Prague 1 | KAMPA Island | 2017
The Werich Villa is a historical building with an enigmatic history on the Kampa Island, in the Prague historical center. The building is particularly important due to its location and several famous residents. It was reconstructed between 2015 and 2017 for the purpose of being used as a museum of the Jana and Meda Mládkovy Foundations. The building is protected as a cultural monument.
KT1 with a connection to the ventilation system
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Interior of the Werich Villa with floor convectors.
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