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Facts about the „Rizzi-House“
At the edge of the historic “Magniviertel” in Braunschweig (Ackerhof 4), the "Happy Rizzi Haus" with its bright colours and unusual shapes is guaranteed to catch the eye of every person visiting Braunschweig. The house got its name from the internationally known New York artist James Rizzi, who designed the Rizzi House. The work of James Rizzi is mainly about people and their lives. His main concept is: happy people need an equally happy environment that promotes their freedom. So perfect for our creative heads of our marketing, who have been sitting in the "Happy Rizzi House" since 2014. The building reflects the idea of a happy community between people, animals and things. You can also see at the "Happy Rizzi Haus" that Friedensreich Hundertwasser was a great role model for James Rizzi.
The Rizzi House was built by the architect Konrad Kloster after the Braunschweig gallery owner Olaf Jaeschke approached James Rizzi in 1997 with the idea of the "Happy Rizzi House". The construction time was 2 years, with the building finished in 2000. 
Despite the new-fashioned appearance, the double-tower construction of the Rizzi house has some similar characteristics of the traditional local architectural. In order to preserve the bright colouring of the house for a long time, washable acrylic paints were used. There are over 300 windows in the house, many of these are heart-, moon- or flower-shaped. But the Rizzi house is not only a work of art from the outside. Also inside you will find unusual shapes and many bright colours. From experience, it can be said that these colours and shapes pass on their cherry vibe to the whole marketing staff. Compared to other office complexes of NewYorker the "Happy Rizzi House" may be the most unusual. So if you are ever in Braunschweig, don't miss our marketing location and take a look at the outside and inside of the beautiful Rizzi house. 

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