This house, located in the western Austrian village of Terfens would be the ultimate place for them to dance on the ceiling & from the window to the walls. Designed by Polish architects Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozhanski, this house is a tourist attraction. It was opened to the public recently and people are quite fascinated by it.
All I know is that this is the kind of place that would make a Dr. Seuss fan light up with glee. Just look at how each room pops.
I’m just wondering how you take a “Number 2” in the bathroom, or if such a feat should even be attempted?
- Austria’s ‘upside down house’ becomes tourist attraction (news.yahoo.com)
- Upside Down House in Austria (unusualplaces.org)
- The House Was Upside Down – A New Attraction of Tyrol (oddstuffmagazine.com)