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Presence
Kolářová, Vendula ; Aikens, MA Nick (referee) ; Jakalová, Zuzana (advisor)
The master's thesis deals with the shift from visual to multisensory perception. In this context, it works with the concept of comfort, which it applies to both physical and mental aspects of the experience of visitors to art institutions. Creating a sense of comfort is important not only at the end of the process - that is, evoking that feeling in visitors - but also in the creative process. The work uses the environment of wellness (spa) resorts and is based on the growing popularity of relaxation facilities. It uses various clichés that are associated with this environment. Galleries and spa resorts are a leisure activity. Both environments offer care, although each in a different way. In the wellness resorts, others take care of our body. In a museum or gallery, they care more about the mental side, but we still feel that we have to make some effort so that we can be cared for in this way. The diploma thesis is a real, created space, the basic layout and equipment of which are inspired by the sauna. All objects in the space, but also its other "layers" acting on the senses of visitors serve to make people feel comfortable even in an environment that is in a sense inhospitable. Sauna benches invite you to sit down, stored bathrobes offer the feeling of luxury and instantly available care that we know from wellness resorts. The space is filled with the scent released from the diffuser. The last component of the space is the "meditation" audio, which accompanies visitors both in the real space in which it is located and in the abstract space of the scent.
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RESORT KRÁLÍKY
Vosyková, Magdaléna ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the design of a hotel in the foothills of Králický Sněžník for 62 guests. The hotel has a restaurant, wellness center with swimming pool, fitness center, games room, ski room, sports equipment store, sports equipment rental, 40 covered parking places in the basement, rooms for bikes and baby carriages. This new building is located on the outskirts of the town of Králíky, in places of territorial development with a sports and recreational focus. The design concept is based mainly on the interaction with the future ski slope and works with maximum use of a quality view of the slope and the picturesque landscape. When solving the design, care was taken to ensure that the building complied with the design principles of passive structures.
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RESORT KRÁLÍKY
Valík, Jaroslav ; Maar, Radek (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The theme of the diploma thesis was the elaboration of an architectural study of a selected building from the undergraduate project of the urban design of the Kraliky Sports and Recreation Resort in the Ústí nad Orlicí district. The urban-architectural study defined a property suitable for the location of a mountain hotel, which is located in close proximity to the existing urban development south of the city and in the southwestern part of the defined location for the implementation of the sports and recreational resort Kraliky. The city's intention is to build a new hotel complex on its own property to provide maximum service for the emerging resort. The ski hotel is designed as one building with additional structures including ancillary buildings such as paved areas and roads, utilities, etc. The ski hotel is designed in an energy-passive standard, it will meet the requirements for high quality indoor environment and will minimize energy consumption for its operation. The priority of the project is a healthy indoor environment and environmental friendliness. The aim was to create a building that respects the surrounding buildings and its material solution does not protrude into the surroundings.
Sports and Relaxation Centre Vsetín, Ohrada
Mozolová, Monika ; Vostrejž, Dušan (referee) ; Odvárka, Antonín (advisor)
The diploma thesis was preceded by a specialized atelier focusing on the urban – architectural design of the area of „Vsetín – Ohrada“. During this project, I was mainly focusing on the analysis of the area and the basic design. The project focuses on the area in the southern part of Vsetín. Its borders are formed by Vsetínská Bečva from the northwest side, the 1st class expressway from the northeast side and the waterworks building from the south. The main goal of the project is to attract more visitors to the quiet nature oriented area, who will be provided with a large number of outdoor and indoor activities that can be done in the area. The area is separated by a bridge and an industrial zone from the outskirts of the city and thus lacks a connection to urban development. The project is therefore designed as a separate urban unit, reflecting the natural aspects of the whole area. The advantage of the place is the previously mentioned river Bečva flowing directly through the area and a bike path lining the right bank of this river. Buildings with added soil to create slopes with hangout areas form, among other things, a noise and aesthetic barrier from the city, turning attention to the river and nature. The grass-covered slopes will be made of soil obtained from the current slopes of soil under the auditorium around the spartakiad stadium as well as the excavation work of the newly designed buildings. These slopes also visually unify the buildings, contribute to the organic and natural appearance of the entire design, create hangout areas for spectators and add back the grass areas that were taken away because of the construction of the buildings.
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RESORT KRÁLÍKY
Hádková, Sabina ; Vojtová,, Lea (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis assignment is the elaboration of an architectural study of a selected building - a hotel, from a pre-diploma project of an urban solution of the Sports and Recreation Resort Králíky okr. Ústí nad Orlicí. The content of the building consists primarily in accommodation in **** hotel rooms for 60 beds. The hotel also has a restaurant with a terrace, with a capacity of 100 seats, from which there is a view of the surrounding countryside and the Hedeč Monastery, which is located on top of the hill. There is also a wellness hotel with a sauna world, a gym, a massage room and a small shop with ski equipment.
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RESORT KRÁLÍKY
Dudíková, Kateřina ; Velehradská, Dagmar (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The aim of this thesis is an architectural study of a new hotel in the mountain village of Králíky. The study deals with a four-star hotel with a capacity of 60 beds, wellness, and restaurant for 100 people, mainly focused on families with children. The designated area is situated in the mild terrain of the southeastern part of the village Králíky. The main concept of this architectural study is inspired by the surroundings, such as the small buildings with span roofs, traditional materials, mountain environment, orientation to the sides of the world, and a view of the surroundings dominated by the monastery. The building has an underground garage and three above-ground floors with the restaurant, wellness, gym, shops, and accommodation units. Near the hotel are areas used for sport and leisure activities, including a football field, swimming pool, and a ski slope.
SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL RESORT KRÁLÍKY
Bajgarová, Karolína ; Vojtová,, Lea (referee) ; Dýr, Petr (advisor)
The topic of the diploma thesis was to design an architectural study of a ski hotel in Králíky. The proposed building is located close to the existing urban development south of the city and in the southwestern part of the defined location for the implementation of the sports and recreation centre Králíky. The design of the hotel follows the project of the urban-architectural study of the sports and recreational resort, which offers leisure activities for all ages. The proposed building will serve as a four-star hotel with apartment rooms for 60 people, a restaurant for 100 people, wellness, gym, service, rental, shop, massage, hairdresser, manicure, pedicure and children's corner. The hotel has one underground floor and five above-ground floors. It is shown in slightly sloping terrain, below the proposed ski slope.
Marketing Strategy of the New Product / Services Launch
Čamková, Veronika ; Šimberová, Iveta (referee) ; Chalupský, Vladimír (advisor)
The main focus of the Hotel “Pod Zamkem” Diploma Thesis is to project and propose the best marketing strategy and use the most efficient and appropriate promotion method.The Diploma Thesis consist of two parts. The first section is dedicated to clarifying specific marketing terms such as Marketing Mix, Online Marketing Analysis SWOT, STEP Analysis, Porter’s Five Forces Model etc. The second part of the Diploma Thesis deals with more specific practical issues directly applying the theoretical analysis outlined in the first section. Furthermore the hotel quests have been asked to complete questionnaire in order to ascertain their view on future hotel development in order to utilise and enhance customer service in wellness and fitness.
Hotel
Bajtošová, Lenka ; Jelínková, Barbora (referee) ; Jelínek, Petr (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is the design of a hotel with a wellness center in the cadastral area of Spišské Tomášovce. The building is atypical in shape and is made up of three floors. In front of the hotel there are parking spaces for guests and employees, from the back of the building there is a connection to the road for the purpose of supply. From the main entrance it can be entered either into the hotel lobby or directly into the restaurant. The operating part of the hotel is separated from the part used by hotel guests. The hotel’s wellness and fitness center is accessible from the hotel lobby, but also through an external entrance north of the main guest entrance. On the second floor there are double rooms and double rooms with extra beds. On the third floor there are double and quadruple apartments with kitchen. From the construction point of view, the house is designed as an object made of lime-sand blocks insulated with mineral wool 200 mm thick. It is also formed by reinforced concrete ceilings and a flat single-skin roof. The diploma thesis is processed in the form of project documentation for the construction.
Wellness Hotel
Kašpárová, Darina ; Blažková, Vendula (referee) ; Daněk, Lukáš (advisor)
The subject of the diploma thesis is to elaborate the project documentation of a newbuilt wellness hotel located in the village of Lipno nad Vltavou. The building is designed as a non-basement one with three floors. It is visually divided into several parts. On the first floor there are two operational parts – a wellness and a restaurant. On the second and third floor there are small apartments for temporary guests' accommodation. The building foundations are made of concrete and reinforced concrete. The load-bearing structure is made of aerated concrete blocks and sand-lime blocks. The ceiling structures are made of cast-in-place reinforced concrete. The roof of the first floor is designed as a one-layer flat extensive green roof. The roofing of a main reception is designed by a sloping roof and the third floor as three adjoining sloping roofs. These roofs are formed by a system of aerated concrete roof panels and a water-dissipating layer of folded sheet metal. The building is insulated with an external thermal insulation composite system (ETICS). The part of the facade consist of facade cladding strips and part of the render of light color.

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