by Michelle Wilding in Architecture on Saturday 12 May 2012

Disclaimer: stop reading immediately if you’re easily-dizzied. For those that aren’t, you’ll be totally gobsmacked by this real life Upside-Down House.

Polish architects Marek Rozhanski and Irek Glowacki built the house in the Austrian village of Terfans in a bid to tempt tourists visiting the country. It’s now open for public viewing. And since every object inside the home sits on its head, upside-down like its outward appearance, I dare you to attempt to use the toilet.