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Published: Feb 23, 2016
WATCH! Upside Down House in Taiwan Draws Crowd While Defying Gravity
by Toshiba Reynolds


Photos & Video of an upside down house in Taiwan have gone viral. Designing and building a new home of your own may seem like a topsy-turvy experience, and for a group of architects in Taiwan it most certainly was.

The "Upside Down Wonderland Exhibition" is the newest (and most inverted) exhibition at the the National Taiwan Science Education Center, located in Taipei.
The upside-down house in Taiwan appears to stand on its roof and has been attracting visitors for a gravity-defying experience.

The house is painted in bright pastels and the interior is furnished with real-size furniture, firmly secured to the ceiling. Visitors constantly reach above their heads to touch the displayed items.

The house took just over two months to complete with a reported price tag of $600,000 to build.

A time-lapse video posted to YouTube shows how the mind-bending structure was created.

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