The experts in the MAK workshops restore precious and unique art objects. Depending on available capacity, they also accept outside commissions for restoration of glass, ceramics and stone, woodwork and furniture, objects and sculptures, paper and graphic art, textiles and upholstery, and clocks and clockwork mechanisms.
Contact Manfred Trummer, head of MAK conservation and workshops T +43 1 71136-260
The History of the MAK Collection - from the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry to todays MAK
The MAK is home to an unparalleled collection of applied arts, design, architecture, and contemporary art which has developed in the course of almost 150 years.
The Fitzpatrick-Leland House R.M. Schindler, (1936) on the corner of Mulholland Drive in the Hollywood Hills was donated to the MAK Center in 2007. Today the house serves as an active hub for research, contemplation, and conversation about modern architecture, contemporary art, and urban space.