No, this isn’t a special effect, a Photoshopped image or the set of a movie. This is a very real three-story house that is entirely upside-down.
Located in downtown Taipei, the Upside Down House Taiwan attracted hundreds at its recent opening. The house was furnished in the American Country style with actual chairs, tables, a toilet bowl and even a car stuck to the ceiling. According to Reuters, construction was delayed by constant rain in January, but workers were in full swing to meet thedeadline. The house finally opened its doors to the public one week later than scheduled on February 6, and will be open for display until July 22.
The family-sized house including a living room, a bathroom, a garage and other rooms, is reported to be approximately 334 square metres (3595 square feet) of floor space. Construction took around two months to complete the project and it cost around $600,000.
Above is a video tour of the house from ITN, while below is a video from Reuters featuring more footage from the opening event.