Timings : Open all day
Time Required : 10-15 minutes
Entry Fee : Free of Charge
The whimsical Hundertwasserhaus is one of Vienna’s architectural delights. Characteristic of artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser’s sense of humour, the colourful house houses a number of ‘tree windows’. This expressionist landmark is situated in the Landstraße district on the corner of Kegelgasse and Löwengasse and has become an integral part of Austria’s cultural heritage.
Designed with all sorts of mosaics and tiles, there isn’t a straight line in sight on the Hundertwasser House. This apartment block, owned by the city of Vienna, is rented out to individuals which marks it is an attraction that can only be viewed from the outside. For those interested in further exploring Hundertwasser’s genius, the Hundertwasser Village is located right across the House.
For tourists who still aim for a closer look at Hundertwasser’s architectural vision, they can visit the Kunst Haus Wien building, designed by himself and home to a museum dedicated to his work. While this cottage of colours certainly isn’t as striking as it initially was, the Hundertwasserhaus remains a welcome respite from Vienna’s imperialist architectural styles.
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