Vila Helenka is an unique example of residential Art Nouveau architecture in Prague. It was built in the year 1903 by famous Prague architect and building contractor Alois Korda for his family. It combines Austrian Secession with rich decoration typical of the French and Belgian Style. “Full Moon” windows and the exquisite dominant flat roof Tower reflect Oriental touches a that age´s passion for everything coming from East. The Villa underwent thorough reconstruction by Italian architect and its essence is captured in synergistic unity of historical precious value and practical nowadays needs for the most demanding clients. Facades have also been restored with special Czech Renaissance technique paintings including floreal decorations, a large south smiling sundial showing hours up to 3pm, a beautiful Angel with open wings on the west side, and the prayer to Saint Venceslas on the east.