New in package marvelous and unusual advent calendar features a quality photograph of the most visited building in Vienna--the quirky and amazing Hundertwasserhaus. Built 1983-1985, it exemplifies many creative concepts and expressionist sensibilities (no straight lines, uneven floors, an earth and grass roof, trees growing inside the building, etc.). The unique complex was the brainchild of Austrian artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser, who was joined by Architect Univ.-Prof. Joseph Krawina (co-author and architect) and Peter Pelikan (planner) to bring the building to life..
Pop out the die-cut building from the printed black surround to enjoy its rooftop silhouette. Open a numbered window or door each day from December 1st through the 24th to find the image of a detail from this stunning building. Sure to make a dramatic addition to your holiday decor at over 10" wide and 20" tall, it will bring an unusual and artful European flair to your season. Open windows and doors gently so you can close them after Christmas to save for another year. New in package.
Rarely available 2001 vintage, mint in package (no windows or doors have been opened), Kalendarhaus #10 from the series of architecturally inspired advent calendars created by Kreuter, Germany. Imported. .
SHIPPING. Domestic Priority USPS shipping is included. Estimated transit time 5 business days. Please order in plenty of time to use for December 2022.
Approx 10" x 21" tall
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