Museum Haus Konstruktiv
Situated in the heart of Zurich, Museum Haus Konstruktiv is one of the leading galleries in the Swiss cultural landscape. The still-thriving mindset of the Zurich Concretists – Max Bill, Richard Paul Lohse, Verena Loewensberg and Camille Graeser – and the stimuli of intellectually akin conceptual art constitute the notional basis for the exhibitions and their accompanying events.
Six to nine temporary exhibitions a year, consistently conceived according to clear programmatic perspectives, make Museum Haus Konstruktiv unique within the cultural landscape.
The Rockefeller Dining Room (1963/64), conceived and implemented in New York by Swiss artist Fitz Glarner for Nelson A. Rockefeller and his wife, is a permanent installation and simultaneously the centerpiece of the collection. This walk-through painting is a prime example of a so-called "Relational Painting."
This museum greets you in the following languages: D/E
Location of the museumSelnaustrasse 25
Location/directionsPublic transport: Tram 8 or SZU S4, S10 to Bahnhof Selnau oder Tram 2, 3, 9, 14 to Stauffacher The Museum is accessible to wheelchair users and other visitors who need to avoid stairs.
OpenTue / Thu–Sun: 11 am to 5 pm
Wed: 11 am to 8 pm
AdmissionStandard ticket: CHF 18.-
Students, AHV IV: CHF 12.-
Family ticket: CHF 24
Children and adolecents under 18 years of age: Free entry
ContactMuseum Haus Konstruktiv
044 217 70 80 Telephone
Member of the Swiss Museums Association.
Very children and family-friendly
Completely wheelchair accessible