Art/Design: Taiwan’s Upside/Down House

upsidedownhouseA couple of hundred visitors now visit Huashan Creative Park in Taipei, Taiwan to take a look at an upside down house.  The art project involved a group of Taiwan’s architects and American inspiration.  They built a 3-story American-style house, but just everything upside down.  It cost about $600,000USD and took around 3 months to build.

For more details, go to:  CBS News – Taiwan’s Upside Down House.

The Inventor of the Rubik’s Cube

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Hungarian architect Ernő Rubik was looking for a simple and fun way to teach his students architecture.  In 1974, Ernő Rubik created the “Cube” as an education tool, but over the years it has become more than just a children’s toy, puzzle piece, but also a piece of art.

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