Austria's first on-demand music store offers just about every kind of popular music ever produced and published in Austria - from pop to jazz, from 50s rock'n'roll to avant-garde electronic and underground trash techno. With lots of rare finds, it's a paradise for music historians and collectors.
Ticket sales and information desk for all Az W activities.
In addition, a small shop area features publications of the Architekturzentrum Wien and several original products that reflect the unique identity of the Az W.
International designers, gifts, accessories, books and unusual MQ merchandise. You can even buy the legendary MQ courtyard furniture here.
MQ Point also functions as the central information and ticket office for MQ visitors.
This space serves a variety of different purposes. It's a showroom and workspace, studio and gallery, lab and playground.
Five designers (Pitour, meYoTa, Artista, km/a, and MASI) present their collections of fashion and accessories for women and men.
An extensive selection of exhibition catalogues, mumok products, and designer merchandise awaits the visitors in the mumok shop.
The SUBOTRON shop carries products at the intersection of electronics, gaming, music, and design. All of the devices can be played. The shop also sells textiles, literature, music, street art, and gadgets from around the world.
Walther König Books is one of the most important sources for books on art and architecture in the German-language area.
The emphasis of the selection is on literature from the fields of art, architecture, photography and design, as well as new international publications and bargain books.
The Leopold Museum offers gifts and merchandise revolving around the principal works from the Leopold Collection as well as a wide range of classic international and specifically Austrian museum products.
The Comic Arts Shop is a unique venue for the enjoyment of sophisticated humor in its finest forms.
It sells books (catalogues, illustrated books, general humor books), images (original and facsimile cartoons, or posters), and humorous merchandise (postcards, calendars, etc.).