The 80-floor "Dynamic Tower" being built in Dubai will be the world's first rotating skyscraper with luxury apartments on spinning floors, all attached to a central column.
"This building will have endless different shapes," said Italian architect David Fisher unveiling the plans recently in New York.
The 1,378-foot building features 80 apartments that spin a full 360 degrees around a central column by means of 79 power-generating wind turbines located between each floor.
The apartments will take between one and three hours to make a complete rotation, and will range from $3.7 million to $36 million.
But you'll have to wait until 2010 to enjoy your breakfast, lunch and dinner with a different view.
And no, traffic wasn't brought to a standstill––it's just a lazy photographer who didn't supply the retoucher a series of photos taken over the course of a day.