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14 Nad Hradním Vodojemem, Prague, 16200, Czech Republic

One of the world’s most significant examples of functionalist architecture, Villa Müller is a severe, white cubic structure located in the village-like neighborhood of Strešoviče. Commissioned by original owners Milada and František Müller, the early Modernist villa was designed in 1930 by Austrian architect Adolf Loos. The stark white exterior has asymmetrical yellow-framed windows and an adjacent garden, while the interior reflects Loos’s Raumplan style, in which rooms are divided into different levels according to function. For instance, the boudoir has an upper level for socializing and a lower level for resting. Tours are available by reservation only.

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Villa Müller

One of the world’s most significant examples of functionalist architecture, Villa Müller is a severe, white cubic structure located in the village-like neighborhood of Strešoviče. Commissioned by original owners Milada and František Müller, the early Modernist villa was designed in 1930 by Austrian architect Adolf Loos. The stark white exterior has asymmetrical yellow-framed windows and an adjacent garden, while the interior reflects Loos’s Raumplan style, in which rooms are divided into different levels according to function. For instance, the boudoir has an upper level for socializing and a lower level for resting. Tours are available by reservation only.