The House Was Upside Down – A New Attraction of Tyrol

Last Saturday, officially a new attraction was opened in the Austrian Tyrol  – the house was upside down, the creation was attended by Polish architects. Irek Glovatskaya and Marek Rozhhanski turned into a new house on its head almost all – not just the furniture and other items, but even a car in the garage. Tour of the house will be a very difficult test for the vestibular apparatus.

1. The house in which everything turned upside down “upside down” in the Austrian village of Terfens, near Innsbruck, and has become a new attraction for tourists visiting Austria.

The House Was Upside Down - A New Attraction of Tyrol (1)  2.  It takes eight months to create it and over the weekend it was open for public viewing.

The House Was Upside Down - A New Attraction of Tyrol (2)  3. The project is to create a new attraction was part of the development of local tourism. As the house keeps a balance on the edge of the roof -it is the secret of Polish design studio.

The House Was Upside Down - A New Attraction of Tyrol (3)  4. Upside down house is large enough, with an area of ​​140 square meters.

The House Was Upside Down - A New Attraction of Tyrol (4)  5.  House, no doubt, attracted many tourists – it’s not every day we get the opportunity to look at ordinary things such as TV, sofa, or sink under such an unusual angle.

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The House Was Upside Down - A New Attraction of Tyrol (6)  7. “We want to expand people’s ideas about modern architecture. New house will be a striking confirmation of the fact that it is not necessary that the roof was on top. We need to learn a different perception of reality,” – commented on his work architects.

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The House Was Upside Down - A New Attraction of Tyrol (8)  9. It should be recalled that the upside down house is in the U.S., Germany, and even in the capital of Ukraine at Slavgorodskaya, 23.

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