Prague's buildings are mostly old-fashioned classical buildings, with a sense of solemnity and history, but this house belongs to the modern school and has a sense of art. The floor is not too high, it is estimated to be 10 stories, there are two buildings, the left side is a glass wall, the appearance of the arc makeup, the right side of the building is circular vertical line, adjacent to each other, like two dancers, so called dance house. It's just beside the Voltava River and not far from the Charlie Bridge. Just take a look along the way.
The huge glass curtain wall of this building along the Prague River does not seem to match the classical style of the buildings that surround it. From different angles, the whole building seems to have the feeling of men and women dancing together. In fact, it is also a hotel that can be stayed in, but the lights here are very attractive all night long.
Down from the castle and along the Voltava River, the next stop is the most famous modern building in this ancient city "a house that dances". After walking for about 20 minutes, we came to a crossroads where the twisted lines and the avant-garde house appeared. Established in 1996, inspired by two tap dancers, there are different praises and criticisms. In any case, a new "monster" suddenly emerged in many classical buildings, which can be called Prague's great initiative. The unforgettable love of Prague has come to a perfect end.
Dancing House (Czech : Tancicicidim) friends said they wanted to see the building when it arrived here at night. It was also a scenic spot. When we arrived, we saw a group of people taking pictures on the sidewalk. Actually, I don't know why it's called a dancing house. I feel like a house I'm holding. Is it not enough for my imagination? Looking at Baidu, I said - "The house is full of curve rhythm, twisting towers are like two people dancing together, so it's called a "dancing house" - on the left is a glass curtain "female dancer" with a narrow upper and lower width like a dancing skirt, and on the right is round. The column is "male dancer" which seems to be a bit like Haha, a strange building. In fact, he came from an office building. And there's a magician's restaurant on the top and a small bar with a great view.
To be honest, it's not necessary to go there specially. If you spend more time in Prague, especially when you go to the Peak Park for the Beer Festival in summer, you can consider taking the bridge over there and then go through the house. Otherwise, you don't have to go there specially.
The house for dancing is so famous that it's not exciting to see it. What's more, our lodging is near it, and we can't look up or down every day. The shape of the house is full of curves and rhythms. The twisted towers are like two dancers hugging each other, so they are called "dancing house" - on the left is the "female dancer" with the appearance of glass curtain.
The Prague Dance House is located on the left side of the irregular twin towers at the street corner of the new riverside urban district. It is worth visiting for the avant-garde design of men's dancers in stiff suits. The building is composed of a glass-shaped sunken shaped cylinder representing the graceful female dancers and a straight cylinder on the right.