rotating skyscraper

The future is all about the 360-degree view. Dubai plans to take the 360-degree experience far beyond your expectations by building the world’s first rotating skyscraper by 2020.

David Fisher, the Israeli-Italian architect, proposed the “Dynamic Tower” in 2008 which is 420 meters, 80-floor rotating skyscraper. It was proposed as the world’s first prefabricated skyscraper with 40 factory-built modules for each floor.

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Recently Dubai unveiled its Future Cities Show 2017 exhibition, which focuses on innovation, providing sustainability and happiness to the region around the world. Dr. Abdullah bin Mohammed Belhaif Al Nuaimi, Dubai’s Minister of Infrastructure Development, said, “Our objective is to establish tomorrow’s leading cities that can surpass reality.”

Each floor in the Dynamic Tower will be designed to rotate independently, results in a changing shape of the tower. Wind turbines are located on each floor of the tower to provide the structure with power. By 2020, United Arab Emirates wants 7% of its electricity to come from renewable resources. Each apartment costs $30 million.

The main advantage of living in the revolutionary tower is, you’ll able to watch the sunrise and sunset from the same window. Watch the astonishing video below