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Kindergarten Bumblebee
Odehnalová, Marie ; Karásek, Petr (referee) ; Müller, Jan (advisor)
The subject of this bachelor thesis is the design of a new kindergarten building and the elaboration of the documentation for the construction. The building is situated in the western part of the village of Vlkov u Osové Bítýšky. The building is set in a slightly sloping terrain. The building is designed as a single-storey building. The building is cha-racterized by two wings of an arched shape and an elevated central part supplemented with sacral lighting through circular openings and a glazed front facade. The building contains two kindergarten classrooms with a capacity of 20 children with operational facilities and its own kitchen, the school's administrative operation and technical facilities of the building. Each classroom has separate cloakrooms, washroom, isolation room, playroom and entran-ce to the terrace which also serves as an additional emergency exit. The building is designed to a low-energy standard, as a near-zero heat building (nZEB). The building is designed for use by people with reduced mobility. The structural design is a masonry wall building with ETICS contact insulation forming the central part of the building. The ceiling structure is designed as a broken reinforced concrete slab connec-ted to monolithic walls within the elevated part of the building. The foundation is solved by foun-dation strips under the perimeter walls - the walls are supplemented with necks made of concrete blocks of lost formwork. The roofing is designed as a single-skin flat roof with a layer of extensive greenery. Adjacent to the brick building are wooden buildings forming the kindergarten classrooms. These are structurally designed as fan-arranged frames of glued laminated timber, wrapped in a lightweight envelope with a ventilated façade. The columns are founded on plain concrete footings, with a slab of underlying concrete to be extended in place of the lightweight envelope. Above the classrooms, there is a pitched single-skin roof with a slope sloping down towards the central part of the building.
Apartment building
Zakharov, Anatolii ; Kozubíková, Ivana (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
This bachelor thesis processes project documentation for an apartment building with nearly zero energy consumption at the level for the realization of building. The foundation building located in Brno, in the city district of Řečkovice and Mokrá hora, has four above-ground floors and one underground floor. It is set in a slightly sloping plot on Tereza Novaková Street. In the vicinity of the future new building there is a development of family and apartment buildings. The main intention was to design comfortable, spacious and modern housing with low energy costs. Also an important goal was the use of empty land in the built-up area with the most efficient built-up. The layout of the apartments is suitable mainly for families with children. One apartment on the ground floor is designed as a barrier - free with regard to Immobile groups of residents. Access to the building is wheelchair accessible, the building has an elevator, the House meets the requirements for wheelchair use. In the basement of the building there are garage primarily for residents of the House. The elementary materials used for construction are brick and concrete, from which the supporting structures of the object are made. Roof of the building above 3rd floor it is designed as an operating and vegetation, roof space above 4rd floor it serves for technical maintenance of the House. The bachelor thesis is prepared in accordance with the current legislation of the Czech Republic as amended on the date of submission of the bachelor thesis.
Apartment building
Zusková, Hana ; Blažková, Vendula (referee) ; Daněk, Lukáš (advisor)
The bachelor thesis deals with the design and subsequent processing of the detailed project documentation for a new residential building in Uherský Brod. The residential building is located in the outskirts of the city in the Olšava housing estate. It is a detached building with three above-ground and one underground floor. In the basement there is a garage, maintenance room and technical background of the building. On the first floor there is a barrier-free apartment, cellar and joint areas. The second and third floors are reserved exclusively for residential use. In total, there are five residential units in the house with a layout of 2+kitchenette and 3+kitchenette. The structural system of the building is a cross-wall system. The base and the perimeter wall of the basement are monolithic reinforced concrete made of waterproof concrete. Vertical structures are made of brick blocks. Reinforced concrete monolithic floor slabs are designed as horizontal load-bearing structures. The roof structure is a single-skin flat vegetated roof. The building is insulated with a contact insulation system. The ventilated facade with wooden cladding is designed in parts of the third floor.
Gap options (třída Kapitána Jaroše, Brno, CZ)
Kusnierzová, Tereza ; Widholmová, Alžběta (referee) ; Toman, Radek (advisor)
This work aimed to explore the possibilities of infilling the gap on Kapitána Jaroše Street or identifying other lots within the adjacent inner courtyard, where interventions will be proposed to enhance the location's attractiveness and improve the quality of the environment. The chosen solution involved a lot in the gap and an adjacent, currently undeveloped plot within the inner courtyard. The aim was to support the main pedestrian movement directions through the area and into the inner courtyard by creating a new street. Along this street, two mixed-use buildings with predominantly residential functions were proposed in addition to including a café and a florist, which expand the range of services in the vicinity and contribute to the street's character; 15 residential units were created, offering peaceful living close to the city centre of Brno.
Energy performance of building
Horváth, Gábor ; Janík, Zdeněk (referee) ; Kalousek, Miloš (advisor)
The aim of the master´s project is to design a nearly-zero energy veterinary clinic in Ostrava. The building has two above-ground floors. On the first floor there is a reception, a waiting room and surgery rooms. On the second floor there is a laboratory, a physiotherapy and hydrotherapy rooms, stomatology office and two surgery rooms, a radiography and a CT. The project consists of three main parts. The first part presents the architectural and structural design of the building. The building has concrete foundations. The vertical load-bearing structures are designed from sand-lime blocks, and non-bearing structures are designed from plasterboards. The external walls are covered with thermal insulation and a ventilated facade. The horizontal load-bearing structure and the staircase are designed from reinforced concrete. The building has a pitched roof formed by truss girders. The second part includes the design of building services: lightning, rainwater management and ventilation, heating, cooling and photovoltaic systems. The last part deals with the thermal assessment of selected assembly details. The project is developed in software Allplan, DEKsoft, Building design, SketchUp, Lumion.
Office building with a shop
Staněk, Matěj ; Kozubíková, Ivana (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the preparation of project ocumentation for the construction of an office building with a shop. It is a building with 2 above-ground floors with a partial basement. The building is located in the former area of the agricultural industry on plots No. 890/69, 890/70, 890/71 in the cadastral area of Holovousy v Podkrkonoší [641332]. The vertical load-bearing structures in the above-ground floors are designed from reinforced concrete monolithic columns, which are filled with ceramic masonry of the Porotherm system. The load-bearing structure of the basement part of the building is made of reinforced concrete monolithic walls. The horizontal load-bearing structures are designed as a monolithic reinforced concrete cross-reinforced slab. The building is covered by a single-skin flat roof with an extensive vegetation layer and is based on piles. The first floor of the building houses sales and storage areas. On the second floor there are administrative and storage areas. In the basement part of the building there is a technical room and a storage area.
Health Center
Kalenda, Lukáš ; Kozubíková, Ivana (referee) ; Matějka, Libor (advisor)
The subject of this master´s thesis is the preparation of selected parts of the project documentation for the construction of the health centre. The building is designed as nearly zero energy building. The aim is to design a suitable layout that meets the requirements for the operation of a small-scale health centre without an inpatient area. It is also necessary to select a suitable structural and material solution. The building is situated in a gap in an existing terraced development on a flat site. The building consists of three floors above ground and one underground floor. The foundation of the building is made up of plain and reinforced concrete foundations in combination with reinforced concrete footings in place of columns. The vertical load-bearing structures are made of therm ceramic blocks, which are supplemented by reinforced concrete columns inside the layout. In the case of the perimeter masonry, the construction is supplemented by a contact insulation system and a ventilated facade with cladding made of metal cassettes. The horizontal load-bearing structures are made of reinforced concrete monolithic slabs. Flat vegetated roofs are designed over the lower parts of the building. The uppermost roof plane is designed as a double-skin roof with a stacked concrete tile covering. In the basement area of the building there is a technical background, while it is possible to further subdivide these spaces and use part of them as a warehouse or filing cabinet. On the first floor there are 3 commercial premises usable for example as a pharmacy, optics and beauty salon. On the second floor there are a total of 5 surgeries with a common waiting room and 1 dispensary. There is also 1 commercial space usable as a massage studio. On the third floor there are 2 dental surgeries with a common X-ray room and one dental hygiene surgery. The layout of all floors also includes sanitary facilities divided for staff and visitors. The thesis includes an assessment of the proposed building in terms of building physics (thermal technology, acoustics and daylighting) and fire safety.
Štěpánková, Marie ; Vystrčil, Jan (referee) ; Šuhajda, Karel (advisor)
The goal of this diploma thesis was to design a kindergarten building as building with almost zero energy consumption. This is the project documentation of the actual implementation. The proposed building has two above-ground floors and a partial basement. The building is designed for three classes for kindergarten children, ranging from 3 to 6 years old, and two doctor's offices. One consulting room is used for speech therapy, and the other as a psychological office. Each part of the classroom has its own entrance, a changing room for children and employees, hygienic areas, a playroom with a bed, a storage room for toys and sunbeds. Another part of the building is the technical facilities, which are located in the basement. On the 1st floor, there are offices and day rooms for kindergarten employees, a space for preparing meals and a warehouse for food. The last room is located on the 2nd floor, which is the language classroom. The internal perimeter load-bearing and non-load-bearing structures are designed from ceramic blocks. The ceiling structure is designed from prestressed Spiroll ceiling panels, supplemented by monolithic reinforced concrete ceiling slabs. The roof structures have two height levels and both are designed to be flat. The perimeter masonry is contact-insulated with mineral wool. Part of the facade is designed as ventilated with wooden panelling. The building is based on foundation belts made of plain concrete in combination with blocks of lost shuttering.
Fitness center design with minimal environmental impact
Kučera, Matěj ; Kolářová, Eva (referee) ; Kolář, Radim (advisor)
The diploma thesis deals with the design and project documentation of a fitness center. The designed building is situated in the centre of Brno in a busy environment with a direct connection to the city ring road. It is a two-storey non-basement building with a flat green roof. The building is based on a combination of plain concrete strip foundations, reinforced concrete slabs and pads. The load bearing, external and partition walls are designed from the aerated concrete blocks. The outer skin consists of thermal insulation, slats and vertical garden flowerpots. The floor structure is predominantly designed from pre-stressed concrete panels. Facade is ventilated. The building is divided into two floors where each has its own purpose and specification. In the 1st floor there is a gym, room for trainers, dressing rooms and utility room. In upper tract there are exercise rooms and cardio zone. The building is designed as wheelchair accessible. Around the building there is designed a car park for 24 cars with grass paving and a medium-sized trees. The second part of the thesis environmentally deals with the building services. The building will be heated by four heat pumps and will also use energy from photovoltaic panels. Air exchange and cooling will be solved using air conditioning. Third part of the thesis deals with the evaluation by certificate of energy performance of the building comparing the used heating method with the use of fossil fuels. The thesis is mainly elaborated in Autocad, SketchUP, Deksoft, Lumion and Microsoft office software.
Hančík, Dominik ; Kacálková, Lenka (referee) ; Kacálek, Petr (advisor)
The Master´s thesis deals with the development of project documentation for the crematorium in the Mařatice district near Uherské Hradiště. The new building is located in the eastern part of Mařatice and is designed in a locality that, by its nature, represents areas for the construction of public cemeteries and related services. The proposed new crematorium building will be a free-standing, partly two-storey and partly basement building. The object will fulfill the requirements for a sacred building. The building is based on foundation belts made of plain concrete locally supplemented with foundation footings in place of supporting reinforced concrete columns. The building is divided into three basic sections, which are divided according to their function into the section associated with performing the last farewell, the section used for cremation and the + section. The new building is designed as a partly two-storey and partly basement building with a dominant projecting part, which has the task of imagining a long path dividing two different worlds. Part of the partial basement is designed with regard to the possibility of creating separate parking spaces for crematorium employees. The first above-ground floor is barely a part of the entire new building, and all traffic is designed on this level. The partial second above-ground floor is situated in SECTION A – i.e. in the premises used for holding the last farewells. This floor is designed with the growing trend of accompanying these devotional acts with a live band. Structurally, the object is designed as a classic brick building on the 1st floor level - partially the sub-basement is structurally formed by fittings of lost formwork. The ceiling structure will be made in combination as a heavy monolithic reinforced concrete ceiling slab supplemented with prestressed Spiroll ceiling panels. The roof structure of the entire building is solved with the help of extensive flat roofs in several height levels. These structures are designed with a slope of 3%. The exterior facade of the proposed new building will be made of three different materials. The individual type of facade materials used depends on the individual sections of the new building. The first type of facade is solved by a type of ventilated structure covered with wooden cladding of the Rhombus species from larch wood. The second type of facade is again chosen as a ventilated structure with cladding made of large-format sheet metal templates with the character of folded sheet metal. The third type of facade is then covered with colored pasty silicate plaster in white.

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