Property is located close to metro station Flora, between Hradecká, Chrudimská and Slezská street. The property is as part of former factory Duda Electric, which was built in Vinohrady by Czech businessman Alois Duda in 1908.
Pleasant ambience and interesting architectural division of the buildings enhances the freedom of open space on the south side of the building (Slezská street). The building fits into the overall architectural context of Vinohrady and became one of the first projects in Prague as new offices from former factory. The big advantage of the location is accessibility. To walk - 250 m to metro station Flora, plus tram transport on Vinohradská street.
Spaces can be divided into two categories according to the nature of the environment, either in a historic Art Nouveau villa or areas in modern building with structural system of columns and ceilings allowing the construction of open space or cellular offices.
Art Nouveau villa offers a typical historic spacious rooms with a large area and high ceilings with stucco. Plenty of light in the interior ensures a corner position villa with southwest orientation, high segmented arched windows that complement the internal glazed doors with decorative motifs of art nouveau. Attic of the building offers a newly created office spaces divided by glass walls, which permeates the light from the glassed part of the roof. The villa has three floors, each with an area of 300 m2, peaceful setting attic space provides an area of 320 m2.
In the new part of the building you can find a functional bright office space with variable dimensions from 20 m2 to 741 m2.
There are amenities within the building like pediatric surgery doctors, Czech post office, hairdressers, restaurants, sports facilities etc.