Now you can know what it feels like to suspend gravity, or at least make it look like you are in photos. An upside-down house has been built in Fenjing Ancient Town, Jinshan District, which is south of Shanghai, and is now open to the public.
The three-room house was designed by a Polish designer and took five months to complete, according to . All the furniture is stuck to the ceiling — from the sofa to the dining room table and chairs — which emphasizes the inverted look. The house even features a sloping floor, which made some of the guests feel dizzy and disoriented. But of course, there were plenty of photo ops. Similar houses have been built in Russia, Germany, and Poland.
Tell us: What do you think of the upside down house? Would you want to visit it?
Photos: Reuters/Aly Song