Diplomové práce


Rafail Afandiyev

Architektura a urbanismus, Magisterská diplomová práce


We know that appropriate light during the day is critical in maintaining the key aspects of our overall health. Life on earth depends on the light which comes from the sun. This project explores both the qualitative and quantitative attributes of light to the benefit of humans and plants through the development of the conservatory where people can enjoy the daylight and plants depending on it as a source of energy. Observing the Prague climate data, exploring the city-garden relationships and an integrated daylight design for the Prague botanical garden conservatory are the main objectives of the thesis project. The project also focuses on the inside-outside relationship to find out the common point on the conservatory to answer why we conserve the plants which belong to different climates beside educational and research purposes. The curvilinear conservatory structures have been designed sustainably as a starting point, with regards to different climatic conditions given by passive climate control techniques. A computer-controlled shading system has been integrated into the fabric of the building to maintain the climate within efficiently.

Za obsah této stránky zodpovídá: Ing. arch. Kateřina Rottová, Ph.D.