The Nationale-Nederlanden Building, also known as the Dancing Building, or the Fred and Ginger Building, has in recent times become a highly recognizable part of Prague’s architecture. The courage of the development team to incorporate the project of Frank Gehry and Vlado Milunić into the traditional surroundings of Prague’s architecture won attention from the public both at home and abroad and has gained many awards.
Construction of the building took place between 1994 and 1996. There are 3458 square metres of office space spread over six floors, and the restaurant occupies approx. 493 square metres on the top two floors of the building.
The Dancing Building is located in the unique location of Prague 2, directly adjacent to the river banks. The location of the Dancing Building guarantees efficient transport connections to all major roads and motorways (Prague inner city ring, D1, D5, D8 motorways) as well as convenient access to the metro (Karlovo náměstí on the B line) and tram lines (Jiráskovo náměstí, Karlovo náměstí, Palackého náměstí).
- Unique panoramic view towards the Vltava River and Prague Castle
- Convenient access to tram and metro
- Problem-free parking in the vicinity of the Dancing Building
- Wide selection of restaurants available locally