Crazy People House

Two Polish architects purposely built a new house the upside down way, to be viewed as a local Austrian attraction. The house looks kinda nice, not at all bad, but would probably give your brain a migraine trying to process all that information backwards.

Click on the pictures to view them in a slideshow. Click here for the [link] and [here] for a short video of the crazy people house.

8 Responses to Crazy People House

  1. I’d like to give the owner of this house a little friendly advice: based on personal experiences, you’re going to want to put seatbelts on those toilets. I have the same one just like that installed in my lounge room.

    • buzfairy says:

      Every Kuwaiti house (apres a super late night) is exactly like you described it!!

    • buzfairy says:

      Can you check my blog a few posts back? It’s an arabic post with a couple of vids and a few pictures of people singing.

      That particular post is off a Kuwaiti wedding, and most of the singers you see were paid upwards if $150 thou… Please check the vids, and tell me what u think. This post is like of one of the biggest weddings here this year!!

      • I’d love to check out your post! Mainly because I love telling people what I think about things.

        Sadly, I wasn’t really sure which one you were talking about.

        And in reference to your other comment, I’m sorry about your friend. Living in Oklahoma must be an awful life.

  2. “the same one just like that”

    That’s not redundant at all. My bad.

    • buzfairy says:

      That is what I would call a super great short cut ;)

      Obviously I’m reminiscing on many bad nights :(

    • buzfairy says:

      I was planning on visiting my friend in “Oklahoma”… But dreading the dreadful visa application process at the US embassy.

      Funny part is, I would be waiting for the interview chatting away in one of my US friend’s office at the Embassy… But that doesn’t count for zilch when u got an old teenage “boy” in the visa process!!

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