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19 - 28°C
66 - 82°F
15.0 km/h wind
Rather cloudy in the morning, then sunny spells will develop gradually.
19 - 28°C
66 - 82°F
Dry and bright with plenty of sunshine, clouds will be rare.
20 - 29°C
68 - 84°F
The day starts sunny, but will be partly cloudy in the afternoon.
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In this museum for design, you can see precious handcrafted artworks of the Wiener Werkstätte, bentwood furniture by Thonet and highlights of Art Nouveau.
Elevator to the exhibition rooms.
At the Austrian Museum for Applied Arts (MAK), Gustav Klimt learned his trade from 1876 to 1883 with the decoration painter Ferdinand Laufberger.
Design has a long tradition in Vienna. A number of Vienna’s museums offer an overview of design past and present.
Numerous exhibitions in 2018 will illustrate how artists, scientists, architects and many others had a lasting impact on Vienna in the years around 1900.
Many of Klimt's works, especially those from his early years, are on permanent display in Vienna: in the Secession, the Burgtheater, the Kunsthistorisches Museum and in …
The Augarten Porcelain Manufactory in Vienna celebrates its 300th birthday with two big exhibitions.
The varied children's program at the MAK offers the museum's youngest visitors the possibility to discover and explore the collections in a playful way.
Design is one of the main features of MAK. The museum shows furniture, glass, china, silver, and textiles from the Middle Ages to the present day. Precious crafts from the …
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