Dezeen's James Brillon takes a look at a unique rotating and tilting "house", built by two artists in the Hudson Valley of upstate New York.
The ReActor sits atop a concrete column, which is raised 15 feet off the ground. A hinge connected to column allows it to spin and rotate around a central point of weight as the artists shift and move around the space. The duo inhabited the transparent space for five days, in full view of the public.
"The structure rotates in response to its inhabitants' movements, exterior forces, and interior conditions, making visible the intimate relationship between architecture and its inhabitants," said the artists.