The visionary Italian architect Dr. David Fishery has announced the launch of a revolutionary Dynamic Tower, the world's first building in motion, to be constructed in Dubai. Another in Moscow will follow, with others being considered in New York, Milan and Paris.
The rotating tower in Dubai will have 80 floors and be 420 meters (1,380 feet) tall.
That the second Dynamic Tower planned for Moscow is now in the advanced design phase.
“Our intention is to build the third Rotating Skyscraper in New York,” Dr. Fisher stated. “Additional Dynamic Towers will be built around the world, following an expression of interest from developers, governments, and public officials to construct a Dynamic Tower in Canada, Germany, Italy, Korea and Switzerland”.
The Dynamic Tower offers infinite design possibilities, as each floor rotates independently to create a building that constantly changes shape, resulting in a unique and ever evolving architectural structure.
Residents will have the possibility to drive directly into the building were a special elevator take their car to their floor and park at the entrance to their appartment/villa.
“The Dynamic Tower is environmentally friendly and the first building designed to be self-powered, with the ability to generate its own electricity, as well as for other nearby buildings, it achieves this feat with wind turbines fitted between each rotating floor, An 80-story building will have up to 79 wind turbines, making it a true green power plant,” Dr. Fisher stated.
The Dynamic Tower is also the first skyscraper to be built entirely from prefabricated parts that are custom made in a workshop, resulting in cost savings, this approach known as the Fisher Method, also requires far fewer workers on the construction site, thereby dramatically lowering construction costs.
“Each floor of the building can be completed in only seven days. From now on, buildings will be made in a factory,” Dr. Fisher said.
By combining motion, green energy and efficient construction, the Dynamic Tower will change architecture as we know it, and herald a new era of Dynamic Living.
Fisherh as spent more than 30 years working to redefine the technical and technological extremes of buildings in cities like London, New York, Moscow, Hong Kong, Paris and Dubai.
“From now on, buildings will have four dimensions, the fourth dimension is ‘Time' to become part of architecture,” Dr. Fisher added. “Buildings in motion will shape the sky line of our cities.
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