This three-story, recently renovated hub for young designers, located next door to Prague’s academy for the performing arts, attracts the latest in young artistic talent. The bright, third-floor gallery space hosts rotating exhibitions and is available to rent for private group events. Local fashion and jewelry designers congregate in the second-floor Bottega space, offering a common space to share inspiration and ideas. The street-level café & bistro makes homemade cakes and latte art on par with the designs housed above, plus light meals. If you’re brave enough to transport a fragile souvenir, stop into the Deelive design shop for glass trinkets and household decorations and bring a piece of modern Prague style into your home.
Time Out tip: Prague is generally a city of early risers, but late sleepers can get brunch at the café & bistro until 2pm on weekends.
National Theater: For affordable performances in luxurious surroundings
Café Louvre: For an early 1900s restaurant frequented by Einstein and Kafka
Vzorkovna: For an offbeat, underground pub and a young, creative crowd