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Apartment building in Třinec
Cieslarová, Nikol ; Pobucká, Slávka (referee) ; Petříček, Tomáš (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the development of project documentation for a new residential building in Třinec. The building has three above-ground and one partially underground floor, which was created due to the sloping terrain. The main entrance to the building is located in the basement, but the terraces on the first floor have free access to the garden on the west side of the building. There are seven residential units on the upper floors, which are connected by a common main corridor with a staircase and a lift. In the basement there are fourth individual garages, cellar boxes, a utility and cleaning room and a wheelhouse with a carriage room. The structural system of the building is designed as a transverse wall. The foundation will be solved by foundation strips of plain concrete. The ceilings consist of monolithic reinforced concrete slabs. The roof is designed to be flat with a polyolefin foil covering. The bachelor thesis includes project documentation for the construction.
Flat House Staré Město
Dobiáš, Daniel ; Novotný, Miloslav (referee) ; Novotný, Miloslav (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the design of a flat house in Staré Město. The building has a basement and four above-ground floors. Flat house has a total of 12 residential units. In the basement there is technical room, cellars, a drying room, a bicycle shed and one residential unit. On the first, second and third above-ground flours there are three residential units. On the fourth above-ground flour there are two residential units. The building is based on foundation strips. The construction system of the building is a wall made of Heluz ceramic blocks. The horizontal supporting structures are created from a folded ceiling structure from POT beams and Heluz MIAKO inserts. Flat house is covered with a single-layer flat roof. Movement between floors is ensured by a reinforced concrete monolithic staircase and ane levator. There is a parking lot in front of the building and next to the building.
Apartment building
Šošovička, Dominik ; Vystrčil, Jan (referee) ; Jelínek, Petr (advisor)
The assignment of the bachelor thesis deals with the design of a new residential building in the city district of Brno-Jehnice on Blanenská Street. The proposed building is freestanding, set into the plane. It has four storeys, a built-in elevator between a double staircase and a vegetated roof. The main entrance to the apartment building is provided from the north side. On the 1st floor there are cellars, technical background of the building and two apartments with their own front garden. In 2.NP to 4.NP there are 6 residential units with adjoining cellars. On the third and fourth floors the supporting structure gives way and creates terraces. The perimeter walls are made of ceramic block masonry with contact insulation. Horizontal structures are designed as reinforced concrete monolithic ceiling structure.
Porta Coeli complex - new use of selected objects
Bendová, Kateřina ; Maar, Radek (referee) ; Boleslavská, Yvona (advisor)
The theme of the thesis is to analyse the functional use of the whole area of the Cistercian monastery Porta Coeli in Předklášteří u Tišnova and to prepare a study based on it, which focuses on the conversion of unused buildings and the design of new functional use. The study also includes a proposal for an architectural redesign and the adaptation of the outdoor spaces in the area. The work focuses mainly on the former granary and the former sheepfold. The original buildings retain part of their external appearance but are supplemented with new window openings. A new use is proposed for the granary in the form of a hotel with accommodation and a restaurant. The sheepfold is converted into a multifunctional hall that will be used for various social events. In the vicinity of the two original buildings, a new facility is proposed to complement them. It will only contain sanitary facilities for visitors and spaces for performers. The work also includes the landscaping of the outdoor areas on the grounds. The overall aim of the work is to bring a new function to the site that can operate independently while respecting the historic and spiritual character of the monastic setting.
Apartment building
Šafr, Matěj ; Vaněk, Vojtěch (referee) ; Utíkalová, Ivana (advisor)
This bachelor thesis focuses on the development of project documentation for the construction of an apartment building. It is a building with 10 storeys and a full basement. The above-ground floors are mainly residential units and partly studios. This multi-storey building is also equipped with an elevator and an underground parking space, which is accessible by a car lift. The ground floor also houses a bicycle shop. The residential building will be located on the cadastral territory of the municipal district of Černá pole [610771], the entire building is located on plot number 3794 in Brno. Vertical load-bearing structures are designed mainly as reinforced concrete, then ceramic masonry in the higher receding floors. Horizontal load-bearing structures are designed as monolithic reinforced concrete. The roofs of the building are designed as flat single-skin roofs with an extensive vegetation layer, terraces are constructed with ceramic tiles. The foundation is designed on piles with a diameter of 600 mm and a waterproof monolithic reinforced concrete slab.
Flat House
Kaválek, Daniel ; Novotný, Miloslav (referee) ; Novotný, Miloslav (advisor)
In my bachelor´s thesis, I´ve designed an apartment building located in Prague Čakovice. The building is placed on an even plot at the Čakovice housing development area. There are three above ground floors with ten residential units and one underground floor with a common garage. Every residential unit has its own balcony and a cellar unit. Sixteen parking spaces are available in total. Furthermore, each flat on the 1st above ground floor comes with a terrace and a private garden. The comunication spaces consist of the entrance hall, a three-flight staircase, and an elevator leading to all the floors. On the above ground floors, the vertical bearing and separating structures are made of ceramic blocks, on the underground floor of reinforced concrete. The perimeter walls are thermally insulated by a contact insulating system. The horizontal bearing structures are made of reinforced monolithic slabs of concrete. The roof is flat, single-ply.
Family house with office - Ostrov u Macochy
Šamalík, Pavel ; Pilík, Václav (referee) ; Eliáš, Luboš (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the design of a new family house with a design office and a partial basement, for which project documentation for the construction is being prepared. The proposed family house is located in the western part of the village of Ostrov u Macochy and is designed as a detached partially basement building with two floors and a garage. The family house is designed for a family of five. It is a single dwelling unit. The entrance to the building is situated on the northwest side. The "design office" is accessible from the vestibule of the house. In 1S and 1NP there are mainly spaces for communication, so we have a quiet zone mainly in 2NP. The living rooms are mostly situated on the south side and this ensures sufficient sunlight for the whole building. The building is insulated with the ETICS contact system and is designed from YTONG aerated concrete wall elements, the horizontal structures are reinforced concrete monolithic and the whole building is based on foundation strips. The house is designed with a gable roof with pitched dormers on both sides, allowing access to the balcony. The roofing is designed with ceramic folded roofing tiles of anthracite colour. A vegetated flat roof is chosen over the garage. The façade will be finished with white silicone scratch plaster and bonded brick cladding.
Multi-generational house
Staňo, Lukáš ; Vystrčil, Jan (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis was the creation of project documentation for the implementation of construction for the construction of a new two-generation family house in Na Výsluní Street, in the town of Chlumec nad Cidlinou, cadastral area Chlumec nad Cidlinou [651800]. It is a proposed detached building, which is partially underground. The floor plan is rectangular. The building will have one underground floor and two above-ground floors. In the basement there is a technical background of the building, storage space and laundry. On the first floor there is the first of two residential units. On the second floor is the second residential unit with a terrace. The roof is flat.
Apartment building
Supiková, Tamara ; Kacálková, Lenka (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
This bachelor's thesis focuses on creating project documentation for the construction of a nearly zero-energy building. The objective is to design the layout, structural system, and load-bearing system with appropriately selected materials and structural elements. The Building Information Modeling (BIM) method will be applied during the documentation process. Each floor will accommodate two residential units of different floor plans. In addition to the staircase, an elevator has been designed in the common areas. The underground level includes storage rooms, a technical room, a cleaning room, and a stroller room. The project includes detailed drawing documentation, as well as a building physics assessment and visualization of the structure. The predominant construction system consists of masonry walls using ceramic blocks for the perimeter walls and reinforced concrete for the internal load-bearing walls. The roof is designed as a truss with a suspended ceiling.
Apartment building in Frenštát pod Radhoštěm
Krišková, Kamila ; Pobucká, Slávka (referee) ; Petříček, Tomáš (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the design of a new apartment building in Frenštát pod Radhoštěm. It is a detached apartment building with 4 above-ground floors and a partial basement. There is a cafe on the first floor, and 6 apartment units with balconies or terraces are designed on the remaining floors. On the south side of the property there are 14 parking spaces for residents of the building and at the same time visitors to the cafe. The vertical structural system in the above-ground part is solved using Porotherm ceramic fittings with the ETICS contact insulation system made of mineral wool. A partial sub-basement is designed from the fittings of the lost formwork. Horizontal structures are made of monolithic reinforced concrete slabs. The building has a simple rectangular floor plan and is based on foundation belts and reinforced concrete footings. The entire building is covered with a single-layer flat roof.

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