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Art school in Brno
Smička, Matěj ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
Earlier study in the subject AG32 gave form to the following bachelor’s thesis which further develops the study into the level of Building permit documentation and Documentation for execution of the project. The theme of this work is Art school in Brno. Location Kraví hora, Brno, Veveří was selected as a building site for this theme. The concept was considerably affected by the shape of current terrain, because it is trying to copy the terrain by cascading the arrangement of the buildings. Near the given site, there are private gardens on the North, tennis courts on the South, Building Z of the Faculty of civil enginering on the East and on the West, there is the Observatory and Planetarium located in the public park called Kraví hora. The main idea of this project, was to create masses using geometry - creating three objects - with the shape of circular sectors, which came up by intersecting a few different circles end ellipses. An arrangement of these objects with the amphitheater in the middle realy enhance the cascade terrain. The primary function of the Art school is educational with added secondary cultural-educational function for there is a multifunctional auditorium and an art gallery.
Children, Youth and Adult Leisure Centre
Prachař, Jakub ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis is based on my architectural study which was made in the winter semester of my third year. The subject of my thesis is children, youth and adult leisure centre, which is located in a gap between the apartment building and the gymnasium on Mojmírovo náměstí in Brno-Královo Pole. The building is intended to complement the needs of residents of this city district. Complex contains two buildings (building S01 and S02). Inside you can find large and small multipurpose hall, two music classrooms and 3 normal classrooms. Building S01 has four floors and has two separate operating units - large multipurpose hall and leisure center (class rooms). Building S02 is single-storey and contains small multipurpose hall. The street facade has white plaster that contrasts with the black aluminum construction. This element reflects with the park on Mojmírovo náměstí, but also aims to draw attention to the building and its content. On the roof is a terrace with shelter structure that allows climbing plants to grow up. This will create a small "oasis" on the roof in the middle of the city. In the courtyard is designed space with a fountain, which is located on the axis of a large window in multipurpose hall. An access pavement connecting this yard with Košinova Street on the northeast side of the plot is also designed for the axis.
Mountain family hotel
Kupčoková, Ivana ; Dýr, Petr (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
The Master thesis deal with the design of a recreational object , the type of a mountain family hotel nearby the town of Brezno in middle of Slovakia. The goals will be to design a recreational and sports complex respecting nature and tradition. Mountain family hotel should offer accommodation and the possibility of spending an active holiday for tourists and families with children.
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.
City within City
Menšíková, Kateřina ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the design of a set of residential buildings based on the cohousing principle. The proposed buildings consist of three apartment buildings intended for community housing of three social groups - seniors, students and young families. The design works with varying degrees of privacy and is based on a classic urban block typical for the area. It leaves the public parter as the street character, creating a platform. On the higher floors above the platform, the area is open and allows the greenery to pervade from the opposite side to the courtyard. The opening of the area creates better conditions for housing and also a semi-private space at the level of common floors of community housing. This space is a continuation of a semi-public park, serving as a background for cohousing and kindergarten.
Favorit Brno / cycling stadium - bicross track / architectural study - design / stage 2021/22
Nováková, Lucie ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
The assignment of the diploma thesis is an architectural study of a cycling stadium - velodrome in the Pisárky district in Brno for TJ Favorit Brno. The existing velodrome is located southwest on the edge of the Brno Exhibition Center on Křížovského Street. The Velodrome no longer meets the current requirements of track cycling, but it is historically valuable and has its genius loci. The new 250 m long wooden bike track (together with other parameters of the International Cycling Union) and its associated sports grounds are "inserted" into the existing velodrome, which is modified and reconstructed according to requirements. The grandstands have been preserved. The built-in building with a new track is then completely roofed, creating an enclosed space. As part of the stadium reconstruction, a new facility was also created for TJ Favorit Brno from a modular container system; These are changing rooms for athletes, administrative areas, and facilities for visiting clubs and athletes and IP areas. The container construction system for sports facilities is very practical, economical, fast, environmentally friendly, variable, and flexible to the current requirements of a constantly evolving sport. The Anteroom and ground floor in the southern part of the existing velodrome is equipped with services for the public: a cafe, souvenir shop, cash register, information center, service, and a bicycle and sports equipment store. The new track with grandstands is covered with ETFE foil anchored to new lattice trusses, which are connected to the existing roof.
Restoration of vanished roads and railways connetcting Moravia to Lower Austria
Chlupová, Jana ; Matoušková, Petra (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
The project deals with the restoration of the railway connecting Hevlin and Laa an der Thaya. The renovation of the railway station in Hevlin is divided into individual stages. The first stage consists of conversion of the Art Nouveau expedition building in the museum. In the next stage a platform will be built and adjacent sites will be re-arranged. An important step at this phase is the roof construction for the future expedition building. The roofing will serve for summer cultural events or markets. This new utilization will benefit from free flat space of the platform. The last step is completion of perimeter walls and the building will serve as a railway station. After construction of bridge the railway connection between Hevlin and Laa an der Thaya will be reopened. Another railway between Brno and Vienna will be created as well. The aim of the study is to strengthen relation of neiborougs from South Moravia and LowerAustria.
Between the Landscape and the City
Váchová, Veronika ; Nový, Vítězslav (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
The goal of the project was to design an entrance building to the Faculty of Science of Palacky University. The building should fulfill the needs of the students and teachers, everything that is not available to them, especially a larger representative space, where the students and teachers could meet is definitely missed here.
Rugby Club Bystrc - Brno
Poláková, Marie ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Hradil, Dušan (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis theme is a building of the Rugby Club in Brno-Bystrc in the details of the design study and documentation for the building permit, based on an architectural study developed within the subject AG032 – Public buildings. The aim of the project was to design a multi-purpose sports center in accordance with the investor's requirements, which will be used for local rugby players, and also be open to the public. The existing RCB building is located near Jakuba Obrovského Street near the residential settlement on the west side and the bank of the Svratka River on the east side. It is a very fragmented one-storey building, which the members of the club built themselves. The rugby players' movement in Brno itself boasts perhaps the longest history in the Czech Republic, and since its foundation in 1926, it has featured a number of famous names, such as the writer Ondřej Sekora. The current members are very much based on everything they have managed on their own and are proud of their club. Therefore, I decided to keep the mass of the existing building and use its characteristically fragmented form as a springboard for my design and also as a reference to the famous history of the club. Above this original mass, I build a mass that is completely different in shape and material, in order to achieve a contrast that will be limited to the original and thus complete the overall appearance of the building.

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