One of the attractions of Liverpool is the house, called Turning the Place Over. Nothing in sight at first glance appeared in 2008. Its peculiarity consists in the fact that it has a turning part of the facade. In the daytime, the oval part of the building with a diameter of 8 meters turns, giving an opportunity to look at the interior. The author of the project is the British artist and sculptor Richard Wilson (Richard Wilson), who used the rotary mechanism and made part of the faceless gray wall movable.