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The Designs for Transformation of Bata's Architecture in Letná District, Zlín
Kaliská, Linda ; Bergmann, Ivan (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The increase of standard of living in Bata´s semi-detached house in the district Letná in Zlín.
Reconstruction of Medov court Hermanuv Mestec
Grünwald, Jakub ; Mikeš, Stanislav (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor) ; Kalousek, Lubor (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor's thesis is to draw up the project documentation for the building permit and also to make parts of the documentation for the execution of the construction. The project proceeds from the architectonic study which was worked out during the summer semester in 2019 in pursuance of the subject AG035 Architectural design studio V.- Monument restoration. The main topic of the study is an overall reconstruction of the homestead and finding a new functional use of the listed building. The assigned parcel of land is situated in the Masaryk's square in Heřmanův Městec. The building historical research states a proof of the existence of the homestead already in 1591. The complicated constructional history of the object is in accordance with its function to provide a farming, dwelling and administrative base for the adjoining, aristocratic mansion. Towards the end of the 18 century this building went through the classicism transformation which has been defining its external appearance up to now. These days the building is mostly used as accommodation for a socially lower class which resulted in the deterioration of its technical state. This piteous situation more and more endangers the protected values of the listed building. The primary aim was to find the right concept with respect to the functional use of the solved object. The whole effort was aimed to create such a functional content which would breath life to the Medov's homestead and will open its door to the inhabitants as well as visitors. In the object there are situated premises that will not directly endanger or degrade the listed building by any their activities. These premises will make a maximal use of the homestead possible in the course of all day. Last but not least I also put an emphasis on the economic aspect of the building by placing restaurants, small shops and an administrative center in order to generate a certain financial benefit for the town.
Castle Zdounky - conservation and restoration in the area
Franková, Tereza ; Kolouch, Jiří (referee) ; Hrabec, Josef (advisor)
The aim of the present thesis is to carry out an architectural study for the reconstruction of the chateau complex Zdounky, located near Kroměříž in Litenčiče Downs. The chateau complex covers the area of ca. 9 hectares and consists of a four-wing chateau, a Baroque granary, a new farm building with an old orchard, and a large landscape park in the English style with a number of small-scale buildings such as a greenhouse, an ice house and other valuable and remarkable natural sites, for instance an old lime tree alley or a restored animal park. The proposal complies with the intention of the current owners, i.e. to use the complex as a centre for environmental education of the youth and to make it available to the general public with an interest in nature and ecology. Therefore, the main goal of the study has been to find an optimal urban-architectural solution in order to preserve the historic value of the buildings and at the same time allow the possibility of using them for their new purposes. The concept of the reconstruction is influence by the correspondence of the surrounding landscape, the place’s history, the historic value of the individual buildings and the morphology of the terrain. The whole complex is organized in order to give the impression of unity where all the functions are connected in a logical way. It was the division of the complex into public, semi-public and private zones that represented the main guideline for the present plan. The design of the reconstructed chateau includes the semi-public and private zones - it comprises both the educational centre with accommodation as well as the owners’ residence surrounded by a private garden. The Baroque granary is reconstructed and used as a museum. Additionally, a new orangery is added and its facilities used for a cider house (in the form of a small café) where local production commodities are sold. Both of these are open to the general public as well as the chateau park. Furthermore, the design includes a trail around the chateau. For the purposes of the present thesis, it was necessary to find and redraw the old plans, verify and document their true condition and measure the Baroque granary, whose documentation was completely missing.
Evaluation of industrial heritage
Navrátil, Oldřich ; Králová, Eva (referee) ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Ryšková, Michaela (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The main subject is evaluation of effective use in terms of care (not only within protection of monuments) in order to save and protect industrial heritage. Pointing out on critical issues connected with the end of production of traditional branches which played the key role in historical development of our cities. Nowadays abandoned buildings and sites are represented by memory of the place or its prosperity. New owners often don't share the positive approach to the industrial heritage, developers are seeking new sites, cities and inhabitants have developed new needs through the time. The work will demonstrate examples within European context and will make recommendations in monitoring and classification of industrial heritage to prevent undo able losses.
Revitalization of farm housing
Kurillová, Monika ; Mizerová,, Lenka (referee) ; Smolka, Radim (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is project documentation of the revitalization of a farming estate for living purposes. The complex includes four buildings in the city of Vitín in Southern Bohemia. Originally built in the 17th century, this estate falls under the care of historical monuments. This thesis deals with rehabilitation of wet masonry and reconstructing three buildings of the estate. The original perimeter walls are mixed, a gabled roof. Building A and C are two floored, building B is one floor. Presently only building C is used for living, the others serve as storage. Part of the reconstruction includes an extension wind lobby, indoor parking for a personal automobile, and a conservatory. The new structures are designed from aerated concrete Ytong blocks, Liapor and sprayed insulation made of polyurethane foam.
Architectural study of the new use of the former Bruntal Regional Court
Ševčíková, Alžběta ; Lýsek, Radim (referee) ; Hrabec, Josef (advisor)
The diploma project deals with a creation of an architectural study of the new use of the former regional court building in Bruntal with regard to its location, disposition, regulation plan, conservation protection and economic evaluation. It contains two possible versions of its use and adaptation to current requirements and standards. It also focuses on an adaptation of the close surroundings of the building in relation to its needs and to return the complex into the functional unit of the city.
Bučovice - residential area Za zámkem
Měřínský, Michal ; Šindlar, Jiljí (referee) ; Hrabec, Josef (advisor)
The content of the thesis is a study of the new use of brownfield, which was created by the termination of the UP Závody furniture company in Bučovice. The subject of the study is the urban design of a new residential area, with additional, required and related functions. The design of the site, including the newly subsumed buildings, is only created at the urban level. In the form of an architectural study, one selected (reference) residential block of an urban complex is then solved. An important aspect is the reaction to the nearby presence of the renaissance castle by observing the preconditions for the monument care.
Methods of quantifying the value of threatened immovable monuments
Merta, Petr ; Elingerová,, Helena (referee) ; Blažek,, Jiří (referee) ; Dlesková, Zuzana (referee) ; Tichá, Alena (advisor)
Dilapidated immovable cultural monuments, care for them, their salvation and any other use or conservation for future generations is the last time hot topic. Despite the xpensive maintenance and often significantly (whether awaited or already paid) investments in these objects we are more and more aware that these monuments are an integral part of the cultural heritage which uniquely demonstrates creative work, effort, attempt, way of thinking and craftsmanship of previous generations, making it an indispensable and irreplaceable source of knowledge of national history and it is our moral responsibility for the cultural heritage of the past to properly take care of. More and more it is true that the level of preservation of the monuments reflects the maturity of the social system, the public sentiment and democracy in the country. In this doctoral thesis the issue of cultural immovable monuments, definitions of basic concepts in terms of valid and prepared legislation and a general description of conservation including points of view on the value of historically valuable objects and the determination of this value, is introduced. Furthermore, the basic methods usable precisely for the quantification of value including examples of their use, description of the suitability for specific needs or drawbacks of each method, are processed. The proposed methodology for quantifying the value by using multipliers is carefully documented and then presented on a specific investment objective of reconstruction and further use of the dilapidated cultural immovable monument. The aim of the doctoral thesis is to prove or disprove that the use of the multiplier of production of the national economy can build the appropriate method for quantifying the value of investments in immovable cultural monument.
Evaluation of objects in Kurial's archive in the area of Uherské Hradiště /extended to include listed objects/
Korčáková, Alžběta ; Mgr.Dr.Jitka Matuszková (referee) ; Ing.arch.Dušan Riedl,CSc. (referee) ; Ledinská, Jarmila (referee) ; Žabičková, Ivana (advisor)
The goal of this doctoral thesis is to map and evaluate the current situation of folk architecture in the region around the city of Uherské Hradiště on the example of selected villages. Later, these findings will be compared with the archive of prof. Antonin Kurial. The text has been extended to include currently listed buildings and output of this work is a new catalogue of buildings of folk architecture in the above mentioned region.
The Designs for Transformation of Bata's Architecture in Letná District, Zlín
Ovčiariková, Kvetoslava ; Bergmann, Ivan (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
The diploma project is focused on screening the possibilities of increasing the inner area of the residences within the former workers-housing area Letná in Zlín. The targets of the project are: - To create an attractive residential district, composed of contemporarily re-designed working class spaces, - To support the district as a unit, which can be able to react on the actual demographical requests and conditions, and - To support the district, which should be able to compete with the new rising accommodation districts through its prevalent qualities. The result is a design consisting of 3 main variations of the default house extension. The added cubic elements present a solution for the problems most commonly seen in the district in its actual state; the house extension creates a transition between the private inner space of the house and the outer public space. The proposal allows maximal living space while minimizing construction size extension.

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