The House of the Black Mother (U Černé Matky Boží),sometimes referred to as Black Mother of the Lord, was designed and built between 1911 and 1912 on the corner of Celetná Street and Ovocný trh in Old Town. It is currently in use as the Czech Museum of Cubism and includes the Grand Café Orient restaurant on the first floor.
Josef Gočár built the house as the first example of cubist architecture in Prague, and it remains probably the most celebrated. Even without historical details of the baroque building surrounding it, the House at the Black Madonna maintains the atmosphere of the neighborhood. The house was given its name by the stone sculpturethat originally adorned one of the two Baroque buildings on the same lot. Nowday as mu
This was practically my 2nd home
(Source: flickr.com, via get-to-know-cz)