The D*Dynamic Home Features a Quadrant Of Manipulable Triangles

 - Sep 14, 2017
References: thedhaus & dezeen
UK-based architectural experts D*Haus are well-known for proposing extraordinarily audacious and futuristic dwelling concepts, but they may have outdone themselves with the Devon House, a spectacular revolving house concept that builds on some of the designs the company has explored in the past few years.

Dubbed the D*Dynamic, this revolving house is inspired by a well-known puzzle called the haberdasher's puzzle, which is why it features a shape that makes use of four triangles that can be moved depending on prevailing weather conditions. But the most eye-catching feature of this concept is the fact that it features a top floor that can rotate to offer different views.

While this revolving house concept may look like it belongs in the future rather than the present, it's undeniable that this is an architectural idea with great merit, and one that pushes the boundaries of architectural conceptualization.