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2013-08-08 09:34:05  来源:中国日报网站  编辑:赵洋   


  Forget the Shard, the latest plans for a skyscraper in London would not only give fantastic views of the city but these views could change every hour and a half because the building rotates.

  An Italian architect has revealed the ambitious plans to create Dynamic Towers in cities around the world with separate floors that spin 360 degrees around a concrete centre every 90 minutes.

  The first two are planned to be built in Dubai and Moscow with other cities including London, Milan, Paris, Rome, New York and Miami on the cards too.

  The brainchild behind the plans is Dr David Fisher from Florence who owns the Rotating Tower Technology Company.

  He said he was inspired to create the perpetual motion skyscrapers after soaking in the view from a friend's apartment in Manhattan.

  On his website he claims it is a new era for architecture: 'For the first time ever, buildings will be able to become part of life.

  'Buildings will have four dimensions, adding the dimension of 'time''.

  Each of the Dynamic Towers are also designed to be self-sustaining and can generate electricity from wind and solar power.

  Up to 79 wind turbines will be fitted to each floor to generate enough energy to fuel the building's electricity.

  Fisher also claims that the buildings will be able to identify changes in climate and temperature and regulate energy through the building's surface.

  The 'intelligent' building can manage the internal temperature of rooms automatically - making it cooler in the summer and warmer in the winter, for example.

  By controlling this automatically Fisher claims it can ensure 'indoor comfort while reducing energy consumption.'

  'Over the next two decades our energy infrastructure will undergo changes similar to those which rippled through the media and telecommunication industries over the past twenty years.

  'Just like the cell phone revolution of the early 1990s, when the first generation wireless telecommunications quickly saturated the analog network, so too will digitalization pervade the purchase, generation, transportation and usage of all sorts of energy.'

  Dr. Fisher's Rotating Tower project is innovative in design and architecture, but also recognizes environmental care and industrial production process as key points in the city of the future.

  The plans were released in 2008 and Fisher planned to have the first building in Dubai completed by 2010.

  However, delays in planning permission as well as structural design tweaks and problems with how the plumbing would work, for example, is said to have pushed this date back.

  Although, Dr Fisher believes each floor will only take six days to assemble around the core once permission is granted and the concrete structures are in place.

  Each of the towers have been designed with swimming pools, gardens and even lifts for cars meaning people can park outside their flats.

  The 80-storey Dubai tower is expected to cost around £355million while the 70-storey Moscow tower will be developed by the Mirax Group with final costs unknown.

  Details of the other towers have not been released and specific details about planning permission for all of the towers as well as expected start and completion dates have not yet been announced.

  Fisher previously said that he did not want to unveil too much information because he wanted it to be kept a 'surprise.'

  据英国《每日邮报》8月5日报道,意大利佛罗伦萨建筑师戴维 菲舍尔计划在世界各大城市打造360度旋转的摩天大楼,每层楼每90分钟围绕一个混凝土中心旋转360度,让人尽情领略城市美景。







  (玉洁 编辑:王辉)

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