need in order to move in the space. I evaluate the future of these tools and indicate the rapid technological progression which makes the life of blind people more comfortable. In the next part, I focus on the problematic of the blind people and architecture from the aesthetic aspect. This question has not been much explored yet, but is, nonetheless, very important. In this part of my work, I use more my personal experience and the knowledge coming from the exploration of space. Aesthetical values are subjective for all the people, with or without a handicap. Therefore, in this final chapter, I try to note the facts that can be used in the process of the aesthetical perception and to reflect on them. In the domain of aesthetical research, there also exist tools and institutions that help blind people in their comprehension of architecture. The division of my work emerged from the compilation of diverse facts in the process of writing. This thesis has an informative and practical character. It is intended for people who want to understand and to be informed about how to design architecture for the blind people. It will be directed towards people who build this kind of architecture and need an overview of how to make it. It is also intended for people interested in learning more about architecture.
The Gallery of Brno Grand Prix
Sikora, Zbigniew ; Boleslavská, Yvona (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
The main task of this thesis was to create an architectural study of The Gallery of Brno Grand Prix based on previous urban study from previous semester works. The proposal is focused on the iconic circuit’s former glory restoration, on providing new content for raceway complex and creating decent and presentable place for the presentation of the rich history of Czech and Czechoslovak motorsport. The result is a study of an object that meets these needs while respecting the historical and morphological values of the place. The building creates new themed attraction and creates the potential for further development of near circuit.
Architectural Proposal of Building for Sporting and Cultural Activities next to Brno Dam (Area of Sokolské Open Air Pool)
Dupkalová, Tereza ; Boleslavská, Yvona (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
Architectural Proposal of Building for Sporting and Cultural Activities next to Brno Dam (Area of Sokolské Open Air Pool). Frequently visited site on the left bank of the dam, near the local part of the Brno-Kniničky. The basic task was to reach a solution for the recovery of the area in terms of aesthetics and environmental efficiency for use by the general public.
Architectural Proposal of Building in Area of Air Port Brno Medlánky
Otto, Karel ; Matoušková, Petra (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
Project presents the vision of the new Medlánky airport infrastructure, which is nowadays uncared, confused and without any possibility of expansion. The intention is create clear and well-arranged extensible structure. Safety of aircraft operations is the highest priority. New airport infrastructure should provide quality facilities for club members and pleasant surroundings for visitors. Every building has to declare its function on the first sight. Shapes and material solutions of primary buildings are inspired by aircrafts. Service buildings are low, flat and orthogonal. Simplicity is important, because aircrafts – machines have star part.
Residential Complex in Brno - Komín
Šónová, Marcela ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The building was designed according to needs and limits of this location, that it responds to. Its functional content, shape and orientation all respect surrounding conditions. The shape of the object reacts on changing terrain and oriantation to the cardinal. The design offers living areas, an equipment for residents and plenty of recreation space. The complex tries to preserve local natural environment how it is possible and it was designed according to principles of sustainable development.

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