Be it baroque vedute, magnificent Renaissance buildings, or architectural ensembles like Vienna’s Ring Road: the Architecture Collection at the ALBERTINA Museum embodies a fascinating overview of the genre of architectural drawing that numbers over 40,000 plans, studies, and models. Extending from the Late Gothic period to the architecture of the present, the museum's holdings include seminal works by Bernini, Borromini, Hansen, Wagner, Loos, Hollein, Hadid, and many others.
The Architecture Collection of ALBERTINA is a member of the Föderation deutschsprachiger Architektursammlungen and the International Confederation of Architectural Museums ICAM.
The Highlights of the Collection
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