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Ernst Fuchs-Museum, Vienna
(4.4/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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  • The famous art nouveau architect Otto Wagner in 1888 for himself and his family in Hütteldorf, then Vienna suburb, built a magnificent Summer Palace. His favorite architect Palladio was the residence, decorated in the style of Historicism. Coinciding with the construction of Wagner, the project was presented on some European architecture competitions, attracted international attention. In 1895, the right wing, the Orangery, has been winterized with transparent glass Windows and served well as billiard Salon Otto Wagner and his guests. in 1900, the left wing was rebuilt and decorated by the most beautiful today preserved Art Nouveau Hall of Vienna's Otto Wagner. All the details are preserved, especially the beautiful large Tiffany glass window by Adolf Böhm. The "Adolf Böhm Hall" is named troubled after this today forgotten artist friend of Otto Wagner-. Until 1911, the Villa of Otto Wagner served as a House of representatives. In the context of legendary receptions and summer festivals, the elegant Viennese society met here. Artists such as Gustav Klimt, the Wagner student Josef Hoffmann, Adolf Loos, Gustav Mahler, Alma Mahler-Werfel and many others went off in the elegant villa of Otto Wagner and a. After completing the planning of his large, public projects, such as the Wiener Stadtbahn, the postal savings bank and the Church am Steinhof, Otto Wagner built on the adjoining property of the Villa of a modern smaller functional art nouveau villa, that he should live in only three years. The large Villa was sold in 1912 Revue Theatre Tiber, the Director of the Viennese Apollo Theatre and the Ronacher - Ben. He was a wealthy investor and continues to legendary festivals held in the Otto Wagner Villa.
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  • It was not very clear how to get there, but when you´re standing in front of the house or the pavilion, you know it was worth it. Ernst Fuchs is an Artist with some influences of Dali and maybe even G...  more »
  • This was originally Otto Wagner's villa. However, it had fallen into disrepair and was saved by an Artist (Fuch) who thought he could improve on Otto's work. The original Wagner elements are interesti...  more »
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  • It's a bit far, but definitely worth visiting. Style of building and interior decorations are beautiful, furniture collection is amazing
  • Excellent. Like everything from Otto Wagner. But I like more Villa Wagner II :)
  • Really worth seeing, and sweet little café right on the premises, premises times differently, and sculptures to the sneezing
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  • We had a nice tour of the Museum with lots of background information. All very straightforward and recommended. Unfortunately, the House and the land is close to maturity, because something in the next few years has to happen.
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  • Very interesting architecture 🏛 super for a Sunday trip
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