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Restoration of the monastery in Šternberk
Janečková, Klára ; Kocourek, Tomáš (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor)
The task of the diploma thesis was the development of an architectural study of the restoration of the former Augustinian monastery in Šternberk city and the compositional layout of the adjacent area. Since 1993, the monastery has been owned by the Šternberk municipality, which is trying to gradually revitalize it. The goal of the proposal is to carefully use the existing building and make the monastery garden accessible to the public. In response to the demands of the investor and the coexistence of the church, a primary art school, restaurant, wine bar, hotel, ceremony hall and exhibition spaces were designed in the building. The inner atrium was covered by glass roof and completed with an elevator and stairs. In connection with the proposed functional use and due to inadequate access to the premises, an underground parking lot was placed in the western part with the possibility of entry to the courtyard in front of monastery. Two new entrances were created to the garden, connecting Opavská street with Zahradní street.
Center for seniors in Brno-Medlánky
Šešulková, Jana ; Klimecký, Martin (referee) ; Gerö, Jiří (advisor)
The task of the diploma thesis is to design a retirement home corresponding to the contemporary needs in Brno-Medlánky, which is based on the pre-diploma project of the urban structure design in the same locality. The site has a great potential for the development of the area, it allows for the future location of the missing functions that are missing in Brno-Medlánky, and thus to create an attractive location for quiet living with good transport links to the centre of Brno. The project of the retirement home seeks to create a quiet and attractive place for the elderly, where they can also take advantage of the activities offered in the vicinity, while not disturbing their surroundings. The site is located on the western border of the urban structure under consideration. It is bounded on the western side by the adjacent existing building, which is the office building of the software company Artin. On the north, south and east sides the area is bounded by a service road. The main access to the building is on the eastern side. This is mainly pedestrian access via the main entrance. This is oriented to the park with individual functions and is thus easily accessible, especially for the residents of the retirement home. The main guest parking area is located at the southern end of the site, with additional parking located at the main entrance. Car parking for staff and residents of the retirement home is proposed in the underground garage of the retirement home. The building is located in a predominantly green area, the aim of the work was to adapt the building as much as possible to its surroundings by designing biosolar roofs and getting the greenery as close as possible by using internal green courtyards. The greenery was also worked with inside the building, with atria created in parts with greenery and skylights that also bring natural light into the space. The design tries to respond to the surroundings and to the whole urban structure, and tries to make the whole site accessible to the public and thus exploit its potential.
Detached House
Šulák, Radek ; Zichová, Barbora (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The main topic of this bachelor thesis is the elaboration of the detailed design documentation for a new family house in the village of Troskotovice. The aim is to design the layout of the building with almost zero energy consumption, to choose a suitable structural system and supporting system, and to solve the building's embedment in the ground. The family house is a two-storey building with an energy-efficient wall system using ceramic brick blocks. The shape of the building is U-shaped, creating an atrium in the southern part, which is the main architectural element. The ceiling structure is made of reinforced concrete. The roofing is designed with a flat double-skin roof. The work also includes a structural and physical assessment.
Víchov cider house and cannery
Holíková, Magdaléna ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the preparation of project documentation for building permits and part of the documentation for the implementation of construction based on the assignment, witch was provided in the course BGA021 – Architectural Design Studio 2. in the winter semester of the 2nd year on the topic of industrial building. The subject of the study is the design of a new industrial building. The facility will be used for the production and distribution of cider and it is presentation to the public. The parcel is located in the village of Víchov, which belongd to the catchment area of Černošín, in the Tachov district in the Pilden region. The concept of the architectural concept was to create a space that would suit the intended industrual aktivity, while at the same time it is material design would not contrast with the architecture of the nearby village. There are 3 single-storey volumes which, with their shape and butteresses, mirror the function located in them. The production area, finished in gray plaster, is elevated and covered by a shed roof. The storage area is finished in gray plaster and covered by a flat green roof. The main volume is finished in white plaster, This functional unit includes a showroom, entrance hall, changing room, offices and staff canteen with access to the atrium.
Gallery of Modern Art Brno
Jaroměřský, Ondřej Oldřich ; Obrtlík, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the design of a modern art gallery in Brno, Czech Republic. The building serves as a new cultural and educational centre, which creates a new landmark for the inhabitants of Brno. The site is located close to the historic centre of Brno, on the site of the former city walls at the Koliště ring road. There is a tram stop Malinovského náměstí at the main entrance to the site. Two paths lead to the plot from the planned city park, which will be built on the site of the ČD railway siding. The last access to the site for pedestrians and cyclists is from the newly designed footbridge over Koliště Street, which will connect the city park with the new parking house in Koliště Street. The adjacent surroundings of the building, including the parterre with park landscaping, are linked to the future development of the Brno Ringstraße and thus complete the planned green belt around the historic heart of the city. The designed building is six-storeys high, with two underground floors used mainly for parking not only for gallery visitors but also for residents of the surrounding area. The underground parking garage can be accessed via two wheelchair accessible entrances located opposite the main entrance to the gallery, with a vehicle entrance located on Koliště Street according to the new regulatory plan, which plans to build a parking building there. The gallery section itself is made up of four storeys, with the central part of the layout serving as an elevated atrium going through all the storeys, covered by a glazed skylight. This space is used to display large-scale art that can also be hung in the space. The first floor contains, in addition to a lecture hall, cloakrooms and two offices for the gallery management, a workshop room, an open space with refreshments, a technical room and three staircases that go through all floors, including the basement. The first staircase is located at the back of the elongated atrium and, together with the lifts, serves as the main vertical communication in the building. The remaining two staircases with lifts serve as escape routes in the case of fire, leading out of the building on the first floor. All floors are also connected by a hydraulic freight elevator, which is used for the supply and delivery of artworks to the building. The remaining floors with the same layout are primarily used as exhibition spaces with a view into the atrium from the gallery balconies. There are always sanitary facilities for visitors to the building and also preparation rooms for the exhibition spaces. The appearance of the building is heavily inspired by 20th century Brno architecture, both in terms of the material context and the morphology of the building. The heavy and dignified base of the building is formed by a ventilated facade with ceramic brick strip cladding, which emphasises the seriousness and importance of the institution housed in the building. The envelope of the remaining three floors is also made up of a ventilated facade, but with curved perforated panels of anodised aluminium and white powder painting. This upper part of the building, as if shrouded by a curtain, emphasises the fragility and uniqueness of the artworks exhibited, thus protecting them from the world around them, and at the same time highlighting their importance in contemporary society.
Víchov cider house and cannery
Řezáčová, Anna ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor)
Víchov-Černošín, cider house, cannery, new construction, administration, production, storage, sustainability, barrier-free, brick load-bearing system, atrium, metal roofing, green roof
FCK Technology bro
Chvátalová, Clara ; Ponešová, Barbora (referee) ; Štěpán, Marek (advisor)
In my project, I am addressing the task of transforming the site of the current Malenovická sawmill into a new housing development. Tomáš Batas’ street, which is the defining interfering element of the location, will be visually and acoustically shielded by an administrative building with a commercial ground floor and an eight-story polyclinic building on the corner. Providing a natural dominant cover for the new urban structure, we will find the quiet residential zone in the periphery containing the apartment buildings. A key element of my project is the semi-enclosed atrium, which provides a thermoregulation zone based on the chimney and greenhouse effect.
Portugal elderly home
Keblovská, Lucie ; Wolf, Petr (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the design of a house for the elderly in Barreira, Portugal. The building is designed to accommodate vital elderly people who do not need round-the-clock nursing care and, in addition, the building offers the possibility of cultural and educational use for the public. The site in question is located on the outskirts of the town in a quiet neighbourhood of family houses with a connection to vehicular and public transport. It is also connected to a pedestrian road leading to the city centre. Access to the site is designed both on the western side, where it directly connects to the main road, and on the eastern side, where a secondary road runs along the site. The site slopes steeply to the east and the property is therefore largely set into the ground. The main idea of the design is "a house interspersed with nature". The three main materials - green steel , light coloured plaster and oak wood - are complemented in many places by plants and trees that are close to Portugal, such as olive trees, lavender, etc. The whole building is embedded in the ground so as not to appear massive from the street and this, among other things, achieves a moment of surprise when entering the building. At the main entrance, the building appears unobtrusive, enclosed and extends from one edge of the property to the other. From the lower road, however, it is possible to see the building in its 'full glory', because at that moment it opens out into the landscape and one can observe the action on the galleries. From the eastern path one can see the three floors and the garden between them. Life in the building is thus cut off from the main road and provides beautiful views. The building is designed to clearly distinguish between public, semi-public and private space. In the layout, emphasis is placed on ensuring privacy for the residents even though the building is open to the public. The U-shaped layout offers a great opportunity to place the client accommodation units at the foot of the building, where they are afforded privacy and quiet, with public spaces in the central part of the building for meeting and socialising. With a central entrance directly adjacent to the social spaces, the public does not have to walk through the building to reach these spaces, and it is the residential units that are located away from the main entrance that offer privacy and quiet. The courtyard between the residential tracts offers part outdoor seating, part herb garden and/or ornamental garden. It is also directly connected to ramps leading to a separate chapel building. The chapel has a rectangular plan and is set into the ground so that its roof is loosely connected to the surrounding terrain. The entire complex is designed to be wheelchair accessible, whether it is the entrance doors or interior doors, landscaping or evacuation
Motel for truck drivers in India
Navrátilová, Petra ; Šubrt, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The subject of the assignment is the design of a new motel in India that provides its participating party, mainly truck drivers, 3 different levels of rest: a quick stop for rest and refreshment, areas for sharing and eating food, areas for sleeping and longer rest, all in a cost-effective way. The parcel is located in the west of the city of Kannadi. There are no existing buildings on it and the surrounding land is used for agricultural purposes. A slip road from National Highway 544, which connects Salem in Tamil Nadu and Kochi in Kerala, will be taken to the site. The motel is located approximately in the middle of the site. Truck park is located at the back/north of the site so that the motel is clearly visible from the highway. There is car park in the front part of the site. The motel is inspired by the nalukettu house, which is typical for the region. The fundamental building block of the entire motel are two two-story blocks where the accommodation units are located. These blocks are enclosed by solid walls, protecting the rooms from noise and overheating. The heart of the house is the courtyard, to which the surrounding rooms are directed. Through this courtyard, the sun enters the rooms and they are also ventilated by it. The dining and social part is located near the road, which can also serve non-accommodating guests (bistro, store and public toilets). The glass facade supports the magnetizing attention of customers. Thanks to the trucks park in the back part of the site, a corridor was created and connects it with the front part. From the corridor there is access to secondary and storage areas, through a light-lit door. From there, guests can also reach two almost identical two-story accommodation blocks via the reception. There are cell rooms in them, including an entrance hall, sanitary facilities and two four-bed rooms. The right block include a barrier-free room on the 1st floor. The front part of the motel, which is also accessible to the public, is divided into 2 parts. The left half contains the shop and public toilets and the right bistro with service areas. Materials are selected with regard to sustainability, locality and high quality, such as thermal permeability, acoustics or fire safety. The structural system is mixed, made of brick blocks and reinforced concrete columns, reinforced concrete ceilings and a floor. The facade is pre-set wall made of recycled burnt bricks. The interiors are covered with clay plaster.
Aquatic centre
Kudelová, Aneta ; Řehák, Filip (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis, entitled Aquatic centre, deals with the design of a three-story building for water sports activities. The site of the proposed building is located in the city district of Brno - Pisárky on the land of the former wastewater treatment plant, on whose existing reinforced concrete structure it is also designed. The building consists of one underground and two above-ground floors. The building includes a pool hall with a 50-meter swimming pool, a whirlpool, a non-swimming pool and a children's pool. A wellness center with a small fitness facility is planned on the second floor. There are eight saunas in the wellness area, two of which are steam, three whirlpools and two cooling pools. Two of these hot tubs and one cooling pool are designed in the spaces of the outdoor terrace. These facilities are connected by a central cloakroom. The building also includes spaces for the clubhouse of the rowing club and a storage room for canoes. The structure of the building is divided into two parts: a wooden structure made of slatted beams and columns for the pool hall and a reinforced concrete skeleton structure with perimeter reinforced concrete walls for the rest of the building. The roof is an L-shaped counter with a vegetation layer. In the middle of the building there is an outdoor atrium, also with a vegetation layer. Most of the building, apart from the glass facades, is covered by an external metal facade with added vegetation.

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