In 2009, in the 3rd floor respirium of the National Technical Museum, a fountain was unveiled from the glass exposition of the Czechoslovakian pavilion in the EXPO 58 World Fair in Brussels, completely reconstructed with financial support from the Integrated System of Cultural Heritage Preservation, of the Czech Ministry of Culture. Currently, the Small Gallery of the exposition of Architecture, Construction and Design contains an exhibition commemorating the 85th birthday of academic painter Dana Hlobilová, who designed the fountain 55 years ago.

The exhibition present visitors with the story of the fountain, as well as other notable works of this artist, such as her work on interior design and exhibitions, textile and clothing creation, carpet design, lamps, jewelry and artistic objects that blur the border between art and architecture, spanning the period from 1957 to 2013.