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Restoration of the former fast in Hodíškov
Centner, Václav ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor's thesis was to develop the concept of the studio work from the first semester of the third year, which we originally took from concept to documentation for the building permit in part B. Furthermore, the design was finalized in the documentation C for the implementation of the construction. The actual topic was the restoration of the fast house in Hodíšek, which has long since lost its original purpose and is now used as council housing for non-domestic local residents. The Rychta has also undergone several alterations to try to bring new qualities to it, which have been rather contradictory. The Rychta is located in Hodíškov, which is a small village among the hills of the Highlands. We drove to the place through winding roads barely wide enough for one car. Around the roads there were grown-up houses and we actually felt a bit like in another world after arriving from Brno. The Rychta stands on a hill, separating the former sugar factory from the rest of the village. From the hill the tavern looks down on the village and looks majestic as the patron saint of the place. There is also a small pond in the village, which makes the local climate more pleasant and provides a home for all kinds of animals and plants. Hodíškov has 150 inhabitants, so the fast house with its farm wing exceeds the capacity of the locals' demands for a place where they can meet and hold public gatherings. Therefore, in connection with the romantic nature of the place, I thought that the fast house with its farm wing could serve as a setting for weddings and larger social events. This will allow me to bring a more generous spatial experience to the vaulted spaces in the farm wing and restore the spirit of the interior spaces that has been lost during the remodeling of the past years. In my approach to the heritage values of the fast house I am trying to restore its dignity and grandeur on the other hand not forgetting and denying its history which has been so tarnished. Different parameters apply to the economic wing. During the rebuilding process, there were attempts to bring it closer to the speedway with various façade elements and the like. In working with these two buildings I try to establish firmly where each stands and what its role is and was. The wedding program required increased accommodation capacity, which I solved by adding a "barn" to the rear yard space.
Restoration of the renaissance town hall in Hostěradice
Tulis, Zdeněk ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor)
The aim of the bachelor thesis was to prepare project documentation for building permits and construction implementation based on an architectural study, which was created within the course BGA036 - Atelier of Monuments Restoration. The subject of the study was the restoration of the listed Renaissance town hall in Hostěradice, which had lost its original purpose as an administrative building and is now waiting for a new use. The bachelor's thesis of the restoration of the town hall in Hostěradice is based on the requirements of the building owner, the analyses carried out on the site and the spatial limits that the building and the area under consideration allow. Based on this input, a concept is developed that combines historical and modern building layers into a coherent solution and brings new cultural and social life to the building. The use of the Town Hall premises are designed with the size and needs of the community in mind. The proposed spaces are multifunctional and will allow for a variety of indoor and outdoor cultural events. Commercially rentable studios and service spaces including sanitary facilities are also part of the solution. The bachelor's thesis also includes a focus on the urban context of the town hall, improving the building's structural and technical performance and achieving a unified expression of the building using modern elements. The town hall aims to become a cultural centre of the village that retains its historical value.
House of dignified old age Ivanovice
Svatošová, Antonie ; Klimecký, Martin (referee) ; Gerö, Jiří (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is the design of the new-build Home of Dignified Old Age. The building is located in the centre of the city district called Brno-Ivanovice. The front of the proposed structure faces the square in order to complete the view side of the village square and, simultaneously, complete and precisely define the area. Both the ambience and environment of the village are reflected by the layout and height elevation of the design. The floor plan is divided into four blocks interconnected by connecting necks. By organizing individual blocks of construction around the inner yard, the building builds on the layout of the farm buildings of the existing village development. More than a half the land of an irregular shape is occupied by the designed structure while the remaining part of the property is intended to be transformed into parking spaces, an access road and a leisure park. Vertically, the new building is divided in two diverse manners - in the frontage and as a whole. The front of the building adds one vertical dominant to the existing buildings, whose dominance co-creates a coherent look. Notwithstanding the design of the front, the structure of the rest of the new-built is divided into several levels within individual blocks. The main reason for this breakdown is the need to illuminate the entire complex with natural light. Sunlight, thus, falls across the lowest southern single-storey building on to three-storey blocks and, moreover, into the courtyard area. The single-storey block is connected to the two-storey ones by a three-storey block so that the height differences feel continuous. The design of the building and its immediate surroundings is intentionally without barriers. The House of Dignified Age contains 21 separate housing units that are divided into three categories. The allotment is based on the level of implementation of barrier-free spaces that each individual housing unit meets. In addition to the apartments, the premises are designated for service staff, a doctor's office, a care home and a dining room. Indoor and outdoor social spaces are designed to host events as well as informal gatherings. The operation of the proposed home for the elderly should provide users with a quiet, cultured and enriching environment for living with the opportunity to create new social connections.
Residential Complex in Brno - Komín
Trojanová, Kristýna ; Enev, Martin (referee) ; Makovský, Zdeněk (advisor)
Compact housing with nice big nature garden. Structure consist of two parts with courtyard
Wine Farmstead in Jaroslavice
Vala, Jiří ; Stříteský, Pavel (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
Key strategy of the project works with hidden potential of the former loess quarry and its terrain modification. Finding the closure between the winery and the landscape. To merge, to reach the symbiosis. They winemaking area is situated in the heart of the slope, to keep the wine in stable environment and creating the retaining wall at the same time. Concept is build on a traditional principles of agricultural yard and connection of partial functions through it.
To Dvur Kralove by train - Transfer Terminal in Dvur Kralove nad Labem
Černá, Tereza ; Sedláček, Jan (referee) ; Ponešová, Barbora (advisor)
During the design process, I used the approaches of individual transport and pedestrian facilities to the plot. When analyzing pedestrian access, it became clear that the parcel can be taken from almost all directions, so the orientation of the terminal is not clearly predetermined. In connection with a diverse surrounding area that at present does not offer any attractive surrounding scene, I decided to turn the orientation towards the center to create a yard that will link individual transport sites, allow access from all corners of the parcel, and create a central area for visitors of terminal.
Cultural Center Brno
Juračková, Lenka ; Marek, Jiří (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Berková, Petra (advisor)
Bachelor thesis expands an architectural study elaborated within the framework of the course AG33 to the stage Documentation for permission of construction and Documentation for building permission. The topic of the thesis is a Culture Center in Brno, for which was selected a lot on the street Údolní in front of square Obilný trh in a slope under the Špilberk. Close to the lot is located University hospital Brno – maternity hospital and the building of Public Guard of Rights and historical build-up area from 19. century, which strictly keeps a street line, this street line was disrupted by gap site during the 2. World War, due to the bomb fallout. New building of the cultural center is designed in this gap site between two historical houses and completes original frontageline. The main idea of design was to keep the fromtage line and at the same time interconnect by designed project an opposite square with a park and castle Špilberk. Object comprises three parts. The main object is in the shape of a letter L and its back part is partly built in the slope, in bigger wing of the building is located a foyer, a big concert hall, performers, staff and technical facilities and storage area in the first floor, small conference hall with foyer in the second floor and gallery in the third floor, in smaller wing café and gym are located. Second part includes sheltered penthouse in the shape of letter L which is designed in form of steel structure, which is adjacent to the main object and thus creates square-shaped yard. The cover at the same time creates sheltered passage from Obilný trh onwards to Špilberk. Third object is the smallest one, it has cuboid shape and it is defined as a commercial space especially for free-time activities.
Kopřivnice – Housing along Kopřivnička
Kóňová, Patrícia ; Mašek, Radomír (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
The prefabricated apartment buildings are on the west bank of the river and family houses on the east bank of the river. On the east side there are private areas of family houses and on the west side there are prefabricated buildings with poor quality public spaces. There is only the anonymity of the city, isolation and a lack of human dimension. My concept solves the problem of combining two opposing approaches. It emphasizes neighborly relations in the form of community and the development of community thinking. What should urbanism that unites people look like?
Music Club Brno
Modlitba, Zdeněk ; Teplý, Vladimír (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Štěpánek, Ladislav (advisor)
The theme of the project is a new music club with reharsal rooms and recording studio in the center of Brno, Obilní trh. The site is situated on the slope next to the castle Špilberk. The proposal is based on an openness to the public, trying to captivate, pull in and make a passerby the visitor. The whole complex is made of three solitary objects that escalates its scale from view and trying not to create a barrier, but rather give the impression of accessibility. The site of this complex, along with trees, creates a park enviroment which enables the views to the castle Špilberk. The buildings are partially buried in the hillside terrain and directly connected to the extensive green roof, which creates a friendly terrace where you can watch the street or the artists inside the building. Functional content is divided into three objects. The largest one is a music club, including foyer, 2 music halls, terrace allowing views to the Obilní trh, backstages for musicians and garages. The second, single-storey building with a courtyard includes ateliers, reharsal rooms and a sociable relax corridors. The last, two-storey building includes a recording studio, which is situated right inside the courtyard.
Welcome to the world!
Synková, Veronika ; Kmošek, Vojtěch (referee) ; Mléčka, Jan (advisor)
Childbirth as a natural part of life, where the woman giving birth has prime position and the option of choice. She should feel free and accepted - to be able to give birth physiologically (without unnecessary external interference). Physiological childbirth as the best for a woman, a baby and their relationship. Up to 80 % of women do not need a doctor to give birth, but only a "suitable environment". In my diploma thesis I propose a "maternity house". This concept is well-known abroad, in our country it is a new type of care. For this purpose, I use two existing houses, which are owned by the city of Blansko and stand next to the hospital.

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