The Czech Design Week of 2022 made its entrance to Prague, bringing the latest fashion trends, extravagant accessories, and the spirit of the culture of the Czech Republic.  Visitors can perceive well-known artists as well as independent creators sharing their works for the first time in their lives. In any sense, it is a diverse event that connects people through the medium of art—be it artistic or aesthetic!  The event takes place at Galerie Mánes, the modern art gallery featuring contemporary design in the fields of fashion and art, from September 2, 2022, to September 4, 2022.  Czech Design: all you need to know This is not the first time Czech Design has roared Prague’s lifestyle and boars its streets.Read more.

The design market is slamming into the summer by introducing a brand new approach to the fashion industry at Výstaviště. The event aims to run on May 21-22, almost non-stop, from 10.00 AM to 6.00 PM, welcoming all four-legged pals and their devoted friends – humans.  The perfect place to meet for brunch and discover the fashion and design industry trends absolutely for free!  What is the design market?  For the newbies, a design market is a unique event, gathering artists and masters of their crafts together under one roof once a season, metaphorically speaking. In fact, it is considered to be one of the most significant designer events in the entire Czech Republic.  Since it runs only by season, the next time,Read more.

A Cubist Cafe in Prague? Yes. Are you an architecture-junkie? Let me give you a hit and turn your attention towards The Madonna House (also known as “The House of the Black Mother”, or “U Černé Matky Boží” in Czech). Luckily for us, it’s located right in the heart of Prague’s Old Town and is noted as the only surviving Cubist interior in the world. Josef Gočár was only 31 years old when he designed the building in 1911 which originally was supposed to be a department store. With angular windows and its unique balconies, it symbolizes the Czech contribution to the cubist movement in its entirety. This building was open for ten years until it shut down due toRead more.