#Prague the capital of the Czech Republic 🇨🇿 is very rich in a variety of landmarks especially historical ones but there are also a great number of modern places of interest. One of them is the Prague Dancing a modern building designed in deconstructionist style by Zagreb-born Czech architect Vlado Milunić and Frank O. Gehry. It is the most famous modern building in Prague, a city better known for its historic architecture. It's highly original building resembling and also inspired by two dancers – Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. #czechrepublic#czechia#praguedancinghouse#dancinghouseprague#dancinghouse#prague#praha
Next to the Vltava River is a building that’s one of it’s kind: The Dancing House. The building was made in four years that is from 1992 to 1996 and was designed by architects
Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunic. The building looks like two people dancing and was inspired by two very famous dancers: Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
It is home to right around 3000 square meters of office premises, a restaurant, a display gallery, and a meeting hall. Above all, there is a terrace over it, from which you can see a panorama view of Prague.The top floor of the structure is open for visitors and houses the famous restaurant, Celeste Restaurant. This five-star restaurant highlights rich, Czech cuisine cooked by top-trained chefs and has over and again been named one of the top restaurants in Europe. Visit once and know why. #TravelWithMLMT .
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THE DANCING HOUSE
The Dancing House, Prague’s Nationale-Nederlanden Building, also known as ‘Fred and Ginger,’ was designed by Vlado Milunic, a Croatian-Czech architect, and Frank Gehry, a Canadian-American architect.
The Prague Dancing House, a highly original building resembling and also inspired by two dancers- the immortality famous duo of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers.
The ‘Fred and Ginger’ building is one of the most significant landmarks in Prague and definitely the most internationally renowned piece of post-1989 Czech architecture.
The deconstructivist- or new-baroque - architecture forms an unusual dancing shape thanks to 99 concrete panels, each a different shape and dimension. It’s proved so popular that the building now features on a good 2,000 Czech koruna coin issued by the Czech National Bank.
The building is a home to almost 3,000 square meters of office premises, a restaurant, a gallery, and a conference centre. #prague#czechrepublic#travel#architecture#thedancinghouse#praguedancinghouse#culture#fredandginger#architect#architecturephotography#architecturestudent#photography#photographer#blog#education#cultured#art