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Multifunctional building
Malyjurek, Jakub ; Havířová, Zdeňka (referee) ; Lavický, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of this master´s thesis is to draw up a project documentation for the construction of a multifunctional building in the cadastral area of the Jablunkov town. The building plot is located in the outskirts of the town. The building is designed as a detached unit wit 3 above – ground floors and a cellar. The building has a designed structural wall system made of sand-lime blocks. The ceiling and roof structures are made of monolithic slabs. It is roofed with a single-span vegetated flat roof. In the underground floor there are cellars, a technical room, a day room, a cleaning room, a room with the main electricity distribution board, a workroom and storerooms. On the first floor there is a pharmacy and a café. On the second floor there are office premises and on the top floor there are 4 residential units. Three apartments are designed as 2+kk and one is designed as 3+kk.
Multi-functional building
Rakhmanov, Vadim ; Sláma, Ludvík (referee) ; Mohelníková, Jitka (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis is to elaborate the project documentation of a multi-functional buildimg in a build-up area on the territory of the city of Prague in the Prague - Satalice district. The multi-functional house is designed as a four-storey, basement over the entire area with a flat roof. On the 1st floor there is a storage rooms, a technical rooms and a gym. 1st floor intended for sales areas and a cafe. The 2nd and 3rd floors are designed as cellular offices and the 4th floor is used as an open space offices. The supporting structural system of the building is a monolithic column with monolithic ceiling slabs with hidden holes. The foundation of the building is designed as a monolithic reinforced concrete slab with monolithic reinforced concrete walls. The perimeter walls designed as a Porotherm masonry system and are insulated with the ETICS contact insulation system. The building meets the requirements for barrier-free use. The project documentation also includes a basic assessment of the building from the point of view of building physics. The hotel building is designed as a building with almost zero energy consumption.
Office Building
Gnezdilov, Mikhail ; Tománek, Jan (referee) ; Košíčková, Ivana (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the preparation of project documentation for the construction. It is a new administrative building in the city district of BrnoMedlánky on Purkyňova Street. The building is detached, underground and has one underground floor and three above-ground floors, finished with a flat roof, with a terrace on the third floor. On the underground floor there is a collective garage for 15 vehicles, including technical rooms for the operation of the building. On the ground floor, there is a security room and cloakroom, an archive and a lobby with a reception area located at the main entrance. They are connected by two corridors, a staircase area and a lift. In the left part of the building there is a rest room, sanitary facilities a meeting room and a cafeteria. On the right side of the ground floor there is a small office supply store, staff changing rooms, a print shop and a lecture room. The second and third floors are identical in layout, they are designed for two small companies On those floors there are cellular offices, rest rooms and sanitary facilities a room for a secretary and a director's office. The maximum number of employees on the second floor is 30, and 22 on the third floor. The building is designed as a monolithic reinforced concrete frame and is based on monolithic reinforced concrete footings. The infill perimeter masonry is made of Porotherm ceramic blocks. The ground floor partitions are made of plasterboard, fire-resistant laminated glass and Porotherm ceramic blocks. The partitions on the other floors are made of plasterboards of appropriate properties.
Platform Urbanism – Digital platforms and their role in the city
Indruch, Ondřej ; Bílý, Radoslav (referee) ; Palacký, Jiří (advisor)
The theoretical diploma thesis follows up on the undergraduate work examining the issue of „Platform urbanism“ using the method of studying literature. Starting with physical platforms, their interconnection with digital platforms and the concept of a smart city, to a possible overlap into virtual reality. The theoretical diploma thesis examines the transformation of urban space through digital platforms from the perspective of experience and knowledge from advanced development abroad to early development in the city of Brno in order to answer the established research question: „What is the role of platforms within the city and how do they influence its development?“ Through knowledge from undergraduate work and the connection to the concept of a smart city, three main sectors - transport, real estate, shopping, and three additional sectors - health, identification, communication - are selected with regard to city life, basic human needs and representation on digital platforms. According to ownership, individual sectors are divided into those managed by the city, region and state and otherwise by private companies. Specific representatives of digital platforms are divided according to the scale of the platform or operating company into three fields - local, regional, global. This creates an up-to-date overview of relevant digital platforms operating in the city of Brno in order to answer the second research question set by the author during the work: „Is it possible to compile an overview of urban platforms that affect city life and development?“ To gain experience and knowledge in the city of Brno, a questionnaire survey was conducted focused on individual sectors of digital platforms operating in the city. Based on local and foreign knowledge and experience, a SWOT analysis is compiled for individual sectors of digital platforms. The examination of individual sectors is concluded by a critical evaluation and subsequent recommendations or solutions. The research on the issue of platform urbanism, specifically digital platforms, is finally evaluated from the author‘s point of view. Based on research findings, the author theoretically proposes a digital solution with possible global application and a physical solution for a specific sector of actors operating in Brno.
Platform Urbanism – Digital platforms and their role in the city
Indruch, Ondřej ; Bílý, Radoslav (referee) ; Palacký, Jiří (advisor)
The theoretical diploma thesis follows up on the undergraduate work examining the issue of „Platform urbanism“ using the method of studying literature. Starting with physical platforms, their interconnection with digital platforms and the concept of a smart city, to a possible overlap into virtual reality. The theoretical diploma thesis examines the transformation of urban space through digital platforms from the perspective of experience and knowledge from advanced development abroad to early development in the city of Brno in order to answer the established research question: „What is the role of platforms within the city and how do they influence its development?“ Through knowledge from undergraduate work and the connection to the concept of a smart city, three main sectors - transport, real estate, shopping, and three additional sectors - health, identification, communication - are selected with regard to city life, basic human needs and representation on digital platforms. According to ownership, individual sectors are divided into those managed by the city, region and state and otherwise by private companies. Specific representatives of digital platforms are divided according to the scale of the platform or operating company into three fields - local, regional, global. This creates an up-to-date overview of relevant digital platforms operating in the city of Brno in order to answer the second research question set by the author during the work: „Is it possible to compile an overview of urban platforms that affect city life and development?“ To gain experience and knowledge in the city of Brno, a questionnaire survey was conducted focused on individual sectors of digital platforms operating in the city. Based on local and foreign knowledge and experience, a SWOT analysis is compiled for individual sectors of digital platforms. The examination of individual sectors is concluded by a critical evaluation and subsequent recommendations or solutions. The research on the issue of platform urbanism, specifically digital platforms, is finally evaluated from the author‘s point of view. Based on the findings of the research, the author theoretically proposes a local solution with a possible global application.
BUSINESS CENTRUM VÍCHOV
Jůzová, Terezie ; Vojtová,, Lea (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of the thesis is the architectural and urban design of a large area of production halls on the outskirts of the small village of Víchov. The thesis follows up on the undergraduate project, which addressed a wider area. The design included a residential area, growing areas, and a production area. The project addresses the production part of this area in more detail. In the area, a commercial and administrative building is designed, which serves to represent the area, as well as six production or storage halls. Some halls have a predetermined use but, in the future, it is possible to use them for another type of production or storage. The basic concept of the design was to divide the production part into several buildings. The division is based on the slope of the terrain. Individual buildings respond to the terrain by placing them along contour line. The buildings are designed to fit into the village as much as possible. Thanks to the existing alley of mature linden trees and the subsequent planting of other linden trees, the production area will be partially shielded from housing construction. The proposal seeks to respect Green New Deal.
BUSINESS CENTRUM VÍCHOV
Eliáš, Václav ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of the thesis was to develop the production part in depth from the pre-diploma project, where we dealt with the whole parcel as an architectural-urban design. Here the whole plot was being solved with a development proposal in the upper part, the owner's house, production part and growing areas. In the thesis itself we are only dealing with the production part in more detail. There are two buildings in the production complex – the first, located closer to the entrance, is the administration building containing the management of the premises, the shop of products from the main production, the cafeteria for employees and the accommodation on the second floor. The second one is the production object located in the background – it is a single compact block that includes the entire desired program of the produce. It is a two-storey building that is embedded in the terrain from three sides and the upper part has a passable working yard in the middle. From the beginning, the basic concept was to design a complex object that would include all the required services and would respect the character of the village development, into which it should fit. There is a mature greenery on the parcel to which the design is linked and is supplemented with a new one – thanks to it the proposed objects are shielded by this “green wall” and does not act as a dominant element in the landscape. Simultaneously, it acts as a natural filter between the production and the residential zone. The proposed design is trying to respect the Green New Deal.
Democratic Architecture – Kamenný vrch
Borkovcová, Tereza ; Moler, Vít (referee) ; Palaščak, Michal (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with architectural design of a building near gable of a prefabricated house on Kamenný vrch in Brno. My building is one of four designed projects at this spot. All the buildings created the center that has been missing before. It brings new functions to the locality and also new people. Residents of the building are constantly changing thanks to its function, which are offices for startups, temporary accomodation and added foyer with small bar not just for residents. Space is the most variable as it can be, so it can be used by residents as they please.
Multifunctional building
Mikudík, Patrik ; Blažková, Vendula (referee) ; Daněk, Lukáš (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is to elaborate the project documentation of a newbuilt multifunctional building in Považská Bystrica. The multifunkcional building is designed as a three-storey without basemen. In the first ground floor there are dental and gynecological surgeries with facilites, a cafe and director's office. In the second there are office spaces with facilities for rent. On the level of the third floor there are two-rooms flats and one four-room flat, while there are also storage spaces for each of the flats. The building of the multifunctional house is based on reinforced concrete foundations. The vertical construction system consist of reinforced concrete perimeter walls and perimeter reinforced concrete columns in combination with an internal load-bearing walls of the reinforcing core of the building. The partition walls are designed as a plasterboard walls. The horizontal load-bearing structures are made of reinforced concrete prestressed panels. The roofing of the building is designed as a flat one-layer roof. The roof of the terrace consist of an extensive vegetation flat one-layer roof. The roofing of the awning at the main entrance to the building is design as a reinforced concrete monolithic console with one-layer flat roof a skylight. The building is insulated with the external thermal insulation composite system (ETICS). The façade of the communication core of the building is made of brick cladding. The rest of the façade is made of a thin layer white plaster.

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