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There’s a townhouse in Taiwan that’s causing a stir. The owners of the dollhouse-inspired place built it with a bit of a twist and people have taken notice.

The colourful three-storey property in Taipei is built entirely upside-down. A group of Taiwanese architects spent over $800,000 to create the house/art project that’s currently on display in Huashan Creative Park. And when we say everything is topsy turvy, we mean everything. That includes the…

Little kid’s bedroom:

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The washroom:

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The living room:

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The kitchen:

And, yes, even the garage:

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We really hope that massive car is able to stay put up there, at least while the house is on display. Visitors can roam the unusual place until July 22, when it closes down.

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