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CARBON Visitor Center
Murínová, Zuzana ; Chuděj, Tomáš (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
The theme of the design of the visitor center is linked to the developed project for the transformation of an inactive coal mine called "CÉRKA" by the studio Kamil Mrva Architects. The project was developed for the given location and has the task of opening up a long-term publicly inaccessible zone of a state-owned enterprise and transforming it into a lively place. The bachelor's thesis deals with the design of a visitor center located in the heart of the area of the former mine. The result of my proposal is a three-story free-standing building set into the slope directly under the biggest symbol of the entire area, under the mining towers. The intention of the visitor center is not only to attract tourists, but also to create a new space for the cultural enjoyment of the inhabitants of the village and to broaden people's horizons on the topic of decarbonization.
CARBON Visitor Center
Turčíková, Monika ; Chuděj, Tomáš (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
The mountain village of Trojanovice is currently facing a major challenge, which is the revitalization of the area of the disused coal mine Frenštát. The reconstruction of the mine will close the chapter of mining activity in Trojanovice, which brings with it not only a promising future without the threat that adversely affected the future development of the entire region, but also a challenge for the creation of something new and inspiring for future generations. The aim of the revitalization is to transform the complex, which has long been inaccessible to the public, into an open and welcoming place offering plenty of opportunities for work, living and spending free time. The subject of the solution of the bachelor's thesis is the construction of a visitor center, which is to become part of the newly created local part in the area of the former mine. The visitor center will functionally complement the tourist destinations in the Beskydy. It will offer exhibits with reference to the past, where the history of the site and coal mining will be presented, and the future, which will highlight the benefits of using alternative energy sources.
CARBON Visitor Center
Luňák, Filip ; Chuděj, Tomáš (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
Goal of this work is to create a modern and attractive centre that will serve not only as an information hub for tourists, but also as a cultural and educational space for local residents. The result will be an increase in the attractiveness of the area for tourists and the creation of new opportunities for the local economy.
Špica/ Brno, Nové sady 49°11'20.3"N 16°36'29.4"E
Machač, Ondřej ; Chuděj, Tomáš (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
This work deals with strategy for the development of an open city block and a new town hall building for the Brno-střed district. In my work I present reflection not only of given place and future development, but also conversation the Brno main railway station into municipal office.
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.
The Castle Area Břeclav
Bažík, Lenka ; Chuděj, Tomáš (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
It is important to consider broader context to create a concept for a chateau complex in Breclav - within the region and mainly engaging in Lednice-Valtice Cultural Landscape (LVA). Buildings of LVA are a heritage of Lichtenstein as well as the chateau complex in Breclav. Breclav is also referred to as the gateway to the Lednice-Valtice area. Lednice-Valtice area has been from its beginning a place for recreation and entertainment and that is the concept of what it should be nowadays. Partly the buildings of LVA are used for various cultural events - concerts (Lednice), educational programs (Pohansko) and exhibitions (Valtice). However there are mostly only tours of the interiors and only seasonally. To fulfil the potential of the area it would be appropriate to join all of the buildings in one program that will support the current events and complement with other functions. I propose to use the chateau complex in Breclav as a cultural and recreational centre with outreach to the LVA. Breclav would complete the triangle with other centres in Lednice and Valtice.
Pavilion for Expo 2015 in Milan
Chuděj, Tomáš ; Bindr, Tomáš (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
The motto of the Expo 2015 in Milan, is "Feeding the planet, energy for life." The main idea of the design of the pavilion is Food – energy for life. The attempt of the thesis lies in pointing on rational eating and a healthy lifestyle. Not only is the reason the influence on an individual, but the influence on a whole society. The thesis is devoted to a solution of a thematic function of the pavilion, a way of presentation, a detailed solution of the pavilion construction and subsequent recycling of the pavilion.

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