Saturday, 23 February, 2019
Mexico City  –  Javier Senosiain / Arquitectura Organica

 

This is one of the world’s truly amazing homes!  The Nautilus House was built for a couple with two young children who wanted to feel more at one with nature.  Senosiain practices what he describes as bioarchitecture to help clients ‘find a natural space’.

Probably best described as a blend of modern architecture and contemporary art, the house is one of many of the architect’s “organic works”.

Constructed from a durable combination of steel wire and special super-thick concrete, this home is as strong as it is strange, capable of surviving an earthquake.

Nautilus House
Nautilus House

We think it’s about as much fun as a house could ever be. What do you think?  Could you live in it?

Click on any image to start the lightbox display.  Use your Esc key to close the lightbox.  You can also view the images as a slideshow if you prefer  8-)

Go here to experience a 360 degree interior experience of this home but vertigo susceptible viewers might want to sit down first 🙂

 

If you like this style of living, be sure to check out more unusual homes!

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