The House that was Deliberately Built Upside Down – Design You Trust

The House that was Deliberately Built Upside Down


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At first glance, it looks like the occupants in this home are stuck to the ceiling. But amazingly the house was built this way as a tourist attraction at the VVTs the All-Russia Exhibition Center in Moscow. As well as its impressive exterior the house is fully furnished with decor, belongings and even a Mini – all painstakingly installed upside down.


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Once inside, visitors stare up in wonder at a bathroom with fittings all hanging from the ceiling and marvel at a gravity-defying car port that features a real upside down Mini.


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The living room features a sofa and coffee table complete with a reading tablet and a half-empty glass.


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The kitchen, kitted out in lime green, has the table set for dinner complete with a lobster, while the bedroom has an upside bed, wardrobe and glowing lamps.


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Photo: AFP/Getty Images


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Credits: The Daily Mail

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