Located in the heart of Prague’s Art District, “Bubenská”, built in 1935 is not only an exceptional example of functionalist architecture, but also a place where the artistic and cultural life of the city comes together. Thanks to the rather affordable rent prices, it has become a place where artists, designers, and architects have set up their various studios. There’s a plethora of alternative events going on from art exhibits to concerts to pop up clubs. Neone is one such pop up, turned semi-permanent clubbing venue run by the Lunchmeat crew. On the ground floor you can find the newest creative additions, Forbidden Spot and the Chemistry Gallery. Forbidden Spot should be on the radar of graffiti fans: every inch of its space, from walls to furniture, is covered with graffiti. Take in the colors while enjoying a coffee or hang out during one of their food pop up events.
If you do make it to Bubenská, make sure to check out the basement where there is a former spa from the first republic of Czechoslovakia, and today is occasionally turned into a space for exhibits.
Address: Bubenská 1, Praha 7
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