Inspiration: Upside-Down Design

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Dutch fashion designers Viktor & Rolf launched their new website today and we happily scanned the updated site to see if there were more pictures of their amazing upside-down Milan boutique. The surreal space is one of our all-time favorite interior designs and we think of it often...

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The new site includes a few photos of the space that we haven't seen before, but unfortunately they are very small. Remember, everything is upside-down. Chandeliers sprout from the floor and the ceilings are hardwood in a herringbone pattern (and the doormat is on the ceiling, too):

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On a not-so-grand scale is New York City's Bblessing store which features upside-down tables and desk lamps mounted on the ceiling:

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The new Viktor & Rolf site is an experience in itself — very Tim-Burton-fairy-tale (and the dolls only make it creepier!). Do any readers know of another example of upside-down design? Via: racked.