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How will we grow up together?
Polanská, Andrea ; Müller, Rudolf (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
My diploma thesis is based on my pre-diploma project called “How will we live together?”. The project was a collaboration of the whole atelier (collective), the result of our work was theoretical concept and urbanistic arrangement. We have done research and defined these terms: reciprocity, globalization and sustainability. Afterwards, we have applied our research on our solved area of the former sugar refinery in Šlapanice. The aim of our concept was to break the borders between the young and the old generation and between the individuals and the families. The concept was questioning the conventional lifestyle. Therefore, our urbanistic design was miscellaneous and was also helping to connect people of different ages. In the end, we had three questions to answer: How will we live together? How will we work together? And finally, how we grow up together. The last one has become the subject of my diploma thesis. The aim of my thesis is to design the draft of a kindergarten conjoined with housing for seniors. The designed complex should encourage people to interact. It should be a place to spend time together, create an intergenerational social network, and make the communities more attractive. It is not just about connecting seniors and children, but also about creating a community. The project is also concerned about a sustainable future in harmony with nature, because it can solve many world problems.
Revitalization and Renewal of the Town of Velké Němčice
Slámová, Nikola ; Hýl, Michal (referee) ; Havliš, Karel (advisor)
The diploma thesis follows up the design of a senior-housing building in a small town called Velké Němčice. The design project was preceded by the creation of “Strategic Plan for the Sustainability and Possible Development of the Residency” in the form of a book publication based on analyzes, research of the area and discussion with the members of the city council. According to this publication several specific topics were created for more detailed elaboration. The solution of senior-housing belongs among the other goals of Velké Němčice town since as other small towns in Czech Republic they face the same problem of an aging population. As a part of a project there were selected various potential locations for senior-housing buildings and possible forms of these facilities were considered. The selected plot is located in the very center of the town nearby school, football field and also residential area. It was necessary to work with these aspects in order to achieve the best result both for seniors and for town residents. The building design is intended for self-sufficient seniors who still want to be part of social interaction both with town residents and with the younger generation. In a case of reduced mobility the apartments are designed in a way that can be easily modified and seniors do not need to move to another location. Common areas (indoor and outdoor) are used for recreation of all residents of the house including meetings with relatives and close friends. The outer part of the residency serves as a space where the process of socialization takes place the most. The pre-diploma thesis was developed in a group as a team-work and this cooperation also continued during the individual assignment of diploma theses. The common goal of all collaborators is to improve the environment of the town and life in it itself.
Housing for seniors
Vrbický, Josef ; Donaťák, Vladislav (referee) ; Donaťáková, Dagmar (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the design of a new building of a free-standing building for housing for the elderly, in the form of project documentation for the construction. The building is designed brick with monolithic reinforced concrete ceilings. Perimeter masonry is designed from ceramic brick blocks th. 300 mm supplemented by contact insulation system ETICS th. 200 mm, which will be provided with silicone plaster with a grain size of 1.5 mm. The internal load-bearing masonry is designed from acoustic ceramic brick blocks of thickness 250 and 300 mm. The partitions are designed from acoustic partitions. The ceilings are designed with a heavy floating floor with excellent acoustic properties. The roof above the two-storey part is designed as a single-skin flat with extensive greenery. Above the three-storey part is a hipped roof made of lattice trusses and sheet metal roofing. The windows are designed with plastic insulating triple glazing. The balcony railing is designed for aluminum with safety glass filling. The building is heated by a gas boiler and controlled ventilation is designed throughout the building using a central recuperation.
Hevlín – place in the landscape
Javůrková, Terezie ; Veselá, Markéta (referee) ; Foretník, Jan (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the urban structures of Hevlín, solves mainly the area of the current centre and the specific design of housing for the elderly and the medical house. After the bombardment of Hevlín at the end of World War II, an empty space was created in the urban structure, which became a square. However, its scale does not correspond to the urbanism of Hevlín, nor to the scale of human. A large space belongs to transport, parking and greenery, not to people. The aim of the work is to create a conceptual design of public spaces in the current centre of Hevlín. The aim of more detaild design of housing for the elderly and the medical house try tu interpret the attributes of a village house and at the same time reflect the current need of living.
Housing for Seniors
Pilík, Václav ; Blažková, Vendula (referee) ; Daněk, Lukáš (advisor)
The diploma thesis is elaboration of project documentation of the object Housing for seniors in Brno - Dolní Heršpice. The site is located un the area with the planned development of the city. The object is detached, three-story with a partial basement. The building is divided into five parts. The building is based on concrete foundation pads and strips. The structural construction is a combined column and wall system in technological design as monolithic concrete. The building is designed as a low energy building, with contact insulation (ETICS). The whole building is designed with forced air exchange. An extensive and intensive walkable flat roof is designed. The aim is to create small, barrier-free, community housing with affordable services and support, with a possible life expectancy. Services for the elderly with reduced self-sufficiency and with mild health and mental dysfunctions are considered. The building is equipped with space for accommodation with a capacity of 48 beds, space for eating with a separate kitchen, space for leisure and physical activities, space for basic health and social care and space for administrative and technical facilities. The construction is divided into several buildings, the subject of the thesis is primarily the solution SO.01 - Housing for seniors
Business strategy planning to implement new service for the elderly - retirement homes
Náhlovská, Markéta ; Trpišovský, Milan (advisor) ; Lejsal, Matěj (referee)
Planning of a business strategy for the introduction of a new service for seniors - a house for seniors The diploma thesis deals with the business plan in the area of housing for the elderly with respect to individual needs. The thesis is composed from theoretical and empirical part. The theoretical part of the thesis defines the basic theoretical starting points and concepts of strategic management and business plan. We have worked on housing issues for seniors, including the latest trends. We describe the demographic situation and the related aging policy in the Czech Republic. In the empirical part of the thesis, we obtained data on the needs of seniors through quantitative research. The aim of the research was to find out the interest of prospective clients for services in residential facilities for the elderly. The research was carried out through distributed self-study questionnaires for seniors living in the Central Bohemia Region. On the basis of the obtained data, we were able to carry out a general and field analysis including an analysis of the internal environment. Environmental analyzes are outlined in the SWOT analysis. We then worked out a complete business plan proposal. This business plan proposal was created in the area of housing for the elderly. We called this project the Home...
A Great House for a Small Town
Michna, Adam ; Keith, Petr (referee) ; Vojtová, Lea (advisor)
The subject of master thesis is conversion of grounds of the former specialized school in in the centre of Rousínov town. It is placed senior housing, center for children and youth, starter flats for young people Into the existing building. New building of café continues to the exhibition area is placed on small square. The proposal deals in detail with surrounding area, which are part of the grounds and are directly linked to the buildings. Effort is to open currently closed grounds to the public, to create high quality of the public space with suitable fillings for its visitors and residents of the flats.
ResPublica/Civitas Socialis - Strachotín
Malík, Lukáš ; Zadražilová, Miroslava (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The house is located in a quiet part of Strachotín. The plot itself is now used as agricultural land. The bio corridor belt creates a natural dominance around the area and ensures safe drainage of water during torrential rains. The concept is based on a wide range of services and care. The home for seniors will become part of the life of all seniors in the village and nearby. Supporting home-based autonomy allows seniors to live in their own home and only use the services that are available. Visits and social activities are a matter of course. Accommodation in the house itself will preferably be provided to seniors who require constant care. The operating standard of the home is designed to a very good standard. The home offers a barrier-free environment, single or double rooms. Meeting rooms are an important part of the house, along with a garden and bathing biotope. Separate living from operation guarantees a high level of privacy and allows direct contact with the garden.
Housing for Seniors - Křenovice
Leharová, Alexandra ; Plášil, Jiří (referee) ; Boháč, Ivo (advisor)
The main purpose was to find an ideal solution for the area in the village Křenovice u Slavkova and to design housing for seniors. The surrounding of the parcel offers us a fairly good functional amenitie and good accessibility. Within walking distance are restaurants, a patisserie, a post office, a municipal office and a general practitioner, as well as sports facilities. The proximity of these features is a great asset especially for people with reduced mobility. Another attractive aspect is the easy accessibility of the surrounding countryside. Urban design is mainly based on the idea of natural human movement and perception of space. A person likes certain order, but on the other hand, the human eye can easily be deceived, so we can disturb the terrain of the receding facade, but the human eye will still perceive space as a street. On the other hand, i tis also importan to break the strčit geometry and give the place a pinch of nature. In the case of a design, it is an artificially created pond in the center of the territory. There are main pedestrian ways to get to both the railway station, the municipal office, the village center, kindergarten, etc. The territory is generally divided into two parts – housing for seniors, which is situated in a quieter part of the territory behind the municipal and to the social part, which is situated in the noisy areas. The architectural solution is trying to remind the folk architecture, which thanks to the large construction of the typified houses disappeared, mainly due to suburbanization. It was necessary to focus on the elements and features of folk architecture that are typical of the Křenovice area and then re-shape them according to their feelings into modern architecture. Three types of buildings are proposed for housing: House No. 1, House No. 2, House No.3, and café-cinema.
HOUSE ON THE EDGE – Valašské Meziříčí, Sokolská Street
Matušková, Martina ; Ruller, Ivan (referee) ; Trefil, Zdeněk (advisor)
The solving area is situated in Valašské Meziříčí, in a place of the past fortification. Three streets, threee houseds, three functions. Three courtyards, three entrances, three high levels. The main aim was to create horizontaly componated object together with plesant public space adapted to a human scale.

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