17 Unique Upside Down Houses

Anything that is unique and stands out from the crowd always gets the attention. The artists and designers of these upside down houses wan...

Anything that is unique and stands out from the crowd always gets the attention. The artists and designers of these upside down houses wanted to shake up the way we think of society’s most pressing need, shelter. These are built to get attention, earn money or some time even as an art. What ever the purpose is, they are really creative and unique. Have a look!
Upside Down House in Terfens, Austria
Amazingly this house was built in a way it looks like it's been uprooted by a mighty tornado and planted on its roof, as an Austrian tourist attraction, by architects Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozhanski. As well as its impressive exterior the house is fully furnished with decor, belongings and even a car - all painstakingly installed upside down. [More]

Upside Down House in Clifton Hill, Canada
Niagara upside down house is located in Clifton Hill, Niagara Falls, Canada. From top to bottom, everything is constructed upside down. [More]

Upside down Sakasa Restaurant, Japan
This is another upside down construction but not a house, Sakasa Restaurant, Japan. Everything is upside down; ceiling light fixtures, the outside advertising signboards, emergency exit signs,the menu displays mirror image text. [More]

Upside Down House in German island of Usedom
The entire house and the household things are built upside down. Visitors enter a house standing upside down in Trassenheide on the Baltic Sea island of Usedom, northeastern Germany. The house was constructed in 2008 by two Polish initiators Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastion Mikuciuk, who also designed the house’s interior upside down. This house was built for an exhibition just to do  something different. [More]

Upside Down House in Szymbark, Poland
Daniel Czapiewski, Polish businessman and philanthropist, built this house as an artistic statement about the Communist era and current state of the world. Many tourists who visit complain of mild seasickness and dizziness after just a few minutes of being in the structure. [More]

Upside down White House Wonderworks, Florida & Tennessee, USA
There are two of this upside down buildings; one in Orlando, Florida and other one in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. Both look from the outside like an oversized White House flipped onto its roof. [More, via]

Upside Down House in Niagara Falls
Another upside down house from Niagara falls, Canada. There are about 6 rooms available; Kitchen, living room, bedroom, kids room, bathroom and dining room. Everything is located upside down. [More]

Upside Down House in Pai, Thailand
Lauren, a traveler and a blog writer writes in her blog about her visit to Pai in Thailand. This beautiful upside down house was one of many places she has visited. The house seems to be very attractive and unique [More]

Upside Down House in Getorff, Germany
Carpenters Gerhard Mordhorst, Gesellse Splettstößer and Manfred Kolax built this upside down house for Dirk Oster, as an attraction for a local zoo in Getorff, Germany. The 23ft-tall house has an upside-down kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom. Everything from the bathroom to the fruit bowl on the kitchen table are hanging over head. [More]

Upside down House on top of Vienna's Museum Moderner Kunst, Austria
In October of 2006, artist Erwin Wurm temporarily slammed an upside-down house right on top of Vienna's Museum Moderner Kunst (MUMOK). Project transformed the stark MUMOK façade itself into a work of art. [More]

Geokkuro Jip Upside Down House in Gilsang Myeon, Korea
This curious upside down house in Gilsang Myeon, Korea was built by its owner and former clothing designer, 51-year-old Jeon Yong-sun, who designed the house himself. [More]

Baan Teelanka Upside down house in Thailand
The Phuket Upside Down House, officially called Baan Teelanka as this is how it translates in Thai, a pink house is standing upside down in a garden like if some giant kid had casually dropped it after playing with it. [More]

Upside down House Shanghai, China
An upside-down house at China Folk Painting Village in Fengjing Ancient Town, Jinshan district, Shanghai, China. This house in China was made by Polish designers and took five months to complete. Tickets to see the inside cost 30 yen, or about $5.  [More, via]

Upside Down House of  Jean-François Fourtou
French artist Jean-François Fourtou has always wanted to be an architect. Tombée du Ciel (Fallen from the Sky), the upside down house inspired by his grandparents’ home in France, reproduced to scale and plopped on its roof with its entrance via window, is one of these works. [More]

Upside Down House in Haitibu, Germany
Another creative upside down house in Haitibu, Germany. Every room is extremely detailed but upside down!  [More]

Upside Down House in Sabah, Malaysia
Everything from its roof to its floor, including a Kancil parked in the garage, is upside down, located in Sabah, Malaysia. The house was built at a cost of RM500,000 (S$208,500) in Tamparuli by entrepreneur Alexander Yee, who operates a tourist lodge in Sabah's east coast Sukau. [More]

Upside Down Church 'Device to Root Out Evil', Canada
First installed in Vancouver, BC, Canada this art piece was deemed too controversial for the city and was later relocated to a park in Calgary, Alberta. The piece is a 25-ft tall, aluminum framed, red glass shingled church turned on it's head, the steeple pointing into the ground. It was designed by American sculptor Dennis Oppenheim. [More]


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