The Rotunda house, designed by Norman & Dawbarn architects, was previously a Cold War facility. Located in Bushy Park in England, the area, which has a long military history, was used to test torpedoes and submarines.
The Rotunda house is a testament to how explosive adaptive design can be, and it's even won an award for its innovation. Check out the photographs in the featured gallery to see the circular architectural masterpiece.
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