Fans of beloved children’s author Roald Dahl may recall the curious tale of The Twits. The odious couple are served their comeuppance by the oppressed family of monkeys they keep, who glue all of their furniture to the roof of their home in a bid to convince the Twits that they are inexplicably living upside down.
Now, a team of Taiwanese architects has constructed a real-life upside-down house. At a cost of £600,000, the inverted world was assembled at Huashan Creative Park in the nation’s capital of Taipei.
Everything from bathtubs to dinner tables to automobiles have been affixed to the ceiling of the three-storey abode, which is decked out in soothing pastel tones.
At the house’s official opening in February 2016, hundreds of tourists gathered to marvel at the baffling but impressive creation and take their…