Venues at the MAK

Celebrate in traditionally grand style amidst the classic ambience of one of the most famous representative buildings on Vienna’s Ringstraße, or take advantage of the unique atmosphere of the exhibition halls for your special event.

The MAK was founded by Emperor Franz Joseph in 1863 as the “Imperial Royal Austrian Museum of Art and Industry” and moved into its present-day quarters on Stubenring in 1871; it was the first museum to be built on the Ring. Today, it serves as a museum and laboratory for applied arts at the interface of design, architecture, and contemporary art. Thus situated between tradition and the present, the MAK offers space for all kinds of events—and will make yours an unforgettable experience.

At your request, we would also be happy to arrange a exclusive tours as part of your event—in the halls of the MAK’s Permanent Collection through the  Study Collection or though current temporary exhibitions.

Eléonore Caseau
Rentals
T +43 1 711 36-320


Erwin Gabriel
Event Coordinator Rentals
T +43 1 711 36-290


Our professional photographers will be happy to document your event at the MAK. For further information please contact:
Thomas Matyk
Head Photographs, Reproductions, Photo Archive
T +43 1 711 36-294


Plan, MAK Ground Floor
Plan, MAK Upper Floor
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COLUMNED MAIN HALL

The MAK Columned Main Hall is one of Vienna’s most distinguished spaces and can serve as an exclusive venue for receptions, banquets, and presentations.
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The Exhibition Halls at the MAK

The museum’s exhibition halls, accessible via the main entrance on Weiskirchnerstraße, were built between 1906 and 1909 according to plans by architect Ludwig Baumann, and their total floor space of 2,700 m2 puts them among Austria’s largest such venues.
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MAK-Lecture Hall

The Lecture Hall is the perfect venue for lectures, conferences, symposia, and press conferences.
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MAK LOUNGE

The MAK Lounge is a modern, brightly lit room offering an ideal environment for seminars, press conferences, presentations, and workshops.
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KAMINZIMMER

This suite of rooms formerly occupied by the director and his staff is steeped in the atmosphere of the Viennese Art Nouveau, to which works of contemporary fine and applied art provide a counterpoint.
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EXCLUSIVE TOURS

We will be happy to welcome you in the museum’s exhibition spaces outside of regular opening hours, as well, and can organize special tours through the MAK and the MAK-Expositur Geymüllerschlössel
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GARDEN

The MAK Garden is an ideal place for an aperitif to start your summer event or for evening receptions in favorable weather.
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Geymüllerschlössel

The Geymüllerschlössel was built in 1808 as a summer residence and is one of the few places in Austria today that offer an authentic insight into the wealth of Biedermeier interior design.
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Contact

Eléonore Caseau
T +43 1 711 36-320


Erwin Gabriel
T +43 1 711 36-290

 

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MAK LEARNING LAB Refraction

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Performativity

Marlies Wirth, Curator MAK NITE Lab
The notion of performativity shifts the focus to the activities of producing and making as well as to those actions, exchange processes, changes, and dynamics that define actors and cultural events. What is in the center therefore is not so much objects, monuments or artworks considered as representing a culture or a cultural self-image, but rather the dynamic processes of making and using them.
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MAK-Tower

On a floor space of 4,000 m2, the MAK Contemporary Art Collection is presented at the MAK Tower, a former flak tower in Arenbergpark in Vienna’s 3rd district.
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FLORIAN LADSTÄTTER

Les Fleurs du Mal – Florian
(Limited edtion of 500)
Published for the exhibition of the same title (25.4.–23.9.2007)
English
112 pages, colored illustrations
21,5 x 24,5 cm, hardbound
Vienna 2007
out of print