You can find the At the Two Owls residence in Korunovační Street, connecting Pod Kaštany Square and Letenské Square. The street’s origins date back to the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, as the name itself (translating as ‘coronation’) refers to the coronation of Czech kings and thus the legitimacy of Czech statehood.
Being protected as a place of cultural heritage, the building is to undergo a sensitive refurbishment, preserving its historical construction details. The decorative street façade will be preserved, while the decorative elements will be replicated. The public interior of the building, preserved in its original design, is to undergo refurbishment as well. The building features landings with poured-terrazzo floors and wooden apartment doors with frame casings. The two-armed staircase is made of stone, whilst the handrails still contain original metal panels.