Taking the saying, ‘Your wish, my command’ to another level, a Bosnian self-taught innovator has built a rotating house for his better half who had wanted an expanded view from their family house.
Tired of the frequent refurbishing of the house Vojin Kusic, 72, decided to build a rotating house for his wife to have any view that she fancies.
The house situated in northern Bosnia twirls around a 7-meter axis planned by Kusic, with the perspective on cornfields and farmland changing to forests and rivers at the desired speed.
At the highest speed, the house can make a round trip in 22 seconds, and at the slowest speed, it will take 24 hours to complete a round trip.
Kusic is highly inspired by Serbian-American inventors Nikola Tesla and Mihajlo Pupin. He believes that coming from a poor family it was difficult for him to have things from the market, and it forced him to find his own way.
The rotating house took six years to be built by Kusic. Except for the downtime for an emergency hospital stay because of a heart condition. Reportedly, Kusic said that the house is more resistant to earthquakes than the usual houses.
Kusic asked his doctors to try to prolong his life for at least a year as he wanted to complete the project and nobody will know how to complete it.
His significant other didn’t wish to remark on the new house. Bosnian Man Builds Rotating House For His Wife