Upside down house in German zoo

Upside down house in German zoo

Xarpenters Gerhard Mordhorst, Gesellse Splettstößer and Manfred Kolax build this an upside down house, as an attraction for a local zoo in Getorff, Germany, with funding of Dirk Oster, an investor living in Hamburg, Germany.

The whole home is supported by steel beams in the attic, standing on a pointed roof is 23 feet tall, the house features upside-down kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom. The interior of the home from sofas to kitchen sink and accessories is hanging on the head. They screwed 50 separate to form the whole scene including beds, tables, a microwave oven and other things. Since this new attraction, the zoo is getting aot of visitors daily.

Upside down house in German zoo

Upside down house in German zoo

Upside down house in German zoo

Upside down house in German zoo


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