Tuesday, January 22, 2013

David Fisher's Dynamic Architecture

David Fischer's designs move, not only conceptually but also physically.  His towers are designed to rotate, using complex engineering, where each floor acts as an independent building component rotating about a mechanical axis modifying the building's shape slowly by the minute.  Further innovations on these designs could include prefabrication of the individual units installed around the building's core on-site, and energy efficient solutions for the tower movement using wind turbines and ink solar roofs. (For more on this visit Dynamic Architecture)
Click here for animation of the Dynamic Future Hotel and enjoy the motion...

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