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.
Implications - Many of today's consumers relish in products that are reflective of the past. Traditional and classic qualities are often more sought out by consumers. Such consumers will likely invest in those products that provide them a balance of the two characteristics.
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The Explosive Rotunda House is Located in a Torpedo Testing Facility
- By: Tiana ReidJul 18, 2010 Updated: Aug 2 2011