Mar 10, 2010

Wonderworks ǝpısdn uʍop museum

Wonderworks in Orlando, Florida literally turns classical architecture ǝpısdn uʍop.

The three-story, 82-foot tall building is flipped over with the peak of its roof squashed into the pavement framing the entrance.

One corner of the Wonderworks building appears to flatten a 20th century brick warehouse. Palm trees and lamp posts hang suspended.

The wacky design is a precursor to the topsy-turvy activities that take place inside.

The building includes a hurricane ride with 65-mph winds, a 5.2 magnitude earthquake ride, and a Titanic exhibit.