With ÖSTERREICHER IM MAK, a restaurant concept which is completely new for Austria has been launched in the MAK and local Austrian tradition has been turned into a present-day event. A modern restaurant with a new idea of what a bar is offers Viennese cuisine on the highest level at moderate prices.
Based on the traditional Viennese Gasthaus approach, proven culinary delights are enriched with contemporary ideas – oriented along international lines, drawing on Austrian quality of life, and relating to the city and the museum. The artistic idea is brought to bear in all fields: in design, architecture, name, logo, music, as well as in the relationship between kitchen and design. ÖSTERREICHER IM MAK thus complies with the MAK’s clear positioning as a museum for arts and the everyday world at the interface of design, architecture, and contemporary art.
eichinger oder knechtl, one of Austria’s most distinguished team of architects, have been entrusted with the architectural side of the project. Their design conveys the feeling of a Viennese restaurant built in 2006 that combines the gastronomic realities of a restaurant and a bar to an ensemble in the context of the structure provided by the space in the Ringstrassen palace housing the MAK.
Enjoy the finest Viennese fare amidst modern architecture or in one of Vienna’s most beautiful outdoor dining areas.

Opening hours

daily 10 a.m.–1 a.m.
kitchen, daily 11:30 a.m.–3 p.m. and 6 p.m.–11 p.m.

T +43 1 714 01 21


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Selected Artist's Editions, PARKETT
Published for the exhibition at the MAK Center for Art and Architecture L.A. (April 1997)
184 pages, enclosure ”Editions for Parkett” 1974 -1994, 28 pages., Colored and b/w illustrations
21 x 25,5 cm, paperback
MAK / Verlag für Editionen / PARKETT Verlag, Zürich-Frankfurt-New York, 1995
Distribution: Cantz Verlag

Ways to Modernism. Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos and Their Impact

Published for the exhibition of the same title (17.12.2014–19.04.2015).
336 pages, numerous coloured illustrations, 21,2 x 27 cm, paperback.
MAK Vienna / Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel, 2015

Cooperation MAK / sound:frame

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