Dubai’s Self Sustaining Revolving Building

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As if Dubai didn’t have enough cool things going on already, their newest revolving building to be erected is one of the most amazing (and greenest) architectural designs out there today. The building will host 80 floors, each of which can move independently from the rest of the building. This doesn’t only allow the building to take on new shapes every passing minute, but it also allows for residents to eat breakfast in front of the sunrise, and eat dinner in front of the sunset, without leaving the room. But what makes the building ‘green’? The wind turbines located between each floor that power not only the building they’re located in, but several other nearby buildings as well. The design really is something you have to see to believe, so check out the replies to watch a video of what this self sustaining revolving building is actually capable of doing.

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