Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Impressing Dynamic Architecture

A 420 meter high building by the Italian architect David Fisher will be raised in Dubai and is scheduled to be completed by 2010. The Dynamic Tower changes it shape based on the rotation each floor has. Integrated wind turbines makes the building powered by wind to a green building. Most parts of the building will be prefabricated as modules in an Italian factory and shipped to Dubai and later a building will be build in Moscow.

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Wondering what CAD and BIM software they are using.

For more visit Dynamic Architecture's website - make sure to see the intro.

Some videos on YouTube: Dynamic Tower plans unveiled, Preview of World's First Rotating Skyscraper, Dynamic Tower, Dynamic Architecture

1 comment:

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    Jen said...

    I checked out Dynamic Architecture's website and watched all the videos. Have you seen any info anywhere on how the mechanical systems will work in this rotating building? I've been trying to imagine it, obviously the central core will stay stationary, but I just don't see how water pipes, HVAC ductwork and other rigid systems will work.
    July 01, 2008

    JTB World said...

    jen, good point. It would be interesting to know how these things will be solved.
    July 01, 2008

    Anonymous said...

    dizzy² during earthquakes
    July 05, 2008


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