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Family house in Havlíčkův Brod
Vojíř, Ondřej ; Bartoš, Tomáš (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The theme of bachelor´s thesis is a family house for family of four in Havlíčkův Brod. Object is designed as a two-floor, partial basement, T-shaped, roof above the second deck is a aisle. In the basement there is a garage for one car, laundry, utility room a store room. On the ground floor there is a vestibule, cloackroom, bathroom, kitchen, dining room, living room and conservatory. In the living room and conservatory there is free entry into the garden. In the sekond floor is bedroom, two bedrooms for children, workroom, toilet and bathroom. In the bedroom for children there is free entry into the outdoor terrace. The vertical brickwork is formed by concrete blocks LIATHERM 425 247x425X240 mm in a basement. The vertical brickwork is formed by concrete blocks LIATHERM 425 247x425x240 mm in ground floor a second floor. The horizontal structure is made up of ceiling panels. Roofing is designed concrete Bramac.
Family house in Myjava
Mizerák, Maroš ; Kalužová, Alena (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The theme of bachelor´s thesis is new-building family house in Myjava. In the house is one living room on the first floor and four are in the second floor. The building is set in sloping terrain. It has two floors and one underground floor. Second floor is solved in the attic. It is a brick building, which is the system POROTHERM with a combination of BTB fittings in the basement. Roofing is solved by gabled roof with a pitch 32° and 37°.
Family house in Chorvátský Grob
Puschenreiterová, Kristína ; Pospíšil, Tomáš (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
Bachelor thesis contains project documentation of a two storey family house with a partial basement. It is a detached house situated in a residential area in Chorvatsky Grob. This family house is designed for four people. The layout is of an irregular shape which resembles the letter ‚L‘. The ground floor and the first floor are connected with an inner rounded U-shaped staircase. In the basement there is a hall which leads to a storage room, a workshop room, a laundry, and to a gym with a separate bathroom. On the ground floor there is a hall, an entrance to the garage, a bathroom, a guest bedroom, a kitchen and a dining, and a living room. Furthermore, there are two outside terraces, which connect the garden with the house. Both terraces can be accessed from the living room. One of them is accessible from the guest room, the other one from the kitchen. On the first floor there are two children‘s bedrooms which lead to the winter garden. There is also an office, a bathroom and a master suite with a dressing room. The gabled roof is constructed under a 40° angle copying the layout of the house. It also has got two dormers. The outer roof is made of concrete Tondach tiles. Basement perimeter walls are made of formwork Prescot Max blocks (250x400x500mm). Floor perimeter walls are made of concrete Ytong Theta blocks (1,8-300 499x249x300mm). The vertical interior load-bearing walls are made of concrete Ytong blocks (P2-400 300x249x599mm). The vertical interior non-load-bearing walls are made of concrete Ytong blocks (P2-400 300x249x599mm). The ceiling constructions are made of traditional ceiling beams desgined by Ytong. Our ceiling is formed by various Ytong beams and inserts (P4-500 599x200x249mm).
Leisure Time Centre Brno
Peterka, Jiří ; Fišer, Jiří (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is a design of a leisure time centre. The intended location in Brno – Nový Lískovec adjoins optically interconnected tower blocks and group terrace houses on three of its sides. Additionally, there are walkways going through the site that connect the surrounding buildings. The centre should deliver the activity necessary for a fulfilling life similarly as the heart delivers blood in a human body. The heartbeat curve has therefore been an inspiration for the design of the edifice as is apparent from the dynamic edges of sloping roofs. During the design process I tried to link the centre to the existing walkways, integrate it as well as possible into the terrain and make sure that no view from the surrounding buildings is disrupted. This is why the two-floor design with angular roofs was chosen. The first floor verges into the second one where there is maximum super-elevation of the original terrain thus minimizing the need for grading. Piet Mondrian’s paintings have been an inspiration for the texture of the façade. Construction-wise, the building is designed as a ventilated one and its walls are covered with cement fibre panels (Cembonit FDA) in white and in two shades of grey. The panels are 0.5 m wide and tall according to individual levels of the edifice. This way I managed to unify the clean, regular grid of the façade with the windows and the access area.
Leisure Time Centre Brno
Gregorová, Stanislava ; Teplý, Vladimír (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The theme of my bachelor’s thesis is to design a new leisure time centre building in Brno Novy Liskovec. The area is a defined space by street Plachty. The building site is situated in the northern part of the area, surrounded by blocks of flats. The principle of the draft is based on integration of the building into the park in the context of the surrounding buildings. The object corresponds with blocks of flats in its shape and material, it adapts to the surrounding terrain by incorporation into the slope. Typical of the whole building are concrete, cube, simplicity – they can be seen at first floor outside, contrary to the ground floor - it builds into the surrounding terrain by a material of wood. The leisure time centre building is functionally divided into parts: a multifunctional hall, rooms for leisure and café. All these operations are closely related and complement each other. Green roof of the building is designed for people, equipped with benches. Together with the adjustment of the surrounding park it contributes to the creation of public space on the estate.
Brno - damlake
Rehortová, Veronika ; Žalmanová,, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
Multi-purpose building is located in the South creek Brno-damlake. On one side is surrounded by a damlake, from the other side grow greenery. Two stand-alone units (cafe and amphitheater) were connected with ramp, which corresponds to the original paths and brings a new perspective. Continuously straight ramp connects to a cafe and another part goes in the amphitheater. Also, it connects seamlessly with the prospect, which is located above the café. Café just out from the ramp above the water-level, the emphasis is achieved with the logo entry in corten-wall. The kardinality of the amphitheater is suppressed slightly sunken below the water surface. The water surface flows over the edge and has a relaxing effect. The amphitheater is variable and is freely accessible. Building Compact and creates a smooth transition between the damlake and shore.
Brno - damlake
Švantnerová, Jana ; Žalmanová,, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
This bachelor’s thesis deals with a project for a wharf in Brno-Bystrc on the Brno Dam. The space comprises a pier and single-story buildings, specifically, a restaurant, which is open year-round and a building which provides services for visitors: refreshments, public toilets, ticket sales, and facilities for employees. All elements, including access roads and paved areas, are integrated into a U-shaped area which opens onto the dam lake. A substantial difference in height between the access road and the marina allows visitors to enjoy the scenic view as they use the walkway connecting the roofs of the buildings. The same height difference also allows the staircase to function as seating for viewers of seasonal activities taking place on the square below. The urban planning and architectural design take into account the year-round popularity of the area. Both the outer and inner spaces attempt to comply with the requirements that are placed on this space in the organization of social activities such as viewing fireworks or public appearances. The design is also sensitive to visitors of all ages, tourists, cyclists, passengers, or in the winter season, skaters and skiers.
Polyfunction house Křenová
Láníková, Jaroslava ; Boháč, Ivo (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The multifunctional house is a part of the row of buildings lining the Krenova street. This house closes the whole line of buildings, so all the houses together create a functional unit. This multifunctional building is devided into three functional parts – a museum, an administrative part and flats. The centre of the building is used as a relaxing area – the atrium. The principle of the design is based on a simple line of block materials connecting to each other. In the front of the house, which is facing the Krenova street, will be situated the museum. The front facade is made of black and white tiles and decorated by a glass ashlar. A second glass ashlar is situated on the east side of the building – the administrative part. This east side will be visible from the newly planned town cirquit. The area in between this cirquit and the multifunctional house will be made into park and will use as a place for relaxation. The flats are situated into the quiet part of the street Skorepka
Family house in Lukovany
Mrkvicová, Kateřina ; Dvořák, Tomáš (referee) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
Bachelor thesis is focuses on project family house with two-floors in Lukovany. It is a detached house with a partial basement. The building is designed for four people. There is the garage for two cars,the laundry,the boiler room and the store room in the basement. The first elevated floor can be divided into active and passive part. In the passive zone there are two bedrooms for children, the bedroom for parents and a bathroom. This part of the house does not have the basement and this part has a straight roof. In the active zone of the house there are the vestibule, the toilet, the kitchen and the living room. In the living room and kitchen there is free entry into the outdoor terrace. In the second floor there is a study room, a library and a playroom for children. There is also the entry into the roof terrace. The terrace has two parts. One part is the timber terrace and the nother part is the grassed over terrace. The second floor covers the gabled roof with specific lagging noun. The roof coat is made of a ceramic burnt roof bag Tondach. The vertical brickwork is formed by concrete blocks Livetherm SIP-NC P10 400x300x198 mm in the basement. The vertical construction of the elevated part of the house is made of ceramic blocks Porotherm 30 Profi 247x300x249 mm. The horizontal construction is made of the ceiling girders Pot and the ceiling inserts Miako of Porotherm system.
The Differences in selected Students Personality Characteristics of full-time and combined Study
Pěnčík, Jan ; Hiršová, Miloslava (advisor) ; Syrovátka, Oldřich (referee)
The presented thesis deals with the differences in selected characteristic features among full-time and combined students. The theoretical part presents a set of problems related to personality in general, the practical part -- by means of questionnaire investigation -- finds out the existence of these differences; further on the thesis analyses possible impacts on students' study results. Finally, there are formulated particular recommendations for the prevention of possible problems that might occur in this sphere.

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