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Restoration of the Renaissance Town Hall in Hostěradice
Vican, Martin ; Mikeš, Stanislav (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis was to develop project documentation for a building permit in part B and construction execution documentation in part C. The developed project documentation follows on from the subject AG034 – Monument restoration studio. The topic of the studio work was to propose a solution for the restoration of the Renaissance town hall in Hostěradice, which now serves only as a grocery store and a gym. All the spaces of the town hall are falling into disrepair, but the village of Hostěradice is starting to invest in gradual repairs and improvements not only to the building itself, but also to the surrounding area. After completing a workshop in the building, which resulted in a preliminary structural and technical survey of the building and the basic considerations of the residents of the village and the council, I arrived at the basic concept of the restoration of the town hall. I will rid the building of all redundant constructions that divide vaulted spaces and redundant extensions. By demolishing the attached stage, I isolate the historic building, to which I then design a modern extension with hygienic and technical facilities. It is connected to the historic town hall by a glazed space with a communication core, from which you can reach all the used spaces. The purpose of the restored building will be to represent the village at social events. All spaces will be converted into halls, galleries or facilities for refreshments in the form of catering and a bar. With this approach, I plan to preserve the valuable layers of the Renaissance building and at the same time add a new layer to the town hall that adapts the building to modern needs.
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.
Malá Amerika in Brno
Kalmykova, Valeriia ; Bažant, Lukáš (referee) ; Novák, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the design proposal for a new multifunctional building called "Malá Amerika" in Brno, based on an architectural study conducted within the course BGA021 - Architectural Design Studio 2 - Public Buildings. The aim of this thesis was to prepare project documentation comprising documentation for building permits, construction documentation, and architectural detail design. The proposed building is in Brno near the historical industrial structure "Malá Amerika" and the Titania buildings, within the area bounded by the streets Úzká and Nové sady. The multifunctional building "Malá Amerika" includes offices, art galleries, a library, a restaurant, cafes, rooftop terraces, and spaces for events. The new construction respects the existing urban and architectural structure of the surrounding development. It consists of five standalone buildings interconnected by an underground parking lot. The massing is composed of several blocks at different height levels connected by accessible terraces. Streets and squares with many interesting perspectives emerge between the individual buildings. The building is connected to "Malá Amerika" by an accessible terrace and designed not to obstruct the historical structure. Towards the Titania buildings, the volumes of the individual building components increase. The project's intention was to create a multifunctional building that would not only be an introverted structure benefiting solely from its perfect location and existing urban infrastructure but also feature ground floors full of commerce and services accessible to passersby even after working hours.
Culture in numbers 2023
Dedera, Milan ; NIPOS, Národní informační a poradenské středisko pro kulturu
Statistika kultury se zabývá zjišťováním údajů o činnosti kulturních subjektů (např. návštěvnost, kapacita, vzdělávací akce, vydané publikace, výpůjčky, čtenáři). V předkládané brožuře jsou zveřejněny vybrané údaje za následující obory: divadlo, galerie, muzea a památníky, hvězdárny, planetária a astronomické pozorovatelny, veřejné knihovny, památkové objekty zpřístupněné za vstupné, neperiodické publikace a periodický tisk. Údaje ekonomické povahy jsou k dispozici pouze za subjekty veřejného sektoru, kulturní subjekty v soukromém sektoru je neposkytují.
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Revitalization Program of Floral Garden in Kromeriz
Koželouhová, Anna ; Vojtová, Lea (referee) ; Hrabec, Josef (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is the design of the revitalization of the foreground of the Květná garden in Kroměříž and of the service building for visitors. When solving the project, the first ideas were initiated by its strong social context. The garden art has always been a reflection of its own period. The founders of gardens – the aristocracy, monarchs or clergy – have used gardens as a means to represent their social status. They have tried to point out the things that have been conceived as artistically and technically (and later socially) progressive and correct. The main ideal concept of my project results from these facts and considerations. I seek to represent today’s era and society – within the meaning of the good, what they could and according to my opinion should bring to each other. And what they perhaps do… That is why I apply knowledge of today’s technique and ecology in my project – in terms of the use of local natural materials and renewable energy resources. At the same time I try to take advantage of and to give support to the frankness of today’s society and to create a project with a social and human overlap. I incorporate a function of a temporary sheltered housing into the area and support integration of people into the society through garden works and therapies. Last but not least – I would like to open the gardens to the broadest scope of the laic public and to create not only an esthetic function, but an educational as well. From the architectural point of view, I tried to bring contemporary components into the garden, which, however, respect the historical evolution and the temporary situation and connect to them. In the Holandská garden I placed the visitors centre into the ground plan – a path of the former “casino”. It closes up this lengthwise space, it creates a notion of continuance of the colonnade of the Květná garden (and transcription of the arcade on its façade), and it balances the dimension of the tropical glasshouse on the other side of the garden. Regarding the solution of the garden space, I respect the cross axes of the Květná garden as well as the main longitudinal axe of the foreground. I create a simple composition of larger sheets with two new “piazzas” – at the place of the renewed Neptune’s fountain and in front of the visitor’s center. By creating the elevated sheets I add the third dimension to the parcel. In the southern part of the foreground I compose functionally different spaces along the longitudinal axe. Hence, visitor’s attention is non-violently drawn to the aviary. Crosswise, the garden is divided into several parts – the representational one (by the cold glasshouse), the agricultural and educational one (but no less attractive) with the garden centre, and the leisure area of the aviary and the so called “rabbit hill”.
Modern Art Gallery Brno
Skořepová, Lucie ; Fišer, Jiří (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Štěpánek, Ladislav (advisor)
The new building of the Modern Art Gallery in Brno is situated at South side of the hill called Kraví hora, near the city center. The building site is relatively spacious and its location follows on park. Also the whole urban solution concept of the site follows the park idea. The gallery park should serve as an outdoor exhibition space as well as a communication point between two sides of the hill – Náměstí míru and Veveří street. So the main initial points of the design are freedom of movement, passage of nature and to be surrounded by the art. The Modern Art Gallery project consists of the main building and other small buildings used as studios. In the main building of the gallery there is an exhibition place, educational center, library and other services for the visitors. The small studios situated in the garden should be rent to the starting artists. They would have there their hinterland for work and exhibitions, so the public can have personal contact with them. The shape of the building is based on a slightly deformed cuboid. The middle part is taken away, so there is an opening in it. This opening forms a vista through the building and a covered public space as well. The building works with two main views of the city. The first one is through the middle opening in the building and the mass of the building frames it. The second one is from the roof terrace of the building on the Brno dominate – Špilberk castle.
The Restoration of the Former Zlín County Court
Gášek, Daniel ; Keith, Petr (referee) ; Vojtová, Lea (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The aim of the thesis was to create documentation for building permit and a part of building design documentation, based on architectural study prepared in subject named AG34 – Architectural Design Studio IV. Main content of the study was reconstruction of the former Zlín county court building and finding a new function for the object that is situated near Zlín castle, Míru square and Svobody park. Basic idea of the project was to utilize as large part of the prime building as is possible, avoid increasing of the built-up area and design a context-friendly object that will bring some new life in this part of the town. Important was also underlining of the most impressive parts of the building that are baroque vaults in the ground floor and frontage from 1922 in the “Czech Modernism” style. Worrisome extension from the 1990’s got a lighter “Czech Modernism” expression, its scale was humanized using brickwork and a new terrace with a clear shot at the Zlín castle was created. The parterre is now friendlier and invites passers-by to visit the new micro-brewery. A literary café with a small gallery provides some cultural activities and also a bicycle rental is here to provide some physical activities too. Upper floors consist a pension and a hostel.
Reconstruction of the cultural center Ronov nad Doubravou
Venclík, Ondřej ; Špiller, Martin (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Struhala, Karel (advisor)
The aim of the thesis was to create documentation for building permit and a part of building design documentation, based on architectural study prepared insubject named AG34 – Architectural Design Studio IV. Main content of the study was reconstruction of the cultural house next to the main hall. Building contains dancing hall, restauration and high garret. Basic idea of the project was to deconstruct latest part of the buildings from courtyard. Today in year 2020 the spaces are small for new function and are not valuace. Thats why the latest parts will be break down. Building plot is located on Chittussi square. The original house is now standing between townhall and family house. At immediate proximity is located also resturations, school and church. Plot is quite flat and horizontal. Part of the project is also landfield inside courtyard, where also kids from school are playing.
Multifunctional House
Hetych, Martin ; Janík, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kalousek, Miloš (advisor)
This thesis focuses on the design of a multifunctional building in the village Nebovidy. The building will be used for sports, cultural events, entertainment and administrative activities. The building is located in close proximity to the municipal office. The building is divided into two buildings - rear hall with offices and a hall itself. Background has 3 floors and a partial basement. The structural system is a wall with a gable roof with dormers. Hall has a supporting structure made of steel and is partially sunk below ground level.

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