John Körmeling's Rotating House

By: lourdes sanchez bayas - Published: May 14, 2008 • References: & gizmodo
John Körmeling's house, which looks like a real house, can rotate completely over a span of 20 hours.

"The house will not be fit for human habitation; it consists of a steel construction covered with red brick strips and tiles," Gizmodo says. "The windows are made of laminated glass with white window frames. The front and back garden are provided with artificial turf. At night the house will be illuminated from the inside."

The structure, which is presently under construction in the municipality of Tilburg in the Netherlands, will be a full-scale model measuring about 16 feet wide, 28 feet deep and 33 feet wide.

The rotating house will be powered by solar panels.

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