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Walking through the landscape, picking herbs together
Bernadová, Antonie ; Johnová, Martina (referee) ; Lungová, Barbora (advisor)
One goal of the work is to update herbalist practice for the current context of possible futures from a queer ecological perspective - to present a guide that can be read through the lens of inclusive prepperism. Furthermore, it strives to record and map the solidarity and community uses of herbs, mushrooms and woody plants in the author's social connections. The work is viewed in the context of collective care, resilience and its possibilities. Thematically, the work is straddled by the successive branching of intersectional contexts, an assemblage of media, memories and experiences. It is a compendium of recipes for working with herbs, mushrooms and woody plants collected among friends, supplemented by recipes from personal practice. The recipes are interwoven with stories, interviews, testimonials and experiences. The work is a multimedia c It takes the form of a digitized book. The text is complemented by original illustrations, audio content and video. To increase accessibility, the book will be freely available on the internet.
COMMUNITY LEISURE CENTRE
Baršová, Monika ; Volnohradský,, Radan (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
The thesis focuses on the architectural design of the Community Leisure Centre in the original gardening colony located in the location of Brno-Jundrov. The facility is designed as a multi-purpose centre and tries to combine spaces for recreation, sport, relaxation, education or workshops. It is a two-storey building, where the ground floor is designed in the form of a wooden building and the underground floor is made of reinforced concrete construction. The building is located in the area of a community garden.
Cultural Centre of Velké Němčice
Pchálek, Arnošt ; Pyszko, Marek (referee) ; Nový, Vítězslav (advisor)
The master’s thesis is focused on reconstruction of cultural buildings in town of Velké Němčice. These buildings are situated in the part of town called Městečko. The buildings were built in 70s – 80s in 20th century and nowadays they are past their technical, functional or aesthetic expiration mark. The concept idea is in lines of thinking that town square does not have a compact structure due to radical interventions in second half of 20th century and is undefined. The concept idea is working with services actually functioning within these objects and it is improving and simplifying their connectivity. The main aim of this master’s thesis is reconstruction of current objects of cinema, old fire station and culture hall and creating functioning object for the use of local community.
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.
How will we live together?
Wintner, Roman ; Kocián, Václav (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
In my thesis How We Will Live Together I deal with the phenomenon of participatory housing. The first phase of the thesis is a research in which I analyse types of community housing from abroad, I examine the history of collective housing in the Czech Republic. I focus on different possibilities of participation within housing, which I demonstrate with real examples. I try to point out the still insufficient support of similarly oriented projects that could have a positive impact on the development of the housing issue in the country. In the second phase of the thesis, I develop a characterization of a fictive group of people, a community, on which I try to demonstrate the functioning and feasibility of a participatory housing project and the bottom-up model. The result is an architectural design on the site of the former sugar factory in Šlapanice, taking into account the interests and needs of the site and the community. It is a kind of reflection pointing out the possibilities and variability of the implementation of such a project in specific Czech conditions. I am basing my ideas on a foreign model, which I am trying to transfer to the territory of a more relaxed development. An important consideration in the work is given to the questions of the future in connection with housing. In the project I am working with the design of 5 different buildings, one of which also serves as a common centre for the community. The buildings are characterised by different approaches to design according to the individuality of the group of owners. I bring further considerations of possible functioning through the different zoning of the plots without strict subdivision and the different approach to the use of cars. As a paradoxical response of future housing, I bring a return to tradition and customs similar to the village environment. Not only in connection with cultivation, poultry farming, escape from hecticness, but especially with an orientation towards real values and healthy relationships, which can be mediated precisely by participatory housing.
How will we live together?
Sochorková, Tereza ; Joura, Ivo (referee) ; Kratochvíl, Jan (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to propose a solution for build-up area on a land in a currently neglected and uncultivated precint of a former sugar refinery of Šlapanice, extending between the streets Nádražní and Dlouhá near the centre of this smaller town. The design of urbanism of the place comes from the prethesis project. The whole land is approached as most penetrable, and above all for walkers. Automobile transport is slowed down by the indirect course of roads, which emanate through the precint, that, as a whole, is conceived as living zone. Thus, emphasis is placed on on amiability of the place, pleasant scale of buildings freely distributed on a whole land, which per se is a large park serving as a space for meeting. Respect towards to existence of nature, as an important and unavoidable constituent all around us, is intensified by the line-up of the precint to passing river Říčka along the east border of the estate. I have tried to approach the desing itself as a most beneficial not only fur human beings, but also for the animals and nature per se, which deserve a sufficient space and respect. It is the effort and connection of the nature and people, which accompanies the whole design, in which not only the variability of objects as currently needed, ecological, economical, readily and fast construction are intended, but above all to learn to handle energy and food sources, to value their price and to know the cycle, which stands behind their obtaining.
Naturkulturstadt Brno Židenice – Garden vineyards
Lietavová, Veronika ; Sedlák, Jan (referee) ; Kiszka, Josef (advisor)
The topic of diploma thesis is an ideological processing of a conception which will allow for a gradual transformation of a gardening colony to a place of primary living and improvement of pedestrian passages, because the area is inaccessible nowadays. The goal of this proposal is not a controlled and sudden change of the whole area it is the opposite of that, it leaves space for the autopoetic growth of the area. The proposal introduces new complementary functions in important points of the area, centres, from which not only the area of Židenický kopec will profit, but also other parts of the city of Brno. New functions respect the tradition of cultivation and gardening in the area, which is deeply rooted in this location and brings new forms of production of crops, thanks to which the districts of Židenice and Vinohrady can become more autonomous in the future. The focal point of the diploma project is a proposal of one of the chosen areas derived from urbanistic conception. The project of research centre with food production at the top of the Židenický kopec, which will become an “ecological lighthouse”, a new way of effective cultivation of crops using technology to obtain natural resources and improvement of sustainability of cities. Together with the gardening colony the research centre will allow the inhabitants of Židenice and Vinohrady an access to locally sourced food and will increase the awareness about many aspects of growth and the source of the food.
Radio
Matyášová, Hana ; Štětina, Roman (referee) ; Klímová, Barbora (advisor)
The goal of this work is to create a radio station at FFA and to start with building space for sharing audio across faculty. Radio creates a space of possible sharing and collaboration. The activity of content creation, where a collective of people come together, becomes important in this regard. Radio also captures the audio image of FFA through an ever-growing and never-ending archive of music created by current and former members of the academic community. An important point in the development of the work has been the event and broadcast of the Unambitious Studio which dwelled into Environment studio. The Unambitious Studio was based on the author's own research and addresed questions of the nature of the studio and its transformations, forms of ambition. Inspired by the principle of the Unambitious Studio event, the thesis Radio will be presented in the defence on 16 May 2022 with the (Un)ambitious Radio event. Inspired by the principle of this action there will be action (Un)ambitious radio as presentation of master's thesis Radio.
Granery in Slaný
Pániková, Natália ; Valový, Přemysl (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
ANNOTATION The task of the bachelor's thesis was to verify the possibility of using a listed Baroque granary in the town of Slaný in the Kladno region for the needs of local residents. By analyzing the place in the context of the city and the wider environment, I came to the conclusion that it is worth preserving the granary in its majestic form for future generations. The possible overuse of the functional use of the old granary beyond the borders of the region is expected in the future. It is also considered with the possibility of conversion to current needs and use in the future. The granary has always been here for the local people and as long as it stands, it will continue to complement the unmistakable character of the city.
Sustainable housing on the edge between individual and collective
Pokrivčák, Marek ; Foltýn, Kryštof (referee) ; Toman, Radek (advisor)
The project of a housing complex on Červený kopec shows the possible ways of modern living. Preference of ecological forms of transport, life in a community near the nature or transport accessibility are some of the main elements of this project. The main division of surfaces dominates the urbanistic aspect of the project. There is the urban and green surface, whose proportion changes based on the character of the place. Somewhere the greenery is dominant, elsewhere it is the urban surface. Then there are surfaces of the community garden and a public park, which clearly defines the relationship between the private and the public spaces.

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