Dubai: The city of Dynamic Building

Da Vinci Tower locates in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, is a 420-metre (1,378 ft.) with 80 floors multistory building designed by architect David Fisher.

The tower is well-known for its dynamic building for reasons that each floor can be rotated independently at 6 meters per minute and one full rotation in just 90 minutes. Ninety percent of the tower were built in a factory and shipped to the construction site. Only the core was built at the construction site. It took 22 months to finish this building as the vast majority of workers were in factories except the preinstalled parts like kitchen, bathrooms, fixtures were built at the site. Wind turbines and solar panels were used to power entire building. The turbines could generate 1,200,000 kilowatt-hours of energy.

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