This Is How the Inside of Taiwan’s Upside-Down House Looks Like


This upside-down house in Taipei, Taiwan, gets a lot of attention from tourists lately who found it entertaining. According to the exhibit organizers, it took 2 months and $600,000 to construct the three-storey reverse house.

Scroll down to see photos that reveal the inside of this house with an unconventional design.

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The house is said to have 334 m² of floor space, wide enough to have a few rooms and even a garage, where you can find a bike and a car that are also hung upside down




Everything inside the house is placed in reverse position, from the sofas to the dining table and even the bathtub


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