Upside Down House, Szymbark, Poland - Constructed in 2007 the house was designed by Polish businessman and philanthropist Daniel Czapiewski was designed to be representative of the uncertainty found at the end of the communist era in Poland. The house situated in northern Poland attracts thousands of tourists each year. The house took approximately five times longer than a conventional house to construct due to the disorientation the workers felt while constructing.
House in the Clouds, Thorpeness, Suffolk, UK This converted water tower was originally built to recieve water pumped from Thorpeness Windmill, with the water tank disguised to be in keeping with the rest of the buildings in the village. When Thorpeness got a mains water supply in 1977, the building was converted into a living space. Now it's a popular holiday let.