It is a fully-furnished, three storey house with all the modern comforts in Taiwan and it is completely upside down house
The pastel-painted property in Huashan Creative Park, Taipei, was created by a group of Taiwanese architects as a part of their exhibition and it costs approx. $600,000.
It took 2 months to build this house
Everything from the kitchen sink down to a double bed, dining table, fully fitted bathroom and even a fireplace have been fixed to the ceilings. It also has a car fixed to the ceiling
The designers very carefully worked on small things like the pasta on the dinner table hangs vertically and a computer in the study room has yellow sticky notes attached to it
An outdoor staircase at ground level leads to the third-floor living room and its ceiling furniture
Its appliances are real, with working lights throughout