Dynamic D*Haus: Futuristic house that changes its shape

On December 25, 2012, in Technology, by Mike Jefferson

We saw all sorts of amazing devices, and some of them were quite futuristic, and today we have a futuristic house that can change its shape.



Two designers from UK, David Ben Grünberg and Daniel Woolfson have developed the first house that can change its shape according to the weather season. This house is called Dynamic D*Haus, and according to the designers, it can transform into eight different shapes. The design of this futuristic house was inspired by Henry Dudeney’s mathematical formula, called the Haberdasher’s Puzzle, that is comprised of four equilateral triangles that form a square. Dynamic D*Haus was designed to sustain the harsh weather conditions in Lapland, but with its futuristic design, it should be perfect for any location.

Dynamic D*Haus is one of a kind house, and currently, it’s available for display at London’s Anise Gallery. Who knows, someday in the future, Dynamic D*Haus might become an everyday sight.

[via Dvice]

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