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Restoration of the Renaissance Town Hall in Hostěradice
Kuncová, Daniela ; Mikeš, Stanislav (referee) ; Guzdek, Adam (advisor)
The topic of the bachelor thesis is the restoration of the Renaissance town hall in Hostěradice. The documentation is based on an architectural study processed within the subject BGA036 Restoration of Monuments. The town hall is located in the centre of the square of Hostěradice. It is its dominant feature. It is a very old renaissance building. The town hall is surrounded by a road on the south and west side. The rest of the building is located in the park, which is also subject to restoration. It is a two-storey building with a gable roof. On the north side, the town hall is connected to a newer building. The town hall is currently not in use. The Renaissance town hall probably consists of two Gothic houses, which were later combined into one. The town hall dates back to the 16th century. At the beginning of the 17th century the town hall burnt down as a result of an attack by Swedish troops. At the beginning of the 19th century a granary was built here. Later, a cinema hall was built here, and at the end of the 20th century a bathroom was added. In recent years, the town hall has not been used, but its surroundings have been renovated. The whole of the Town Hall and its current additions will not be significantly affected. The later additions will also be retained, creating a varied spectacle in the courtyard. A lift and spiral staircase is proposed for the interior of the Town Hall. In the northern part of the redeveloped site, an extension in the form of classical houses with gabled roofs is proposed, here there will be space for services and a doctor's flat. The whole development will retain a classic village character.
Commercial center Miris Garden in Croatia
Uherková, Jana ; Vintr, Jan (referee) ; Novák, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the preparation of project documentation for building permits and documentation for construction implementation, based on the assignment provided in the 3rd year during the winter semester in the subject BGA 032 – Architectural Studio IV. The study focuses on the design of a new commercial center placed in the area of a newly planned holiday resort in Croatia. The addressed plot is located in the Croatian Dalmatia region, near the village of Stari Grad-Paklenica. Currently, the whole area is unused, undeveloped, and overgrown with wild vegetation. The architectural concept aims to create a building that responds to the sloping terrain of the plot and provides its future visitors with a sense and atmosphere of Croatian architecture. This is achieved through the use of stone cladding and wooden shading elements, which are typical materials for this region. The irregularly shaped building consists of two above-ground floors. The first floor is used for dining, commerce, and sports, while the second floor accommodates dining, services, administration, and entertainment. In contrast to the first floor, the second floor is more shallow, creating a walkable terrace from which individual units are accessible. The terrace also features outdoor seating for gastronomic establishments, complemented by wooden pergolas with sliding fabric shading. One of the dominant elements of the complex is the outdoor staircase connecting both floors. It is not only a guiding element but also reveals views of the sea and the setting sun. The design also emphasizes public spaces. In the front area of the commercial center on the northeast side, the space is divided into green islands with seating. These green islands, along with a water feature, complete the square in front of the commercial center facing the sea. The area also includes wooden pergolas with sliding fabric shading, resembling waves of the sea, providing a unique atmosphere.
Commercial center Miris Garden in Croatia
Olšáková, Linda ; Vintr, Jan (referee) ; Novák, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the bachelor thesis is the creation of project documentation for building permits and parts of the documentation for construction implementation based on a previously developed study within the course BGA032 Architectural Design Studio 4 in the winter semester of the 3rd year, focusing on public buildings. The project theme involves the new construction of a commercial center consisting of five independent two-story structures. The chosen site is located in Croatia, in the village of Starigrad in the Zadar County. The nearby surroundings are undeveloped, and the commercial center is part of a planned vacation resort. The architectural concept aims for the most efficient use of the existing sloping terrain. Therefore, the center is composed of five standalone buildings, partially embedded into the terrain, following its funnel-like shape. Four buildings have a simple cubic shape, while the fifth has an arched ground plan. The intention is to create shopping streets with shop windows of retail spaces and restaurants facing them. The facades, designed with imitation of exposed concrete, incorporate shading using rotating wooden elements and individual fixed wooden panels. Outdoor spaces are protected by adjustable fabric shading. The commercial center houses rentable spaces for retail and services, restaurant areas, an entrance hall with a reception, and private administrative spaces including necessary facilities.
Business Project
Plánská, Alexandra ; Holeček, David (referee) ; Groligová, Ivana (advisor)
The subject of the thesis is the „Solnice Tourist Centre“ project. This project involves the reconstruction of 2 historical buildings in the center of Znojmo. This centre is on the national heritage register. The project aims to build a three star pension with a 51 bed capacity and offer value added services to tourists to the area. The goal of the thesis is to analyse the purpose and realization of this project on the basis of economical and financial indicators. Some key points to be looked at are: best option chosen, were financial requirements correctly defined, risks involved and future of the investment. This thesis will also be used as basis for documentation to claim a SROP grant.
Multifunctional building Brno - Líšeň
Rudolecká, Anna ; Fišer, Jiří (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor) ; Pěnčík, Jan (advisor)
Bachelor thesis examines the creation of individual stages of project documentation to the study of the new building from subject AG035. The project deals with the new multifunctional house located in the district Lisen on the plot of land p. No. 4418/1 in the cadastral territory of Brno. The plat is situated on a sloping terrain. The project takes into account solving of surrounding areas as well, particularly in front of the area and connection to the public transport infrastructure. The mass of the object consists of four large blocks. Two of them are double-storey and two are single-storey. Blocks are interconnected by a glass tunnel, set on a symbolic pedestal. The pedestal is formed from two recessed floors of underground parking. The object is four-storey with two overground floors, which are mostly commercialized in the form of lettable spaces (e. g. for business, services, administration, etc.). Another part of the floors is used for technical and hygienic facilities. Two underground floors can be used by employees and visitors for car parking. Access to these floors is provided by a car lift, personal lifts and two stairs that connect all floors. The principle of the draft consists in the intention to place the mass of the building in the environment in the most sensitive way, so that the building doesn't act heavily, such as the surrounding settlement, but naturally follows the surrounding two-storey houses. That was achieved by the material solution of the above-ground floors. Five materials prevail in the exterior. Extensive vegetative roof, face concrete, two types of fitted facades (DuPontTM Corian® facade panels + glass panels with a sign symbolizing the crowns of trees and shrubs; other types of facade are vertical metal lamellae). Another predominant material is glass, which is used for the interconnection tunnel and the north and south facade.
Quality Management in the Field of Gastronomy
Groulíková, Petra ; Šimara, Jan (referee) ; Bartes, František (advisor)
This diploma thesis is focused on evaluating quality of services in field of gastronomy in specific organisations in Brno city. Within this work there is analysis of present condition in organisations and in field of gastronomy also. For evaluating quality of services, based on this analysis, SERVQUAL method is chosen. After application of this method both recommendations and proposed specific systems of quality management for organisations are expressed.
Business Plan
Fejfuša, David ; CIA, Tomáš Golda, MBA, (referee) ; Chlebovský, Vít (advisor)
The diploma thesis is a business proposal for the establishment of a business in the field of psychological-career testing. These are services that will help predominantly the last years of primary school pupils to determine which career paths to go further The business plan includes the process of establishing the company, defining the market environment, competition, marketing and promotional strategy along with the sales concept. The financial plan evaluates the economic success of the proposed business. Subsequently, the results of the work are useful as a basis for the company executives as well as for product and service creators.
Business plan - Proposal of a Fitness Centre Enlargement
Stehlíková, Jaroslava ; Peričková, Lucie (referee) ; Blahutková, Marie (advisor)
This Bachelor´s Thesis analyzes established fitness centre. The aim of this is create a draft business plan. The bachelor´s thesis is articulated into three wired parts – theoretical, analytical and the concept. The basic notions and terms are defined in the theoretical part. Strategic analysis – examines microeconomic and macroeconomic relations, i.e. the overall situation and market preconditions is define in the analytical part. The concept includes the business plan itself, i.e. the description of the company, vision, business, marketing and organisational plans and the financial aspects of the business plan.
Communication Plan Proposal for a Selected Company
Žák, Jaroslav ; Složil, Karel (referee) ; Konečná, Zdeňka (advisor)
The master‘s thesis „Communication plan proposal for a selected company“ is focused through the theoretical knowledge and the information contained in the analytical part of the work on a proposal for a possible form of communication plan of the observed company, which could be realized in practice.
Kuric, Alexander ; Zemánek, Václav (referee) ; Zemánková, Helena (advisor)
This diploma project focuses on the conversion of a foundry located in the former ČKD machine works in Vysočany. The proposal prioritizes conservation of key industrial heritage values and the presentation of those values to the public. The building is inserted into a proposed new urban structure which is integrated into the wider context of the currently regenerated brownfield.

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