Originally a Gothic building, the house on the corner of Pražská and Perlová streets later underwent a Renaissance rearrangement. A major reconstruction was then done during the Classicist period. In 1989, a general reconstruction of the building commenced according to the project of architect Jaroslav Soukup to adapt the building into a gallery. In 1997, the renovated building was handed over to the Gallery of West Bohemia in Pilsen. The building hosted the administration of the Gallery and its library. On the ground floor, an exhibition hall for short-term exhibitions was opened. The lecture room, situated on the third floor, was used for various cultural events. In 2009, a reconstruction of the exhibition hall and the auditorium took place according to the design of architects Roman Koucký and Šárka Malá. The existing space, which proved unsuitable for the purposes of exhibitions, was replaced by the concept of a gallery with a cosy, private atmosphere.