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ART PRAGUE SCULPTURE in Radost
We have become partners of the ART PRAGUE contemporary art show! In the corridors of Radost you can meet statues of Jakub Švéda, Michal Cimala or Jaroslav Róna.
Digital trance by Aleš Brázdil in Café Radost
In addition to the smell of coffee and the functionalist interior, the exhibition of Aleš Brázdil TRANCE in the entrance hall will welcome everyone who will go to the Radost building for work, to see a doctor or just for leisure in the coming weeks.
Radost rooftop: sunset from a high seat
A high seat in the middle of Prague and on a roof on top of that. All this is possible when Ondřej Kobza takes the roof-top under his wings. Throughout the summer, you could enjoy breathtaking views, refreshing drinks and unique events full of music and world´s flavors.
Radost will open as part of the 6th Open House Prague 2020 festival!
After a year, you can follow the steps of architects Honzík and Havlíček again and walk around the Radost building within the Open House Prague festival. This year, we have thrown ourselves into cooperation with the festival with great enthusiasm, so a very interesting program awaits you in Radost. An information center will be available in the lobby from 1st September.
Paintings by Jakub Čuška in Café Radost
He started painting when he was “already” 20 years old. However, talent does not ask about your age and simply manifests itself. Jakub's talent is indisputable and his paintings have an extremely strong effect...
10 reasons to have an office in Radost
Are you looking for a place where to work locate your company? We know about one! Learn why it's good to have your place in our house.
How to create Radost
Our building has new owners who want to bring it to life after many years. The symbol of this transformation is its new name, visual identity and big plans for the future. Read how it all became a reality!
The view that has been expected for 40 years
The traditional weekend holiday of architecture lovers, the Open House Prague festival, attracted 5,000 visitors to open buildings throughout the city. One of them was our Radost. What awaited them?
Tribute to Josef Havlíček
Karel Honzík and Josef Havlíček - two great architects whose legacy is a number of important buildings, including Radost. The first is resting in Prague's Slavín cemetery. The last resting place of the second of the greats, Josef Havlíček, did not have the same respect. Until recently.