Architecture model
Architecture model no. 5 by Peter Manhardt
Vienna, 1974
200 cm x 100 cm x 47 cm
Balsa wood
Executed by: Peter Manhardt
Hundertwasser comment about the work:
Motorways are the ugliest part of our landscape. They dissect the country and strangle our world with their cancerous growth. But it should be possible to build invisible motorways under overhanging meadows. People in houses just above or next to these highways would neither notice, feel, hear nor see them. But at the same time, the highway would not lead through a cave or tunnel, there would be trees growing there and the driver could see the sky. The noise escapes vertically and not horizontally into the landscape. The cars would also be constantly on dry roads, protected from rain and snow. There would be broad protected passages for deer, bridges made of soil and nature, forbidden to humans. (from: Hundertwasser Architecture, Cologne, 1997, p. 104)
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