This house is also known as "Fred and Ginger Building," for the Hollywood stars Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers. Another name the building received is "the drunk house."
But the building is most known for its main name, the Dancing House. It's an office building, and the idea for the building came from the President of Czech at the time. He was among the leaders of the revolution in 1989 who brought democracy to the Czech Republic. He worked for the building to symbolize the delicate point in time and it's meaningfulness to the country's history.
This picturesque building was designed by the Czech-Croatian architect Vlado Miluni, and Canadian-American architect Frank Gehry. It was built over a destroyed building from the end of World War II by a stray American bomb.