The Dynamic D*Haus House
Designers David Ben Grünberg and Daniel Woolfson developed a house concept for an experiment for th...
Designers David Ben Grünberg and Daniel Woolfson developed a house concept for an experiment for the UK based company 'D*Haus'. Based on the invention of English mathematician Henry Ernest Dudeney in 1908, house is basically a perfect square which can be turned into a perfect equilateral triangle by dissecting the square in to 4 distinct shapes, these shapes can be rearranged into the triangle. The flexibility of the D*Haus allows adaptation from winter to summer, and day to night by literally moving inside itself. The thick heavy external walls unfold into internal walls allowing glass internal walls to become facades. Doors become windows and vice versa. Its a sustainable, luxury and flexible architectural invention based on the mathematical figures.