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A mixture of Gaudí on the outside and stranger than fiction a la Gustave Moreau on the inside. A total folly but wonderful. Out of the way but worth the effort. Small tea room and gift shop. Look at the photographs to inspire you and...More
The villa is located in Vienna's suburb and it is easily reachable by taking bus 52B (at minute 15 every hour) from Hütteldorf (green line) Steinhof direction and getting off at Camping Platz 1 stop. However, it is not far from Hütteldorf as it takes...More
Even if you don't appreciate Fuchs' unusual paintings, a visit to the extraordinary Otto Wagner villa is a wonderful experience. Lovers of Jugenstil art and architecture will love this site - truly a hidden gem in the art-rich city of Vienna.
Ernst Fuchs Museum is a a beautiful home located in the outskirts of Vienna. The house belonged to the Artist Ernst Fuchs who created an Art movement called "Fantastic Realism". Art is subjective, but in my opinion is quite kitsch. He was definitively obsessed with...More
Guide books don’t prepare you for the combination of Jugenstil icon and 20th century psychedelic artist. It’s really worth the effort, not that it’s difficult to get there. There are frequent buses from Huetteldorf station or you could walk in 20 minutes. I combined it...More
Villa was first built and designed by famous jugendstil (art nuovo) architect Otto Wagner
Later Ernst Fuks made huge renovations to convert it to his art studio
We were overwhelmed by artist's talent and imagination
Highly recommended- even it took us about one hour to...More
This villa may be a little way out of the centre of Vienna but it is well worth a trip. The exterior is quite amazing and the interior just adds to the experience. There are some amazing pictures, furniture and more...Otto Wagner was the architect...More
It was easy to grab an Ubur.
I enjoyed so much being there. The building it self is so worth to be there it's small but definitely worth to visit if you are into visionary art, spiritual side or love to be inspired by imaginative...More
It was not very clear how to get there, but when you´re standing in front of the house or the pavilion, you know it was worth it. Ernst Fuchs is an Artist with some influences of Dali and maybe even Gaudi. Don´t miss the Salome...More
This was originally Otto Wagner's villa. However, it had fallen into disrepair and was saved by an Artist (Fuch) who thought he could improve on Otto's work. The original Wagner elements are interesting. However, Fuch's art is over the top and quite weird. You can...More