Some innovative architects are giving homeowners the opportunity to build their houses on steel platforms that rotate. The 360-degree turns allow inhabitants to view different perspectives and gain easier accessibility to the areas around their homes. The Everingham Rotating House in New South Wales, Australia, was built in 2006 by its electrician owner Luke Everingham. He says, "You can't really tell if the house is turning unless you focus on an outside object that is stationary.” Unfortunately, building a moving property comes with a price tag of about $2.43 million, but New Mexico–based artist Michael Jantzen sees it as possibility for the future. Read the full article at CNN.