Would you have stayed at this concrete golf-ball motel?

06/30/2013 | Gizmodo

William Urschel of Indiana developed his "ball-motel building system" in 1935. The system consisted of a "telescoping arm set up on a swiveling central point [that] was used to feed concrete (at any thickness desired) down through a design head." Urschel saw his invention as "the motel of the future" and said it could also be used for other purposes such as refreshment buildings, gas stations and churches.

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