The front of this São Paulo bookshop is made up of revolving bookcases.

Livraria de Vila by Isay Weinfeld Arquitecto

Livraria de Vila by Isay Weinfeld Arquitecto - Dezeen Storefront of revolving bookcases

The front of this São Paulo bookshop is made up of revolving bookcases.

Livraria de Vila by Isay Weinfeld Arquitecto

Livraria de Vila is a bookshop in São Paulo with a store-front made of revolving bookcases, designed by Brazilian studio Isay Weinfeld Arquitecto.

A wall of windows winches up and down to reveal the interior of this gallery renovation in Los Altos, California, by Seattle architect Tom Kundig.

Tom Kundig hoists California gallery facade using gears and pulleys

A wall of windows winches up and down to reveal the interior of this gallery renovation in Los Altos, California, by Seattle architect Tom Kundig.

A huge folding wall lifts up to reveal the contents of a weathered steel auditorium at this abandoned printing factory in Beijing, which Chinese studio Origin Architect converted into a theatre complex.

Origin Architect transforms Beijing factory into a theatre complex

© Xia Zhi Architects: Origin Architect Location: Dongcheng, Beijing, China Architect In Charge: Li Ji Design Team: Zhang Hui, Lian Hui, Wang Jing Year:

A building with a revolving portion so the inside comes out, part of a biennial year art installation

The room with the rotating view

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Buildings roll through the city on railway tracks in this masterplan by Swedish architects Jagnefalt Milton for Åndalsnes in Norway.

A Rolling Masterplan by Jagnefalt Milton

Nautic Sleeper Aquatic Tent - For the sea dwelling adventurer, we bring you the Nautic Sleeper by Ruben Oya. It can be seen as a tent, sun-bathing deck, or basically whatever yo.

The roof of this house in Paraguay can be lifted open like the lid of a box.

Caja Oscura by Javier Corvalán

Image 1 of 27 from gallery of Caja Obscura / Javier Corvalán + Laboratorio de Arquitectura. Photograph by Pedro Kok

Rotating rooms give Sharifi-ha House by Next Office a shape-shifting facade.

Rotating rooms give Sharifi-ha House a shape-shifting facade

Designed by Tehran studio Next Office, Sharifi-ha House in Iran. Rotating rooms give this Iranian house a shape-shifting facade.

The Sperone Westwater gallery by Foster + Partners featuring a moving exhibition space that connects the floors of the gallery.

Sperone Westwater gallery by Foster + Partners

Image 16 of 16 from gallery of 2012 RIBA Lubetkin Prize Shortlist. Sperone Westwater, Bowery, New York / Foster + Partners © Tom Powel

Wind Portal by Najla El Zein  at the V&A

Wind Portal installation at the V&A by Najla El Zein

Lebanese designer Najla El Zein has installed 5000 spinning paper windmills in a doorway at the V&A museum in London. Each of the spinning windmills in the Wind

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