72-Year-Old Man Tired of Wife's Complaints Builds Her House that Rotates 24 Hours and Can Resist Earthquake

72-Year-Old Man Tired of Wife's Complaints Builds Her House that Rotates 24 Hours and Can Resist Earthquake

  • A 72-year-old man, Vojin Kusic from Bosnia spent 6 years in designing and building a house that rotates for his wife
  • The man who is self-taught stated that the rotating house has the ability to resist natural disaster as earthquake more than the stationary houses
  • According to Kusic, his wife had complained repeatedly about the view of their stationary house as she wanted to see passers-by as well as watch a rising sun at once

A man has gone the extra mile to please his wife who always complained of their house's view by building her a rotating home.

72-year-old Vojin Kusic from Bosnia drew inspiration of the house style from Serbian-American inventors Nikola Tesla and Mihajlo Pupin.

Man spends 6 years in building wife a house that rotates after growing tired of her complains
The 72-year-old man said he was self-taught Photo Credit: Reuters
Source: UGC

The house can go one full circle in 24 hours

According to Mirror, the rotating house spins around a 7-metre axis and can go one full circle in 24 hours at its slowest speed or in 22 seconds at its fastest.

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Kusic while revealing in an interview with Reuters that the house took him 6 years to build, he explained how it has an edge over stationary houses.

He said it can resist earthquakes

The man stated that the rotating house is resistant to earthquakes unlike stationary buildings.

He said:

”...This is not an innovation, it only requires will and knowledge, and I had enough time and knowledge."

27-year-old lady tired of living with her family builds mini house that moves on wheels

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a 27-year-old tired of living with her family had built a mini house that moves on wheels.

Without any experience or knowledge of DIY, the lady named Klimek used YouTube as a source of learning as she built her own space in the Ford van. The woman has also thanked her uncle, Gary, whom she credits for all the guidance.

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Klimek said her car feels like a home now and took to Instagram to share a number of snaps as she enjoyed time in her own space. Although media reports indicate that she didn’t have issues with her family, she felt she couldn’t move into an apartment.

The 27-year-old lady from Minnesota in the United States of America bought the van in July last year and renovated it into a beautiful mini home.

Source: Legit.ng

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