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Revitalization of Technical Museum Brno
Sirová, Kristýna ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Project of revitalization of Technical museum Brno deals with extension of its complex. Museum has not enough capacity to shelter and expose all its large vehicles. The extension of transport museum is designed as an urban complex based on axes. The large architectural scale presents monumental objects as small as collection of toys. Typology is minimalistic and variable so it could react on various demands of exhibitions designers and public. Analytical part examines researches about museum exhibition's evolution and contemporary trends.
Gallery aviation technology and traditions of aviation at the airport Medlánky in Brno
Kašpárek, Michal ; Marek, Jiří (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor)
The theme of Master thesis is a Gallery of aviation technology and traditions of aviation at the airport Gallery aviation technology and traditions of aviation at the airport Medlánky in Brno. The project insludes overall operation of the sports airport, then deal in detail operations of the museum and related services within the airport. The new campus will humbly entered in the countryside, in an attractive location Medláneckých hills creates another attractive feature and despite the complex operation and movement techniques does not create a barrier to the contrary territory it unites and is a natural center. Airports Medlanky was founded already in the twenties of the last century, and since then the area is relatively non-conceptually grew by more hangars and various outbuildings. Of these, only two were preserved original wooden sheds, which adds yet another new administrative and ceremonial buildings. Operational buildings set limits on technology, the new representative building it closes, and defining a space for people, nature trail connects the area, offers wonderful views and creates a public space that makes passers airport. The whole area is oriented to the back area and opens onto the landscape, wide area thus presents an iconic silhouette reperzentační building. The curve of the building provides space aircraft-makers to fly and allows collision-free movement of people and equipment around the airport and also generates a dignified space for aircraft to fly longer will. Exposure air museum at the second floor of the building and the visitor thus rises to individual gliders that levitate in space, the sun's rays make their reflections on the polished bonnets and backgrounds are vivid airports and skies. The museum offers a walk through the history of aviation in a different context than conventional hangars. The entire building is representative functionally and structurally divided into three parts. The ground floor closer to the a
Olomouc Central European Forum
Jung, Adam ; Gürtler,, Ivan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
This thesis has been prepared as an architectural study. The subject of solved draft is expansion of Olomouc Museum of Art and the new building of the Central European Forum Olomouc SEFO. In the current building of the museum only street part and middle wing of first floor were significantly changed. In the space of a former cinema was placed the Music Theatre. The extension of street is part of the newly designed building SEFO. New public space is above the underground part of the building. This public space covers upper part of the building, which contain new exhibition spaces for museum. Open street part of new building is the main concept of the design.
BUT Area Kraví hora
Trčálková, Miroslava ; Dvořák, Miloš (referee) ; Nový, Alois (advisor) ; Dvořák, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of the diploma thesis is a detailed study of the VUT area at Kraví Hora to a scale of 1: 200. The aim is to combine the interests of VUT and Brno in this extraordinary territory for the benefit of both subjects. For the needs of the city, I created a publicly accessible park in which I placed the VUT museum buildings and the spaces for the promotion of individual VUT faculties that the Technical University lacks. I have also placed the object of the creative business center here. These are rented spaces especially for VUT graduates and VUT employees who want to do creative work. Both buildings with a green walkable roof are embedded in the terrain so as not to disturb the overall impression of the landscape and create a natural transition between the buildings and the city park.
Polyfunction house Křenová
Láníková, Jaroslava ; Boháč, Ivo (referee) ; Šindlar, Jiljí (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The multifunctional house is a part of the row of buildings lining the Krenova street. This house closes the whole line of buildings, so all the houses together create a functional unit. This multifunctional building is devided into three functional parts – a museum, an administrative part and flats. The centre of the building is used as a relaxing area – the atrium. The principle of the design is based on a simple line of block materials connecting to each other. In the front of the house, which is facing the Krenova street, will be situated the museum. The front facade is made of black and white tiles and decorated by a glass ashlar. A second glass ashlar is situated on the east side of the building – the administrative part. This east side will be visible from the newly planned town cirquit. The area in between this cirquit and the multifunctional house will be made into park and will use as a place for relaxation. The flats are situated into the quiet part of the street Skorepka
Revitalization of Technical Museum Brno
Kinnert, Filip ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
Museum is firstly a public building in the city. Although, most of the work of collection, conservation and restauration is being done behind a closed door, with the museum's significance and location it has a great importance by co-creating the city environment. Reviving of our defined project area is potentially a big step for reviving the whole suburb. Technical museum of Brno has relatively good position nearby the Technology park, but currently not using much of the potential. This project adsresses these posibilities and propose a urban solution for enrichment of the museum to become a full-blown place IN THE CITY, a place for meeting, passing through and stopping by.
New synagogue Česká Lípa
Prachař, Jakub ; Velek, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with the design of a new synagogue in Česká Lípa. The subject of the solution is also the design of a Jewish community center, a kosher restaurant and a museum of Jewish culture. An architectural study of A2 format and a reduced copy of A3 format were prepared. A presentation poster in B1 format and an architectural design model in 1: 200 scale were made. When designing the complex, I emphasized the main visual axes from the street to the building. The synagogue is designed as the dominant feature of the whole complex - it is elevated above the other masses of the building. The complex is designed as a single-story mass with a square floor plan. The individual corners are elevated above the other mass. Each of the corners responds with its mass to the internal traffic. In the middle of the complex is a square outdoor courtyard. The expression of the object is to express purity and simplicity - that is why light shades have been designed. The surfaces are covered with white plaster and the concrete surfaces are designed with exposed white concrete. Gold brass elements are designed here as a reference to Jewish wealth.
Orságová, Martina ; Balázs, Ivan (referee) ; Horáček, Martin (advisor)
Thesis contains variants of design and check of the steel structure of museum situated in Brno. The disposition of the building is three storey structure with a story height of 4meters. The building has a rectangular cross looking shape with dimensions 120x80meters. The height of the structure is 21m . Load bearing beams are 6m apart. The main load bearing structure is made of steel beams, truss beams, columns and stiffeners. Global stiffness is provided by concrete cores, composite slabs and stiffeners beams. The roof is designed as a green variant. The facade is made of glass and Corten sheets. Ceilings is designed as steel-concrete composite deck. The main construction material is Steel S235 and Steel S355. The concrete parts are designed from Concrete C25/30.
New synagogue Jihlava
Ernestová, Eva ; Velek, Jan (referee) ; Dulenčín, Juraj (advisor)
The diploma thesis focuses on the design of a new synagogue in Jihlava, and other objects for the Jewish community. These are administrative building, restaurant and a museum. The area where we work is large and it is therefore important to solve the area as well as urbanistically. The diploma project solves a separate building of the synagogue, an administrative building with a courtyard for the Jewish community, a separate restaurant place in tower moat, and two buildings located in the gap of an existing building. One of these objects is used for the Jewish culture museum, the second is polyfunctional. Furthermore, the park areas and underground parking is being solved.
Renewal of the town spa Malé Svatoňovice
Pajerová, Silvia ; Muroň, Ivo (referee) ; Ležatka, Lukáš (advisor) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is the restoration of the former city spa in the village of Malé Svatoňovice. The documentation is based on an architectural study prepared within the subject AG035 Studio of Architectural Creation - Restoration of Monuments. This building listed as cultural monument is situated at the southeast side of Karel Čapek Square. Former function of a spa is returned as wellness on the 1st floor and a boarding house is restored as short-term accommodation on the 2nd floor. At the same time, it is a modernization of the building with an emphasis on preserving its original expression. Main intention was to return the building to its first republican appearance from 1936, when the building was restored after a fire in 1930. This decision stems from the fact that it is the best-preserved layer of reconstruction to these days. Representative views of the building from the square are preserved, as well as the southern view from 9th May Street, which is characterized by an underpass with an impressive view of the square with the church. The building remains multifunctional, besides leaving the function of a spa and boarding house, it leaves doctors' offices related to the overall mental and physical health. Exhibition spaces with art works by the Čapek brothers important for the village of Malé Svatoňovice remain in the building, and a café function has been added to support public life in the square. Structures from the Baroque period, which form the essence of the building, remain without significant structural changes, but the layout is cleared of later interventions - partitions which are dividing space inappropriately are going to be removed. All interventions are designed to be in accordance with the monument restoration and at the same time meet current requirements. Part of the project is the addition of two communication cores, which were necessary for the quality of operation of individual operation and to meet the requirement for ac

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