I got a violent headache while preparing this post – please, proceed with caution!
Completed in 2007, the house designed by Polish businessman and philanthropist Daniel Czapiewski was originally created as an artwork designed to be representative of the end of the communist era in Poland ushering in a time of uncertainty, reports Greenme.
The house is situated in the village of Szymbark, about 39 kilometres south west of Gdansk in Northern Poland, and now attracts thousands of tourists each year.
Szymbark’s timber clad, upside down house, the only one in Poland, was completed in 2007 and took approximately five times longer than a conventional house to construct. One of the factors contributing to the longer than normal construction phase was the disorientation experienced by tradesmen working on the upside down house.
Installing furniture on the ceiling must be one kind of fun!
I wonder whether this toilet can function. You would need a seatbelt to use it
So, this is where upside down Christmas trees originated from!
Quick video! Again, watch carefully, could potentially make you quite dizzy!
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