The Upside Down House in Terfens, Austria is a disorienting and extremely intricate tourist attraction sure to throw off even the most balanced of visitors.
Irek Golwaki and Mark Rozhanski, the Polish architects who designed the surprisingly large topsy-turvy abode, spared no detail in the process. Every piece of furniture in the house is upside down, making for some pretty mind-blowing pictures of the flipped home. In order to capture the wackiness of the attraction, pictures are taken of the view of the floor and of the ceiling, showing just how off-kilter the space is.
Resembling a magical fairy tale creation, the gravity-defying upside down house is sure to bring hoards of curious tourists to the unassuming Austrian town.
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