An impressive space-saving home, the Sharifi House in Tehran, features rotating rooms controlled by a button.
The Sharifi House by Iranian architects nextoffice, designed the building with rotated rooms, providing sunlight, extra view and space.
The project consisted of four major parts: the fixed volume of the structure, the void, fixed volume and the mobile volume, respectively. When the turning boxes are closed, the building captures sunlight throughout the space of the central void, which also connects the two fixed volumes by suspended bridges. The house adapts to the functional needs of its users.
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