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Vila - apartment house
Selivorstov, Pavlo ; Klimecký, Martin (referee) ; Gerö, Jiří (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis follows up on the studio assignment from the second year of the bachelor's study. This is a villa building in the Brno-Líšeň district. The plot is located on its outskirts near the Marian Valley. During the design, it was necessary to take into account the specific northern slope of the plot, and therefore make the most of a small amount of natural light. The location of the villa completed the corner of Ondráčková Street with Zlámanky Street. The proposed building contains three floors. Parking is provided outdoors on a paved area. The proposal contains the Documentation for the construction and the Documentation for the building permit. Viladům contains a total of thirteen housing units. Ten units are flats 3 + kk and three 1 + kk. These can also serve as an apartment or studio. The villas are designed from the Porotherm system, supplemented by reinforced concrete structures. The material solution is very simple and clean. The facade has white plaster, windows wooden shutters that open horizontally. The slope of the land is used for roads and a garden, which is located in the southern part of the land, where the stairs lead. The aim of the work was to design modern housing on the outskirts of Brno-Líšeň.
The new town hall of the city of Brno
Cinklová, Sára ; Obrtlík,, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is a design of the new Brno town hall. This project is based on the architectural study which was carried out within the course AG032 Ateliér architektonické tvorby II and is extended by the building permit documentation and the building implementation documentation. The area of interest is located in the Město-Brno district, between the Benešova and Koliště street. It is an office building with commercial units. It is a seven floor building with two underground floors. Underground floors are primarily used for parking. Part of the first floor is dedicated to rentable commercial units. The rest of the building is used as a municipality. The first two floors are accessible to the public. In the remaining floors are offices with limited public access. Individual departments are separated by floors or defined by the floor plan. The number of offices and their sizes are adjusted to the tectonic plan.
Possibility of using EMW radiation for killing biotic pests
Gintar, Jan ; Klečka,, Tomáš (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The remediation of building elements and structures in terms of moisture and sterilization (inactivation) of biotic pests is dealt with quite often in construction practice and in the construction industry itself, and is thus a topical issue. The issue is dealt with by specialized companies that know the use of available technology on the market, or are themselves involved in the development and improvement of these devices. Several methods are known for the removal of moisture and sterilization of biotic pests, with sufficiently high-quality data on the technology used, the suitability of the equipment used, a more detailed description of the application of the methods themselves and the results themselves. The methods themselves, for removing moisture and eliminating (inactivating) biotic pests, must be chosen according to individual requirements, as some methods will be more appropriate (more effective) and some less suitable. For the practice itself, however, it is important that the methods are sufficiently effective and at the same time available to the wider public (their economic side). In my dissertation thesis I focus on the potential of EMW radiation utilization not only for liquidation of biotic pests (fungi, fungi, wood decaying insects), but also elimination or reduction of necessary conditions for survival or development of these biotic pests. Therefore, my work also focuses on the presence of moisture, because moisture is a common factor in the vast majority of problems associated with the occurrence of biotic pests. Due to its intensity, it is one of the less time-consuming method and therefore a more cost-effective (economically) method. The research I conducted at VUT FAST focused on the use of microwave radiation in the control of biotic pests, under conditions that are close to those on real constructions. The use of a microwave method to eliminate biotic pests and at the same time to remove moisture has proved to be advantageous.
Eliška Přemyslovna Kindergarten
Herůdek, Pavel ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of my diploma thesis is a design of new kindergarten and elaboration of documentation for the construction. The building is situated in the southwestern suburb of Brno, in the district Brno-Starý Lískovec district. The building is set in a slightly sloping terrain. The building has two floors and and basement, created by partial basement of the building. The building is characterized with two wings designed at right angles and a decent coloured facade. The building contains two kindergarten classrooms with a capacity of 48 children with operational facilities, a rentable part for public, the administrative of the school and a technical facilities of the building. The first floor contains two separate kindergarten classes, each with 24 children, teacher's cabinet, toy storage room and a kitchen. The kitchen is designed without food preparation, with a food delivery company. Each kindergarten class has its own entrance. On the second floor is a rentable space containing a classroom, workshop, lounge and terrace. There are also an isolation room, a gym for children and a head master's office. The building is designed to a low energy standard, definated by near zero heat energy building (nzeb) standarts. There is established a wheelchair access to the building, A lift is proposed in the building. The structural design is proposed as a ceramic block wall with contact insulation system. The vertical strucutres are made of reinforced concrete cast-in-place ceiling. The building is based on concrete foundation and is covered by a single-skin, flat roof with a layer of extensive flora.
Lazaretní office building
Panáková, Eliška ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design of an office building and the processing of project documentation for the construction. The office building is located in the Židenice in Brno, next to the Brno Židenice train station. This is a detached partly basement four-storey building with a flat roof. The underground floor serves primarily as a collective garage for 25 vehicles including parking spaces in the local stacking system. On the ground floor of the building there are three rentable spaces for retail with storage facilities and sanitary facilities for employees. The other of the building is used for administrative purposes. On the second above ground floor there are cell offices, on the third and fourth floors above ground the office spaces are rather as a open space. The construction system of the building is frameral with infill masonry made of ceramic fittings, the foundations are made of reinforced concrete slab and walls made of waterproof concrete. The foundations under the non-basement part are made of reinforced concrete foundation footing. Next to the office building, there are also eight parking spaces for shop visitors.
Apartment Building in Sadova
Pastorková, Michaela ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the elaboration of project documentation for the construction of an apartment building. The building is located in the cadastral unit of Sadová, Brna town. The apartment building has four floors, a full basement with a flat green roof. On the upper floor there are 14 residential units and in the basement there is a common room, a bicycle shed / carriage house and a cellar. The construction of the building is a wall system. Perimeter basement walls are made of reinforced concrete. The load-bearing masonry in the above-ground floors is made of YTONG aerated concrete blocks, the non-load-bearing masonry consists of Silka acoustic lime-sand blocks. The building is designed to be insulated with an ETICS contact facade made of Multipor mineral thermal insulation boards. The ceiling structure is designed as a reinforced concrete ceiling slab. The staircase is also designed as a reinforced concrete monolithic structure. The roof of the building consists of a green flat roof Urbanscape.
Apartment Building
Jakubík, Martin ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals a project for realization of aparment building in Trenčín. Object is designed near centrum of Trenčín, sited on narrow land in built-up part of Partizanska street. Apartment building is designed to preserve street line and satisfied zoning plan. First above-ground floor is able to drive througt to parking which is at the back of land, where is parking for inhibitants. Also in first basement and above ground floor are parking places. Basement is accessible through a ramp. Object has 5 above-ground floors where is placed 12 flats. Vertical transportation is able by stairs and elevator which are in stiffening core. Object is designed as elongated skeleton. Basement is designed as white bath.
Apartment Building in Žďár nad Sázavou
Fiala, Jakub ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
Goal of this bachelor thesis is creation of a project documentation of an apartment building in Žďár nad Sázavou. Chosen location is in a newly constructed side of the city called Starý dvůr nearby the city center. The area is appointed for housing. This apartment building is designed with one underground floor and four regular floors. The foundation is made of concrete strips. The traverse wall system is composed of brick blocks and the ceiling is made from reinforced concrete. The ventilated facade is insulated with the ETICS system. The roof is designed as a single-layer extensive green flat roof. In the cellar a technical room and storage cubicles are located. A barrier free entrance to the first ground is from the parking lot in the northern side of the building. There are overall ten apartments. Most of the apartments comprise balcony or terrace. Around the building is designed roomy garden with a gazebo and kids playground.
Apartment Building
Čermák, Radek ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor’s thesis is the elaboration of a project for the construction of a new apartment building with almost zero energy consumption. The apartment building is placed at a nonurban area of the village Němčany, on parcel number 2354/1. Altogether it has a shape of a prism, however in the frontage, each apartment has its own terrace, balcony, or loggia, which disrupt this shape. The whole object has 4 above ground floors and 1 underground floor. In the basement, there is a utility room, a common room, and cellars. On the first floor there are 4 residential units, a bicycle and carriage room, a cleaning room, and a room for batteries. There are 5 residential units on the second and third floor and 2 vast apartments on the fourth floor. Housing units are designed for 2-8 people, a total amount of up to 54 people can be accommodated here. The whole building is covered by green warm flat roof with a classic order of layers. Regarding the shape and dispositions, the vertical load-bearing structures are made of ceramic blocks THERM, the horizontal load-bearing structures and the perimeter walls in the basement are made of reinforced concrete. The whole building is based on plain concrete foundation strips. The perimeter walls are contact insulated with the ETICS system using facade polystyrene and plastered with snowy white, anthracite and red facade plaster.
Apartment building
Bílek, Zdeněk ; Nespěšný, Ondřej (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the elaboration of the project documentation of an apartment building in Vyškov. The building has four floors above and one underground floor. The building has thirteen housing units. Each of the apartments on the fourth floor has its own terrace. The floors from the basement to the fourth floor are connected by a staircase and an elevator shaft. In the basement there is a cellar, bicycle shed and warehouse. There are twenty-one parking spaces on the plot, twenty of which are common and one for people with reduced mobility and orientation. The vertical load-bearing walls of the above-ground part are made of aerated concrete fittings. The underground part of the building is solved by lost formwork. Horizontal load-bearing structures are prefamonolithic. The roof is flat single skin.

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