The voluminous six-story building of Radiopalace spans across three streets in Prague: Vinohradská, Sázavská, and Blanická. At first glance, it blends in with the surrounding architecture, but upon closer examination, its intricate adorned facade stands out, representing the typical Czech arch style. The building consists of three wings forming a U shape, with an integrated two-story wing set lower. Alois Dryák, an architect known for his diverse designs in various styles and purposes throughout his career (such as the Art Nouveau Hotel Meran on Wenceslas Square, the original form of Strahov Stadium, and his involvement in the architectural work on the František Palacký Monument in 1912), became the architect of Radiopalace.
Since its establishment in the 1920s, Radiopalace has been a gathering place and venue for cultural events. This tradition continues to this day, thanks to the two social halls that are mostly available for rent.