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Inovative centre STU Bratislava
Dolníková, Denisa ; Klimecký, Martin (referee) ; Gerö, Jiří (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is the design of the STU Innovation Center in Bratislava. The project is based on the architectural study of the subject AG033-Atelier of architectural creation 3 and the construction study of the subject AG036 Complex project. The area of the inner block is currently visually chaotic and underutilized. The goal of the design is to create a valuable space for students, employees and the public on the campus and therefore make it more accessible to the wider community. An essential part was the connection of the inner block with the surrounding environment. The designed building contains three above-ground floors and underground garages. The mass of the object can be divided into two parts - the part with heavy laboratories and above-ground laboratories, which is rectangular and the other slanting part with spaces for students and public. The first and second above-ground floors contain an open gallery and multi-purpose spaces. The open and airy space, not only adds the representativeness of the whole design but also provides an opportunity for short-term rest. The third above-ground floor is mainly designated to accomodate start-up offices and the rectorate. The external appearance of the object is designed with clean and simple lines in mind. The glazed parts of the building are shielded with a white aluminum perforated sheetmetal. Other parts of the facade are covered in smooth white plaster. The entire expression of the object is therefore characterized by the timelessness that the Innovation Center demands. The surroundings of the building are functionally designed for the rest and free movement of students. There is plenty of greenery and places for rest, or various events of STU faculties.