Reconstructed museum with amazing spaces not only for cultural events and programs
The Museum of Applied Arts in Prague collects, processes and preserves the past and present of craft, applied art and design for the future in the Czech and international context. He believes in combining the benefits of quality and beauty, he wants to be an inspiration, a lesson and an experience.
In the years 1897 - 1898, the building of the museum was built according to the design of Josef Schulz in the style of French Neo-Renaissance. The Museum of Applied Arts opened on November 15, 2017 after a three-year reconstruction, which brought a three-fold enlargement of the exhibition space - a total of 2,750 m2 of space for exhibitions, presentations and various events.
A new lecture hall and art studio is now available. On the ground floor there is a stylish café Času enough and a brand new parterre museum in the lobby is also available.
Creative and community space with endless possibilities in the Prague market.
Unique, historic premises in the Staropramen Brewery building for social and corporate events.
One of the most beautiful Baroque chateaux in Bohemia
Unique space for workshops, networking or corporate events
Shared space for work, networking and social events
Representative spaces of the national cultural monument in the center.