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Hundertwasser House, Vienna

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Take a journey into a country of creative architecture that stands in harmony with nature at Hundertwasser House. Austrian painter Hundertwasser conceived this House for Human Beings and Trees, which opened in 1986. See how the artistic vision came to life in architectural features: undulating floors, indoor trees with limbs extending from windows, and roof gardens. Have a drink in the cafe in front of this expressionist landmark of Vienna. The stores across the street offer artist- and house-related souvenirs. This is one of Vienna's most visited buildings and a part of Austria's cultural heritage. To visit Hundertwasser House on your trip to Vienna, use our Vienna itinerary maker.
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  • You can see a lot in Vienna and experience. In my opinion there is more valuable location here in Vienna which necessarily should be seen.
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  • Must visit if you want to see lot's of works from him and the whole history about the artist. Very intereresting!  more »
  • Highly recommend everyone take a look at the houses. Read about the history of the houses will be Hunderwasser, yet more interesting. Creative and educational
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  • Nice side trip to make in Vienna. It's cool to see, and not a problem that you can't visit the inside.
  • Nice area with very artistic building front. Worth the walk to visit this area and gift shop nearby. Its different compared to the rest of Vienna
  • Oddly shaped luxuriant building named after the artist. No access to the roof. The Hundertwasser village has nice souvenir shops. The terrasse cafe above Hundertwasser is reasonnably priced with wifi access ( less than Starbucks). The Hundertwasser Museum has little interest .
  • Hundertwasserhaus is a residential project co- designed by weird artist Hundertwasser and architect Joseph Krawina. Due to its colourful and organic form with irregular windows, it attracted dozens of visitors everyday, I just doubt if the residents felt annoying... there is a shopping mall and small museum next to the residential buildings
  • Art is relativ. If you have 1 or 2 days in vienna, you shoul visit other places.