Dancing House Prague (Tančící dům, Praha)

‘Dancing House’ was the first building by any internationally famous architect in post-communist Prague. Frank Gehry joined forces with local architect Vlado Milunić to fill in a corner site, which stood empty for decades after accidental US bombing of Prague in 1945. ⁠

Gehry originally named the building after dancers Fred & Ginger, from Golden Age Hollywood films. Since nobody in Czech Republic ever heard of them, the building is simply known as ‘Tančící dům’ (Dancing House).⁠ It is the most recognised modern building in Prague since its opening in 1996 and its style is described as Postmodern and/or Deconstructivist.

Included in the illustration is the neighbouring Art Nouveau residential building.

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A1 – 84x59cm, A2 – 59x42cm, A3 – 42x30cm, A4 – 30x21cm


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