Architecture in Motion

When com­plet­ed in Dubai, this “dynam­ic build­ing” designed by David Fish­er will be in con­stant motion, always chang­ing its shape, and also gen­er­ate its own elec­tric ener­gy. You can reserve your apart­ment today, or wait for sim­i­lar build­ings to get erect­ed in Moscow and New York. The whole con­cept feels a bit Las Vegas-esque. But who knows, maybe this is the wave of the future. To see what I’m talk­ing about, watch the video below and get more info here.

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