Writer, photographer, and filmmaker Roland Hagenberg talks about his collaboration with architect Terunobu Fujimori and engineer Richard Woschitz to build a guesthouse for storks and artists in Raiding, Austria, the birthplace of composer Franz Liszt. (in English)
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