RBuilt in the 1920s, the Bílá Skála residence is one of the oldest functionalist buildings in Prague. The name “Bílá Skála” originates from the white cliffs along the banks of the Vltava River, a stunning natural landmark. The functionalist character of the house is evident in the spaciousness of the interiors and the abundance of natural light.
The entire villa, including the garden, is reconstructed and modernized to 21st century standards. The villa is divided into ten apartment units, with layouts varying from 1+kk to 3+1. The top floors include air conditioning, keeping residents cool during the summer months.