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Ing. arch. Eva Putrová, CSc.
Identification number: 452
University e-mail: eva.putrova [at] stuba.sk
 
Odborná asistentka CSc.,PhD. - Institute of Urban Design and Planning (FA)

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Basic information

Basic information about a final thesis

Type of thesis: Diploma thesis
Thesis title:Landscape area of recreation - southwesthern part of Petrzalka, Bratislava
Written by (author): Ing. Petra Kačmárová
Department: Institute of Landscape and Garden Architecture (FA)
Thesis supervisor: Ing. arch. Eva Putrová, CSc.
Opponent:Ing. arch. Vladimír Hrdý
Final thesis progress:Final thesis was successfully defended.


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Language of final thesis:Slovak

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Title of the thesis:Landscape area of recreation - southwesthern part of Petrzalka, Bratislava
Summary:ABSTRACT: The goal of my master thesis was a design aiming to transform a segment of a landscape, which is currently exclusively agriculturally used area. Main idea comes from designing the flood protection for the city of Bratislava by flooding original Danube arms, by doing so the character of the floodplain forest will be brought back to this agricultural area. The target of my design is to create landscape area within the exploitation of sport and recreation. The site, located in suburban zone between the city districts Rusovce and Jarovce, from the west limited by D2 highway, should provide the green zones with relaxation and sport function as well for visitors, moreover it should be an area for increasing the inhabitants' awareness of environment coming of laying nearby districts, regarding its cognitively instructive function of the site with the botanical trail. The area should become a point of attraction for the users of different aging groups by focusing on the great variety of spaces and elements. Natural character is maximized by organic shape of the paths inspired by lax line of the watercourse in the natural area without any human intervention what symbolize the contrast to the city and its organized movement. The water surfaces, represented at large and visually attractively approached, should evoke the feeling of proximity with water element, besides that with nature as so. There are many spots designed for rest and refreshment. An user will appreciate the attention to detail and working out especially on impressive views and the eye-catching sceneries. The objective was to design a unity of the natural character of the park and its various exploitations with the intention of the attractive time spending of the visitors. This study, including changes of present landscape, might potentially serve as an model base for further designs and development of this area in the case of realization of the Anti-flooding protection of the city of Bratislava II.
Key words:anti-flooding protection, landscape park, suburban recreation,, restoration of the floodplain forest

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