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Rothmayer's villa belongs to the gems of modern architecture of the 20th century. This two-story family home was built by Otto Rothmayer in 1929-1930 for his family. He was inspired by the Mediterranean tradition and the designs of architect Josip Plečnik. The villa was the center of cultural life, where family friends such as the photographer Josef Sudek and the glassmaker René Roubíček, whose vases decorate the garden, gathered. Nowadays, the villa is considered an important monument of Czech interwar architecture, and thanks to the preservation of the house, interiors and garden, it is also a unique testimony to the working environment, intellectual background and lifestyle of the family. Currently, Rothmayer's villa has been completely renovated and is open to the public for the first time.
Source: muzeumprahy.cz

Exhibition in the Rothmayer villa:
The exhibition "The Story of a House and a Family" recalls the distinctive style of Otto Rothmayer's architectural work. At the same time, he tries to create the atmosphere of the living, working and artistic environment that Rothmayer created together with his wife Božena. She was an important textile designer, promoter of modern lifestyle and feminist.

Don't forget to register for the tour via e-mail vila.muller@muzeumprahy.cz or by phone at +420 603 215 371 and reserve your place! Please wait for the reservation confirmation.

U Páté baterie 896/50
162 00 Praha 6
Nearest stop
BUS, TRAM U Vojenské nemocnice
Opening hours
Tue, Thu, Sat – Sun
regular time slots in the English language:

entry is possible only after prior email or telephone reservation:
+420 603 215 371
(call only during opening hours)
Admission price list
Regular admission
with the Prague Visitor Pass
Villa, Exhibition
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