The inexplicable 800,000 USD upside-down house being built in Shanghai’s Jinshan district is almost done and will have a batch of of safety regulations to go along with it when it opens up for visitors.
“There is a chance that some people will become dizzy when they’re inside the house, so in the interest of safety we have set a limit of 20 visitors at any one time,” said Huai Xigen, director of the village where the house is located.
“We will also warn people with high blood pressure against entering the house,” he said.
The 200-square-meter, two-story house designed by Polish architects is being installed in Jinshan district’s Fengjing Water Town, a haven for peasant painting. It is the only upside-down house to be built in China, for now.
Construction of the house began in November and it will be open to the grabby hands of tourists on April 25 for a hot 30 yuan per person. Only 1,000 people are allowed to visit each day, so get there early folks.
[Image via Shanghai Daily]