Why is there an upside-down house being built in Shanghai, you ask? We’ll be very matter-of-fact about it: it’s a novelty item to attract tourists. It will include three rooms in which all furnishings are placed upside-down and we think it’s a damn fine idea.
Basically any new tourist attraction in Shanghai is a step up from than that misguided psychedelic Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, which set the bar pretty low even for our standards of entertainment.
The two-story upside-down house will be built in Fengting Ancient Town and is expected to be open to the public by April.
Take THAT Beijing, and your precious new People’s Daily Headquarters.
See more baffling architecture on Shanghaiist.
[Images via News.cn]