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Platform Urbanism – Digital platforms and their role in the city
Indruch, Ondřej ; Bílý, Radoslav (referee) ; Palacký, Jiří (advisor)
The theoretical diploma thesis follows up on the undergraduate work examining the issue of „Platform urbanism“ using the method of studying literature. Starting with physical platforms, their interconnection with digital platforms and the concept of a smart city, to a possible overlap into virtual reality. The theoretical diploma thesis examines the transformation of urban space through digital platforms from the perspective of experience and knowledge from advanced development abroad to early development in the city of Brno in order to answer the established research question: „What is the role of platforms within the city and how do they influence its development?“ Through knowledge from undergraduate work and the connection to the concept of a smart city, three main sectors - transport, real estate, shopping, and three additional sectors - health, identification, communication - are selected with regard to city life, basic human needs and representation on digital platforms. According to ownership, individual sectors are divided into those managed by the city, region and state and otherwise by private companies. Specific representatives of digital platforms are divided according to the scale of the platform or operating company into three fields - local, regional, global. This creates an up-to-date overview of relevant digital platforms operating in the city of Brno in order to answer the second research question set by the author during the work: „Is it possible to compile an overview of urban platforms that affect city life and development?“ To gain experience and knowledge in the city of Brno, a questionnaire survey was conducted focused on individual sectors of digital platforms operating in the city. Based on local and foreign knowledge and experience, a SWOT analysis is compiled for individual sectors of digital platforms. The examination of individual sectors is concluded by a critical evaluation and subsequent recommendations or solutions. The research on the issue of platform urbanism, specifically digital platforms, is finally evaluated from the author‘s point of view. Based on research findings, the author theoretically proposes a digital solution with possible global application and a physical solution for a specific sector of actors operating in Brno.
Platform Urbanism – Digital platforms and their role in the city
Indruch, Ondřej ; Bílý, Radoslav (referee) ; Palacký, Jiří (advisor)
The theoretical diploma thesis follows up on the undergraduate work examining the issue of „Platform urbanism“ using the method of studying literature. Starting with physical platforms, their interconnection with digital platforms and the concept of a smart city, to a possible overlap into virtual reality. The theoretical diploma thesis examines the transformation of urban space through digital platforms from the perspective of experience and knowledge from advanced development abroad to early development in the city of Brno in order to answer the established research question: „What is the role of platforms within the city and how do they influence its development?“ Through knowledge from undergraduate work and the connection to the concept of a smart city, three main sectors - transport, real estate, shopping, and three additional sectors - health, identification, communication - are selected with regard to city life, basic human needs and representation on digital platforms. According to ownership, individual sectors are divided into those managed by the city, region and state and otherwise by private companies. Specific representatives of digital platforms are divided according to the scale of the platform or operating company into three fields - local, regional, global. This creates an up-to-date overview of relevant digital platforms operating in the city of Brno in order to answer the second research question set by the author during the work: „Is it possible to compile an overview of urban platforms that affect city life and development?“ To gain experience and knowledge in the city of Brno, a questionnaire survey was conducted focused on individual sectors of digital platforms operating in the city. Based on local and foreign knowledge and experience, a SWOT analysis is compiled for individual sectors of digital platforms. The examination of individual sectors is concluded by a critical evaluation and subsequent recommendations or solutions. The research on the issue of platform urbanism, specifically digital platforms, is finally evaluated from the author‘s point of view. Based on the findings of the research, the author theoretically proposes a local solution with a possible global application.
Policies of the Prague districts to indebted households at risk of loss of housing and their implementation
Vidláková, Martina ; Trlifajová, Lucie (advisor) ; Ochrana, František (referee)
This thesis analyses local housing policies in connection with over-indebted households and households at risk of over-indebtedness and loss of housing. The design of housing policies and the perception of these households by selected districts of Prague will be studied through the analytical framework of responsibilisation. Detailed examination of approaches towards dealing with rent arrears is used to analyse the assigning of responsibility for housing situations caused by rent arrears to various actors in the districts. Shifting of responsibility for the situation and its solution is profoundly manifested in connection with rent arrears. Responsibility is shifted primarily on the households, although the districts attribute varying degrees of responsibility for solving housing situations caused by rent arrears also to themselves. Structural causes of debt are absent in the approaches of districts to rent arrears, which for authors using the responsibilisation concept is a feature of advanced liberal societies.
Possibilities of living for people with multiple disabilities outside of institutional care
Rajdlová, Magdalena ; Štrinclová, Marta (advisor) ; Janyšková, Kristýna (referee)
This bachelor thesis deals with the issue of housing for people with physical and multiple disabilities outside of institutional care. The thesis also deals with social services that people with disabilities often need in order to live outside of institutional facilities. The theoretical part first defines disability with special attention to physical and multiple disability. The next chapter describes the legislation concerning people with disabilities. The following chapters focus on various living options outside of institutional care, particularly independent living, as well as social services, especially personal assistance. In the last chapter, attention is paid to Asistence o.p.s., the non-profit organization providing social services to people with physical and multiple disabilities in Prague. Three selected clients of Asistence o.p.s. participated in the research for this bachelor thesis. The practical part focuses on the experiences with different types of housing of selected participants. It also examines what kinds of social services they use and how they generally evaluate their current life situation. For the research, a qualitative strategy was chosen, specifically the method of semi-structured interviews. The findings are then discussed in detail at the end of the thesis. Living of...
Critical Analysis of Tools for Financing of Housing and their Use.
Imberger, Karin ; Novotná, Veronika (referee) ; Škapa, Stanislav (advisor)
Bachelor thesis is concerning the problematics of housing and it's availability on current market situation. Thesis includes a critical analysis of current housing financing options using various banking products, including self-financing. A survey was used to obtain and statistically process data from the real environment. Housing financing options are then processed as model examples, analyzed in more detail, compared and evaluated according to selected criteria. Based on the data analysis, several types of "model situations" will be created, for which recommendations are formulated
Living on the outskirts of the city
Sedláčková, Jana ; Malečková, Kateřina (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Brzoň, Roman (advisor)
The goal of the bachelor's thesis is to design housing that will meet the requirements of modern urban housing and will draw the benefits of suburban housing in the outskirts at the same time. The design was based on the author's previous work in the architectural design studio, which focused mainly on the analytical and design part, with the conclusion of an architectural study. The subject of this bachelor thesis is the creation of design documentation of Housing in the outskirts of the city. The documentation for a building permission and the documentation for production design were simplified for the purposes of the bachelor's thesis. The aim of the work is to create a proposal and prove its feasibility in accordance with Czech laws and standards. The proposal shows the possibility of contemporary living, which uses the advantages of community living (common areas such as garage, cellar, utility room; lower energy consumption) and also excels in the possibilities of individual living, which is characterized by a separate entrance and a separate garden or terrace. The design combines both types of housing, which are typically named buildings such as apartment building and family house. However, the proposal goes beyond these titles and seeks its definition in words such as villahouse.
Apartment resort Velke Karlovice
Kiowský, Filip ; Šubrt, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor’s thesis is a reconstrucion and conversion of two apartment buildings from the second half of the 20th century. The work is based on an achitectural study in the subject AG035 – Architectural Studio 5. The proposed conversion is located in a popular town Velké Karlovice, local part Leskové, in Beskydy mountains. Objects stand in a steep valley of river Vsetínská Bečva, which is followed by a road from Vsetín to Žilina in Slovakia. Both objects share a common gable wall. They have three floors – 1st includes technical utilities, such as cellars, storages and garages. Above this are another two floors, both with two flats, which makes eight flats together. The current low roof truss doesn’t allow full-fledged use. The subject of this work is a design of new use as apartments for short-/long-term living. Therefore is proposed reconstruction of flats and realization of new ones in the attic. On the ground floor will be created a small café. Two new lifts provide easy access. Inner partitions will be built from aerated concrete. Steel sections in building’s envelope will be used to carry loads above new windows. Reconstructed buildings must respect local landscape character. Facades will be white and supplemented by anthracite grey components, including sheet metal roof. There are another two objects intended on the property. Their detailed design isn’t part of this project.
Genius loci and the new urban structure
Nossek, Radim ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The city of Trebic is one of a kind. It brings togehter two elements, a medieval architecture and beautiful nature of numerous valeys that pierce the city at many places. This relationship is creating a romantic views that occures as we walk through the city. The projected structures reacts to its surroundings and in the middle of the new city district flows uncovered Stareckas stream. This newly designed urban valey is connecting new bus terminal with the city center.
A town-hall in Kopřivnice
Pešková, Klára ; Zdvomka, Ondřej (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
Objective of the Master thesis is a design of an adaptation and an activation of townhall building situated in the centre of Kopřivnice town. Location of the project is a site of trapezoidal shape slightly tilted towards railways on Štefánikova street. The design aspires to create a sufficient working space for townhall employees and at the same time to produce a space suitable for living, work and activities sought-after by a younger generation especially. Design of the multifunctional house offers start-up and communal housing (so called co-living) of 1+kk to 4+kk dispositions and a coworking space. The townhall’s layout is designed according to current trends in public administration with emphasis on openness, hospitability and consideration to citizens. Multi-purpose hall, completing the entire design, is above all supposed to serve as citizen assembly tool. Parking is provided by a current parking lot and a parking house. Design of the spatial layout creates static composition of buildings, which completes the distinctive townhall construction.

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