Exhibition dedicated to the work and career of the recently-deceased Austrian architect Hans Hollein (1924-2014).
A key exponent of postmodern architecture, Hollein was a Pritzker Prize-winning architect whose most significant works include the visionary Haas House on Stephansplatz and for the flying roof of the Albertina, both in Vienna.
In addition to his architecture, Hollein was a designer, artist, curator, theorist and author.
This exhibition provides an overview of his complex legacy, and includes archive material which has never been displayed publically before.
Mon-Sun 10.00-18.00. Tues 10.00-24.00
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MAK, Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art, Stubenring 5, tel. +43171136248.