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Porta Coeli complex - new use of selected objects
Poláčková, Stela ; Kotek, Jakub (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the processing of a proposal for the restoration of buildings in the complex of the Cistercian Porta Coeli monastery in Předklášteří near Tišnov. The basic idea of the design is to preserve the historical context and architectural value of the complex. The proposal seeks to create an attractive and cultural environment with various public spaces for relaxation and rest. The work deals with the solution of a kindergarten, which is designed in the outhouse, where it is necessary to add an extension to the building and connect it with a glass construction. A new community center is built next to the kindergarten, and provides various group and creative activities mainly for children and young people from socially disadvantaged families. The solution also aimed at park and parking improvements, the creation of a memorial site that will improve the overall appearance of the complex and bring a large number of tourists.
Porta Coeli complex - new use of selected objects
Ovsak, Artem ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The subject of the master's thesis was the development of an architectural study and proposal for the new utilization of historical buildings in the Porta Coeli complex in Předklášteří near Tišnov. The complex consists of several buildings, but the focus of the work was on the key ones. Currently, three sisters reside in the monastery, utilizing the first and second quadratures and having access to the monastery garden. The third quadrature is used by volunteer groups who assist in the maintenance of the monastery and occasionally contribute to the production of local products such as must, preserves, and honey. One floor of this quadrature has already been reconstructed. In the future, the space of the former laundry is planned to be utilized as accommodation for employees, with a change in its function to a production area being implemented as part of the project. The former sheepfold will be transformed into a multifunctional space intended for various types of events. Currently serving as a sawmill, it is economically most advantageous for the monastery council. The reconstructed former granary will have accommodation functions, and its location near the water increases its attractiveness and generates investment interest in its reconstruction. The design also includes the placement of an amphitheater on the slope next to the granary and sheepfold. The utilization concept shows that these two structures will be closely interconnected, and the amphitheater, along with the modified space, will serve as a meeting place for various events, such as weddings, conferences, or celebrations. An important aspect is that the shape of the amphitheater will follow the slope, helping to perceive the space, surroundings, and allowing visitors an uninterrupted view of nature. As part of the work, an extension to the second quadrature was also proposed, intended to serve the staff of a future rehabilitation center. The concept focuses on utilizing the second quadrature as a rehabilitation center for athletes and ordinary visitors. The center includes short-term accommodation, a dining area, medical offices, and facilities for the staff. The connection with nature, peaceful location, and aesthetic and mental harmony contribute to the faster recovery of visitors. The former carriage house is currently used as sanitary facilities, while most of the building remains unused. Preliminary plans consider its future use either as a smaller production space or as a storage facility for the purposes of the museum and the monastery. An extensive intervention in the restoration of the forecourt of the former sheepfold will be carried out. Various elements will be placed here, such as a labyrinth and other recreational zones. The design also included modifications to the outdoor space, the creation of new parking capacities, and reinforced surfaces.
Purpose update of a set of historical objects
Rozhkova, Ekaterina ; Kotek, Jakub (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The major goal of masters thesis is purposeful updating of a set of historical objects while also incorporating a new architectural object. Porta Coeli is located in Předklášteří, Tišnov. Předklášteří is a settlement in the Brno-venkov district of the South Moravian Region. Porta Coeli monastery is a national cultural monument. The thesis focuses on new use of the granary and barn buildings in the Porta Coeli area. The granary is a historically significant Baroque structure from the 17th century. It is a big structure with four floors and a basement. It is currently unusable and in dangerous technical state. As part of the project, the granary building is designed primarily for short-term accommodation. The structure will mostly house guests in double rooms in terms of capacity. There will be 25 seats available in the restaurant. The building of the granary will be supplemented with new window openings, a highlighted entrance, with the insertion of an architectural innovation from the back. The barn, which will be turned into a multifunctional hall, is closely linked to the project. All of this adds up to a complex that is perfect for weddings, team-building activities, and other social gatherings. The building of the sheepfold will be connected by an outdoor space. It is designed as a multifunctional hall for organizing social events with facilities for weddings and meetings. Refreshments solved with the help of catering. The proposal also includes outdoor improvements that respond to the existing surrounding buildings and respect the context of the given location.
Porta Coeli complex - new use of selected objects
Kukuť, Olga ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The assignment of the diploma thesis is the analysis of the functional use of the entire site of the Cistercian Porta Coeli monastery in Předklášteří near the Tišnov, based on which the conversion of unused objects with a proposal for a new functional use, including the design of an architectural novelty, is proposed. When creating an architectural study, it was first necessary to analyze the current state and at the same time take into account the cultural-historical values of the monastery, its area and the immediate surroundings, the construction-technical condition and civic amenities in the vicinity of the area. The basic idea of the design was to attract visitors to the area and give it new life. Create a comfortable quiet space for tourists and local residents. The project also created a new object for the creative development of children. Therefore, in 4th quadrature and the former laundry, accommodation is planned and an elementary art school is newly built.
Porta Coeli complex - new use of selected objects
Bendová, Kateřina ; Maar, Radek (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The theme of the thesis is to analyse the functional use of the whole area of the Cistercian monastery Porta Coeli in Předklášteří u Tišnova and to prepare a study based on it, which focuses on the conversion of unused buildings and the design of new functional use. The study also includes a proposal for an architectural redesign and the adaptation of the outdoor spaces in the area. The work focuses mainly on the former granary and the former sheepfold. The original buildings retain part of their external appearance but are supplemented with new window openings. A new use is proposed for the granary in the form of a hotel with accommodation and a restaurant. The sheepfold is converted into a multifunctional hall that will be used for various social events. In the vicinity of the two original buildings, a new facility is proposed to complement them. It will only contain sanitary facilities for visitors and spaces for performers. The work also includes the landscaping of the outdoor areas on the grounds. The overall aim of the work is to bring a new function to the site that can operate independently while respecting the historic and spiritual character of the monastic setting.
Porta Coeli complex - new use of selected objects
Morongová, Lenka ; Maar, Radek (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis was to develop a proposal for the restoration of the Porta Coeli complex in the village of Předklášteří near Tišnov. The complex is a very valuable place dominating the whole village and is also the only functioning female Cistercian monastery in the Czech Republic. The complex contains many buildings, some of which are used for religious purposes or have a cultural social function, but some buildings are unused or even decaying. Based on the analyses there were selected some buildings for processing. There is granary, sheepfold, farm building, II. quadrature and cider house. All the buildings were processed in the winter semester, for my thesis I chose a granary, sheepfold and a new building located near the sheepfold. The aim of my proposal was to create a place for social and cultural events.
Porta Coeli complex - new use of selected objects
Prátová, Kateřina ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The thesis focuses on a design of restoration of the Porta Coeli monastery complex in the municipality of Předklášteří, a unique and valuable place with a rich history and spiritual character. The current and historic purpose of the site is monastic life, which is now in decline and in danger of being completely lost. Large parts of the site, including historic buildings, are unused and unfortunately in a dilapidated state. The site offers visitors only limited opportunities such as a visit to the museum, guided tours or Sunday Mass in the church. However, the site has enormous recreational, rehabilitation and spiritual potential which the new design seeks to develop. Based on the existing condition and use analyses, the buildings and areas were selected for further development. Mainly a granary, a sheepfold, a coach house, the second quadrangle and an old laundry. Design of the granary and the sheepfold is developed in more detail. The construction program of the design respects the currently implemented and upcoming plans and intentions in the area. Targeted buildings have a diverse typology and functional content, which are thematically linked to create a coherent complex focused on wedding ceremonies, cultural activities and other social events.
Area for small and medium-sized businesses, Uherské Hradiště
Čížková, Petra ; Kotek, Jakub (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis deals with the design of a new rentable industrial area in Uherské Hradiště. The entire area is defined by simple lines and shapes, which at the same time enables 100% functionality and efficiency. A distinctive element in the design is the facade, which still maintains the concept of lines (horizontals and verticals). The city management wanted to design a rentable production, but also administrative or exhibition spaces. At the same time, the architecture should form a dominant feature of the entire industrial area and should attract attention when entering the city of Uherské Hradiště. Production cells are variable and can be assembled and expanded according to the investor's requirements. The three-story building with exhibition spaces offers companies the opportunity to present their products and negotiate with potential interested parties. The supporting system is combined, on which monolithic ceiling slabs are placed. The building is covered with a flat roof placed on load-bearing walls and beams.
Auto center VW Group Mikulov
Horáčková, Eliška ; Kotek, Jakub (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the creation of drawing documentation for the DSP and DPS of a new car centre for the Volkswagen group. The work is based on the documents in the form of a thesis assignment, dwg. drawing of the cadastral situation and architectural study AG32. The area is located in the South Moravian town of Mikulov. The land is located between Jiráskova and Republikánské obrany streets, and the terrain of the land is mostly flat. Currently, the land is part of a mostly unused agricultural centre. The building has a transportation character. Urban design makes the site as suitable as possible for collision-free traffic of people and cars. The car centre consists of a representative showroom and service. They have a different character and functioning, which is reflected in the design of the mass and the materials used. On the other hand, the building is united by the concept of color design, which is related to the visual identity of the Volkswagen group automotive group. The interior layout of the building is also divided into two interconnected units. A showroom building with facilities and a service building with warehouses. The individual parts are interconnected for smooth and collision-free running of the entire car centre. The 1NP showroom is used for displaying selected cars and for communication with customers. The second floor is used only for the administrative staff of the car centre. Part of the showroom and the service area are connected through the area of staff facilities, receiving workplace and automatic car wash. In addition to the connection through the receiving workplace and the automatic washing line, the service has another 3 individual entrances for variable access and is also directly connected to the warehouse for automotive spare parts and tyres. The service area is then divided into several required workplaces.
Auto center VW Group Mikulov
Vácha, Adam ; Maar, Radek (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The task of the bachelor thesis was to design the Volkswagen Group Autocentre in the industrial part of Mikulov. The study was originally prepared in the subject AG033 - Studio of Production Buildings. Thus, I completed it according to the requirements of the DSP and DPS. Currently, the land in question is part of an agricultural cooperative. From the north-western side the land is bordered by Jiráskova Street, from the south-eastern side by Republican Defence Street. The proposed building is divided into three masses. This layout is based on the functional justification of the building. The showroom is used for the display and sale of new vehicles of the brands associated with the Volkswagen Group. It is followed by a warehouse, which is used both for storage for direct sales and mainly for spare parts for the service. The second floor above the warehouse houses the administration o*ices. These are connected to the showroom by a staircase. Next to the warehouse, there is also a service reception and a connecting corridor between the showroom and the service. The workshop also includes facilities for mechanics, which include changing rooms and sanitary facilities. There is also a technical room and a foreman's office. At the rear of the workshop is the paint shop, which is separated by a partition. The whole building is unbasement and except for the part above the warehouse is one storey. The showroom and the workshop are made up of a skeleton of reinforced concrete columns connected by steel trusses. The part of the warehouse with o*ices is then a reinforced concrete monolith. The ceilings in the halls are then reinforced with trapezoidal sheets with reinforced concrete slab. The façade of the showroom consists of a glazed lightweight cladding and the service area is again using a Dri-design Kingspan system. The partitions are made of plasterboard. All parts of the building are covered with a single-skin flat roof. Above the service area the roof is vegetated. The drainage of the showroom and service area is solved by means of drainage gutters with downpipes. The o*ices are then provided with internal drains.

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