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A New Twist on Skyscrapers
Posted by Tom Klemens on February 1, 2012 at 12:14 PM.


 What do you get when you cross a kaleidoscope and a skyscraper? A building with independently rotating floors whose appearance changes continuously. That’s the brainchild of architect David Fisher, whose Dynamic Architecture Group has worked out a plan to develop such a structure (an 80-story version) using pre-fabricated elements shipped to the site for assembly. It would, in essence, be a factory produced skyscraper. And although it’s pricey, just the fact that we now have the technology to do this is pretty amazing.


For a great explanation and appreciation of this thought-provoking concept, as well as additional images, read the recent post by Tami Hausman at

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