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LIFE BY LEXUS 10


DRIVING DIFFERENTLY


If comfort, luxury and technological advancement are what you want in a vehicle, look no further than the Lexus LS 460. Combining the finest in Japanese innovation, quality and reliability with an added touch of finesse, the LS 460 is guaranteed to be an exhilarating driving experience. With a V8 engine and eight-speed transmission, this vehicle is an ultra-smooth,


powerful, yet fuel-efficient drive. The interior personifies delicate elegance and superior craftsmanship. Thick, supple leather seats, real wood or bamboo inlays and a superior audio system promise an enjoyable journey. The vehicle includes a 19-speaker Mark Levinson reference sound system, blind


spot monitor, climate concierge, 12,3” multimedia display and award-winning Lexus Nano technology that helps purify the air in-cabin.


TURNING DESIGN ON ITS HEAD


Imagine living in a home that can change shape, rotate or adapt to the time of day. A wave of innovative architects are revolutionising the structure of traditional homes by utilising steel platforms that do all of this. In New South Wales, Australia, the Everingham Rotating House is a unique 540m2


property that can turn 360º, thanks to the 24m-diameter


steel platform on which it sits. The plate can turn in both directions at a speed of 160 metres per hour. A rotating home sold for some R25 million in Helderberg, Cape Town, in 2016. Architect Raymond Alexander designed the 625m2 residence


with a second floor that can rotate fully. The revolving section includes two bedrooms and a bathroom linking to both, as well as a living room, dining room, family room, study, guest cloakroom and kitchen.


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