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PORTFOLIO 2013 PETR JANÁČ


PETR JANÁČ, BC. ET BC.

PROFILE RESPONSIBLE, PROACTIVE, ENTHUSIASTIC AND CREATIVE PERSON. WILLING TO WORK HARD, LOOKING FOR NEW CHALLENGES. CONTACT INFORMATION ADDRESS:

U Váhy 435, Valašské Klobouky, 766 01, The Czech Republic

SECONDARY ADDRESS:

Vídeňská 46, Brno, 639 00, The Czech Republic

TELEPHONE: +420605132180 EMAIL: xajanacp@stud.fa.vutbr.cz PERSONAL INFORMATION DATE OF BIRTH:

10. 6. 1988

PLACE OF BIRTH:

Zlín, CZ

NATIONALITY: Czech


CV EDUCATION 2003 - 2007 2007-

Masaryk High Grammar School, Vsetín, CZ Art History, Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University Brno, CZ, Master’s degree programme Bachelor’s degree programme /Bc./ completed by passing state examination and dissertation called Chapel of St. Wenceslav in Kudlov and architect F. L. Gahura , degree conferred: Bc., in 2010, thesis available at: http://is.muni.cz/auth/osoba/264110?lang=en;setlang=en;studium=539146

2008-

Faculty of Architecture, Brno University of Technology, CZ Bachelor’s degree programme /Bc./ completed by passing state examination and bachelor thesis called HOUSE ON THE EDGE, mixed use building in Valašské Meziříčí, degree conferred: Bc., in 2012 , available at portfolio

2010-2011

ERASMUS exchange programmr, Architecture Technology and Interior Design, University of Bolton, GB

SKILLLS

Microsoft Office, Autodesk AutoCAD, 3ds max, SketchUp, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, driving license

ANOTHER PROFFESIONAL ACTIVITIES

June

2012

Workshop Kovolití 2012, designing and creating forms and casting iron sculptures,

The Foundry of Štěpánov, CZ

2012

architectural study of detached house for young family, Ostrava, CZ

summer

2013

worked as a tourist guide at the Žleby Castle, CZ

spring

2013

Workshop Sustainability of module housing estate Lesná, Brno,

cooperation between schools of architecture from Brno, Ostrava ( CZ ), Bratislava ( SK )

external cooperation with HiArch, architectural studio, Brno, CZ

2013

LANGUAGES Czech native speaker English fluently Spanish intermediate German begginer INTERESTS

Arts, travelling, friends


CONTENTS

2013

Sustainable housing estate Lesnรก, Architectural Workshop

MASTER STUDIES MODUL: CITY AND WATER

Unseen Monumentality, a footbridge

The Pier House

Community Leisure Centre Pastrnkova

2012 DETACHED HOUSE, Architectural Study

THE HOUSE ON THE EDGE, Bachelor Project

ON A HIGH-FREQUENCY WAVE, outlook and transmitter tower, Studio Project


2011

ACHARI RESTAURANT, Refurbishment of Indian Restauran Design Project

CHAPEL STREET ART CENTRE, Architectural Studio Design Project

LA DOLCE VITA APARTMENT, Hotel Penthouse Apartment design project

2010

STUDENT ROOM DESIGN, Interior Design

ICE CUBE CHAIR, Furniture Design

GRAND PRIX BRNO GALLERY, Architectural Studio Project

TERACCED HOSE WITH ATRIUM, Architectural Studio Project

2009

DÉJÀ VU PAVILION,

Fundamentals of Architectural Design Project

CHIESA DI SAN ANDREA AL QUIRINALE, Structure Model


ARCHITECTURAL WORKSHOP COLEGUES: MARTIN KOHAUT, ZUZANA KRNÁČOVÁ, ŠÁRKA NAHODILOVÁ, DOMINIK ČERMÁK, VERONIKA OTTOPALOVÁ ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLS FROM BRNO, OSTRAVA (CZ), BRATISLAVA (SK), 2013

SUSTAINABLE HOUSING ESTATE BRNO LESNÁ


WAY OF LIFE AT HOUSING ESTATE LESNÁ BY SENIOR´S POINT OF VIEW

There are Čertova rokle / gorge in the middle of the housing estate Lesná which serve as a pleasurable recreational area. Great open spaces with hidden nooks became very dangerous during the night time. There are also typival problems of housing estate of this scale as a lack of car spaces, weekend depopulation and a overall neglect of cummunications and common premises.

Klouzání je super!

NEGATIV ASPECTS OF LIFE AT HOUSING ESTATE

Housing estate Lesná was built in 1960´ due to the project of Brno architects Rudiš and Zounek. Setting in the green nature spaces and particular genorosity of comunally shared spaces is unique in the context of that time and it is distinguishable till these days. Original inhabitants, for which this housing estate were built, become old and new ones were moved into area, but Lesná have been still kind of good address compares with other Brno´s housing estates. Plenty of common buildings as small district centres had to search for a new usage after market and distribution of population changes since 1989, because there were nodoby to care about them. Nevertheless Lesná is still keeping a wide variety of services which is not typical for this kind of housing estate. Retired people is appreciating especially wide green areas projecting to the housing which they are partly maintain themself and clearly organised traffic.

In Lesná, there are plenty of leisure places for all ages offering opportunities how to spent free time out of a flat. Housing estate Lesná is offering a wide variety of playgroungs, a climbing centre, nature trails or free spaces for sport activities. A quiet areas are conveniently separated from traffic routes to aviod an incidental collision of pedestrians and vehicles.

It is very hard to find a parking place for my Fiat!

Don´t worry my fairy. They can go to play outside! They have so many opportunities over here!

Uaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!

KIDS AT LESNÁ

Hey grandpa, grandchildern will come to visit us for weekend What we gonna do with them?


1970 / 2013

ORIGINAL PLAN

SITE ANALYSIS

SUPERSTRUCTURES BUILT IN 1990´ • Site development


REVITALISATION OF THE SITE - DESIGN SUGGESTIONS

DESIGN OF COMMUNITY CENTRE

FOOTBRIDGES

LIGHT CABS


UNSEEN MONUMENTALITY,


FOOTBRIDGE ALONG PADRテグ DOS DESCOBRIMENTOS CITY AND WATER ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE VUT BRNO 2012


FORM FOLLOWS FLOORPLAN, CROSS SECTION

SCHEME • gradation of volumes • central axis of symmetry

5M 10M 20M

OPPORTUNITY TO A FORM There are some places having a certain kind of relation with water element. They inspire us to create an architecture with an organisation or a formal aspects which are derived from these very postulates and the nature of the water element itself. Aim is to create a work which is in a particular harmony with nature and at the same time it is integrated into its surroundings as a paarticular superstructure of the natural environment with its own principles. Padrão dos Descobrimentos, the national memorial sculpture from 1941, is allegorically depicting portuguese nation rising on a ship prepared to discover and conquer the world. The monument is projecting to the ocean, therefore it is not possible to walk round and watch it from all the directions. Due to these circumstances, I designed a transparent footbridge which allows to see the monement from all the angles and enables a fluent flow of pedestrians along the seafront. Shape of the footbridge continues in gradations of the monument axes, pushing to the sea and complies with its symmetry. Otherwise, the footbridge is a contemporary contribution to this monument of Salazar dictatorship and lighten, relieves and updates its volume by negation of repeating shapes. The footbridge is made up of laminated glass panels firmed by steel cables which co-define shape of a railing.


CITY AND WATER ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2012

THE PIER HOUSE


CROSS SECTION

FLOORPLANS

SITUATION

SCHEME

1ST

2ND

2M

1M 5M

MIXTURE FUNCTIONS +

• open X close interior • interior temperature and atmosphere can be changed by setting wooden screens depending on a season and weather or a required mood


PIER - HOUSE - AMPHITHEATER The peninsula on the left bank of The Brno Dam is a favourite summer destination, however there are almost no leisure facilities and current ones are in a poor condition and missing an overall conception. Hence in the central part of peninsula I design an entrance leisure summer facility building which consists of two parts, a restaurant opened all year round and a covered passage designed for summer beach activities with basic facilities such as toilets, changing rooms, showers and lock boxes. Interior temperature and mood of the restaurant can be regulated by setting of wooden screens. We can get completly open interior space connected with a nature environment surrounding the building or on the contrary, it is possible to set an intimate atmosphere inside. The building is opening toward The Brno Dam by a system of decreasing terraces and a final pier. The pier is possible to concieve as a performing stage with rising terraces of a natural amphitheater culminating in the entrance building. Thus the building divides the peninsula into two parts and acts as a peaceful addition to surrounding environment, a landmark for summer visitors, while providing a certain level of comfort. Volume of the building complies with a surrounding simple functional boxy development with the difference that the main material used here is wood.

ENTRANCE PIER BUILDING WITH RESTAURANT, THE BRNO DAM


CITY AND WATER ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2012


COMMUNITY LEISURE CENTRE PASTRNKOVA


CONTEXT SPACE + SITE SCHEME VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK

VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK

VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK

A Community Leisure Centre at the Street Pastrnkova, Brno is proposed in the place of notional corner of an adjacent block of buildings by the river, where un unmaintained green with beautiful young birch trees are currently. I propose a two storey pavilion as a TERMINATION OF THIS CITY BLOCK in its axis for a local neighborhood community, because the city structure of several surrounding blocks is separated from the rest of the city by railways, a factory complex and unfortunately by the river as well. The place is aslo a cross of pederstrian paths along the river Svitava and the proposed object will serve also as the STARTING POINT FOR LEISURE ACTIVITIES by the river in this part of the city with basic facilities as public toilets, lock boxes or a small cafe.

VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK

REDISCOVERING OF RELATION TO WATER AND IDENTITY OF PLACE

The building is proposed PROJECTING TO THE RIVER by several terraces and thus REDISCOVERS THE RELATION WITH THE RIVER and a nature in general. The pavilion is designed as UTILITARIAN AS POSSIBLE without any regular need of maintainance. The construction of the building is compound as a steel frame structure with a resistant composite cladding system. Openings are solved in PROPORTIONS related to the standard dimensions of cladding system and its multiples.


FLOORPLANS

GROUND FLOOR

1ST FLOOR

2M 1M

5M


VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK

DETACHED HOUSE ARCHITECTURAL STUDY, PRIVATE INVESTOR, OSTRAVA 2012

VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK

THE PENT ROOFED NEST HOUSE


CONCEPTION

cut

basic volume of house

linivg area garage partial floor for children

terrace structure

shed for second car


11500

7000 VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK

7500

16000

1.

11.

18.

6500

VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK

5100

7000

VYTVOŘENO VE VÝUKOVÉM PRODUKTU SPOLEČNOSTI AUTODESK

1.

4000

7500


MIXED USE BUILDING IN VALAŠSKÉ MEZIŘÍČÍ BACHELOR PROJECT FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2012


THE HOUSE ON THE EDGE


SITUACE VOLUME - OPENNESS - CLOSEDNESS

SITE PLAN

My proposal is trying to fix a disturbed urban structure of the town Valašské Meziříčí by its clear definition and a completion, creating a firm structure which is linked to volumes and appearance of surrounding historic buildings. At the same time a new proposed building block is open to a suburbian part of the town. The site is divided into three smaller buildings with regard to their functions and they form a compact city block, which is enclosing historical street circuit on the north side and opening to the sun and suburb of blocks of apartment buildings on the south. PICTURESQUE - COMPACT CITY The structure of the gothic town is still aparent in nature of the town, despite the fact, that there is almost nothing left from these times. Long rectangular square with narrow plots, mostly with arcades on street level, these are typical features of a town founded in late gothic age. Individual houses have similar volumes but generally they are slightly diferent in detailing as a height and a slope of the roof or shifts of street lines and thus, it is a certain pitoreque urban composition within an integrated medieval town. Streets are vertically divided by each volumes of houses and by window axes, horizontally by mouldings. REINTERPRETATION These proportional relations are translated to an abstract volume composition, reflecting links of a town visual appearance, pitoreque shaping of volumes. Compositional relations of streets are transformed into oblique planes of crystalline structures staying in on the north side and staying out on the south side. Window are placed out in an irregular layout corresponding to the structure and function of individual units, deliberately blurring a distinction between each floor in order to don´t disrupt surrounding buildings with less floors but approximatly same height.

bytový dům

obytná ulice

základní umělecká škola zakladač

zpevněvněná plocha provozní ulice


URBAN LINKS

TOWN CENTRE, HISTORIC STREETS

SUBURB, URBAN OPEN SPACE

CLOSEDNESS

OPENNESS

SOUTH CARDINAL DIRECTION, STREETS OPENED TO THE SUN


APARTMENT BUILDING

GROUND FLOOR

1ST FLOOR

dustbins utility room exchange station foyer

prams

commercial premises

housing units

housing storages

studio

- home office

2ND FLOOR

3RD FLOOR


ART SCHOOL

GROUND FLOOR

1ST FLOOR fine arts studio

ceramic workshop

II

headmaster‘s office

storage

2ND FLOOR

main school hall music lecture room

fine arts studio

music classrooms storage

administration

cloakroom

teacher´s offices

cleaning

exchange station, utility

computer lab

visual arts school

multifunctional premises

music and dance school

theater school

multi-purpose room

practising playing musical instruments

II multi-purpose hall

cleaning

school theater multi-purpose room

I

cloakroom, makeup


MULTI-STOREY CAR PARK

ENERGY SCHEME - SUMMER ENERGETICKÉ SCHÉMA - LÉTO

1ST FLOOR

TYPICAL FLOOR restaurant

1 - slope of the southern facade - avoid summer overheating 2 - thermal insulation - interior thermal comfort, energy savings 3 - shielding - effective outdoor blinds 1 - skosení jižní strany - zabránění průniku ostrého letního světla hluboko do místností 2 -4telepná izolace - zabránění přehřívání místností - rainwater management in the complex - reservoir collecting water 3 - stínění - fasádní žaluzie na jižní straně 4 -5retenční nádrž - hospodaření s dešťovou vodou na pozemku stavby scale and height help to change air - natural ventilation - windows of various 5 - množství různých ookenních otvorů v jednotlivých bytech - možnost cirkulace vzduchu vrámci jedné obytné jednotky či místnosti - vypuštění teplého vzduchu vysoko položenými okny

sklon slunečních paprsků 63% 2

3 1

ENERGETICKÉ SCHÉMA - ZIMA

4

ENERGY SCHEME - WINTER 1 - pasivní solární zisky - vhodná orientace a modelace budov na jižní stranu, 2 - nejvyšší možné oslunění - zploštění severojižních stran objektů, v neosluněných částech umístěny bytové kóje 3 - telepná izolace - zamezení únikům tepla ven 4 - pasivní solární zisky - velké okenní otvory na jižní a západní stranu

1 - north - south oriented internal streets enlarged and oblate to get sun to every room 2 - winter solar energy gains - large windows on the south and west side

sklon slunečních paprsků 16% 3

2

1

4


CELKOVÉ POHLEDY

SOUTH ELEVATION POHLED JIŽNÍ

NORTH ELEVATION POHLED SEVERNÍ

ŘEZ ZÁPAD - VÝCHOD

CROSS SECTION


MODEL 1:100


OUTLOOK AND TRANSMITTER TOWER ABOVE THE CITY OF BRNO ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO PROJECT FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2012

ON A HIGH-FREQUENCY WAVE


DESIGN PROCESS

SITUATION Bystrc

Jundrov

Vysoฤina Brno

Pรกlava

Kohoutovice

PROPORTIONAL SYSTEM

1. function: vertical - transmitter tower x horizontal - outlook structure 2. core - wind loading - strength - > tapering shaft - reinforced concrete - round cross sec. 3. contrast of volumes by function -> light steel structure X massive RC core 4. shift of the steel structure to the city - intention - walk over city of Brno, landmark 5. steel cables - link functions symbolically + enable subtle steel structure of outlook tower

Structural elements are designed in proportional relation to a human figure in particular relative proportions. 6. proportional relations of the parts to the whole, golden section


STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM

STAIRCASE DETAILING

OUTLOOK TOWER STRUCTURE DETAILING

The spatial frame structure consisting of rolled steel H sections, which are carried by tension steel cables. The landing of look-out is made up of a trapezoidal metal sheet and finished with steel plate. Railings consists of round steel tubes and attached tempered glass screens.


FRONT ELEVATION TOP VIEW CABLE ANCHORING DETAILING - TOP BEAM ANCHORING DETAILING 1m

OUTLOOK CONSTRUCTION FLOOR PLAN

1m

CABLE ANCHORING DETAILING - BUTTOM

STAIRCASE FLOOR PLAN

10m

1m


REFURBISHMENT OF INDIAN RESTAURANT INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECT UNI OF BOLTON, 2011


CURRENT STATE Achari Restaurant is a well established restaurant in Bolton (UK), offering Indian and Bangladeshi food, located near Bolton Station and city centre. Owner of restaurant is planning to refurbish the restaurant in order to extend a seating area. He has already managed plans of extension drawn by local architect. New opportunities have emerged to completely change interior layout and to give the restaurant a new contemporary appereance.

DESIGN AIMS • brighter and lighter space • set up atmosphere • unforgetable visual experience for a customer • distictive legible design with features of Indian culture - hena patterns DESIGN FEATURES • distinctive bar and welcoming area • ceiling covered with wooden lath structure • booths enliven with sheds and hanging lights • semi - transparent curtains providing both privacy and look out • wall decorations - nitches and frames - places for artefacts • frosted glass with printed hena patterns

PROPOSAL


MATERIAL BOARD

LIGHTNING SCHEME


PENTHOUSE HOTEL APARTMENT

a t i V ce

L

l o D a

INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECT - GLOBAL INTERIORS UNI OF BOLTON, UK 2011


SITE 19.C. factory mill building, Catelfield, Manchester, UK Listed building converted into flats by Urban Spalsh co. Future Penthouse apartment Massive perimeter walls, internal cast iron columns Spacious factory windows, high ceilings

TASK Design of a luxury penthouse for long term hotel guests To evoke particular atmosphere in interiors Contemporary hotel design with mood of italian classic modern design of 1950´- 70´ sequence of striking installations, colorful, witty interior

DESIGN Grand hall spreads through entire space Division of space - walls X curtains X plastic panels OK Everybody can find own spot and set a degree of intimacy movable panels and screens Splitting space into zones of activities round dominant staicase Different levels of visual contact between individual parts of space Spatial illusions, massing and spreading of space


SANITARY FACILITIES JACUZZI SOCIAL ZONE CROSS SECTION

WORKROOM

GRAND HALL

ENTRANCE ROOM

RECREATIONAL ZONE

SECOND FLOOR

FIRST FLOOR

PRIVATE ZONE MAIN BEDROOM

CLOAKROOM TOILETS BATHROOM

EXTRA BEDROOM


ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO DESIGN PROJECT UNI OF BOLTON, 2011

CHAPEL STREET ART CENTRE


DESIGN PROCESS

continuity of surrounding pedestrian routes barrier against busy roads round the site

URBAN PLAN

relation to river Irwell create a waterfront promenade

height levels of the city gateway to the Salford - a counterpart to adjacent hotel reduced volume opposite the Cathedral

SITE ANALYSIS, DESIGN STATEMENT SITE

historical core of Manchester Cathedral x former freight railway station gateway to The City of Salford

PERMEABILITY x busy roads round the site x bridge and river Irwell CONCEPTION recultivation of ​​Chapel Street area continuity of pedestrian routes oasis of culture within the building block by the river FUNCTIONS Art Centre - Kusthalle - art studios - commercial premises - leisure facilities FORM urban context, partitons, heights tradition: typical factory frame mill brick buildings - > boxy building volume, glass x massive brick blocks - > frame structure system - variability of use


GROUND FLOOR

1ST FLOOR First oor plan

Basement oor plan

Reception

Service core

Shop Lobby

Gallery I

Main exibition space Waiting and luggage area

Coee lounge

3RD FLOOR

2ND FLOORoor plan Second

Third oor plan

Lecture room I

Gallery III

Gallery II

Lecture room II


4TH FLOOR Fourth oor plan

5TH FLOOR Fifth oor plan

OямГce lobby

Flexible spaces

Storage

CROSS SECTION I

CROSS SECTION II


ELEVATIONS


INTERIOR DESIGN PROJECT FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2010

STUDENT ROOM DESIGN


FLOOR PLAN


SECTIONS


GALLERY CHAIR FURNITURE DESIGN FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2010

ICE CUBE CHAIR


TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

560

340

350

410

335

350

220

15°

210

150 6°

140°

480

77,5

159°

15

105

140

375

0

78°

15

13

109°

115

10

335

210

35

40

138° 158°

150

145

132°

103°

90

98°

91°

260

285

480

485

490

155

450

5 16

101°

132°


STRUCTURAL DIAGRAM


GRAND PRIX BRNO GALLERY

ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO PROJECT FACUTLY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2010


SITE Current state of all the buildings in The Brno Circuit area is in a dismal state. These buildings and tribuns are just only the most necessary both in terms of aesthetics and materials, these is no clear urban plan. Gallery is designed as a main representative and welcoming building, placed by the main southwest circuit gate, at the place of a current carpark and in front of the main tribune. Hence the building is in touch with all the traffic in area and becomes a dominant and a symbol of The Brno Circuit. DESIGN IDEAS Design of the building symbolically uses terms of dynamics, competition and race. Volume of the building is made up of two wedging contrast elements, opposite in the structure system and used materals. Dynamic steel frames stand out of a concrete core and also carrying steel slats and glasing. Base of floorplan consists of two different circles connected by curves, where a supply and an entrance area are placed. In front of the entrance, there is a paved plaza, which can by utilized for representative purposes.


2ND FLOOR PLAN

1ST FLOOR PLAN

CROSS SECTION


ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO PROJECT FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2010

TERRACED HOUSE WITH ATRIUM


SITUATION

CROSS SECTION I


PROJECT Unfavorable lighting conditions of site caused by SE orientation of an access road, a slope of the terrain and a very nature of a terraced house distinctly influenced design of a building and a conception of house space. I propose an insertion of glassed atrium into the horizontal tube of the terraced house serving as a vertical light shaft that illuminates the interior of both floors of the house. Large windows on street facade are wrapped into a semi transparent wooden slats structure which serve both as sun screens and a barrier protecting house interior from nosy street views.

CROSS SECTON II

FLOOR PLANS


MEDITATIVE SPACE FUNDAMENTALS OF ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN FACUTLY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2009


DÉJÀ VU

VISUALLY PSYCHOLOGIC PHENOMENON

FEELINGS OF FAMILIARITY

AND

SET AN ATMOSPHERE

BY

LIGHT

SPACE

SHAPES

LINK

GEOMETRIC

STRENGTH OF REINFORCED CONCRETE

WELCOMING MAIN SPACE MEMORY

BORDERLINE

ENTRANCE

BARRIER

TA P E R I N G

MAGNIFICENCE

EXPERIENCE

DIFFUSED SIDE LIGHT SOFT SHADES

VOLUMES

INTERACTION OF

STRESS AND TRANQUILITY HEIGHT

CONFIDENTIALITY

DIRECT LIGHT

DECISIVE EDGES


CHIESA DI SAN ANDREA AL QUIRINALE STRUCTURE MODEL FUNDAMENTS OF ARCHITECTURE FACULTY OF ARCHITECTURE, VUT BRNO 2009


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