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September 30, 2020


David Fisher, founder of Dynamic Architecture Group, designed the 80-storey skyscraper, extending 420m above ground, such that each floor can rotate 360 degrees in both directions while being held firmly to a concrete core.

(Thanks to Le Petomane, who says "You could drink beer at home and enjoy the same sensation.")


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Somehow I envision this thing tying itself up in a knot.

I hear Rubik is invested in this company.

So basically an eighty story, 3D-merry-go-round/twister ride?

"Auntie Em, where's Toto? It's a twister! It's a twister"
--------Johnny in Airplane

I'd have a hard time enjoying the views since I'd be laying in the floor screaming for it to stop.

For more information, contact the lessor at:

1 Jenga Place
Dubai, UAE

I'm waiting for the Rubik's Cube Tower.

How do they install and hook up the plumbing and wiring?

If I were in that tower swimming pool area, I would just have to point to the sky and yell, "Is that a meteor!"

What comes around, goes around?

I bet there's a control room in the basement that has a dial marked: "WASH-SPIN-RINSE-REPEAT" etc.

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