Upside-down house 'a crazy experience'

Built inside the grounds of a zoo in Getorff, Germany, the house has an upside-down kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom.

The 23ft-tall (seven metres) home was built by carpenter Gerhard Mordhorst and his colleagues Gesellse Splettstober and Manfred Kolax.

They described the project as one of the “craziest” they’ve ever been asked to do.
Steel plates and screws were used to hold the furniture in place.

Putting the bathroom together was the trickiest part due to bulky items such as the shower.

The men went to great length to make sure every detail was perfect, even using needle and thread in order to keep the bed linen in place.

The house was built on an incline to further challenge the viewer’s perpective.

The “crazy house”, which was thought up by Hamburg investor Dirk Oster, will open to the paying public at the end of March.