You will need a head for heights when visiting this toilet otherwise it might leave you feeling a little flush.
That's because it is suspended on a glass floor above a 15-storey unused lift shaft.
When the owners of this Mexican penthouse use the toilet or brush their teeth they will be able to look through the floor to the bottom of the shaft. The luxury penthouse is built on top of an old colonial style building in Guadalajara, Mexico, built in the 1970s.
The interior of the home was designed by architects Hernandez Silva Arquitectos who explained that a characteristic feature of the project is the volume that was originally intended for a second elevator, which was never installed and became a powder room with a glass floor that looks all the way down.
The structure of the house is based on columns and slabs which allowed the architects to remove walls creating more space.