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    Revolutionary Architect Designs first 4 dimensional Rotating Skyscraper in Dubai

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    The Dynamic Tower in Dubai is the first Building in Motion to be constructed in the world, and it will herald a new era of architecture and become a symbol of Dubai, the city of the future.

    The developer is Rotating Tower Dubai Development Limited of Dynamic Group.

    Created by revolutionary architect Dr. David Fisher, the mixed use of Dynamic Tower offers infinite design possibilities, as each floor rotates independently at different speeds, resulting in a unique and ever evolving structure that introduces a fourth dimension to architecture, Time.

    The Dynamic Tower in Dubai will have 80 floors, and will be 420 metres (1,380 feet) tall, Apartments will range in size from 124 square metres (1,330 square feet), to 1,200 square metres (12,900 square feet) complete with a parking space inside the apartment.

    The first 20 floors will be offices, floors 21 to 35 will be a luxury hotel, floor 36 through 70 will be residential apartments, and the top 10 floors will be luxury villas situated in a prime location in Dubai, it is destined to become the most prestigious building in the city.

    The Dynamic Tower in Dubai will be the first skyscraper to be entirely constructed in a factory from prefabricated parts, it will require only 600 people in the assembly facility and 80 technicians on the construction site instead of 2,000 workers on a similar size traditional construction site, Construction is scheduled to be completed by 2010.

    His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum ruler of Dubai and Vice President of the United Arab Emirates, is considered by many to be a true visionary of the future, Dr. Fisher's deams for the Dynamic Tower in Dubai were inspired by His Highness who said, "Do not wait for the future to come to you... face the future." 

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