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A colourful and unique set of buildings which ooze of Dr. Seuss. Trees growing out of windows, all the colours, I hadn’t seen anything like it. Well worth a quick visit and easily to reach on tram. There are also some good gift shops nearby.
Very interesting architectural project for social housing, along with the next-door neighbourhood centre of Hundertwasser Village. Too touristy for sure, but well worth a visit. Couldn't decide if it would be a good place to live or if the tourist hordes would make life unbearable,...More
the village features Friedensreich Hundettwasser architecture. it is like comparable to Barcelonas Gaudi palace. you can just relax, and sip a coffee while staring at the unique assymetric designs. the bathroom is a must see. what is best is the admission is free.
Surprisingly good after all. Didn't have any high expectations of this place but it was somewhat fun to see. Different. House is showing signs of wear and tear, sadly, and the pics you might have seen before going here are all very much photoshopped. Colors...More
It is a bit out of the centre. But you can take the tramway. It is well worth a visit, you can combine the kunsthaus and the hundertwasserhaus. Don't forget to visit the interior garden of the kunsthaus.
This is a place any traveler to Vienna should visit at least once to make an idea about this interesting architectural perspective. Even if you are not an architect expert, you will spend about an hour here admiring this masterpiece. The apartments building is not...More
We had a little stroll down to and around Hundertwasserhaus on our first day in Vienna and wow you can't miss it.
The building itself stands out like a beacon to the artistry that put it together. With its quirky shape and intriguing design it...More
This is such an incongruous building for central Vienna, yet somehow it works! There are so many details to see and it is certainly different to most usual blocks of flats. You can peer inside to the bottom of the communal staircase area but otherwise...More