Situated in Szymbark, Poland, this original piece of architecture flips modern concepts of homes right on their heads. While living here would prove to be difficult on account of the furniture being mounted to the ceiling—or should that be the floor? It provides tourists a mental trip as they absorb the unusual sight around them. And the interior design is anything but modern with shades of green and pink plastering the walls of the first-floor bedrooms. The house took 114 days to complete, with the designer, Daniel Czapiewski, apparently coming up with the idea as a statement about communism and the state of the world.