Baishui Apartment is one of the architectural treasures of Austria. It is designed by the famous Austrian painter and architect Friedensley &. Baishui is a colorful building like a fairy tale apartment. It has become a favorite scenic spot for photographers. Baishui Apartment is a joint apartment built by Mr. Baishui and the Vienna government, and the roof and terrace are full of plants, which add to the fantasy. The apartment is inhabited by local residents, so you can only visit the outside.
Although it was raining when we arrived at Baishui, big and small, even though we had seen many pictures of Baishui architecture on the Internet before, there was still a fantastic feeling to come here. As a designer, "Baishui" advocated the idea of harmony between man and nature, abandoning boring lines, even a window should give it a unique aesthetic feeling and so on. Baishui apartment presented in front of tourists is as naughty, warm and loving as fairy tale world. Unfortunately, the interior of residential buildings is not open now. Only the opposite Village, "Baishui Public Toilet" and the nearby Vienna Museum of Art can be visited. One hour is too short. Time-rich friends can also visit Vienna Sewage Treatment Plant, another masterpiece of Mr. Baishui. Route - "Take the subway U4 to Schwedenplatz, change one tram to Prater Hauptsalle and take four stops to Hetzgasse. There are obvious signs along the way.
There are not many tourists to visit in the evening. There are trams around, but we have to walk after getting off. Baishui Apartment is also very characteristic, with colorful walls. There is also a red telephone booth on the street, which is a good place to take pictures.
Art and casual style permeate everywhere. Bold color matching, odd-shaped buildings and corridors and buildings, as well as the delicate village. When you enter the village, you will have a kind of surprise from quiet to noisy and then to quiet. Quiet streets, busy shops, quiet art shops and cafe galleries and green water houses on roofs, colorful art
The appearance of the apartment is designed to be crooked, twisted, seven-turn, eight-turn and multicolored, which is quite different in the whole dignified and solemn complex of buildings. In my opinion, it is the urban villages, or the urban-rural fringe, that make people miss the old days.
The idea is that people coexist with nature. Anyway, it's an art. It's full of residents. It's beautiful but nothing new. The Graffiti Street in Chongqing is also very good. Colorful "White Water Apartment "really attracted numerous visitors to the stop _____________
The colorful and interesting apartment on the street corner was designed by the Austrian artist Mr. Baishui. The building features that all the lines are naturally curved like water. None of them are straight and straight. Even the windows, floors and walls are different. Mr. Baishui's design advocates the law of natural development. Apartments are not allowed to be visited inside, but there are permission nearby. Multi-feature shops and cafes are very suitable for leisure walks.
Baishui Apartment is the classic masterpiece of Mr. Baishui, a strange genius. The colorful houses are especially dazzling under the sunshine. No apartment is the same, which reflects its unique architectural design concept. Now it has become one of the tourist attractions in Vienna.
Baishui Apartment, built in 1977, was a welfare house built by the Vienna Municipal Government for low-income families. It was another landmark design of Mr. Baishui in Vienna and a must-visit point to Vienna. Baishui Apartment is located at the junction of Lion Street and Bowling Street, so the side facing Lion Street is decorated with many lions, while the side facing Bowling Street is decorated with various materials with bowling symbols. Baishui Apartment is also inhabited by residents, but it is no longer a low-income family, but more artists, so the interior of the building can not be visited. Transportation of Baishui Apartment: Take Metro Line U1 and U4 to Schwedenplatz Station, transfer tram No. 1 to Hetzgasse Station or Metro Line U3 and U4 to Landstra 223; e Station, transfer tram No. O to Radetzkyplatz Station)