The tilting house was created by artists Alex Schweder and Ward Shelley. They both are roommates who live in this house and know how to keep things balanced properly in the house. They have created a performance installation. The sculpture is 44 feet long and 8 feet wide and is approximately 15 feet off the ground. This house consists of a bed room, living room, kitchen, bathroom and balconies on both the ends.
There is a hinge connected to the column which allows the entire house to tilt and rotate around a central point as the weight of the person or things lying in it are shifted. This house is built in an open field. It seems quite attractive and surprising that how can a complete house teeters on a single pivot point. The people in the house need to adjust and cooperate a lot to maintain the balance of the house.
The reactor house spins lazily when both roommates are in equilibrium and they both can detect each other’s movements based on the sway of a platform. The artists who created this stayed for consecutive five days in this house. This innovative creation shows how architectures have shown there progression by presenting the creativity of their mind in practical.