Floating black house in the Czech Republic is the creepiest thing you will see today

Floating black house in the Czech Republic is the creepiest thing you will see today

Underneath an old, dilapidated railway bridge 15 minutes on foot away from Czech Republic’s city center is a disturbing black house suspended midair by steel cables. It is less of a living space and more of an installation art that houses a tiny living room, a loft for sleeping and a small stove. A ladder, which is hidden near the floating house, is the only access to the “Black Flying House” and urge passers-by to explore what is inside – if they’re not scared.

Designed and built by H3T Architects, the small dwelling is constructed using wood painted with black matte with rectangular windows and a gable roof. In the morning, the steel cables can be seen. At night time, however, it appears to look like a witch’s black hangout place. The suspended installation blends in with the monochromatic surroundings but somehow stands out because of its shape. While it is mysterious enough for passers-by to steer clear of it, some have actually gone up the house to see the inside for themselves.

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