But have you ever stepped inside a home that was completely inverted? Well, now you can.
Over at the All-Russian Exhibition Centre in Moscow there’s a unique European cottage where everything is back to front and upside down. The floor is in fact the ceiling and there’s camera trickery or illusions at play either, it’s been deliberately designed that way. Visitors can strike a pose for some seriously funny photographs and appear as if they’re floating around the kitchen, lounge or even bedroom.
You can find out more about the house, how you can visit it and the story behind its creation right here
Images by Yuri Kochetkov
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