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Lonely Planet review
This residential block of flats bears all the wackily creative hallmarks of Hundertwasser, Vienna’s radical architect and lover of uneven surfaces, with its curvy lines, crayon-bright colours and mosaic detail.
It’s not possible to see inside, but you can cross the road to visit the Kalke Village , also the handiwork of Hundertwasser, created from an old Michelin factory. It contains pricey cafes, souvenir shops and art shops, all in typical Hundertwasser fashion with colourful ceramics and a distinct absence of straight lines.