THIS unusual European attraction could be coming to Bournemouth soon.

Upside Down House UK plans to build the temporary eponymous structure in the Triangle events area outside Flirt, with a custom colour scheme to represent the town.

The firm boasts “over 1,000,000 visitors in the past several years” to the attraction located in at various continental sites.

It is now seeking planning permission for the structure, and must also gain permission from the council’s events team.

Its planning statement says it wishes to work with the council on the project as “by working together, we expect a much higher footfall in Bournemouth as it will be the first of its kind, the first inverted home in the country”.

“Upside down house was an idea that was brought to life back in 2007 with the first of its kind opened in Europe.

“This unique attraction has gained much success which allowed the business to implement its second inverted home.

“Due to the success of the both we have decided to expand and bring this attraction to the UK.”

Chiefly a photo opportunity, the home will “provide customers with a zero-gravity illusion experience within a safe and family friendly environment”, the firm says.

“Walk on the ceiling, reach for the coffee table and capture every moment with our inverted selfie-cam, which can be found in a picture frame surrounded by Hollywood-like mirror lamps.

“All of our inverted homes are fully-furnished and decorated based on location and season.

“In the last quarter both of our homes have seen up to 1,500 customers per day.”

There is no detail on dates in the application, which will be at the discretion of the council events team if planning permission is granted, however the firm proposes the structure will remain in place for nine months.

The attraction proposes to open between 10am and 7pm Monday to Friday and between 10am and 9pm Saturday and Sunday, costing £4 during the week and £5 at weekends.

Children aged under eight would have free entry, with a maximum of 20 people allowed inside the house at any one time. The firm says it will exclude anyone who appears drunk or under the influence.