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Wheel-Enclosed Buildings
The Migrant Skyscraper Allows for Quick Mobility


By: Harris Jay Rosenberg Alterman (Star) Apr 9, 12
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The ‘Migrant Skyscraper’ was designed by Damian Przybyła and Rafał Przybyła as a place where people can live and move easily. Their design is basically a sustainable living environment inside a giant rubber wheel that can be mobilized at any point.

The giant wheel building was designed for when political or natural disasters occur. In times of distress, all one must do is power up the engine and drive their home to a new location. The building’s design includes a irrigation system that allows users to grow their own plants and an area to run a small farm. Complete with indoor plumbing, a kitchen,  a living room and two bedrooms, this movable building has everything one needs and may be a reality in the distant future.



Source: yankodesign
Readmore: dprzybyla.blogspot



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