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Rotating homes - the future of architecture?

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miguel-riley
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They move so slowly that I don't believe it would be noticeable. Plus, I would love to sit in a spot maybe working at my desk and look up every hour or so and have a different view. Or imagine your family having breakfast at the table in the morning and dinner at night with two different views. I think it's pretty cool.
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sounds exotic but isn't it a waste of energy?
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It looks and sounds interesting but it's unnecessary cost.
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For some striking mortgage holders this is turning into a reality, because of an inventive influx of engineers who are rethinking the idea of the house.
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what could possibly be the environmental advantages of this? It's a waste of energy or electricity and even if it's solar powered, it's solar energy that can be used for something useful instead of making your house turn.
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I think the rotating part is a useless function that serves no purpose at all. You can use this function on a hotel project but on a residential? pointless.
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Such a waste of talent for architects to do something so pointless.
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I wouldn't want for my house to spin. What if it gets out of control?
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I wouldn't want for my house to spin. What if it gets out of control?
hahaha you might fly away like a top.
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This is indeed a pointless feature. What good can this do? It's especially dangerous with kids in the house.
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This looks awesome! If I had money to burn, why not right?
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This looks awesome! If I had money to burn, why not right?
Me too! I'd get all the high tech equipments for my house.
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Me too! I'd get all the high tech equipments for my house.
Yes, I enjoy having technology in the house.
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Yes, I enjoy having technology in the house.
Technology is good but what's the point of your house rotating? To get ample sunlight from each room? I don't think it's worth it.
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Technology is good but what's the point of your house rotating? To get ample sunlight from each room? I don't think it's worth it.
I agree. It is not worth it.
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what are these environmental advantages I can't think of any.
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what are these environmental advantages I can't think of any.
I don't either. The closest thing I can think of is to save electricity but even then. It's pointless.
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This is just sounds utterly silly. I do not see any advantages to it other than bragging rights.
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This is just sounds utterly silly. I do not see any advantages to it other than bragging rights.
I agree with you there. The ass is going to be dope though!
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I'd rather use my money on something practical. This seems to be just a fad. If you've got money to burn, go ahead. Not my thing though.
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