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Mountain family hotel
Kupčoková, Ivana ; Dýr, Petr (referee) ; Žalmanová, Petra (advisor)
The Master thesis deal with the design of a recreational object , the type of a mountain family hotel nearby the town of Brezno in middle of Slovakia. The goals will be to design a recreational and sports complex respecting nature and tradition. Mountain family hotel should offer accommodation and the possibility of spending an active holiday for tourists and families with children.
Urban and architectural study of environmentally friendly tourist area Strachotín
Nekolná, Alena ; Volnohradský, Radan (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
Urban and architectural study of environmentally friendly tourist area Strachotín The urban and architectural concept will take into consideration the landscape characteristics with view to the economic, social and environmental aspects.
Dance school Brno
Belousova, Anastasiia ; Erben, Adam (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
The theme of The Bachelor's thesis is a design of the dance school in Brno-Zabrdovice area. The project focuses on a contrstruction of a buildingless gap on the crossing of the Milady Horakove and Prikop streets. The goal is to cover up two large areas of adjacent buildings with a new building. The object is divided into two parts. The first one has a better access for the public. Inside there is a large dance hall that can be rented for various events, music school for adults and a cafe with a terrace on the third floor. The second part is a major eight-story building, which includes dance halls of various sizes, locker rooms with their own sanitation facilities and spaces designed either for rent or as the offices of teachers of the dance school. The upper floors are reserved for students‘ accommodation. Each accommodation unit includes a bedroom, a small kitchen, a dressing room and sanitary facilities. The roomes are suited for one or two students. The entire underground floor is used to park cars and store bicycles. There are also technical rooms and a Boiler Room. For the convenience of residents, the building wis designed as a pass-through. There is a small park with leveling staircases located at the back yard. During the summer season, the lawn can be used as a recreation place for students or residents of the city. The entire structure is designed in accordance with the requirements for Immobile use of structures. The multifunctionality of the new building ideally complements the existing educational facilities of the city, such as kindergartens, high schools, grammar schools and universities.
Špica/ Brno, Nové sady 49°11'20.3"N 16°36'29.4"E
Podešvová, Klára ; Turcovský, Štefan (referee) ; Marek, Jiří (advisor)
The subject of this thesis is a design of an urbanistic concept of a city block in Nové sady and design of a new city hall for Brno city on the newly formed street corner. Firstly, an analysis of the area is done to form the information foundation for the design itself. Secondly, an urbanistic concept is made, which respects and follows the character of the surrounding housing development. Finally, the city hall itself and its surroundings are designed.
Recreation, sport and life in the mountains - Case study of Bedřichov village in Jizera Mountains
Buzínová, Michaela ; Rynda, Ivan (advisor) ; Pospíšilová, Tereza (referee)
The thesis focuses on the issue of the impact of sport, recreation and weekend housing on the shape and development of the village, which is directly related to these activities and is located in a protected landscape area. My subject of interest is the specific village of Bedřichov in the Jizera Mountains. This area has been struggling in recent years with the influxt of athletes and those interested in weekend living, who mainly run cross-country skiing. Bedřichov has to adapt to this onslaught and find solutions to be a pleasant place not only for athletes and tourists, but also a pleasant place for everyday life. This thesis takes the form of a case study and the main aim is not only to present the problem in a comprehensive way but also to show how the interests of sport and everyday life in the village are balanced. The first input is the assumption that this municipality is able to balance these interests. Analysis of research data shows that these efforts have been relatively successful so far, but balancing these interests is becoming increasingly difficult. Key words Municipality, municipal government, regional development, sport recreation, quality of life, sustainable development
Hotel Nábřeží at Kunov dam
Dananaiová, Ladislava ; Semrád, Antonín (referee) ; Štěpánek, Ladislav (advisor)
In this diploma thesis is designed a hotel with a restaurant in the recreational areaKunov,close to Senica town. It has a capacity for 50 guests. The smallest rooms are double bedrooms with at least 16 m2anda bathroom 4m2. It is four stars hotel. There are three over ground floors and a basement. On the ground floor there is a reception, toilets, a restaurant for 65 guests. There is also a kitchen and storerooms. There are 5 hotel rooms on the first floor and an office. On the second and third floors there are hotel rooms, common room, cleaning room and laundry room. On the second and third floor there is one wheelchair accessibleroom. In the basement there are utility rooms, storerooms, a workshop, a gym with locker rooms and showers. The main entrance to the building is wheelchair accessible and leads to the reception. There is also a staff entrance from the back of the building and an entrance to the garden with a hotel pool. The roof is designed as a single layer flat roof. On the grounds there are designed outside showers, toilets for men and women and a garden shelter.
Settlement of the landscape with European beaver (Castor fiber) in relation to anthropogenic influences
Mikulka, O. ; Patočka, Z. ; Drimaj, J. ; Kamler, J. ; Plhal, R. ; Homolka, Miloslav
The European beaver (Castor fiber) is a protected species in the Czech Republic that has spread to the whole of Moravia. Now, it is a common species whose competitor is only human. The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of human activity, especially tourism or transport, on the settlement of the landscape by the European Beaver. The area of the protected landscape area Litovelske Pomoravi was chosen to evaluate the settlement of the landscape by the beaver, where the beaver forms a stable population for a long time and the frequented cycling routes, hiking trails and the area are frequently visited by natural floodplain forests. The beaver settlement data were collected by means of the winter monitoring of residential stamps using the GPS system in 2017. Data on the location of cycle routes, hiking trails, human settlements and infrastructure were obtained from available GIS layers. Settlement of European beaver was evaluated in relation to the distance and intensity of interference by tourist activities, traffic or buildings. There were 200 km of watercourses in the monitored area. The inhabited beaver was 39% of the length. The beaver avoided human settlements, preferring the natural environment. The influence of tourism on the beaver settlement has not been proven.
Eco-friendly tourism complex Strachotín – urban and architectural study.
Čížová, Gabriela ; Borecká,, Eva (referee) ; Urbášková, Hana (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the proposal of optimal functional and spatial use of the area for environmentally friendly tourism in Strachotín. The location is characterized by suitable natural conditions and land for quality vineyard management. That is why I propose a winery, a cider, a distillery, accommodation with a restaurant and a wellness area in the area. I elaborate the winery object and related accommodation in more detail. The most important object is the operation of the winery. The building dominates and interacts with the adjacent accommodation and restaurant building. Parts of the facade are designed as openwork ventilated facades that create the architectural character of the buildings.
Water park Brno
Krček, Jan ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
Diploma thesis Aquapark Brno is directly connected with the previous specialist course "Sports Center Za Lužánkami Brno". This project dealt was focused on overall concept, architectural and urban study of this area with an emphasis on sports, recreation and relaxation. There was created a zone of predominantly professional sport in the southern part of this area. There were built football and ice hockey stadiums on the newly created terrace/platform. These stadiums are located approximately in the same places as their current (football) or non-existent (hockey) predecessors. The terrace/platform (parking is located under the terrace) continues, and the newly expanded Boby Hotel follows the recreational sports zone with an Aquapark and outdoor sports grounds located behind the existing Tesco shopping centre. There is formed a new park in north of the sports grounds forming a recreational-relaxation zone on the territory of Planýrka. The existing building of a 50 meter swimming pool dominates the area of Aquapark. It was built in 1979 according to the project architect Otakar Oplatek. However this object no longer meets the requirements of today's visitors or athletes. The new building which includes a twenty-five meter tall swimming pool with a background is being added to the existing building. So there is a separable swimming area created here, which can serve both - swimmers and teenagers or professional athletes. There is a good possibility of racing as well. The new building connects eastward to the building of the roofed Aquapark partially hidden beneath the terraces and resting areas. These three through-flowing but mutually separable objects together with the platform define the area of the outdoor aquapark. He is also separate off from the noisy Sportovní street, but it has a sufficient supply of sunlight. In the place of the original children's pool and extension to the places of today's little park in front of the building there is space f
Sports and Relaxation Centre Vsetín, Ohrada
Németh, Ondřej ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The design of the sports and recreation center in Vsetín solves the complete revitalization of the unused territory on the periphery of the town in the Ohrada district. The aim of the project is to revive the poorly accessible and neglected area and its use not only for a wide range of sports activities, but also for leisure activities and recreation. The whole area should be freely accessible and open to a wide range of public. Four main buildings are designed in the complex: a multi-purpose sports hall, a hotel, a tennis club and a snack bar with a bicycle service. There is a football field, a basketball court and a small football pitch on the open spaces between these objects, as well as two climbing walls, an outdoor gym and a parkour area with many obstacles. The rest of the areas are pavements and free grass areas intended for leisure and recreation of visitors.

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