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Daily Delight: Rooms that rotate

Daily Delight: Rooms that rotate

by Jay Garcia 0 comments

Imagine a home that could pivot up to 90 degrees to create more space and suit the occupants’ mood or the weather.

An Iranian architectural firm has built a four-storey home with motorised rooms that can rotate with the push of a button (see below).

Like most of the plots in the area, the one where the Sharifi-ha House stands is narrow and long, which allowed for the treatment of the façade as a three-dimensional element.

The concept for the Sharifi-ha House was inspired by old Iranian mansions that were traditionally built with both summer and winter living rooms.

(Images: Arch Daily/nextoffice)

Daily Delight: Rooms that rotate
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