Constructing an unusual building is really a complicated job. It take a long time to build, needs more man-power and ofcourse more money. If a building has a unique and special design and concept then it also needs great amount of calculation, innovation and experience.
This article is about most stunning upside down houses around the world. These may not actually be fit for living, but they are certainly wonders for the eye and attract thousands of tourists around the world.
Best Upside Down Houses In The World
1. Szymbark, Poland:
It is the first upside down building designed by the Polish businessman and philanthropist Daniel Czapiewski.
This house is situated in the village of Szymbark, about 39 kilometers south-west of Gdansk in Northern Poland and now attracts thousands of tourists every year. The construction work of this house was completed in 2007 and took approximately 5 times longer than a conventional house to construct. Because the workers are suffered by dizziness and they needed a frequent break to recover.
Even many of the visitors also complaining about the same about a few minutes spent in the house. Visitors enter into the upside down house via a roof window from where they can walk around on the ceilings.
Here are the few images of such house:
2. Lille, France:
This upside down house was built by the French artist Jean-Francois Fourtou. This building was dubbed as Tombée du Ciel which means “Fallen from the Sky”. Everything in this house was upside down, in that the plumbing and furniture was also on the ceiling.
Here are the few images of Fallen from the Sky building:
3. Wisconsin Dells, USA:
It is basically the White House building that appears to have landed upside down. It is a popular tourist spot. Apart from its impressive infrastructure, it has tons of curious things inside the house.
It is a great tourist attraction in the town. You are not allowed to visit this house, without a guide just like a real White House. Various rooms in this building are almost same as the real White House building.
Below are the some images of Upside down White House:
4. Incheon, South Korea:
This curious upside down house was called as Geokkuro Jip and was built by its owner and former clothing designer Jeon Yong-sun. He designed this house by himself. He said “there is not much difference between designing clothes and designing houses”.
This house is also called as “Pension House” and has 5 rooms available for ₩90,000-₩170,000. The interior of this house is currently under renovation, but people still come frequently to take a photo in-front and inside of the house.
While visiting to this house, you can even go to the “Titled house” which is located in-front of the pension house. It is again another unusual building, currently being run as a cafe.
Here are the few images of Geokkuro Jip:
5. Terfens, Austria:
The house was designed by the Polish Architects Irek Glowacki & Marek Rozanski. It was developed across eight months in the western town of Terfens in Austria. The architects have turned everything about the house-including the interiors and the car in the garage to the fittings in the bathroom-on its head.
Here are the collections of few images of Terfens Upside Down House:
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6. Glenbow Museum, Canada:
This amazing upside-down building is designed by the American artist Dennis Oppenheim and is called as “Device to Root Out Evil”. It looks like an upside down church, with its steeple planted in the ground.
A country church is seen balancing on its steeple, as if it had been lifted by a terrific force and brought to the church as a device or method of rooting out evil forces.
Looks incredible right? Well, share your thoughts and opinions about these upside down houses with me using the comments section.