Our collection of furniture and interior design objects comprises outstanding and precious pieces, from the Gothic period to the present.
Since its inception, the MAKK has been collecting high quality textiles.
The MAKK is home to one of the most varied jewellery collections, featuring prominent examples of different jewellery types.
Until porcelain was reinvented in Saxony in 1708, the secret of East Asian porcelain, a rare and sought-after commodity, had eluded European manufacturers.
The MAKK’s internationally renowned design collection is one of the largest and most outstanding collections of its kind in Europe.
Paintings and sculptures are among the highlights of the museum’s collection.
Thanks to the Winkler Collection the Design department does not exclusivly present design products...
One of the most comprehensive and significant areas of the museum’s collection.
The many facets of these precious objects are impressively mirrored in the MAKK’s large glassware collection.
A collection comprising outstanding presentation and display objects, as well as gold and silver (often gold-plated) tableware.
The museum collects all purpose-oriented pictorial forms from print graphics to contemporary graphic design.
The MAKK’s high quality collection of historical book covers points to outstanding artistic and artisanal skills.
The commitment of patrons and donators not only keeps the museum alive: it was a prerequisite for its foundation.