Visit Taiwan's Completely Insane Upside-Down House
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A rather peculiar installation in Taiwan is very literally turning the concept of the happy home upside down.
According to Fox News, you will find yourself fortunate if you are in Taiwan and also have a hankering to tour a home flipped on its head.
That is precisely what you will find at the Huashan Creative Park, where touring one of its exhibits becomes a beguiling and mind-numbing experience.
It’s as if you died and went to live in some Lionel Richie music video.
Thankfully, you don’t have to be as cool as a man dancing on the ceiling. You just have to be in the Taipei area.
If you just can’t make it out to the upside-down house by July 22, the following social media posts will have to suffice in showing you what you will miss.
An upside-down house costing around $600,000 was built at the Huashan Creative Park in Taipei, Taiwan. (AP Photos) pic.twitter.com/iw4vqO75g1— DAILY SABAH (@DailySabah) February 24, 2016
Huashan Creative Park in Taipei, Taiwan pic.twitter.com/yEKtgoIpFr— Boateng Duka Kofi (@DukaKofi) February 23, 2016
Sadly, this is as close as we might ever get to living in a home designed by Willy Wonka.
We do have to say that as cool as it seems, heating up a Hot Pocket changes from an easy task into a reason to invest heavily in step stools. And that says nothing about having to binge-watch Netflix from a horrible vantage.
Yes, we are perfectly content visiting the land of the absurd and keeping our normal lives the right side up.
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