In Austria, few years ago an extravagant thermal hotel Rogner Bad Blumau, Blyumau (Styria) opened. The hotel is built in accordance with the principles of an eccentric architect Friedensreich Hundertwasser (Friedensreich Hundertwasser). His architectural concept of Friedensreich has stated in several manifestos and implemented in a variety of projects.
His ideal home - a safe cozy den, which covers the top of the grass, but the hole with lots of windows-eyes. In New Zealand, he built a house where the roof goes on each side of the hill. It is growing grass, which sometimes come to nibble sheep. But now I'll tell you about another project.
To build this hotel Friedensreich to choose the place, looked for fresh air and clean water. And it seems I was right. In the surrounding area grows the oldest in Europe, the thousand oaks, and in a well drilled at a depth of three kilometers, discovered the healing mineral water with a temperature of 100 degrees.
The architect says: "Nature does not create straight lines, flat surfaces, and similar items - so the natural home should be like this as a hotel in Blyumau."
His head is spinning everywhere - windows curves, bulging floors in the halls and corridors - as a path in the woods, concave; bathrooms are decorated with tiles beaten.
Verdant roof, rounded forms and facades, colors, rainbow-like, idyllic meadows and arable land are joined here in a unique work of art.
Centre complex is a unique thermal landscape. Further from the center of the lake are healing "volcanoes", apartment complexes and restaurants.
The hotel was even more bizarre than the creations of a mad Spaniard Gaudi. Wavy, colorful walls, rainbow window decorations in the form of church makovok, psevdorimskie sculpture, plaster balusters, the remnants of old buildings.
This is the world's only resort to the "illogical", taken from a utopia, architecture, where each element is a joy, vigor and energy.
Oddly enough, but guests are delighted. For example, in a suite if you lie down on the bed and look up, then through the glass roof can be seen overhanging branches of evergreen yew ... Is not it wonderful?