David Ben Grünberg and Daniel Woolfson of D*Haus Company have created the Dynamic D*Haus that adapts to different weather conditions.
It based its design on a mathematical formula, calculated by Henry Dudeney, that allows for an equilateral triangle to transform into a square. This house can actually fold into eight different configurations, moving along tracks located at the base of the building. The modular structure of this home makes for an exciting living arrangement with a different view every day; however, it also serves a practical purpose. The building folds in on itself to insulate inhabitants from cold temperatures and spreads wide to allow for more air flow during hot weather conditions.
Life is never boring in the shape-shifting Dynamic D*Haus.
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