by Harry Rand
|Page Extent:||200 pages|
|Book Size:||240 x 316 mm (Height x Width x Depth)|
Architect, artist, ecological visionary, Friedensreich Hundertwasser left a thrilling trail of imagination and activism in buildings, paintings, manifestos, and more. From naked addresses and tree planting campaigns to the Hundertwasserhaus in Vienna, Hundertwasser refused the straight line in every sense. His vision was as much for society at large as for singular buildings.
“If man walks in nature’s midst, then he is nature’s guest and must learn to behave as a well-brought-up guest.”
— Friedensreich Hundertwasser