I see that plans are underway to attempt to copy the Grand Rotating Towers of Homeward.
They were exciting places to live as they continuously changed shape as each floor rotated around the central axis.
Occupants of an entire floor could control the rotation by voice command, with speeds varying from an hour to three hours for each full rotation.
Also the skyscrapers were powered by the sun and wind so they were very ecological.
But I should have been more wary of their extraordinary design. It did not take Beaver Hateman long to find a fundamental flaw.
One night he and his gang sneaked into Homeward with giant wooden spikes which they rammed into the spokes of the buildings. All the inhabitants were thrown out of their beds as the buildings jarred to a halt. They have never worked properly since - and now have a kind of juddery, grating motion. Nobody wants to live in them anymore so we use them for grinding peppercorn.
You have probably seen the world famous Homeward brand - the only building-ground pepper in the world.