When artists envision the city

Sharing insights from visiting Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser's work Hundertwasserhaus in Vienna.

And some of his radical ideas- “Children must be allowed to scribble, paint and scratch all public walls, as far as their hands can reach.The murals free of charge come to the good of everyone, as this breaks through the cold, heartless anonymity. A wonderful relationship is reached with the house in which the child and his parents live. The house is then not anonymous, inimical block. These walls can be plastered with 1 cm of grey plaster-of-paris for scratching and painting, renewable every year.” Hundertwasser

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