For apparantly no reason at all, two Polish designers built an upside-down house in Germany. The house, on the northern German island of , was opened for public viewing this week.
One of the designers, Sebastian Mikiciuk, explained the inspiration for the project:
"We didn't do it for a reason. We just wanted to do something different."
Now, that's the transformational thinking that will change our world. It sounds like the Poles are taking a page out of Jason and Rachael Storm's book of randomness.
The upside down house is currently being used as an exhibit, but it has great potential as a holding cell for prisoners, or simply for people who need a timeout. The disorientation one feels in the house is a true form of torture and rehabilitation. On my list for the first class of inmates...
Who would you lock up in the upside down house?
Upside-down house opens doors in Germany [Yahoo News]