Sliding House in Suffolk UK

Houses with movable parts haven't been much there. There were some with interactive facade-elements, but not with really movable parts of the building. Today I found this on the net: The Sliding House. A relative little motor moves complete parts of the building around on a rail. Therefore you can customize your building and reflect inner moods or just get a "better picture" of the beautiful nature around you. That house is not "smart" in the sense of having interactive computers, that take control of the building (which is a good thing I think).

A structure that has the ability to vary or connect the overall building's composition and character according to season, weather or simply a desire to delight.

Feel free to browse the architecture on Eggshell Robotics to get a little more inspiration.

Tags: house, building, interactive, architecture, motor, uk
Mar_10:2009 .020200 Comments(0)

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