Ideas for Future


Environmental vision & social commitment

What ideas did the artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser (1928-2000) have 50 years ago to protect the environment and nature? From green roofs, tree planting campaigns, waste reduction and sustainable water cycles to protest posters, Hundertwasser was an activist, painter and designer of green architecture in the city. He realised early on: "Free nature is our freedom" - and that must be preserved.

Today, global warming is a challenge for people, animals and complex ecosystems all over the world - whether in tropical rainforests, the steppes of Central Asia or the Hungarian Puszta. How can Hundertwasser's ideas help to reduce the heat in our cities today?

How can we shape the future? Together we will collect ideas for a sustainable future, talk about the meaning of "upcycling", create something new from old objects and design demonstration signs, just like Hundertwasser did.

From grade 2 - individually adapted to the needs of the group.

Duration: 60 or 90 minutes
Cost: €5.00-6.00 per person

Group size: max. 25 p., from 26 p. the group will be divided
Minimum purchase per group is 15 tickets.
1 adult free for every 10 children
Languages: German, English, simple language