Ligna palace, built during the First World War in the style of fading Art Nouveau and emerging modernism, was designed by Osvald Polívka and Josef Sakař. However, the arcade itself was not created until after the Second World War, based on the design by the Fišer brothers. In 1949, František Hudeček created the famous advertisement for the Tesla company, which dominates the entire space and showcases the elegance of advertising at that time. The entire arcade is complemented by period details such as a glass vault, railings, and shop windows that were adorned with neon signs until recently. Unfortunately, today the arcade is filled with numerous colorful advertising banners.