The Kunsthaus is the stylish art house for exhibitions in Graz, and located on the bank of the Mur river, on the corner of the Südtirolerplatz and the Lendkai.

The Kunsthaus is also seen as a new architectural landmark of Graz.

The creators of the Kunsthaus are two designers from London, Peter Cook and Colin Fournier, who realized an impressive synthesis which unites their innovative design language with the historic setting of this urban district along the Mur.

The Kunsthaus meets the most up-to-date requirements for museums on the international loan circuit. Its 11,100m2 of usable space provide everything its managers need to participate in the global exhibition business on the highest level. An innovative and cost-effective air-conditioning system meets all the demands of the most important art owners.

The underground car park offers space for 146 vehicles. As a multi-disciplinary venue for exhibitions, events and other means of presenting contemporary art, new media, and photography, the Kunsthaus Graz has a complex palette of features and functions. While the building’s interior is meant to inspire its curators as black box of hidden tricks (Colin Fournier), its outer skin is a media façade which can be changed electronically.