Daily Mail: Moving home! Designers Create Incredible 'Seesaw House' That Sways in the Wind and Tilts Up and Down Depending on Where Inhabitants Stand
"ReActor is the newest work in an experimental, performative series of 'social relationship architecture' designed and built by internationally renowned architect-artist duo Alex Schweder and Ward Shelley.
The project, called ReActor, is a 42 by eight-foot rotating home that balances on a single 14-foot tall concrete column located at the outdoor sculpture park Art Omi in upstate New York.
Movements inside the dwelling, as well as outside forces like gusts of wind, cause the structure to gently tilt and rotate."