Visitors to the sleepy town of Terfens, Austria are literally craning their necks to see this upside-down house built as a tourist attraction.
It took eight months for the Polish architects, Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozhanski, to finish the house which is fully furnished, complete with garage and vintage VW Beetle parked on the ceiling.
Once inside, it's a dizzying experience for guests, walking through rooms where all furnishings and fixtures have been placed carefully on the ceiling, including a children's bedroom with toys stuck on the ceiling/floor.
The house was opened to the public this month, and you can have a sneak peek at the gravity-defying home in the video above.
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