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Muller Villa

Nad Hradnim vodojemem 14 | City of Prague Museum, Prague 162 00, Czech Republic
+420 224 312 012
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Alfred Loos work

ALfred Loos was a very good architect at the beginning of the last century. His main works are in... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Mariann H
Don't judge a book . . .

For those that know modern architecture, they can see the subtle design details and appreciate the... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
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The villa for Milada and Frantisek Muller in Prague is the chef-d'oeuvre of the international architectural avant-garde. He had no hesitation in commissioning one of the greatest architects of the time to design his own, representative home - Adolf Loos, who had already been active in Bohemia. This commission allowed Loos to bring his original spatial conception, known as Raumplan, to a rapid culmination. The outfitting of the villa interiors – selected and in many cases designed by the architect himself – was the embodiment of the surprising harmony between modern Functionalism and the classic English style.
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“english tour” (2 reviews)
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Nad Hradnim vodojemem 14 | City of Prague Museum, Prague 162 00, Czech Republic
Praha 6
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Reviewed 2 days ago

ALfred Loos was a very good architect at the beginning of the last century. His main works are in Vienne, but we visited in Plzen also 2 flat which were restored - they are excellent. In Prague his most famous work is the Muller Villa...More

Thank Mariann H
Reviewed 1 week ago

For those that know modern architecture, they can see the subtle design details and appreciate the proportions from the outside--for most, however, it may seem like a boring white house on the outside. It's not. Please go inside. The architect of this villa, Adolf Loos,...More

Thank teatour_karen
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

When Villa Muller was built in 1930, it's cubist form was in stark contrast to the older homes in this lovely Prague neighborhood. But the real surprise is the stunning interior that has been restored to its original beauty after the Communist era when it...More

1  Thank maxnalex
Reviewed 2 May 2017

The Muller Villa is located very conveniently on a tram line, but we walked there - it's not far, maybe a 45 minute walk from old town square in the center of Prague. We combined it with a visit to the Lobkowicz Palace and a...More

Thank Joan M
Reviewed 1 October 2016

This is a beautiful house designed by Adolf Loos in 1930 and was one of the highlights of our visit to Prague. It is worth knowing that you have to book a guided tour in advance. We had not researched it and just turned up,...More

Thank TaniaCordeiro
Reviewed 17 August 2016

Together with Tugendhat, this villa is just stunning. Excellently renovated and charming - the guide was well informed, answered all questions and did not rush anyone during the tour. However, I would welcome if a garden were also available for a sight-seeing, just as it...More

Thank cosmopolitan45
Reviewed 15 December 2015

If you are architect or interested in architecture do not miss this visit. Greatly preserved villa, very smart house plan. Adolf Loos ranks as one of the most important pioneers of the modern movement in architecture.

Thank ivanat8
Reviewed 11 April 2015

this house is the topest architecture what I have seen in the cyech republic. Modern design comes from 30ties previous centrury, amaying

Thank rotter m
Reviewed 3 August 2014

It is important to book the English tour in advance, as they are limited in size and in frequency. Our tour guide was beautiful and informative, prepared for each of our questions. One of the beauties, is that the home was perfectly furnished. You are...More

2  Thank tonytuna
Reviewed 27 May 2014 via mobile

Great villa to visit, but you need to be fan in architecture. It is not like Thugenhat which is taking breath, but definetelly interesting.

1  Thank Super_Bara
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