Each room of this 80-storey building is individually designed and can be rotated 360 degrees.
Guests who stay at the new hotel in Dubai, Saudi Arabia will have the opportunity to enjoy the sunrise and sunset scenes on the same day in the hotel’s twirling room. Dynamic Tower Hotel, started construction in 2008, will be inaugurated in 2020. This skyscraper is capable of rotating 360 degrees, so the scenery outside each room will change depending on the guests’ wishes to come and rest here.
Each room will rotate freely around a central concrete axis, depending on the command transmitted in the voice controller of the internal guest. The massive building also installed horizontal wind turbines alternating between floors and solar panels on the roof, providing all the energy for the whole building. The Dynamic Group claims that this work will give visitors a great experience instead of acting like a normal hotel.
“It really is no longer a true hotel but a product that catches up with modern life. The impressive experience here will include unique services, amenities and luxury facilities for tourists with the latest technology, whether for business or for entertainment”, the company’s website said.
“Visitors at Dynamic Tower Hotel will have the opportunity to experience luxurious and spacious first-class rooms or high-class luxury rooms, as well as excellent service from one of the hotel companies that are top of the world”.
Some rooms can turn into apartments, and each apartment can be worth up to $ 30 million, according to Mashable. Fisher sketched the design with the idea that “the immutableness of today’s houses cannot reflect the real human life, where everything is constantly changing”.
He believes that hotels and houses must be able to move in the sun or wind, and adjust according to the activity and state of the inhabitants. The tower is expected to be built from pre-built rooms and then they will be attached to the building’s concrete center. Fisher’s “Tower of Rotation” project is not only innovative in design and architecture, but also focuses on protecting the environment and the industrial production process of the city in the future.
Many similar buildings were proposed in 2008 and Fisher planned to complete the first building in Dubai in 2010. However, delays in obtaining a permit for construction as well as modifications The design and problem of plumbing has caused the completion date to step back. Dr. Fisher believes that each floor will only take 6 days to assemble around the shaft once construction is allowed and the cement block has been completed. Each rotating tower is designed with many swimming pools, gardens and even elevators for cars.