A careful restoration returned the original spirit of the 1930s to this house situated in Prague's Hanspaulka. The functionalist building was in very poor shape when the investor bought it. Several extensions had completely disfigured the exterior, while the interior had suffered from some insensitive changes by previous owners. The architects Kyzlink helped to fulfill the investor's determined vision to return the distinctive features to the 30's architecture to the house. The architect cleared the building of all the superfluous extensions and re-integrated the rooms that had recently been divided by walls. Original furniture replicas as well as traditional first-class materials have been used in the course of the restoration - natural stone and solid wood date back to the architectural standard from the time between the two world wars. The restored house offers the owners both comfort and privacy and well representative space for their social life.