Karolína Burešová: Vernacular architectural elements - exhibition
The exhibition Vernacular architectural elements highlights how vernacular building naturally uses architectural forms to create suitable climates for the indoor environment. The exhibition presents a partial part of Karolína Burešová's research through graphs and objects. Come and be inspired and get an understanding of the basic principles of architectural form. The installation in the MINI Gallery on the ground floor of the Faculty of Architecture of the BUT is available until 5.12.2022. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
This exhibition depicts partial research within Karolína Burešová's PhD studies on the topic of determinism and the predefinition of architectural form.
Vernacular architecture is a source of inspiration and guidance for the design of housing in a particular region, as well as for protecting and improving the environment, material and energy costs, as these buildings cope with the climate in a passive design strategy.
The case study discovers the unmechanised architectural form of the elements, which react to the climate conditions in the built environment of the vernacular architecture. The cases are selected according to Köppen climate classification calculated for the Czech republic 2071-2100 in the mandatory category Cfa with European cases in the same category Italy, Croatia, Serbia, Bulgaria, Spain, Krasnodar-Russia. These representatives are observed by Google Street View.
The collection will represent the impact of the elements on the indoor environment by collages, models and Honeybee thermodynamic modeling.
The potential of the research is to use the results in combination of architectural elements of the vernacular(1), contemporary(2) and ecological(3) housing architecture to design a new balanced housing model.
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