Thursday, July 01, 2010

The Rotating House

Okay, this is too cool. But in Florida, I think we'd want our houses to keep their back to the sun--i.e., to keep the sun out of the room when we're using them. But what a cool idea! Can you imagine a subdivision of rotating homes?



Mocha with Linda said...

That is amazing. I guess they don't have any trouble with the ground shifting down there!

Anonymous said...

Jaw-dropping creativity. I love to see people thinking outside the typical limits, and particularly enjoy the carousel effect of the lit-up house against the night sky.

Thanks, Angie, for always sharing such fun and informative sites. Now--when will a rotating house turn up in one of your books? Hmmm, maybe my engineer...

Mary Kay

Anonymous said...

I suppose this is the same principle as the rotating levels on the top of buildings where you will find a restaurant or lounge. Reminds me of a time when we overheard a couple imbibing colorful drinks with umbrellas in them. She said, "Harry, I think we're moving." He said,"Naw, it's only the scenery." Clyde