The Hundertwasser House is an apartment building designed by Friedensreich Hundertwasser who was considered an architectural rebel. His vision was of "free architecture for all," meaning without standards, specifications or straight lines, and believed that "everyone should have the opportunity to create a small paradise on earth." Besides the incredible Dr. Seuss-like lines and colors, it also features a forest on the rooftop.
If you are a fan of interesting architecture, such as the style of Antoni Gaudi, you'll want to check this building out! The Hundertwasser House in Vienna is located at Kegelgasse 34-38, 1030 Wien and because it is an apartment complex, it can only be viewed from the exterior. However, there are benches and a fountain outside, which is a perfect place to admire the building and take photos.
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