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Ritual -between visual Art and Theatrical drama
Janda, Jakub ; Pfeiffer, Jan (advisor) ; Tsikoliya, Lenka (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with ritual as a link between the artistic and theatrical worlds. The theoretical part explores the broad field of rituals, which serves as a starting point for the pedagogical task. In the didactic part, the emphasis is on viewing art from the perspective of the theory of the "Gesamtkunstwerk", whereby pupils can be introduced to other topics in culture, art and history through art activities. Based on research into the field of ritual, the opera Rosenkavalier was selected as a suitable topic for didactic transformation. It is not only possible to focus on the issue of rituals, but also to explore the Baroque and Rococo periods, the reign of Maria Theresa, or to go into the field of literature through the work of Hugo von Hofmannsthal, the author of the libretto, by learning about opera as a dramatic and musical theatre form and the work of Richard Strauss, the author of the music for this opera. The author's part of the thesis focuses on the forms of drawing and its use in relation to dramatic art. KEYWORDS ritual, drama, opera, baroque, rococo, art series, drawing, performance, space, time
Sacred Space Study
Němec, Lukáš ; Jáně, Miroslav (referee) ; Zdařil, Zdeněk (advisor)
Design of Road church, part of the rest area, near the National Historic Landmark Hospital Kuks, inspirated by baroque forms and principles.
Renewal of the baroque rectory in Sebranice
Bubeníková, Zuzana ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Sobotka, Jindřich (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis is aimed at the preparation of documentation for building permits and construction, based on previous architectural study for renewal of the baroque rectory in Sebranice. The projects is focused on the application of suitable methods of the reconstruction of a cultural monument along with the proposal of a new functional utilisation of the surrounding site. The design itself is characteristic by its careful and sensitive approach towards the listed building. However, it also pursues the present methods of site creation and adds a contrasting new structure to the environment, aiming to accommodate the modern standards of comfortable utilisation. The synthetic approach of the design is prominent in the effort to recover fragments of the original state of the building, as well as using present materials and colour schemes. The final outcome of the design respects the past of the landmark, adapts it to modern requirements and prepares it for its promising future.
Reconstruction of the town spa in Malé Svatoňovice
Macek, Štěpán ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was to prepare a documentation for building permits and a part of the documentation for the building construction on the basis of an architectural study, developed in the „AG35 – Monuments Restoration Studio“ module. The topic of the studio work was to think about the appropriate use of a listed building in the historic center of the village of Malé Svatoňovice and to create an architectural study. I have proposed the following concept. The building should serve as a municipal house, so I have concentrated the corresponding functions here: the municipal office, the ceremonial hall, the museum, doctors labs, cosmetics, the pharmacy and finally the spa, which had a long tradition here. When restoring an object, I proceed synthetically. I examine the quality and preservation of individual layers. Then I highlight the best of each one. If some layer have not been preserved, but still have had its qualities, I remind it in a new language. I think it was Tadao Ando who said, "If the genius loci is to be legible, it must be revived and provoked by inventive inputs." I combine modern with historical using timelessness.
Revitalization Program of Floral Garden in Kromeriz
Doležel, Martin ; Sochor, Jan (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
THE GARDEN IN A CRISIS The first problem. Moving the entrance from the rotunda axis in the north to the area where the farmyard surrounded by greenhouses is situated. The consequence of this step was destruction of the conception of a floral garden and further, confusion of a visitor caused by the new and excentric garden entrance. The second problem. The original noble fill of the forefield has been perfectly cleaned, including the structure. Therefore the courtyard of honour is wedged in the two huge unspecific areas. The third problem. The nineteenth century is gone. Nowadays visitor is hard to please and unconcentrated. THE CONCEPTION Revitalisation and amendment of the forefield structure concept in subareas is both practical and it offers the esthetic quality which was lost. In relation to the axis of the garden, the area is adversely divided by some new buildings. These functional stripes make the optical barriers and they are clear in their axis. There are minimaly two six smaller areas created out of two bigger ones. Moving the main entrance from the courtyard to the rotunda center line means a possibility for the garden to step out towards its future development without some drastic changes in a objects which are part of a monument conservation but not functionally defined any more. The more, the garden gets its lost axiality, sense and a story about men's journey again. The application of the principles of the baroque garden in filling of the forefield gardens is either wrong or not considered properly. Polarized (and polar) gardens offer extreme positions of two contradictory trends. A superframed garden made by the nowadays technology versus a grove of wisdom where the nature is both a constructor and an architect. All of this with a baroque garden somewhere in its centre.
Architectural drawing as starting point for the reconstruction of the project from approx 1700 AD: the Jesuit Church of Our Lady of the Snows in Olomouc
Martinelli, Dominik ; Langerová, Lucie (referee) ; Šopák, Pavel (advisor)
The Master´s thesis contains the methodology of the baroque church reconstruction from 17th and 18th centuries. An unmarked floor plan has been preserved from the original idea. The process of applying knowledge, professional literature, comparison, research in archives and personal inspection of similar buildings created a hypothetical model of the church with its complete documentation. In the process of reconstruction, a number of questions were answered. The result of the work is the design of a hypothetical church. At the same time, the author has acquired the principles and regularities of designing buildings in the baroque period with regard to their thinking, knowledge and technical possibilities at this period.
Restoration of the Hell inn in Tišnov
Streďanská, Lucie ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the preparation of documentation for building permits and part of the documentation for the construction on the basis of an architectural study, developed in the course AG35 - Restoration of Monuments Studio. The topic of this work was to find a suitable concept of a new functional use with regard to the historical nature of the monument and its technical condition. The design also included the new construction of a housing for the owners and the solution of all surrounding areas. The result was an architectural study with an emphasis on viability and feasibility. The aim of the bachelor's thesis is a gentle restoration of the building with an emphasis on its revitalization with newly incorporated functions and original expressive elements. The operation of the tasting cellar in the preserved Gothic cellar has returned to the inn. The cultural and social heart of the building became craft workshops with a shop selling handmade products and a multifunctional hall. The operation was supplemented by an accommodation unit for the building manager, this operation also includes a new extension, adjacent to the west wing, which housed the operation of a temporary warehouse on the 1st floor and the bathroom of the administrator on the 2nd floor. Last but not least, the attic of the building with a reconstructed truss was revived. This part works as a mobile and multipurpose space, which can be adapted to current needs for children's camps, as well as for lectures and reading. One of the significant characteristic elements of this work are atypical roof windows copying the curvature of the mansard roof. These windows visually connect outdoor life on the street and occasions in the attic. This expressive element is complemented by dark metal accents of the restored exterior gallery, steel frame edging of the window, illusory entrance gate and new extension.
Renovation of the castle in Velké Němčice
Malínková, Valerie ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor)
This bachelor thesis deals with the restoration of a castle in Velké Němčice. The thesis builds on an architectural study carried out in the AG033 course of the Restoration of Monuments Studio. The task of the thesis is to create a complete project for the appropriate restoration and reconstruction of the castle and to propose its new utilization. At the same time, the thesis focuses on the solution of the castle's immediate surroundings. The object of the solution will be designed as a socially cultural object with administrative functions. The castle should serve as a new town hall, and in accordance with this, the following rooms will be created in the castle: a ceremonial hall, information center, mayor's office, secretary's office, registry office, accountant's office, archive, library, club room, refreshment facility, and interactive room. To achieve the implementation of the new operation in the castle, the correct restoration of the historical object is necessary. Using surveys and historical sources, I examine the architectural values and construction of the building. I strive to preserve historically significant layers, remove intrusive modern elements, and return the object its original expression. With the help of new technologies, I also strive to preserve the building for future generations. I propose minimum use of modern structures and elements, and therefore mainly focus on proper reconstruction and restoration.
Kordík, Pavel ; Pospíšil, Zdeněk (referee) ; Boháč, Ivo (advisor)
The main goal of my work was find and define a form of content for potential reconstruction of the castle Rudolfov. The purpose was a make this castle a good place for serving to city. This thesis is a last from analyzes and proposals for dealing with the city Rudolfov and its public space, which I developed in the whole masters degree: City - Vision for the Future. My work has been divided into four semesters. In first one, i have made a detailed analysis of the city Rudolfov and identifying the problem areas and main city problems, which I also discussed. In the second semester the work was focused on new study for new city center. In the third semester, I continued working on urban development studies of the northern slope with relation to the newly created center. For the thesis I chose the troubled and valuable place of the city with a cultural monument that formerly served as barracks and today it is looking for a new use. All studies were designed to contribute positively to the future development of the town Rudolfov.
Restoration of the baroque rectory in Sebranice
Osipova, Valentina ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Daněk, Lukáš (advisor)
The subject of this work is the restoration of the baroque rectory in Sebranice near Boskovice. The site is located in the center of the village and has good transport links due to the location on the main street of this village. The solved object is a two-storey building with a rectangular floor plan. The rectory building dates from the 18th century and is listed as an immovable cultural monument, which influences the methods of its restoration. The aim of the work was to prepare documentation for the building permit and part of the documentation for the construction on the basis of a previously prepared architectural study. During the renovation, the rectory was converted into a puppet museum at the request of the owners. Part of the building is dedicated to the short-term accommodation of the owners and a caretaker's apartment was also designed on the 1st floor. The arrangement of the outdoor space allows the use of the building for social purposes. In my proposal, i tried to be gentle and keep the rectory in the most authentic form. Demolition work and construction interventions were minimized. On the contrary, the original elements or their replicas were restored. An important point of the concept was to support the unique spirit of the place – genius loci. The different appearance of the south facade was enhanced by the use of a different color of plaster. This facade was not historically representative and in my design it is also part of a private space. Its different appearance helps to create two spaces with different functions - a representative public park and a private orchard.

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