When you see this building, called the "Wind Pavilion", you wouldn't believe such a thing can exist. You are right, it does not. The pavilion is a concept design by inventor Michael Jantzen, who offers this idea unto the world. Jantzen suggests that the building be made out of fabric, allowing the structure to slowly rotate as the wind blows, which would generate eco-electricity. If turned into apartments or offices, the residents could move it themselves, depending on whether they want an ocean-view one day and a view of the office neighbor's cubicle the next.