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What’s the Deal With This Upside-Down House? 

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Upside-down house in Ganghwa Island, South KoreaJuliane Eirich

Worldwide, architects are flipping their (design) lids with upside-down houses and motels. If you don’t have the funds—or the time—to go see one of these topsy-turvy buildings in person, a quick Internet search will take you on a global tour of these backward homes. The one shown here is on Ganghwa Island, just west of Seoul.

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