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Museum für Angewandte Kunst (Cologne)

Museum für Angewandte Kunst (Cologne)
Museum für Angewandte Kunst (Cologne)

The Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln (German for Museum of Applied Art, abbreviated MAKK) is a decorative arts museum in Cologne, Germany. The collections include jewellery, porcelain, furniture, weaponry and architectural exhibits. Until 1987 it was called the Kunstgewerbemuseum (Decorative Art Museum).

The plain, red-brick Schwarz-Bernhard building stands on the site of a former Conventual monastery, whose shape is still traced by the ground plan and the square inner courtyard. The late-Gothic Minoritenkirche on the south side still survives. The inner courtyard wall on the north side has been almost entirely glazed, acting as a "shop window" for the museum. A low, modest antechamber leads into the museum's very large entrance hall and central staircase.

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"May we purchase another catalogue from the museum? We were there this past summer and bought one as a gift for someone else, but would really like one now for ourselves. How may we do this?" (posted 12/22/2015)

Dear Sir or Madam, I found a link for the museum shop, I just do not know if also deliver abroad. http://www.dermuseumsshop.de/ Sincerely Fam. Linnartz
Answer provided by Stefan und Ruth Linnartz on 12/24/2015
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Hello, I would send an email to the museum mak@stadt-koeln.de. The can also determines English. See Internet page.
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