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“The World Stands on its Head” (“Die Welt Steht Kopf”) House on the Baltic Sea Island of Usedom stands nearly completed on September 3, 2008 in Trassenheide, Germany. The upside down house, complete with upside down interior furnishings, is the brainchild of Klaudiusz Golos and Sebastian Mikiciuk, and will become a local tourist attraction. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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19 Jun 2011 10:16:00
Arctic Dog Houses

Sled dogs in Svalbard, Norway live in little houses built a foot or two off the ground so they remain accessible even after snowstorm. Raising the floor above the cold ground also keeps the dogs warmer in the winter.
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09 Jan 2013 12:40:00
Kha Tu Ngoc rests in her two- square- meter house in Ho Chi Minh City on May 2, 2018. (Photo by Thanh Nguyen/AFP Photo)

Kha Tu Ngoc rests in her two- square- meter house in Ho Chi Minh City on May 2, 2018. The “micro- house” dwellings are dotted throughout Vietnam' s bustling southern hub, occupied by families clinging to postage stamp- sized plots a city developing at breakneck pace. Tucked away in winding alleys, nestled under new condo developments or sandwiched between street food stalls and shops, the tiny houses are easily missed by the unattentive passerby. (Photo by Thanh Nguyen/AFP Photo)
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04 Jun 2018 00:01:00
Actress with the Donbass Opera Theatre prepares to perform Eugene Onegin in Donetsk, Ukraine, Saturday, February 7, 2015. For the few dozen spectators that turn up, the weekly performances at the city's opera house serve as a respite from the war raging outside between Russian-backed separatists and Ukrainian government forces. (Photo by Petr David Josek/AP Photo)

Actress with the Donbass Opera Theatre prepares to perform Eugene Onegin in Donetsk, Ukraine, Saturday, February 7, 2015. For the few dozen spectators that turn up, the weekly performances at the city's opera house serve as a respite from the war raging outside between Russian-backed separatists and Ukrainian government forces. (Photo by Petr David Josek/AP Photo)
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10 Feb 2015 12:15:00
People appear dangling as a large-scale installation art piece by Leandro Erlich, named “Dalston House”, is displayed on June 24, 2013 in London, England. Part of the “Beyond Barbican” summer series of events, the interactive installation is a full facade of a late nineteenth-century Victorian terraced house built on the ground with a large mirror above it to reflect people as to appear dangling from the structure.  (Photo by Dan Dennison/Getty Images)

People appear dangling as a large-scale installation art piece by Leandro Erlich, named “Dalston House”, in London, England. Part of the “Beyond Barbican” summer series of events, the interactive installation is a full facade of a late nineteenth-century Victorian terraced house built on the ground with a large mirror above it to reflect people as to appear dangling from the structure. (Photo by Dan Dennison)
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02 Jun 2015 10:07:00
Visitors walk past the fully equipped dining table inside the “Crazy House”, which is completely built upside-down, in the village of Affoldern near the Edersee lake, May 7, 2014. Three friends came up with the idea to build the tourist attraction, which cost about 200,000 euros and took some six weeks to complete. (Photo by Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters)

Visitors walk past the fully equipped dining table inside the “Crazy House”, which is completely built upside-down, in the village of Affoldern near the Edersee lake, May 7, 2014. Three friends came up with the idea to build the tourist attraction, which cost about 200,000 euros and took some six weeks to complete. (Photo by Kai Pfaffenbach/Reuters)
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11 May 2014 12:15:00
Real-life Up House Flys

Adventurer Jonathan Trappe, successfully flew a house over 20,000 feet in the air, lifted by helium-filled balloons in Leon, Mexico, as inspired by the Pixar film Up.
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28 Nov 2012 10:14:00
House Of Mirror In The Californian Desert, USA

In the desert near Joshua Tree, California, there stands a 70-year-old homestead cabin that isn’t all there. The ethereal cabin is part of an outdoor art installation by artist Phillip K. Smith III called Lucid Homestead. To give the cabin its striking appearance, the artist replaced strips of the wall with mirrors and the windows with mirrored panels that light up at night. The building reflects the desert sun and environment around it, making it seem like an airy and transparent space
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17 Dec 2013 11:13:00