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Sport hall and its facilities for the elementary school Hudcova 35, Brno
Váchová, Barbora ; Klimecký, Martin (referee) ; Gerö, Jiří (advisor)
The proposal is based on a pre-diploma project, where the Medlánek area was comprehensively addressed and a housing development, a kindergarten, a church and civic amenities were designed for the area. The sports hall, which is the subject of the thesis, was part of it. The sports hall and its facilities for the elementary school Hudcova 35, Brno, which is the subject of the diploma thesis, is located in the development area of Brno - Medlánky. The location of the sports hall is justified due to the location of Hudcova 35 elementary school and the future development of the Medlánek area. The building is divided into a part for athletes, a part for visitors and a technological part. A parking lot and a parking lot for buses are proposed for the sports hall. The surroundings of the entire sports hall are designed for leisure activities - a workout field, a children's playground and a park. The proposal respects the environment in which the building is designed, both with the height levels of the surrounding buildings and the selected visual material, which blends in with the adjacent park and cottage development. The building meets the requirements for barrier-free accessibility and environmental requirements. In order to better blend the building with its surroundings, trees are planted in the immediate vicinity, which further form an imaginary connection to the newly created park and the current Castle Park. The facade of the building is designed with respect to the character of its surroundings. The part of the building, which is situated towards the cottage area and the park, is lined with tanned wood, and a covered walkway is designed along this part. The walkway consists of black V-shaped steel columns and a glass roof. The second part of the building is situated towards the Mechanical Testing Institute. The facade is designed from ecological mineral plaster. On this part of the building, windows are designed, which are connected in a belt using thermal insulation.
Environmental family house Sunflower
Krumpolec, Leoš ; Blasinski, Petr (referee) ; Rubinová, Olga (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis presents design of an L-shaped two-storey family house with a flat roof for a family of four on the outskirts of Vinary u Přerova in Olomoucký region. The house is designed on a cast-in-place ground slab based on foam glass, and its carcass is constructed of aerated concrete blocks. The external walls are insulated with EPS. The partitions are made of sand-lime blocks. The floor slabs and roof slabs are comprised of a precast concrete panel. The house is divided into a two-storey part and a single-storey part, both with green roofs. The first floor includes a wind lobby, a guest room with walk-in robe, a study, a bathroom, a separate toilet, a utility room, a pantry, and an open area consisting of a kitchen and a living room that leads directly to the terrace. The corridor also features a half-turn staircase that leads to the second floor, which has a master bedroom with walk-in robe, a children's bedroom, a bathroom, and a separate toilet. The building services include floor heating, mechanical ventilation, and cooling via fan coils. The air-water heat pump, primarily powered by photovoltaics on the roof during the day and by battery at night, provides heating and cooling. The storm water will be partly accumulated in the substrate layer of the roof and the rest will be accumulated in accumulation tank underground. The house has elements of passive building and falls in A class rating of an energy certificate.
Detached house, Brno
Atroosh, Nashwa ; Kalousek, Lubor (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
Tato bakalářská práce zkoumá architektonické a funkční aspekty rodinného domu s ordinací v Brně-Ivanovicích. Bytový dům je dvoupodlažní s plochou zelenou střechou. Primárním cílem tohoto projektu je vytvořit obytný prostor, který vyhovuje potřebám rodiny sestávající ze šesti jednotlivců. Zvláštní pozornost je věnována ordinaci lékaře, která zajišťuje snadný přístup pro pacienty při zachování soukromí rodiny. Projekt zkoumá použití vhodných materiálů, stavebních technik a stavebních systémů k zajištění odolnosti, bezpečnosti a hospodárnosti. Použité materiály jsou implementovány v celé budově s cílem minimalizovat spotřebu energie a snížit dopad na životní prostředí.
Hippocenter Arpitha Podolí u Brna
Rejchl, David ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor's thesis is the Hippocentrum Arpitha in Podolí near Brno. This is a medium-sized riding area for training and housing 15 horses and the possibility of opening the area to the general public. The thesis of opening up to the public was crucial to the design approach. The area is divided into two main parts, the first as facilities for the riders and owners of the area, including accommodation, wellness, changing rooms, hygienic and technical facilities. And then the second part for the public with a cafe offering views of the valley and horse pastures, public sanitary facilities, technical and cleaning areas, as well as the main riding area with an auditorium and a walkway. The building is equipped with a spacious foyer that allows company or private parties to be held and creates organizational space in the event of a suburban camp. These two different spaces are contrasted by the appearance of the facades and are connected by a public courtyard dominated by a mature tree. The yard space is partially covered with a subtle monolithic structure. The area is complemented by the necessary storage areas for hay, straw, sawdust and also a manure pit. There are also parking areas for the public on the property, including parking spaces for cars and buses. The parking area is connected to the main building by a paved path that leads around the horse training area, offering the possibility to watch the horses from the residence staircase. There are 4 entrances to serve the area, two operational and two for the public.
Low-rise house in Řečkovice
Vaňková, Štěpánka ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
Residential house, Low-rise house, Brno, Řečkovice, flat, services, chapel, green roof, basement storage, new building
Small apartments in Brno
Panicheva, Daria ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The subject of this work was the preparation of project documentation, consisting of documentation for building permits, documentation for the implementation of construction and design of architectural detail. The bachelor thesis is based on an architectural study prepared within the studio work of the subject AG033. The subject of the proposal are small-sized apartments and dormitory units for students. The complex is located in the Brno Králové pole district on the corner of Kosinova and Chaloupkova streets. The purpose of the building is chosen according to the interests of the residents and in relation to the surrounding secondary schools and universities. The proposal deals with both a separate building and a link to the surrounding area. This project consists of three buildings, two of which are intended for student dormitories and a corner building serving for small apartments. In addition, these are services in the form of leasable premises, studios, cafes and laundries. The apartment house contains apartments 1+kk, 2+kk. Two adjacent buildings contain 82 rooms for students. House equipment, technical facilities, accessories and parking is located in 1.PP. The inner courtyard is used as a social space, which includes a relaxation area with benches and trees, as well as a zone for barbecues and other activities. From a material point of view, the 2 objects represent a block shape, and the corner building forms an irregular, atypical shape. The buildings have different heights and connect to the surrounding buildings. The buildings with student units are five-storey and the corner building is six-storey to emphasize the gradation of the entire building. By removing the mass of the last floors, terraces were created and thus the playful expression of the entire complex of buildings was achieved. Thereby it creates a connection between the interior and the exterior. All buildings are covered with flat vegetated walkable roofs. The most striking element of the buildings is the glazed stairwell extended outside the building. The facade is represented by white visible plaster to unify the complex form of the complex.
Vancouver - Affordable Housing Challenge
Syniuk, Kateryna ; Klimecký, Martin (referee) ; Gerö, Jiří (advisor)
The bachelor's thesis is based on the project of an apartment building, created as a part of the subject AG035 Architectural Design Studio. The subject matter is a design solution for an affordable housing in the city of Vancouver – one of the largest Canadian agglomerations with a fast-growing suburb area. The main idea of the project was to design an affordable and at the same time dignified housing for young families and working singles. One of the project‘s further goals is to revitalize the city center and encourage more people to switch to the urban lifestyle. The designed apartment building is located on Macdonald St, in a quiet city area, built up primarily by apartment and family houses. The project‘s parcel has a relatively flat area. There are a total of five floors in the building, including one underground parking floor. The underground floor also includes facility spaces for residents. The first aboveground floor is divided into two sections – a public and a private one. The public section is designed for two commercial units: a sports club and a coffee shop. The private part of the first aboveground floor is designated as a share space for residents. Next three aboveground floors are residential and include 4 units per floor. Thanks to the receding of the above-ground floors, each of the apartment units was provided with a balcony or terrace supplemented by a vegetation area. There is an atrium running over the upper floors, which illuminates the hallways leading to the individual apartments with da light. The structural system of the building is combined, formed primarily by means of brick walls with the use of reinforced concrete columns in the 1st underground and 1st above-ground floors. The building is covered with a flat roof with a terrace in combination with a green roof.
Gmont Cable Brno
Hendrychová, Adriana ; Mikeš, Stanislav (referee) ; Nový, Alois (advisor)
The subject of this work was the preparation of project documentation, consisting of documentation for building permits, documentation for the implementation of the construction and the design of architectural detail. The Bachelor's thesis is based on an architectural study prepared as part of the studio work of the subject AG035. The subject of the design is the new construction of the production hall of the company Gmont Cable, s.r.o., specializing in the production and assembly of cable bundles, cables and wires. The existing leasable space does not suit the expanding company. The new premises will enable the production to be moved from the existing premises and thus allow an increase in production. The proposed facility is to be located in Brno in Tuřanka Street on the site of the current brownfield site. When designing the building, emphasis was placed on the use of the narrowest part of the brownfield, not only for the possibility of future use of the remaining part of the land, but especially for the presentation and visibility of the building and the company from the main road. The ground plan of the shape of he building is based on the boundaries of the brownfield site. Essential for the expression of the building are the sawtooth roofs over the production halls complemented by a walkable green roof. The pilasters are a distinctive feature of the administration area, providing articulation and screening of the glazed areas. In terms of function, the building is divided into a two-storey administration and a single-storey production part with storage and dispatching. Between the administrative and the production part there is an atrium serving as a resting place for the workers. The proposal addresses both the stand-alone building and the connection to the adjacent surroundings.
Family winery Plchut Mutěnice
Tušlová, Klára ; Bílek, Zdeněk (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the design of the new building of the Plchut family winery in Mutěnice. The work is based on a previously developed study in the subject ag032 – studio of architectural creation ii. The proposed building is located in the wine region in the village of Mutěnice in the district of Hodonín. Vinařská street runs along the southern side of the property, where there is a paved road. There is a railway line near the road, which is oriented in the direction of Mutěnice - Zaječí. The plot itself is located on the northwestern slope of zadní hora at an altitude of 183 m above sea level. The plot is in the shape of a five-sided polygon with an area of 4,548 m2. Part of the plot on the south side is half flat, the middle of the plot is slightly sloping and the northern part has a relatively large elevation. The entrance to the plot is possible from Vinařská street or from the paved road along the western side. The structure of the winery consists of four building units, with alternating heights and types of roofs. The production part consists of two buildings that are connected into one unit with separate entrances to the individual parts. This part is entirely single-storey and its elevation is considerable compared to the other part of the winery. The second part, which is smaller in size, is used for representation. It consists of two buildings, one is two-storey and the other one-storey with an accessible terrace. In the representative part there is a wine shop, tasting room, administration, accommodation for 4 people, sanitary facilities and entrance to the second floor. The structure has no basement. The ceiling above the 1st floor is made of prestressed ceiling panels with a thickness of 200 mm. The roof of the building consists of two gable roofs and a flat roof, which is partly covered with vegetation and partly designed as a wooden terrace. The vertical structures are made of Porotherm ceramic ground fittings.
Family winery Plchut Mutěnice
Smržová, Tereza ; Bílek, Zdeněk (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of this bachelor thesis is the design of a new family winery Plchut in Mutěnice. The design is based on the project developed in the course Architectural design 2 (AG032). The building is located on a plot of land on the north-western edge of the municipality of Mutěnice, on Vinařská street. The area is a well-known wine-growing region and a frequent destination for wine tourism. Above the mentioned land are situated vineyards. The land itself is sloping, the slope rises gently from the south-east to the north-west side. The surrounding buildings are mostly wineries. The type of soil is arable land. It is a grassed area without building and trees. Bellow the land is a road, railway and a cycle path. The building consists of two parts. The public or also social part serves mainly for the visitors of the winery, i.e., for tasting and buying wines. The apartments for visitors, administration and facilities for the winery staff are also situated here. The second part of the building is the production part used for the processing of grapes and wine production. These two parts contrast with each other in shape and facade. The production part has only a simple cuboid shape with a wooden cladding facade. This part only has one floor with a flat green roof. The main intention for the production part was a simple layout that will connect the individual rooms according to their purposes. The rooms are therefore arranged in the same order as the wine production progresses. The public part has two floors and has a gable roof with a pitch of 34°, which is approximately the optimum pitch typical of rural buildings. The facade of this part is made up of facade plaster, which should on the surface resemble concrete. The front of the building is glazed. Part of the gable is paneled with burnt wood. The back side is also paneled with burnt wood. The shapes and facades of both parts are intended to represent their function and by whom they will be used. The winery part is therefore designed as a simple shape, as it essentially is a production building. On the other hand, wine production is linked to nature, so the building is complemented by a natural element - wooden paneling. On the contrary, the public part uses a gable roof as a typical element of rural buildings, as it is a representative part of the whole building. However, as this is a space where visitors from cities will come to buy and taste the local wine, the facade of this section is intended to represent urban life - with a facade imitating concrete.

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