A fully-furnished $600,000 house stands upside down in central Taipei. The builders say they wanted to reflect a different view of the ordinary world. The floor space, or effectively the ceiling, covers a total of 334 square meters over three stories. Furnishings from beds to bathtubs are real, likewise a car and a bicycle are hung upside down in the garage. The creators are charging about $6 per visitor and nearly 1,000 people have toured it every day so far.
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