Waldspirale

Hundertwasser’s Waldspirale in Darmstadt, Germany

The Waldspirale is a residential building complex designed by Austrian artist and architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser, and is a testament to both Hundertwasser’s disdain for straight lines and his love of nature. The large spiraled building has 105 apartments and more than 1,000 windows, all topped with a stunning forest of beech, lime and maple trees.

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Hundertwasser’s Waldspirale / Spiral house // Darmstadt, Germany

It has one thousand windows that all of them are designed one by one and never the same. It even has a green roof on it, also used as a ramp. outer connection.

architect:Friedensreich Regentag Dunkelbunt Hundertwasser

he sees body as an architectural form thus he has naked photo of himself at his own website:

http://www.hundertwasser.at/english/oeuvre/arch/architektur.php

and says:

“Since the early fifties Hundertwasser concerned himself with architecture, and for the rest of his life he pursued his interest in an architecture more fitting to nature and humans.”