Pötzleinsdorfer Straße, KG Pötzleinsdorf
The Geymüllerschlössel is a small palace situated in Pötzleinsdorf, a neighborhood in Vienna's suburban outskirts. It is a branch of the Museum of Applied Arts and Contemporary Art, displaying a diverse collection of furniture and decorative art from the Biedermeier period as well as Franz Sobek's clock collection. The palace was built in 1808 as a summer residence for the Viennese merchant and banker Johann Jakob Geymüller (1760-1834) who was the brother of Johann Heinrich Geymüller, the landlord and owner of Schloss Pötzleinsdorf. Geymüllerschlössel is furnished with original furniture from the first half of the 19th century. Its architectural style features the blend of Gothic, Indian and Arab elements typical especially of pleasure palaces at the time.