Its a great place, you have to spend some time here looking the architecture, diffeerent from all otehr viena locations
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It is the creation of the architect Hundertwasser, a village a building, a museum and a beautiful cafe. Hundertwasser died recently and maybe he was influenced by Gaudi, but nevertheless he is amazing, just note that there are no straight lines anywhere and the colors...More
Nice house to see with the special architectural elements, crowded with tourists so not so easy to make a picture. Also the street is narrow to get the full house in Your picture.
This place is just amazing, I am a big fan of gaudi and this is so similar. Well worth a visit, just for the photos alone.
After walking several miles from the Vienna Opera House, we lingered for a long afternoon at Hundertwasserhaus, one of the quirkiest creations of artist and architect Hundertwasser who also designed Napa's Quixote Winery. In a city of spectacular beauty, Hundertwasserhaus is indeed quixotic and it's...More
we visited Hundertwasserhaus and village before heading off to the Hundertwasser museum. It certainly stands out with its very different designs, no straight walls or lines, and trees growing out of windows. Its well worth the tram ride, even if only to take a few...More
This house is really must see. But I think that once is enough. Opposite the house you can visit shops and enjoy the inside architecture full of colours.
The area around the main building is filled with little shops and cafes - a bit touristy!! The building itself is well worth the visit, never seen anything to compare it with...very uber cool...
If you're a true hipster, this is the place for you. The building is quite unique and beautiful. There are several restaurants and cafes nearby. I reccomend the cafe near the street, where you can have a coffee while watching a documentary about the architect....More