A spectacular, upside down and gravity-defying building site has become a major must-see tourists attraction in the Hartebeestpoort area of 47 miles north of Johannesburg, South Africa.
The unique building is opposite of what a standard house should look like with its roof on the ground and floor up in the air. The house is built in such a way that it is inverted on the outside and inside.
Locals and international flood the site taking pictures of themselves in rooms where chairs and beds are hanging on the ceiling.
The living areas and the kitchen are also upside with household appliances hanging from the roof.