The genius minds of artist Ward Shelley and architect Alex Schweder built a rather unusual house that they designed together. It’s in New York State, on a hill in the park of the OMI International Arts Center. The ReActor is truly an architectural feat because the building simply sits on a wide concrete column.
The house that is built as a rectangular block is in constant reaction to the movements of the blowing wind as well as its inhabitants. The structure can not only swing from top to bottom but also rotate 360 degrees on the central cylinder.
This house sure does look trippy, don’t you think?
Image Source: Richard Barnes & Dora Somosi
A walk in the house would make your world go topsy-turvy. How long do you thing you could live or be in a house just like this one?