French artist Jean-François Fourtou loves to play with dimension and proportion. In his recent project ombée du Ciel (Fallen from the Sky), Fourtou plopped an upside down house right in the center of his property in Morocco, disorienting his viewers and creating a bewildering experience of “home.” This upside down house is inspired by his grandparents’ home in France, reproduced to scale. Viewing the house from inside just looks like coming to a magic world and the experience of walking on the ceilings must evoke both a disorienting and funny feeling.
If you are fascinated with upside down architecture, you probably will like another upside down house we featured before by Polish partners Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastion Mikuciuk. [source]
Life is full of fun, somethings, you just need to turn a way around, like the upside down faces pictures we present here.
We have two groups of upside down faces, one is photo of real person who draw some eyes on their chin and add some hats,glass, decorations. And another is a set of drawing artwork: two faces in one, which are very funny and unusual pictures.
An installation of an upside down house in Trassenheide Germany was opened to the public recently and was designed by Polish partners Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastion Mikuciuk for the Edutainment exhibition company.
The creators say they “didn’t built the house for a reason, they just wanted to do something different.”
You might remember there was another upside down house created by a Polish businessman and philanthropist named Daniel Czapiewski, and is located in Poland in the tiny village of Szymbark. But the one in this blog is different! It is not only the exterior is upside down, but every single room in the house and also the furniture.