Norbertov Study and Documentation Centre

■ Architect Adolf Loos – Models and Photos
■ Exhibition Villa Tugendhat in the Photography of Miloš Budík

The building's ground floor has an exhibition area for exhibitions and lectures to present themes and figures related to the two villas. The hall also serves the wider public and professionals for meetings and discussions, workshops, and other events focusing on the cultivation of the perception of modern architecture and culture.

Visit

Address

Nad Hradním vodojemem 53/13
162 00 Prague 6 – Střešovice
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Ticket office: +420 603 215 371 or 
+420 224 312 012
E-mail: vila.muller@muzeumprahy.cz

Research room: +420 233 323 998
E-mail: badatelna@muzeumprahy.cz

Opening hours

Monday–March, November–December
Open: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
9.45 am–6 pm

April–October
Open: Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday, Sunday
8.45 am–6 pm

  • The visitors with valid tickets for the Müller and Rothmayer villas have free admission within seven days of the visit.

Tickets

Regular: CZK 50

Other events:
– Lectures and programmes: CZK 100
– Guided walks:
 Regular: CZK 150
 Reduced (7–26 and 65+): CZK 80

The building is partially barrier free.

Exhibition at the SDCN Gallery

The centre further includes a repository for artefacts from the two villas that have not been displayed, an archive with documentation plans of the two buildings, the research results of Adolf Loos's oeuvre in the Czech lands, and a professional library focused on architecture. Research workers can study archival materials and expert literature in a research room on the first floor.