Prague from Architectural Perspective
Prague, Czech Republic
A unique take on Prague brings you through Villa Muller, Baba Settlement, Faculty of Architecture of Czech Technical University of Prague, House of the Black Mother, Wencesclas Square and Prague passageways' paternoster lift.
Discover the 19th-21st century architecutral wonders of Prague.
We begin from the district of Prague 6, passing through Villa Muller (Prague's best functionalist villa) and Baba Settlement (a colony of great functionalism villas on the hill overlooking Prague). Time-permitting, we can make a brief stop at the Faculty of Architecture of Czech Technical University of Prague.
Next, we bring you to the New Town of Prague. Visit the famous cubist House of the Black Mother, admire the architectures at Wencesclas Square which amazes you with its vibrant architectonic combination, from Neo-Renaissance, Neo-Classicism, Art Nouveau, through Constructivism, Functionalism, Socialist Realism, Sixties Architecture and more.
Discover the Prague passageways – this very typical feature of Prague New Town that is hidden for many visitors. See one of the few remaining working “paternoster“ lift.