Apparently suspended ceilings are popular in Russia because upstairs neighbors have a penchant for getting drunk and leaving the bathtub running all night.
In Russia suspended ceiling is not only a stylish element of the flat interior, it can simply save your dwelling from flood made by the careless neighbors living above. Like in this case the practice shows that it is able to gather and hold all the water. Now the question is how to pour it off safely. But just imagine you wake up one morning and your ceilings look like this!
If I woke up one morning and my ceiling looked like that I'd think, "damn, I got a sexy f***in' ceiling." And then, if nobody was around, I might do some light to moderate fondling. Just kidding, I don't care who sees.
Hit the jump for several more shots, including one that shows why you wouldn't want to suckle these things (the last one).
Russian 3D ceilings [englishrussia]
Thanks to Phil, who agrees a ceiling just isn't a ceiling without cleavage.