An "unusual" house that defies gravity is inaugurated in Cuba
A building, named "unusual house" and built "to defy gravity" was opened to the public today in Las Tunas, in eastern Cuba, in order to astonish visitors with optical illusions and perhaps enter the Guinness records , local media reported.
The building, unique of its kind on the island, has five cameras, including furniture specially constructed to implement physical experiments.
Visitors to the house will find a table with legs shorter than others, which however can be played; pendulums inclined resting, "a seat which visitors cannot get up without help" and a corner where the water rises under its own weight.
Its creator, architect Domingo Alás Rosell said that the installation could be nominated for the Guinness World Records, where Cuba entered the "world's largest daiquiri" and various records of ball control.