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MAK Restoration

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

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MAK Collection

The History of the MAK Collection - from the Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry to today’s 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.
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Research

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Research and Scholarship at the MAK Library and Works on Paper Collection

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Design Thinking. A Method for Interdisciplinary Problem Solving

Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation / Vienna University of Economics and Business (A)
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A NEW ENLIGHTENMENT?

The First Public Deliberation
Tue, 15.04.2014

MAK Columned Main Hall

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Collection Design-Info-Pool

Curator: Heidemarie Caltik
Being the largest specialized online archive, the MAK Design Info Pool (DIP) collects information and media material on more than 2,500 Austrian designers and almost 8,000 design objects with the goal of affording an in-depth survey of Austrian design production. The MAK DIP sees itself as a research platform and information contact for the creative community, the scientific community and for the Creative Industries as well as a central communication hub on all matter related to Austrian design.
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d>nite

The d>nite is one of the highlights of the MAK’s special program in the context of the Vienna Design Week (27.9.–6.10.2013). This DIY happening conceived for NOMADIC FURNITURE 3.0. New Liberated Living? shows contemporary strategies for do-it-yourself construction as a collective process.
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