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Restoration of the monastery in Šternberk
Wernerová, Valerie ; Kocourek, Tomáš (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor)
The subject of the thesis was to create an architectural study of the revitalization of part of the building of the former Augustinian monastery in Šternberk, including its surroundings and garden. It was essential to find a new functional use of neglected spaces and determine the overall concept of the object's functioning. The building of the former monastery is to serve as a place for rest, cultural development and relaxation in a demanding era. It is functionally divided into two parts that intertwine. Firstly, it is a part intended primarily for the local population, for concerts, theaters, cultural days, social events... that is, for social and cultural enjoyment. The second part is aimed at people looking for a change of environment, relaxation in a pleasant space with high-quality facilities and recharging new energy. Within the monastery, pleasant accommodation has been created with spaces for rest, sports, relaxation, but also remote work. Both functions complement each other, the space of the restaurant, cafe or beer hall serve both residents and staying guests. The small wellness centre is also open to those interested from Šternberk as well as a gym, an open library or a beautifully landscaped garden that encourages relaxation for both locals and guests. A significant input into the architecture is the arrangement of the inner courtyard. Roofing of the courtyard, which is open today, is proposed. At the same time, a new staircase and an elevator are added in the courtyard. In the monastery grounds, it is possible to pass from east to west through the accessible monastery garden, in which parts of the English park intertwine with the baroque garden. In the south-western part, a underground garage is being built, hidden under green roof connected to the garden.
Proposal of Business Strategy for the Establishment of an African Restaurant in Brno
ILogeme, Ijeoma ; Pavláková Dočekalová, Marie (referee) ; Škapa, Stanislav (advisor)
This Master's Thesis will delve into Porter's Five Forces framework, macroenvironment analysis, and SWOT Analysis because it relates to the study of introducing African cuisine to a foreign market. The thesis ambitions to offer insights into the underlying factors that contribute to the reluctance of people to embody African delicacies, in addition to discovering capacity enterprise possibilities in catering to African and non-African consumers. The proposed strategic method seeks to manage the limits to access the marketplace by gauging prospective customers' interests and options through a focused questionnaire and implementing a complete marketing plan to promote awareness and attraction to the restaurant. A feasibility evaluation will also be performed to mitigate business risks related to getting into small business in a foreign market.
The Proposal Modification of The Marketing Mix in The Selected Restaurant
Ryšavá, Monika ; Havíř, David (referee) ; Milichovský, František (advisor)
This diploma thesis deals with modifications to the marketing mix of a selected restaurant. The theoretical part contains a definition of the concepts related to the topic of this theses. In the analytical part, an analysis of external and internal environment is performed, and the current marketing mix is determined. The analytical part includes marketing research in the form of mystery shopping. The last part of the thesis consists of proposals for modifications to the marketing mix.
Chytilová, Markéta ; Ryška, Zbyněk (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of my Master‘s thesis is an architectural study of the reconstruction and revitalization of the former MODETA factory building, located near the Jihlava Zoo. The building is designed to have multifunctional use for the zoo. The construction program defines the building as a complementary facility to the functional complex of the Jihlava Zoo. The location is near the historical center of the city of Jihlava, along the Jihlávka river. The project was preceded by a pre-diploma project, in which I focused on the design of mobile containers for the Jihlava Zoo. In the building, there will be an animal exhibition connected to the zoo. The new section will be fully functional even in the winter season. You will find here the Water World with an exhibit of a small crocodile - the Dwarf Caiman. There will also be an Orangutan exhibit and a Night World, where mammals will have an opposite regime (night during the day). The exhibit of small monkeys is located on the 2nd floor, where there is also a 2nd observation point for orangutans. You can also observe them from a bridge that connects the building to the zoo. For zoo staff, there is a facility with offices, a workshop, and sanitary facilities. A self-service restaurant with a capacity of up to 150 people on the 1st floor serves both the public and employees, whose facilities are connected to the restaurant. The public will also have access to a congress and exhibition hall, where it is possible to create two separate events or combine spaces by sliding mobile partitions to increase capacity. The halls are connected by elevators and stairs to accommodation on the 3rd floor and the restaurant for refreshments on the 1st floor. Accommodation can be used by the public as well as educational institutions. The IQ Park is located on the 2nd floor, accessible by a separate entrance or directly from the Night World. There will be interactive equipment with animal themes and a screening room with a capacity of 60 people.
Schmidt, Marko ; Dohnal, Jakub (referee) ; Brukner, Bohuslav (advisor)
The aim of the thesis is to design a guesthouse project. The proposed building is located in Brno, in the South Moravian Region. The designed guesthouse has three above-ground floors and one underground floor. In the basement of the building, there is technical facilities and parking spaces. The first above-ground floor houses restaurant facilities and food preparation areas. The second and third above-ground floors accommodate guest rooms.
Antonova, Alina ; Vojtová, Lea (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis was to develop an architectural-urbanistic study of the revitalization of a textile factory for the needs of Jihlava Zoo. The aim is revitalization of the main building, including the entire area of the former textile factory, which includes the following main requirements - traffic solutions, parking expansion, building supply solutions, adaptation of the existing production building to the needs of the ZOO, namely the creation of a winter exhibition, a night world and educational elements. Within the main building, accommodation, restaurants and congress halls must be created, as well as green space in the area. As part of the design, elements must be created to help manage water and create a quality microclimate. The design includes the economic and energy concept of the building. The campus should function not only as a pleasant environment but also as an economically beneficial object. The proposed solution divides the entire building into several parts - ZOO, accommodation and corresponding equipment, rooms for rent, outdoor attractive elements.
Restoration of the monastery in Šternberk
Janečková, Klára ; Kocourek, Tomáš (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor)
The task of the diploma thesis was the development of an architectural study of the restoration of the former Augustinian monastery in Šternberk city and the compositional layout of the adjacent area. Since 1993, the monastery has been owned by the Šternberk municipality, which is trying to gradually revitalize it. The goal of the proposal is to carefully use the existing building and make the monastery garden accessible to the public. In response to the demands of the investor and the coexistence of the church, a primary art school, restaurant, wine bar, hotel, ceremony hall and exhibition spaces were designed in the building. The inner atrium was covered by glass roof and completed with an elevator and stairs. In connection with the proposed functional use and due to inadequate access to the premises, an underground parking lot was placed in the western part with the possibility of entry to the courtyard in front of monastery. Two new entrances were created to the garden, connecting Opavská street with Zahradní street.
Relaxation and exercise center
Kalábková, Ladislava ; Obrtlík, Jan (referee) ; Májek, Jan (advisor)
The bachelor thesis focuses on the design of an administrative building on Soukenická Street in the bustling part of Brno. Currently, the plot houses buildings with zero utilization, deteriorating structures, and a parking lot. The entire area is unattractive, has limited use, and negatively affects the aesthetics of the intersection of two important streets – Soukenická and Hybešova. The architectural design includes the creation of an attractive corner building with multifunctional use, an underground garage, and a connection to the existing Malá Amerika building, which could have a new functional purpose as a commercial and restaurant passage or art studios. The administrative building offers a ground floor with a restaurant, bistro, café, and shop. Spaces are variable, allowing owners to customize them according to their needs. Additional above-ground floors are equipped with offices, both for larger groups and individuals. The seventh floor features a green accessible roof, a café, and meeting and presentation rooms. The bachelor thesis delves into the details of the administrative building section housing the main staircase with an elevator. Simultaneously, the design incorporates the connection of Soukenická Street with Malá Amerika through a passage in the proposed structure, aiming for potential future use of the building. The work stems from the architectural design studio in the second year, focusing on public structures.
Football Recycling
Raabová, Viktorie ; Jemelka, Vojtěch (referee) ; Sedlák, Jaroslav (advisor)
In the centre of the city, near Lužánky, there is a strange brownfield that represents an interesting mix of past and present. This place has been the target of many plans and visions, but their fate has been different. Some have come to fruition, others have remained on paper, waiting for their chance. Different people have been involved in the creation of this complex space, coming and going over time, creating a distinct entity with many faces. Here you will find a luxury hotel, abandoned sports venues from the past and tennis courts still attracting sports enthusiasts. All this is complemented by a vast car park that seems to be a kind of inhospitable oasis in the middle of the city's concrete. But behind this urban kaleidoscope lies Planýrka, a special piece of nature in the heart of the city. Only the beaten paths and untrodden greenery here testify to a life that takes place beyond the reach of human hands, a life according to its own rules.
Commercial centre Miris garden
Dračka, Jakub ; Landa, Karel (referee) ; Pavlovský, Tomáš (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the design of the Miris Garden Commercial Centre within a holiday resort, which is also to include a hotel, marina and countless apartment villas, which are not part of the design. The property is located at the foot of the Velebit Mountains, near the Paklenica National Park and the village of Starigrad-Paklenica in Zadar County, Croatia. The assignment is based on an urbanistically nonsensical concept, namely the developer's intention to build a seasonal holiday resort located almost in the bosom of nature, in addition to a scale far exceeding the aforementioned village, the nearest settlement in the area. The bachelor's thesis was preceded by a studio project, which was, however, completely reworked after long deliberations and a struggle with one's own conscience, but the original intention remained – to hide the undesirable building in the local landscape under a layer of soil and to show as little of it as possible. The building is conceived as a small village, a cluster of small houses concentrated in one long street, which is, however, quite rugged and thus creates several nooks and small streets along its length. This street opens out towards the Velebit Mountains and partly towards the Adriatic Sea. While the front, and the only visible façade, is articulated, the others are hidden underneath the ground level. A longitudinal service and supply corridor runs through the building, separating the shops and restaurants from their back-of-house, warehouses and process rooms. There is an underground garage under the northeastern part of the building. The roof of the building is green, planted with fruit trees and sloping. The forecourt of the building is also planted with trees, the trees provide shade and shelter for birds and bees. The shell of the building is made of rammed concrete, the layers of which visually relate to the surrounding landscape of limestone. There is no lift in the building. The shops are designed in a minimalist way to maximise the use of outdoor space and to take account of seasonal use. Lighting and ventilation is provided by chimneys, thus transforming the original function of the chimneys according to current needs and requirements.

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