Upside Down House in Edinburgh, Scotland

Upside Down House in Edinburgh, Scotland

Aaron Able
Sep 18, 2008

Though not as upside-down as Tuesday's post from ATSF, the original owners of this house in the Morningside suburb of Edinburgh called their home the Upside-Down House &mdash the architects, James Morris and Robert Steedman, put the sleeping areas in a nearly windowless downstairs and kept the light-filled areas on the second floor for communal living space...

The owner has a modern chair collection displayed throughout the house. The large 4-poster bed pictured above is made from an old church organ! For the story of the 42nd of 100 Important Modern Buildings in Scotland, see A Scottish House, Traditional Yet Modern and the slideshow.

Images: Michael Hughes

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