Muller Villa (Mullerova vila) is one the most important monuments of Functionalist style worldwide. It’s on the list of cultural heritage of the Czech Republic. The villa was built by the design of the architects Adolf Loos, an Austrian architect and one of the most significant representative of modern architecture, and Karel Lhota in 1928 – 1930. The building and the interior keep the authenticity of the architectural art.
The exhibition inside the Muller Villa is devoted to the life and work of Adolf Loos in the Czech lands. You can find there also the Study and Documentation Centre for researchers with designs, documents, three dimensional items, an audioarchiv, a videoarchiv, a photoarchiv and a library.
Address: Nad Hradnim vodojemem 14/642
How to get there:
Take off at metro station Hradcanska (green line A), then continue by tram no. 1 or 18 to the direction of Petriny. Get off at Orechovka stop.
Entrance is by prior arrangement only: tel. +420 224 312 012, e-mail: email@example.com. The tours are always with expert commentary. Maximum of 7 persons in one group. The building doesn’t have barrier-free access.
1st November – 31st March
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday tours at 10:00, 12:00, 14:00, 16:00
1st April – 31st October
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday – tours at 9:00, 11:00, 13:00, 15:00, 17:00
The Study and Documentation Centre is open every day but only by prior arrangements.
Basic: 300,- CZK
Reduced: 200,- CZK
Children under 6 for free
An additional fee of 100 CZK per person applies for foreign language commentary.