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Hundertwasser house, Vienna
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Hundertwasserhause Vienna, the first architectural project designed by Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, has attracted considerable interest worldwide since it's opening in 1986, and it is one of Vienna's most visited buildings.
It is an odd looking apartment building, with undulating floors, a roof covered with earth and grass, and large trees growing from inside the rooms, with limbs extending from windows.
Within the house there are 52 apartments, four offices, 16 private terraces and three communal terraces, 2 children's rooms, a wintergarden, and a total of 250 trees and bushes.
Because it is inhabited private property, tourists can only visit the outside of the building.
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