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Architectural study of the sacred building and the Salesian community center in Brno - Líšeň
Kręželoková, Tereza ; Žalmanová, Petra (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
The assignment of the diploma thesis is the design of the Church of the Holy Spirit and at the same time a community center for the Salesians in Brno - Líšno. The Salesians are a Christian congregation that is especially dedicated to the education of the youth. Salesians have been active in Líšn since 1995, when the Salesian Youth Center began to be established here. The local community of believers currently does not have a church here that would meet the capacity requirements, the believers celebrate services in the gymnasium of the Salesian Youth Center. The goal of my work is to design a church where believers can celebrate services with dignity, and also a community center where the local community of people can meet and create community. The proposal also includes a rectory with apartments and facilities for priests. The land intended for construction is located in close proximity to the Salesian Youth Center. It lies on an elevated site in a rather sloping terrain. To the north of the property there is a polyclinic building. The surrounding development consists of panel apartment buildings, often with a height of up to eight floors. The shape of the building is based on the urban layout. The external plan shape of the building is rectangular and it is installed parallel to the building of the polyclinic and to the road. An ellipse is cut into the rectangle - the inner atrium. The elliptical floor plan of the church is inscribed in the atrium. The proposed building is divided into individual functional units: the Church of the Holy Spirit, the church grounds, the community center and the rectory. The church has an ellipse in plan and is lit only from above by means of skylights. These skylights symbolize the light of the Holy Spirit, coming from above. The interior of the church is defined by 24 columns. The church's facilities include a sacristy, a conference room, sanitary facilities and operational premises. An internal atrium is proposed between the community center and the church, around which the community center corridor leads. The community center includes a social hall for 120 people, which can be divided into two rooms with the help of a mobile partition, as well as a classroom, clubhouse and facilities. On the 2nd floor there are two priests' apartments and facilities for priests, which include a kitchen, library, offices and a chapel. The dominant element of the design is the tower, which serves as a belfry. A church courtyard will be created in front of the church, where seating, a water feature and also bicycle sheds are planned. At the staircase on the south side of the property, residential stairs will be created. The design also includes the modification of the surrounding green areas.
Restoration of the monastery in Šternberk
Valentová, Alžběta ; Kocourek, Tomáš (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis was the preparation of an architectural study and proposal for a new use of part of the historical buildings of the monastery in Šternberk. The study deals with a complex of buildings that form an enclosed courtyard and two wings extending south into the garden. On the other side, the complex adjoins the cloister with the Garden of Eden and the adjacent building of the rectory, which surrounds the lower courtyard. The solution considers the use of this part of the monastery for the operation of the Higher Vocational School of Arts and Crafts together with the operation of exhibition and social spaces for the public. The reconstruction respects the original architecture of the building in all preserved details and elements. The main intervention in the external shape of the complex is the roofing of the courtyard, which creates an atrium and, thanks to it, a fully functional connection of the area. In the interior, as a result of the traffic that takes place on all floors, a new main staircase and a panoramic elevator have been built. This capacity connection of the floors enables the full operation of the school and social spaces for the public. The operation is divided in normal mode into the school and public parts, each of them has its own entrance and social facilities. The new auditorium serves as a relaxation area for students, but it can be opened to the public in the event of larger events and concerts and other social events can be held here. A restaurant, cafe and basement club are available for all types of operations. The proposal also included a solution to park improvements and new parking capacity.
New synagogue Jablonec nad Nisou
Gorčák, Lukáš ; Baranyai, René (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is the design of a new synagogue in Jablonec nad Nisou. The construction should be an impetus for the return of Jewish traditions and culture to the city of Jablonec nad Nisou. In addition to the synagogue, the buildings also include spaces for the Jewish community and the general public. The building program envisages the design of a synagogue, on the ground floor of which is located the ritual purification bath of the mikveh, then the administrative premises of the Jewish community, a community center with a library, a classroom and a lecture hall, a public part in the form of a kosher restaurant, and a museum with an exhibition space dedicated to Judaism. An integral part of the design is an outdoor public space that offers the possibility of recreation and spending free time. The location of the synagogue has a strong connection with the place of worship of the original burned down synagogue in Jablonec nad Nisou. Spreading awareness and preventing the spread of anti-Semitism is very important to the Jewish community. The building of the synagogue is located in a lucrative area in close proximity to the city center, near an important water feature, the river Lužická nisa. The attractiveness of the area is also complemented by good transport accessibility, especially from the nearby bus station and train station. Good accessibility is also ensured for car and bicycle transport. The individual buildings are designed in a minimalist way, so that they disturb the original historical buildings as little as possible, especially from the period of Art Nouveau and historicism. The form is three imaginary blocks. One separate synagogue is embedded in the slope where the original burned down synagogue was located. Next, two blocks connected to each other by a neck, which are turned towards each other in such a way as to respect the street line and at the same time open up the public space by the river. The facades of individual buildings are finished with concrete screed plaster. The color of the individual buildings is connected with the decoration of the original burned down synagogue. The pure concrete appearance of the synagogue enhances the importance of the sacral space and leaves the possibility of accentuating the decorative brass facade with perforated ornament. The administration and community center building is decorated in yellow tones. The building, which includes a museum and a restaurant, is painted red.
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.
Brno Connectivity / Brno Democratic City
Mojzesová, Šárka ; Šánek, Pavel (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The master thesis deals with the design of urban rehabilitation spa in the centre of Brno. The main idea of the design is to create a quiet oasis full of relaxation and health in the busy city centre. I have created the oasis on the border of Brno-Zábrdovice and Brno-centrum. Zábrdovice is a new development area in Brno, where many residential complexes are currently being constructed. This means that new families, students and other social and age groups will start moving to this location. Oasis is defined as a quiet and peaceful place in the middle of something hostile and disturbing. It is typically accompanied by a blanket of pleasant greenery, a sense of rest and a source of water. In my case, I'm inserting a spa with a rehabilitation wing that offers hydrotherapy and other pool amenities into the bustling centre of Brno. My aim was to offer all people the same feeling of safety and relaxation in a watery and naturally green environment. The spa is also a place where people come together for an experience. To enjoy the environment, the materials and simply to take a break from the everyday hustle and bustle.
CARBON Visitor Center
Wolf, Tomáš ; Šindlar, Jiljí (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
This thesis is devoted to the design of a visitor centre to be located on the territory of the industrial area of the Frenštát Mines in the village of Trojanovice. The design is based on the official architectural and urban planning study prepared by the KAMIL MRVA ARCHITECTS studio and seeks to work with space and spatial relationships in a modern way. The main objective is to attract new visitors and enrich the lives of the future residents of this modern neighbourhood. The design uses openness and enclosure of space to interact harmoniously with each other, creating an organic and connected environment. The aim is to reflect and reflect the character of the area on which the visitor centre will be located, creating a space that is welcoming and functional for visitors and future residents. The theoretical foundations of architecture are key elements in the design of a visitor centre. Spatial relationships are carefully considered and optimized to maximize the use of the space while maintaining its functionality. The overall design is therefore adapted to modern architectural trends and reflects the requirements of the times. The result is a visitor centre that is not only aesthetically impressive, but also fully functional and adapted to the needs of visitors and future residents. The resulting space is harmonious and connected, contributing to a pleasant visitor experience and a quality living environment for the future residents of this modern neighbourhood.
Apartment building with multifunctional
Strigin, Viacheslav ; Borák, Martin (referee) ; Brukner, Bohuslav (advisor)
The subject of this diploma thesis is the design of a new construction of a multi-functional apartment building and the development of project documentation for the execution of the construction. The proposed object is located in the municipality of Brno. The building is freestanding, has five above-ground floors (six in the administrative unit) and two underground floors. On the ground floor, there are civic facilities, a restaurant with a terrace, a space illuminated by an unroofed atrium penetrating the entire building, and a newsagent. In the first underground floor there are 25 parking spaces, basement cubicles for each apartment and technical rooms.
Office building in Žilina
Jakubík, Martin ; Kalánek,, Jiří (referee) ; Ostrý, Milan (advisor)
The topic of the master thesis is the design of an office building in Žilina. The office building is designed in the corner of streets. The building has four above ground floors. Load-bearing structure is a reinforced concrete frame. The elevator space formed by iron and concrete walls creates a stiffening core for the concrete frame. Envelope wall of the building is designed as curtain wall. Roof is designed as flat green roof with photovoltaic panels. In the centre of the building there is an atrium which helps transmit sunshine to the whole building. The building is heated and cooled by two heat pumps. Supply of fresh air is designed with central heating ventilation and air conditioning. The building create more electricity than it consumes, excess electricity is sold to the grid. Hot water is heated by a heat pump. Hot water is storage in one thousand litres storage reservoir. The green roof works as a retention tank for rainwater. The rest of rainwater i sused for flushing and irrigation. The assessment of the building's energy efficiency certificate is A. The third part of my thesis is the evaluation of SBToolCZ. Evaluation of the proposed building according to the SBToolCZ criteria is a gold certificate.
A leisure center
Istvánová, Martina ; Kozubíková, Ivana (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The subject of my master’s thesis is creating a part of a design documentation for constructing a Leisure center with nearly zero energy consumption. The Leisure center is designed as a building with two above-ground floors and a basement. It is a newly-build public building with educational purposes. The building is designated for leisure time education activities for children and youth and organizing various cultural events such as exhibitions and theatre plays. There is a coffee shop on the first above ground. In the basement of the building is a mass garage for 10 vehicles, technical utilities of the building and a storage space. From the construction side the building is designed as a cast-in-place concrete frame with reinforced concrete columns and beams and mainly with cast-in-place reinforced slabs. A part of the building’s ceiling is designed as prefabricated reinforced prestressed concrete floor slab.

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