Por Fernanda Saide
15 marzo, 2017

¡De sólo ver cómo se mueve me mareo!

Son 80 pisos en total los que conforman este excéntrico rascacielos que se ubicará en Dubai, y que será el primero rotatorio del mundo, que ofrecerá poder ver todos los paisajes posibles del perímetro en que esté construido. Se llama “Dynamic Tower”, en español “Torre dinámica”, y se moverá constantemente en 360º.

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La verdad, es que pareciera que fuera a desarmarse, pero está bien lejos de eso, ya que está pensado con una muy avanzada tecnología que le otorgará ese nivel de movilidad.

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El proyecto está encabezado por el famoso arquitecto David Fisher, y hasta ahora sólo se tienen los planos y diseño en 3D. Debería estar listo en 2020.

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El costo por una habitación es muy elevado: $30 millones de dólares, y sólo se ofrece la opción de comprar un piso completo.

Además, el usuario podrá escoger la rapidez con que su piso se mueva, para planear por ejemplo, si despertar con el sol por la ventana, o recibir su luz por las tardes.

Mira cómo será en este video:

​The Dynamic Tower (also known as Dynamic Architecture Building or the Da Vinci Tower) is a proposed 420-metre (1,378 ft), 80-floor moving skyscraper, designed by architect David Fisher. Similar to the Suite Vollard completed in 2001 in Brazil, each floor is designed to rotate independently, resulting in a changing shape of the tower. Each floor is designed to rotate a maximum of 6 metres (20 ft) per minute, or one full rotation in 90 minutes. It was proposed as the world's first prefabricated skyscraper with 40 factory-built modules for each floor. Fisher said that 90% of the tower could be built in a factory and shipped to the construction site. This would allow the entire building to be built more quickly. The core of the tower must be built at the construction site. Fisher said that the prefabricated portions would decrease the project's cost and the number of workers,] and that construction will take 30% less time than a normal skyscraper of the same size.] The majority of the workers would be in factories, working under safer conditions. Kitchen and bathroom fixtures would be pre-installed. The core would serve each floor with a special, patented connection for clean water, based on technology used to refuel airplanes in mid-flight. The entire tower is proposed to be powered from wind turbines and solar panels. Enough surplus electricity should be produced to power five other similar sized buildings in the vicinity. The turbines would be located between each of the rotating floors. Fisher said that they could generate up to 1,200,000 kilowatt-hours of energy. The solar panels are expected to cover the roof and the top of each floor. . Welcome to @amazing.architecture! Follow us for your daily new's about architecture . see more: www.facebook.com/amazingarchitecture [ + 200k ] . #amazingarchitecture #architect #architecture #contemporary #arquitetura #facade #sketchup #sketchup3d #sketchup2016 #3ds #3dworld #vray #vrayrender #design #exterior #exteriordesign #vrayforsketchup #concrete #structure #instarender #archiviz #archviz #3dwork #rendering #render_contest #renderbox #sketchup2016

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