A good designer creates new things that can impress. Most ambitious artists are seeking to flip our world upside down. There are a lot of designers who make it in a literal sense.
Interesting Examples of Inverted Design
Upside down house in Tyrol
The inverted house in the Austrian Tyrol designed by Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozanski
In 2012, a new attraction – the inverted house officially opened in the Austrian Tyrol, designed by Polish architects. Irek Glowacki and Marek Rozanski turned almost everything upside down in the new house; not only furniture and other items, but even the car in the garage. Tour to this home would be a very difficult test for your vestibular apparatus.
Museum in Hanoi in the form of an inverted pyramid by GMP Architects
GMP Architects has developed a unique design of a museum in Hanoi in the form of an inverted pyramid. This building consists of several floors, and features a large pool. When you look at its reflection you see a regular pyramid.
GMP Architects also used white color palette to make the illusion of natural light inside the building. That looks very nice at night.
Inverted Risky Shop showroom
Inverted Risky Shop showroom by Smallna Design Studio
Smallna Design Studio displayed a project in the Risky Shop showroom for the fashion brand “Risk. Made in Warsaw”, Warsaw (Poland). The basic concept of the project is the upside down world, breaking the laws of gravity, which reflects the basic idea of the brand. The walls of the shop are painted with cloudy sky with the steel company logo on its background, which also serves as a clothes hanger, as well as other structures of thin pipes installed around the premises.
Bottom-up shower by ViteoShower
A portable bottom-up shower by ViteoShower
A portable bottom-up shower was developed by ViteoShower. It is an excellent idea for courtyards, villas, and beaches. The water supply is provided under pressure, which makes for a nice reversed stream. The shower has a very simple streamlined design, is easy to install and effortlessly turns on when you step on the platform, activating water pressure.
Inverted indoor garden
Unusual flowerpots Sky Planter by Boskke
New Zealand company Boskke that protects environment, created elegant, amazing and unusual flowerpots Sky Planter, designed by Patrick Morris.
Sky Planter pots are equipped with a special hook in the bottom, which is used to hang them up wherever it is convenient: over the sill or kitchen sink, outside on the porch or in the living room.
Each pot has an internal water reservoir whose mission is to gradually distribute moisture to the roots of plants, which will significantly reduce the frequency of irrigations.