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Haridusteaduste Instituudi õppehoone

Paat, Kaja (2015) Haridusteaduste Instituudi õppehoone. [thesis] [en] Institute of Education Sciences Academic Building.

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Abstract

Tartu sümboliteks on Tartu Ülikool, Toomemägi ja Emajõgi. Antud lõputöö ühendab neist kaks. Tartu ülikoolide ruumilise arengu kavas on võetud suund Tartu Ülikooli tegevuse koondamisele kahte linnakusse: humanitaaralad kesklinna linnakusse ja reaalalad Maarjamõisa linnakusse. Haridusteaduste Instituut asub hetkel Tartus Salme tn 1a, mis jääb eemale nii kesklinna linnakust kui ka teistest sama teaduskonna hoonetest. Tartu kesklinna üldplaneeringu eskiislahenduses on toodud võimaliku hoonestatava alana Jakobi tänava Toomemäe poolne serv. Ala oli varem hoonestatud, kuid hooned hävisid Teises maailmasõjas. See on väga hea asukoht Haridusteaduste Instituudi uue hoone jaoks. Lõputöös on pakutud võimalik lahendus antud krundile instituudi õppehoone rajamiseks. Arvestatud on nii Tartu miljööga kui ka ala reljeefiga. Hoone on jagatud funktsionaalselt kaheks mahuks: õppetöö ja õppejõudude ruumid. Õppetöö korraldamiseks on hoones erinevas suuruses auditooriume ja seminariruume. Mahuliselt jagab hoone kaheks seda läbiv trepp, mis ühendab Toomemäge Munga tänavaga ja on ühtlasi Munga tänava pikenduseks. Trepi alla jääv aatrium seob omavahel need kaks hoone mahtu. Fassaadilahenduses on kasutatud Tartule omast akna raamistust ja ruudujaotust, kuid seda kaasaegses võtmes. Lõputöö raames kavandatud hoone oleks Tartu vanalinna loomulikuks jätkuks ja muudaks selle varjulise ja vähekasutatud Toomemäe pargi serva atraktiivseks linnaruumiks.

Abstract [en]

The symbols of Tartu are the University of Tartu, Toome Hill and the Emajôgi river. The present thesis unites two of them. According to the facilities development plan of the University of Tartu, the main focus is to draw together the activities of the University of Tartu into two campuses: humanitarian studies to the campus in the center and science studies to the Maarjamôisa campus. The Institute of Education is now in Salme street 1, in Tartu, which is far from the center and also from the other facilities of this faculty. In the draft plan of a general plan of Tartu city center, there is an optional space for a building on the side of Jakobi street facing Toome Hill. This area was used before for constructions, but the buildings were destroyed during the II WW. The location is very good for the new building of the Institute of Education. The present thesis offers a solution for the Institute's facility to the given area. The environment of Tartu as well as the characteristics of the landscape have been taken into consideration. The building has been functionally divided into two: studies and the facilities for the lecturers. The building is divided into two by a staircase, which units Toome Hill with Munga street and is also the prolongation of Munga street. On the facade of the building, the types of window frames and division typical to Tartu have been used in a modern way. The building projected in these thesis is a natural continuation to the old town of Tartu and it turns this shadowy and infrequently visited place into an atractive town space.

Item Type: thesis
Advisor: Mihkel Tüür
Co-advisor: Ott Kadarik
Subjects: Architecture > Applied Architecture > Architectural Design
Divisions: Institute of Architecture > Applied Architecture
Depositing User: Kaja Paat
Date Deposited: 18 Jun 2015 10:16
Last Modified: 18 Jun 2015 10:16
URI: http://eprints.tktk.ee/id/eprint/1686

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