It's easy to mistake Lobmeyr for an art history museum. Maybe it's the awe-inspiring 19th century interior which spans two floors. Maybe it's the fact that the third floor actually is a museum, exhibiting some of the highlights from the store's rich history. Either way, this place is a treasure for shoppers and historians alike. Established in 1823 by Josef Lobmeyr, the eponymous company quickly become known as Vienna's leading glass manufacturer. During the reign of Emperor Franz Josef, Lobmeyr held the distinction of being the exclusive glass suppliers to the royal court. The archive of Lobmeyr blueprints reads like a who's who of Viennese design, as clients have included the likes of Josef Hoffman, Ernst Fuchs and Adolf Loos. But luckily you don't have to be a famous dead designer or a member of the Austrian nobility to own a piece of history. Lobmeyr offers a selection of handcrafted, glassware table sets, decorative accessories, chandeliers and other light fixtures. During the manufacturing process, each individual glass piece is handled by no less than sixteen master craftsmen, ensuring unparalleled quality. Show lessRead more

    Kärntnerstrasse 26 , Vienna


    Public Transport
    U1,U3 (Stephansplatz)
    3A (Plankengasse)

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